The one-two music-festival punch of downtown’s Life Is Stunning and the Strip’s iHeartRadio brought in a galaxy of varied stars to Las Vegas this previous weekend, and not all the action was onstage. TV host Ryan Seacrest took a timeout for lunch at the Cosmopolitan’s Estiatorio Milos Friday while iHeart headliner Justin Timberlake took in “Absinthe” at Caesars Palace Sunday night. The downtown fest was checked out by Olympic gold medalist Shaun White Saturday as the snow- and skateboarder struck the Black Tap Craft Burgers & & Beer pop-up with girlfriend and Phantogram vocalist Sarah Barthel; “Jersey Coast” star Ronnie Ortiz-Magro and his sweetheart Jen Harley were identified there also. Star Jeremy Renner partied with Dutch DJ Sam Feldt Saturday night at Marquee Bar after Feldt’s performance at LIB, while rapper Travis Scott went to Tao to buzz up the club crowd after his second-day LIB set.
Jennifer Lopez’s Saturday night efficiency of “All I Have” was reported to have set a new record as the single greatest grossing night at the Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood. A group of J.Lo’s Hollywood superfriends existed to see the show and celebrate, consisting of starlets Jessica Alba and Sofia Vergara and pop stars Selena Gomez, Dua Lipa and Becky G. Of course, sweetheart Alex Rodriguez was there too. “All I Have” concludes its work on the Strip this weekend with Lopez’s last programs on September 28 and 29.
Kicking off the music-packed weekend on Thursday was rapper Iggy Azalea, who performed a personal performance at the Sayers Club at SLS Las Vegas. The exclusive VIP show was for listeners of Los Angeles’ iconic Power 106 FM who had won a journey to Vegas to see Azalea carry out all her hits in addition to new songs from her “Survive the Summer Season” EP.
” Magic Mike Live” is broadening beyond its Las Vegas home at the Hard Rock Hotel with a brand-new program in London and the recently selected cast of “Magic Mike Live London” paid Vegas a see to see how it’s done. The across-the-pond team struck the Acid rock Friday night to consult with the Vegas cast after the program for photos and to share sizzling phase pointers.
A group of local artists and hospitality workers who are likewise survivors of the Route 91 shooting on Oct. 1 have developed a new country music celebration experience and are planning to provide its very first performance on Oct. 27 at the Henderson Structure. Its name is Country58, in honor of the victims lost, and a part of the proceeds from the event will go to the National Compassion Fund and the Kid of the 58 Structure. Among the scheduled entertainers are the Rhyolite Noise, Sam Riddle, Justin Carder and Alyssa Oeder and tickets begin at $35. To find out more, go to < a href="
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