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Best Bets: Paul Anka, So You Think You Can Dance, the Emerge benefit show and more for your Las Vegas weekend


Local soul vocalist Sabriel takes part in the Emerge benefit program at Brooklyn Bowl.

Friday, Nov. 17, 2017|2 a.m.

. The Sun brought you some rich conversations this week with 2 of the super stars playing the Strip this weekend– Harry Connick Jr. and Joe Walsh– but those guys are simply a sample of what’s showing up in Las Vegas in the next few days.

PAUL ANKA The legendary entertainer– and the only artist with a song in Signboard’s Hot 100 in seven successive decades– is back at the Smith Center’s Reynolds Hall. He just recently told the South Bend Tribune that his earlier days in Vegas contributed to his development as a songwriter: “I started with Sophie Tucker at the Sahara Hotel in 1959. Then I was there with the Rat Load at the Sands (Hotel) in 1960. All of that gave me a various gravitas. Then composing things like ‘The Tonight Show’ style and (the theme for the1962 movie) ‘The Longest Day.’ The word was out that I had the legs to last if I worked at my craft.” Nov. 17, details at < a href=" https://www.thesmithcenter.com/event/an-evening-with-paul-anka-2/" target=" _blank

” > thesmithcenter.com. SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE The current live tour version of the popular talent competitors show brings the leading 10 finalists from the 14th season to the Pearl at the Palms Friday night. Special visitors include all-stars Jasmine Harper, who’s worked with BeyoncĂ© and Taylor Swift, and Marko Germar, who’s seen stage time with Jennifer Lopez. Nov. 17, information at < a href="

http://www.palms.com/pearl-theater.html” target=” _ blank” > palms.com. DAVID SPADE & RAY ROMANO Of all the various checking out standups who move through the Terry Fator Theatre as part of the Mirage’s Aces of Funny series, the one-two punch of preferred TELEVISION funnymen Spade and Romano presents a special show experience. Get a double dose of laughs (and great deals of sarcasm) Friday and Saturday. Nov. 17-18, details at < a href="

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” > mirage.com. Related material EMERGE BENEFIT The first-year Emerge Effect + Music Conference was rescheduled from November to April, however the organizers are bringing a group of their up-and-coming artists– White Reaper, Mondo Cozmo and Grandson along with Las Vegas’ own Mike Xavier, B. Rose and Sabriel– to Brooklyn Bowl for a one-night mini-fest with profits going to the Las Vegas Victims Fund. November 18, info at < a href=" https://www.brooklynbowl.com/event/1585888-white-reaper-mondo-cozmo-las-vegas/" target=

_ blank “> brooklynbowl.com. BRUNCH TO BROADWAY Tony Award-nominated Las Vegas residents Robert Torti and DeLee Lively-Torti have dealt with a lot of stage and screen productions to count. They’re bringing their several years of experience to the Rocks Lounge at Red Rock Resort for a Sunday matinee production packed with the most cherished Broadway songs carried out by Eric Jordan Young, Brandon Nix, Ashley Fuller and others backed by a five-piece band directed by Angela Chan. Nov. 19, details at stationcasinoslive.com.

Best Bets: Adam Sandler, Cher, Peter Cetera and more for your Las Vegas weekend


Courtesy Adam Sandler plays the first of 3 scheduled shows at the Chelsea on November 10.

Friday, Nov. 10, 2017|2 a.m.

Take a look at the Park on the Strip and you’ll see the Golden Knights and Cher are back in the area this weekend, but so are some familiar entertainers who don’t go to Las Vegas as frequently. Take your pick and delight in from these entertainment offerings.

VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS VS. WINNIPEG JETS After a winning start and rough first road trip, the Golden Knights are back at T-Mobile Arena Friday night hosting Winnipeg and hosting Military Appreciation/Remembrance Day. Current and previous military members will be honored throughout the night, fans will receive a military coin and program poster, the group will wear specialty camouflage jerseys throughout warmups and raffle profits will benefit Metro Authorities and military support initiatives. November 10, information at

vegasgoldenknights.com. ADAM SANDLER If this major film star and precious silly standup comedian was doing just one unusual program in Las Vegas, it would be a big deal. But this is the start of Sandler’s funny residency at the Chelsea at the Cosmopolitan, with future reveals booked for November 17 and January 27 with a good chance of more to come in 2018. There’s an even much better chance he’ll play “The Thanksgiving Song” and “The Hannukah Song” to get you in the vacation mood. November 10, information at < a href=" https://www.cosmopolitanlasvegas.com/the-chelsea/adam-sandler/" target=

