Entertainment

Bill Burr, actor, comedian and podcast host, has a 2020-2021 residency at The Chelsea in The Cosmopolitan beginning with Saturday dates March 21 and June 20. 

ZZ Top with three original band members—Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill and Frank Beard—together through five decades returns to The Venetian for five shows March 20-21, 25, and 27-28 in 2020.

Kesha’s “The High Road Tour” will stop at the Palms Friday, May 1. The tour includes Big Freedia and follows the Jan. 31 release of Kesha’s album “High Road.” 

Legendary musician Don Felder, formerly of the Eagles for 27 years, will make a return performance inside the Grand Events Center at Green Valley Ranch Saturday, May 23.

“Elvis Presley’s Heartbreak Hotel In Concert” closed Dec. 29 at Harrah’s Showroom and the Bronx Wanderers are moving there from The LINQ Hotel next door. 

Comic, singer and impressionist Gordie Brown returns to the Golden Nugget’s showroom, where he once was a seven-year headliner, in a limited run and all new show “Lasting Impressions” beginning Tuesday, Feb. 11.

Nick Cannon’s “MTV Wild ‘N Out Live” tour will visit Mandalay Bay Events Center Saturday, April 4. Tour lineup varying by city will feature stand-up routines by Wild ‘N Out cast members and live music from today’s hottest artists.

Ivory Star Productions’ shows at the D Las Vegas, “Marriage Can Be Murder,” Adam London’s “Laughternoon,” “Friends! The Musical Parody,” “Defending the Caveman” and “Jokesters Comedy Club” all closed there permanently because the second floor will undergo a major redesign.

New show “The Jets 80’s & 90’s Experience” opened at the V Theater at the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood featuring the Grammy-nominated band Tuesday-Saturday.

Clint Carvalho, the exotic bird specialist who was an “America’s Got Talent” YouTube finalist, has his “Extreme Parrots” show at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. every weekend and major holidays through Feb. 17. 

Rock ‘n’ roll themed “Cherry Boom Boom” at OYO, formerly Hooters, returned to the Night Owl Showroom with new dancers and moves and is now extended with 11 p.m. shows Thursday through Saturday.

Drag Diva Brunch in its fourth year at the House of Blues Restaurant & Bar in Mandalay Bay is every Saturday through April 4 with an all-star cast of queens and a buffet.

The all-new show “Disney Dance Upon a Dream,” starring singer, actress and dancer Mackenzie Ziegler, will visit Orleans Arena Tuesday, April 21. 

“The Dennis Bono Show,” a live one-hour interview-performance show at South Point, is extended through 2020 and celebrates 20 years of continuous weekly Las Vegas broadcasts. 

The original tribute to the Eagles touring since 1986, Hotel California, will headline the M Resort Saturday, March 14 in the M Pavilion. 

The fourth installment of Art of The Wild, a three-day music and cultural experience with acclaimed artists in techno and house, will return March 13-15 at Wynn Nightlife venues. 

Downtown Las Vegas Events Center will host the all-new Reggae Rise Up Vegas (RRU VEGAS) festival April 18-19 featuring headlining performances from SoCal reggae-rock stars Slightly Stoopid and Dirty Heads. 

Dining

The new $10 million vintage Bugsy & Meyer’s Steakhouse opens soon at the Flamingo paying homage to the resort’s 70 plus-year history featuring the main bar, patio dining, main dining room, three private dining rooms and raw bar. 

Chef/restaurateur and four-time James Beard Award winner, Chef Todd English, will be creating a new culinary theatrical dining experience exclusively for AREA15’s food hall.

Off the Chelsea Tower’s main lobby, The Cosmopolitan reintroduced the newly designed 24-hour Vesper Bar named after the legendary cocktail in the James Bond novel Casino Royale.

The Las Vegas Farmers Market is held every Sunday on The Green at the Silverton from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. with more than 30 vendors.

The Promenade Café at JW Marriott and Rampart Casino is closed for renovation while the Clubhouse Deli is open 24 hours daily during construction.

About Town

Fremont Street Experience (FSE) revealed the Viva Vision Canopy’s $32 million renovation featuring a new collection of visuals and 3D graphics and multi-sensory signature show “MIXology.” The five-city-block canopy is now seven times brighter and can be seen 24 hours a day.

The “Lost Vegas: Tim Burton @ The Neon Museum” has been extended through April 12 showcasing sculptural and digital installations celebrating the artist’s links to Las Vegas and its historical neon heritage. 

“Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition” at the Luxor has introduced 108 new artifacts including 20 never seen before. New technologies and a photo station for visitors to pose with prop lifejackets from the Oscar-winning 1997 movie are also added. 

The new traveling exhibit through Sunday, May 3 at the Discovery Children’s Museum is Run!Jump!Fly!: Adventures In Action with collaborative and hands-on activities focusing on the benefits of physical activity and healthy lifestyle. 

The 16th Annual Dam Short Film Festival will have 23 programs and screen 146 short films Feb. 13-16 in the historic 400-seat Boulder Theatre in Boulder City. 

The Burlesque Hall of Fame on Main Street has started burlesque classes for all levels presented as part of the museum’s “School of Striptease” program with one-time drop-in classes and eight-week intensive courses.

Las Vegas’ first professional tennis team, Vegas Rollers, is returning after its inaugural year for the 2020 World TeamTennis (WTT) season with 41-year-old twins Mike and Bob Bryan on their farewell tour.