Looking for a little something to fill your Saturday afternoon or a big event for an epic evening?
It's Las Vegas, there's always something happening somewhere. Here's a few things to pique your interest and get you out of the house.
Linkin Park takes over the Planet Hollywood theater Saturday. Tickets are $75.50-$89.50, or go to www.planethollywoodresort.com. Can't shell out the money for the live show? As usual, when the band is in town, singer Chester Bennington makes a point of stopping in to his Club Tattoo store inside Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort. The whole band is expected to check out the store at 7 p.m. before the live concert at 9 p.m. They are a hands-on band and tend to pose for pics with fans.
The new restaurant and lounge officially opens at the Palms Casino Resort on Sunday. Heraea’s is an eatery and sports lounge with a distinctly feminine twist and is part of the $50 million renovation the Palms is currently undergoing.
It welcomed its first celebrity gifts last Sunday, including international super model Selita Ebanks, Taylor Dane sang her hit “Tell it to My Heart” to the crowd, which influded NFL stars Greg Little of the Cleveland Browns, Michael Bush and Lance Briggs of the Chicago Bears, James Johnson of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Jalil Brown of the Kansas City Chiefs, Brandon Bostick of the Green Bay Packers and former San Francisco 49er, Rock Cartwright. Also attending were former players Keith Bulluck and Kelvin Smith. Last week Olympic gold medal-winning swimmer, Michael Phelps, popped into Heraea with a few friends for a preview and ordered a selection of piquillo pepper poppers, Alaskan king crab cones and artichoke spinach dip while sipping on Bulleit and diet coke.
Go to www.palms.com for more info.
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Two R&B groups are making appearances in town.
En Vogue starring Maxine Jones, The Funky Divas, perform at Veil Pavilion inside Silverton Casino Hotel on Feb. 16 at 8 p.m. The ladies will get into "Free Your Mind," the women's empowering "Never Gonna Get It," the love anthem "Hold On” as well as a few surprises.
"It is a new year and the energy from the rest of the members is higher than I have ever experienced in the past,” said founding member Maxine Jones. “The audience will feel the vibe and they better be prepared for the ride of their lives.”
Tickets start at $25. Go to www.silvertoncasino.com for more info.
Pop music group All-4-One, best-known for its smash hit “I Swear,” will perform at the Suncoast Showroom Feb. 16 and 17. They’ll roll out “I Can Love You Like Tat” and other hits for the 7:30 p.m. show, sure to be full of romance, for $15.95.
Call 702-636-7075, or go to www.suncoastcasino.com.