” _ blank “> cosmopolitanlasvegas.com. CLASSIC CHER Of the most recent wave of resident headliner productions on the Strip, it’s the show with the most recognized star that packs in the most production. As she runs through many hits from different ages, Cher dances with gladiators, duets with Sonny, rides an elephant and more. When she’s off-stage for an outfit modification, aerialists overlook Park Theater and massive video screens keep the crowd cheering and dancing. November 10-11, information at < a href="

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” > montecarlo.com. Associated content PETER CETERA Mentioning Cher’s show: What are the odds that Grammy-winning vocalist and songwriter Peter Cetera– known simply as much for his solo strikes as for his career with Chicago– pops into Park Theater Saturday night to duet on their 1988 hit “After All” before his show at the Tropicana Theater? It’s simply down the street, after all. November 11, information at < a href="

http://www.troplv.com/entertainment/events-schedule/peter-cetera” target=” _ blank” > troplv.com. CHRISTOPHER CROSS Did you know? Christopher Cross, who in 1981 won three Grammys for “Cruising” and an Oscar for Best Original Song from a motion picture for “Arthur’s Style,” is initially from San Antonio, Texas. Looks like his adult contemporary pop– or “yacht rock,” as it’s understood on the Sirius XM Radio channel that plays those 2 songs constantly– would have originated from anywhere else. Catch Cross at the Silverton’s Veil Pavilion Saturday. November 11, info at silvertoncasino.com.

Best Bets: Tony Bennett, PBR, the Vegas Cares benefit and more for your Las Vegas weekend


David Becker/Getty Images Tony Bennett throughout his November 1 program at Encore Theater.

Friday, Nov. 3, 2017|2 a.m.

. Among the most precious singers of all time is back on the Strip this weekend, but so are the Professional Bull Riders World Finals, a crazy comedian and an all-star benefit concert. Take your pick from these programs and more.

TONY BENNETT: The Very Best IS YET TO COME Thinking about the name of his brand-new program at Repetition Theater, and the fact that he opened his first set there Wednesday night with “View Exactly What Takes place,” it’s safe to say that the 91-year-old home entertainment icon isn’t anywhere near completed bewitching audiences all over the world. His Wynn engagement continues Friday and Saturday, and wraps up with shows on Nov. 8, 10 and 11. Nov. 3-4, info at < a href=" http://www.wynnlasvegas.com/Entertainment/TonyBennett" target="

_ blank” > wynnlasvegas.com. BRET MICHAELS The reality TELEVISION star and previous frontman of hair-metal legends Poison has discovered a strong country-rock audience recently, makings him the best act to play the Joint at the Acid Rock Hotel throughout PBR World Finals Week in Las Vegas. Nov. 3, information at < a href=" https://hardrockhotel.com/las-vegas-entertainment/joint-bret-michaels.php" target="_

blank” > hardrockhotel.com. PBR WORLD FINALS Speaking of the action-packed bullriding extravaganza, World Finals week reaches a musical conclusion on Saturday night when tough rockers Warrant performs a complimentary program at Toshiba Plaza at 5 p.m. and PBR Music’s signature artist Ryan Weaver, a previous Black Hawk helicopter pilot, makes his main Las Vegas launching at T-Mobile Arena at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 4, details at < a href=" http://www.pbrfinalsweek.com/schedule/music/" target="

_ blank” > pbrfinalsweek.com. Related material THE TOM GREEN SHOW The comic and TELEVISION prankster’s brand-new Vegas program just opened at the Back Space at Bally’s, a mishmash of standup funny, video, music and special visitors. Be prepared for this Green’s notoriously goofy, anything-goes approach. Nov. 5 (and continuing Sunday-Wednesday through Dec. 13), details at < a href="

https://www.caesars.com/ballys-las-vegas/shows/the-tom-green-show” target=” _ blank “> caesars.com. VEGAS CARES Ken Henderson, CEO of Best Agency, and local performers Frankie Scinta, Murray Sawchuck and Clint Holmes signed up with forces to put together this occasion honoring the victims and very first responders of the Oct. 1 shooting featuring a big cast of Vegas favorites including Blue Man Group, Brad Garrett, Criss Angel, David Copperfield, Gordie Brown, Lance Burton, Mike Tyson, Penn & & Teller, Rich Little and more recent additions to the lineup, singer Jewel and dancers from the traditional production show “Jubilee!” Profits from the Sunday afternoon program at the Venetian Theater will go to a commissioned memorial art piece by Tim Bavington. Nov. 5, info at venetian.com.

Best Bets: The Temptations, ‘The King and I,’ John Carpenter and more for your Las Vegas weekend


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You might be prepping for Halloween but there’s a lot of non-spooky home entertainment alternatives around town this weekend. Benefit from the Nevada Day holiday and delight in the best of regional music, comedy, theater and more.

STEVEN WRIGHT The really meaning of deadpan, comic and actor Steven Wright has actually never ever deviated from his unique delivery, whether he’s doing stand-up, appearing in movies or TELEVISION shows or composing. And did you understand he owns an Oscar? He won it in 1988 for his short film “The Consultations of Dennis Jennings.” Wright goes back to the Treasure Island phase on Friday. Oct. 27, information at < a href=" http://www.treasureisland.com/shows/event-headliners#steven-wright/" target=

_ blank” > treasureisland.com. TREY ANASTASIO BAND Halloween weekend in Las Vegas generally equates into a jam band invasion and this year is no various as the Phish guitarist and composer brings his group to Brooklyn Bowl at the Linq Promenade for two nights of music. Oct. 27-28, info at < a href=" http://www.brooklynbowl.com/event/1543374-trey-anastasio-band-day-1-las-vegas/" target=

_ blank” > brooklynbowl.com. THE KING AND I The Lincoln Center Theater production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s traditional musical exploring the relationship in between the King of Siam and a British schoolteacher won the Tony Award in 2015 for Finest Musical Revival. The production concludes its perform at Reynolds Hall this weekend with 2 p.m. matinees and 7:30 p.m. reveals Friday through Sunday. Oct. 27-29, information at < a href=" https://www.thesmithcenter.com/event/thekingandi/" target=" _blank

” > thesmithcenter.com.

Related material THE TEMPTATIONS It isn’t really just your creativity. The intimate 850-seat Orleans Display room is playing host to 2 concerts from among the most precious and famous Motown groups to ever require to the stage and studio. Initial member Otis Williams, 75, leads the Temptations back to Las Vegas this weekend. Oct. 28-29, info at < a href=" https://www.orleanscasino.com/entertain/orleans-showroom" target=" _ blank

” > orleanscasino.com. JOHN CARPENTER You do not have to be a film geek to understand that renowned scary and sci-fi director John Carpenter (” Halloween,” “Escape From New York,” “The Thing”) has likewise composed a great deal of the music for his unforgettable movies. His anthology tour rolls into the Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel Sunday night, perfect timing to obtain you in the state of mind for the creepiest day of the year. Oct. 29, info at hardrockhotel.com.

Best Options: 9 Inch Nails, Stephen Stills & & Judy Collins and more for your Las Vegas weekend



contact) Friday, Oct. 20, 2017|2 a.m. From commercial rock to folk hits and funk jams to pop ballads, there’s lots of music on tap for the next couple of days … and dancers in light fits, too. Explore your weekend entertainment choices right here.

NINE INCH NAILS Just in time for Halloween, NIN frontman Trent Reznor and his regular partner Atticus Ross recently released a weird cover of the style from John Carpenter’s renowned 1978 horror pic “Halloween.” Carpenter’s unconventional trip lands at the Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel next weekend on Oct. 29, but Reznor and company play the exact same place Friday night, still going strong after kickstarting the Nine Inch Nails live program for celebration season. Oct. 20, details at < a href=" https://hardrockhotel.com/las-vegas-entertainment/joint-nin.php" target="_

blank” > hardrockhotel.com. STEPHEN STILLS & JUDY COLLINS Simply shy of 50 years because the release of “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes,” ’60s and ’70s folk-rock icons Stephen Stills (who wrote that collection of short songs from Crosby, Stills & & Nash’s launching album) and Judy Collins have embarked on their very first trip onstage together in conjunction with their collective album “Everybody Understands.” Their Saturday stop at the Smith Center’s Reynolds Hall assures to go down as one of our performing arts center’s most famous shows. Oct. 21, info at < a href=" https://www.thesmithcenter.com/event/stephen-stills-judy-collins/" target=" _blank

” > thesmithcenter.com. TRADITIONAL CELEBRATION JAM What time is it? Time to celebration at the Orleans Arena Saturday night when the always-funky Morris Day & & The Time blaze a trail through a multi-era, multi-genre dance fest. Traditional hip-hop, R&B and pop will be well represented with Club Nouveau, Midnight Star, Jalil and Exstasy of Whodini, Cash B and Young Hump of Digital Underground, the Sugar Hill Gang, the Furious 5 featuring Melle Mel and Scorpio, the Dazz Band and JJ Fad. Oct. 21, information at < a href=" http://www.orleansarena.com/events" target=" _

blank” > orleansarena.com. Related content TEGAN AND SARA The Canadian twin sis have actually sold more than 1 million records, won three Juno Awards and notched a Grammy election in their storied indie-pop profession, and their recent albums “Sweetheart” and “Love You to Death” have used their biggest hits. However Tegan and Sara are taking it back to 2007 with this program at the Pearl, playing advancement record “The Con” to celebrate its 10th birthday. Oct. 21, information at palms.com. ILUMINATE” America’s Got Skill” judge Howie Mandel called iLuminate “one of the best acts you can perhaps see live,” and Sunday night is your chance when the highly magical dance team turns out the lights and shines at the Reynolds Center. The program incorporates dancers of all genres, from ballet and jazz to hip hop and B-boying, amazed by glow-in-the-dark fits managed by wireless lighting systems choreographed to the music and dance. Oct. 22, details at thesmithcenter.com.

Best Bets: Ringo Starr, Billy Idol, George Clinton and more for your Las Vegas weekend


Edison Graff Time is running out to catch Billy Ido’s Home of Blues Las Vegas residency.

Friday, Oct. 13, 2017|2 a.m.

. Some of the most significant names in music are all doing Vegas this weekend: headliners Britney Spears, Elton John and Diana Ross are back on the Strip, and Saturday night sees Janet Jackson performing at Mandalay Bay Occasions Center and Bob Dylan returning to the Chelsea at the Cosmopolitan. And there’s a lot more music to be found around town in the coming days. Just continue reading to discover your preferred noises.

WILSON PHILLIPS Daughters of pop royalty Carnie and Wendy Wilson (their dad is the Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson) and Chynna Phillips (her moms and dads and John and Michelle Phillips of the Mamas & & the Papas) are pop stars in their own right, thanks to their 10-million-sold debut album in 1990. The trio brings “Hang on,” “Release Me” and “Impulsive” to the Henderson Pavilion’s huge anniversary season for a Friday night show. Oct. 13, information at < a href=" http://cityofhenderson.com/henderson-happenings/events/concerts/wilson-phillips" target="

_ blank “> hendersonpavilion.com. BILLY IDOL PERMANENTLY From “Rebel Yell” to “White Wedding” to “Dancing With Myself,” Billy Idol has actually taken audiences through all the hits and after that some in his two-year residency at your home of Blues at Mandalay Bay. Now, there are only five programs left: Friday and Saturday, plus October 18, 20 and 21. You might regret it if you miss your Vegas opportunity to capture the ’80s icon, still sneering after all these years. Oct. 13-14, information at < a href=" http://www.houseofblues.com/lasvegas/billyidol" target=

_ blank “> houseofblues.com. RINGO STARR & HIS ALL-STARR BAND If seeing the friendliest Beatle isn’t really enough, think about the existing lineup of the All-Starr Band that’s taking the stage at the Planet Hollywood Display room for this special minimal engagement. There’s multi-instrumentalist and producer Todd Rundgren, guitarist and songwriter Steve Lukather, and famous Santana and Journey keyboardist Greg Rolie, to name a few. This performance series promises to be a rollicking and unforgettable experience. Oct. 13-14 (and continuing Tuesday, Friday and Saturday through Oct. 28), info at < a href="

https://www.caesars.com/planet-hollywood/shows/ringo-starr0#.Wd_K4xNSzBI" target =" _ blank

” > caesars.com. Associated material OMAR SOSA Seven-time Grammy-nominated author and pianist Omar Sosa brings his Quarteto AfroCubano clothing and a wide selection of jazz, world, music, hip-hop and electronic influences to his Latin jazz noise to Myron’s Cabaret Jazz at the Smith Center for a powerful weekend set. Oct. 13-14, info at < a href=" http://www.thesmithcenter.com/event/omar-sosa/" target=" _blank

” > thesmithcenter.com. GEORGE CLINTON He’s in James Brown area when it comes to being an innovator of funk and soul. Parliament-Funkadelic bandleader, songwriter and record producer George Clinton is simply among the most prominent musicians of his generation, and he’s still going strong at age 76. The mothership lands at Silverton’s Veil Structure Saturday night. October 14, details at silvertoncasino.com.

Best Bets: Rascal Flatts, Kings of Leon, Lakers vs. Kings and more for your Las Vegas weekend


Jordan Strauss/ Invision/ AP Rascal Flatts gets to the 51st yearly Academy of C and w Awards on Sunday, April 3, 2016, at MGM Grand Garden Arena.

Before their Tuesday night program at the Flamingo, Donny and Marie Osmond left onstage to greet the crowd, announce they would be contributing the earnings of that night’s program to the victims of Sunday’s shooting at the Path 91 music celebration, and actually just do exactly what Vegas does– keep on being Vegas.

” A theater is a place where people pertain to dream in public,” Donny stated. “And we as performers are in charge of that dream. So we hope, for the next 90 minutes or so, that Marie and I and our entire cast can take you to a place where there are no problems. That’s exactly what reveal company is everything about. That’s why we’re here.”

Check out these stellar entertainment choices in Las Vegas this weekend, evidence that the show goes on.

KINGS OF LEON The Nashville-rooted arena rockers’ trip behind October’s album “Walls” has been so effective, the band added a totally brand-new fall leg, including Friday night’s show at the Joint at the Acid rock Hotel. Just the other day, Kings of Leon announced net earnings from the show will be directed to support Las Vegas nonprofits aiding with immediate and long-lasting needs of the Route 91 Harvest celebration shooting victims via the Music City Cares Fund. October 6, details at < a href=" https://hardrockhotel.com/las-vegas-entertainment/joint-kings-of-leon.php" target="_

blank” > hardrockhotel.com. RASCAL FLATTS: NIGHT TO SHINE Absolutely nothing will stop the hitmaking nation trip from releasing their residency at the Venetian Theatre, inning accordance with the band’s declaration this week on social networks: “Our hearts remain in Vegas, and we will perform our programs there in honor of the victims. Our hope is to bring some light to such a dark time and use any sort of recovery we can through music … We are all in this together.” October 6-7 (and continuing through October 21), info at < a href="

https://www.venetian.com/entertainment/rascal-flatts.html” target=” _ blank” > venetian.com. THE AMAZING JOHNATHAN The profane comic-magician and longtime Vegas headliner made a surprising return to the stage earlier this year after retiring due to a degenerative heart problem. Friday and Saturday at the Red Rock Resort’s Rocks Lounge mark his first regional shows in years, and he’s not planning more at this time, so go out to Summerlin. October 6-7, information at stationcasinoslive.com.

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JOHN BELUSHI & & THE BOARD OF FUNNY You’ve understood him as a sitcom anchor in “Inning accordance with Jim,” a movie star in “Mr. Fate,” as well as a Blues Bro in a musical capability. However John Belushi cut his teeth with Chicago’s famous Second City improv group, and he’s bringing his own veteran performers to the Laugh Factory at the Tropicana for an interactive funny incredible. October 6-8, information at troplv.com. MAXWELL The last time this smooth, stylish R&B vocalist played Vegas, he was coordinating with Mary J. Blige. This time he takes control of at the Chelsea at the Cosmopolitan for a soulful show with support from all-star singer, songwriter and manufacturer Raphael Saadiq. October 7, information at cosmopolitanlasvegas.com. LA LAKERS VS SACRAMENTO KINGS The annual NBA-in-Vegas preseason clash in between two California groups with strong followings in Sin City lands at T-Mobile Arena Sunday at 6 p.m. Consider it a professional sports teaser prior to our hockey team the Vegas Golden Knights takes over T-Mobile for its inaugural season. October 8, details at t-mobilearena.


Best options: Il Divo, John Fogerty, Daniel Tosh and more for your Las Vegas weekend


The Venetian Las Vegas Il Divo made its launching at the Venetian today.

Friday, Sept. 22, 2017|2 a.m.

Invest a long time on the Strip this weekend and you’ll see it’s definitely packed with the biggest stars in music. That’s mostly due to the fact that the iHeartRadio festival is back in the area however it’s not the only mega-concert or entertainment taking place in town for the next couple of days.

JOHN FOGERTY The ageless powerhouse is cranking out all his hits from his various eras–” Proud Mary” and “Fortunate Boy” included– in another run at Wynn’s Repetition Theater. This one continues through Oct. 7, and Fogerty will return in January. Sept. 22-23, info at < a href=" http://www.wynnlasvegas.com/Entertainment/JohnFogerty" target="

_ blank” > wynnlasvegas.com. IL DIVO: THIS IS YOUR NIGHT The quartet of Urs Buhler of Switzerland, Sebastien Izambard of France, David Miller of the United States, and Carlos Marin of Spain have sold more than 30 million albums around the world and notched more than 50 number one records in 33 various countries. Il Divo has been carrying out together given that 2003 for everyone from presidents to queens, and the group has actually sung with Barbra Streisand, Celine Dion and more. The brand-new “This Is Your Night” residency at the Venetian Theatre opened Wednesday and continues through Sept. 30. Sept. 22-23, info at < a href="

https://www.venetian.com/entertainment/il-divo.html” target=” _ blank” > venetian.com. IHEARTRADIO MUSIC CELEBRATION The seventh-annual iHeartRadio Music Celebration brings superstars like Coldplay, Miley Cyrus, Kings of Leon, The Weeknd, Lorde, Pink, Chris Stapleton, Harry Styles and David Guetta to T-Mobile Arena, while the iHeart Daytime Town provides efficiencies from rising stars Migos, Halsey, French Montana, Niall Horan, Khalid, Julia Michaels and more to the Las Vegas Village across the Strip from the Luxor. Sept. 22-23, info at < a href="

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” > iheart.com. Associated content DANIEL TOSH A current report says Mirage Aces of Comedy pillar Daniel Tosh is the highest paid comic in the video game right now, thanks to a couple million a year for his well-known Funny Central show “Tosh.0.” Capture his latest observations on life inside the Terry Fator Theater this weekend. Sept. 22-23, details at < a href="

https://www.mirage.com/en/entertainment/daniel-tosh.html” target =” _ blank” > mirage.com. GLOBAL MIXED GENDER BASKETBALL First, Ice’s upstart three-on-three basketball league brought former NBA stars to the Strip at MGM Grand, then novices required to the court for the second-annual Hoopfest at Toshiba Plaza. Now Cox Structure is the spot for the unconventional exhibit gave Vegas by music mogul Master P, whose new International Blended Gender Basketball league game will include Hall of Famers Dominique Wilkins and Lisa Leslie, NBA names like Metta World Peace and Glen Davis, and previous UNLV standouts Dylan and Dakota Gonzalez. Sept. 23, information at unlvtickets.com.

Las Vegas guy, 59, eliminated in weekend motorbike crash

Monday, Sept. 18, 2017|3 p.m.

. A 59-year-old guy was killed Saturday in a bike crash on State Path 160 west of Las Vegas, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.

William Hoach of Las Vegas was riding west about 1:15 p.m. when he lost control in a curve and struck a guardrail, the patrol stated. Hoach, who was ejected from the motorcycle, was pronounced dead on the scene, the patrol said.

Best Bets: Santana, the Beach Boys, Mike Tyson and more for your Las Vegas weekend


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at Red Rock Resort in Summerlin. Then on Sunday, you can watch the Emmys to see if he wins another award for his role on” Baskets. “Sept. 15-16, information at stationcasinoslive.com. MIKE TYSON UNDISPUTED FACT ROUND 2 Iron Mike has tweaked his frequently funny , in some cases outrageous storytelling

show “Undisputed Truth “with a whole new collection of tales from his wild life outside the boxing ring. He’s carried out at arena-sized venues however is a lot more comfy on stage in the intimate boundaries of Brad Garrett’s Funny Club at MGM Grand, which also provides the audience a better look behind the scenes of Tyson’s life. Sept. 15-17 (and continuing on various dates through Nov. 20), info at mgmgrand.com. Associated material AN INTIMATE

EVENING WITH SANTANA: GREATEST HITS LIVE The best word I can create to explain Carlos Santana’s five-year strong House of Blues concert-in-residence is … thunderous. On a weekend when global pop stars will be flooding the Strip, think about taking a look at this music legend– and his powerhouse band highlighted by three amazing percussionists, including other half Cindy Blackman Santana– switching deftly in between rock, jazz, blues, soul, and anything else he feels like playing. Sept. 15-17( and Sept. 20-24 ), details at houseofblues.com. HENDERSON CHAMBER ORCHESTRA Mentioning different type of Latin music, get

off the obvious entertainment path and go out to the Henderson Structure for the season-opening performance from the Henderson Chamber orchestra, a selection of Latin-themed pieces conducted by Alexandra Arrieche. Sept. 16, information at cityofhenderson.com.