Funny-man Rickey Smiley is known for making millions laugh for over 25 years. As a much loved comedian, television host, and top rated nationally syndicated radio personality, Smiley has earned a reputation for delivering for audiences on and off stage. With the distinct ability to take everyday observations and turn them into comedic gold, Smiley is a standout in the entertainment world. Rickey Smiley is one of the few “clean” comics amongst the upper echelon of contemporary great Comedians.
His audiences are treated to such original contemporary great Comedians. His audiences are treated to such original characters as “Mrs. Bernice Jenkins,” “Lil’ Daryl,” “Joe Willie” and “Beauford.” In addition, his comedy shows often include a live band, which he accompanies playing several instruments and singing.
The Tokens were one of the first independent, not to mention youngest, teams to produce recordings for a major label, breaking into the really big-time in 1962, when they became the first vocal group to record for another vocal group! Remember “He’s So Fine” by the Chiffons? That was the first of many smash hits Jay and his group had a hand in producing. They became the production geniuses behind numerous other hits by The Chiffons, as well as the biggest hits by Tony Orlando and Dawn, The Happenings, Randy and The Rainbows, and Robert John.
Besides leaving their imprint on the pop music scene as singers, songwriters, arrangers, producers, and record executives, Jay Siegel and The Tokens were successes as writers, producers and singers of commercials, reminding us that “Pan Am makes the going great…”, “Ban won’t wear off as the day…”, and that “Benson and Hedges are a silly millimeter longer…” They were also the voices for Clairol, General Foods, Wrigley’s gum, Sunkist and Wendy’s.
Jay Siegel and The Tokens are truly one of the pop music scene’s most versatile, talented and enduring groups!
Joey Dee & The Starliters
“Well, meet me, baby, down on 45th Street” … is a line that was synonymous with The Peppermint Lounge in 1961 when Joey Dee and The Starliters were rocking the house with their smash hit, “The Peppermint Twist”, and shot to fame on the charts.
It all started when one weekend, a New Jersey act, Joey Dee & The Starliters, were booked to play at the then obscure Peppermint Lounge on West 45th Street in New York City, actress Merle Oberon and Prince Serge Oblinski came and danced the night away at the Peppermint Lounge. When this was reported the next morning by columnists Earl Wilson and Cholly Knickerbocker, it took barricades and mounted police to keep the crowds in line, which had backed up to Broadway, the next night!
Joey Dee & The Starliters became the house band and wrote the tune that would extend the Twist craze for another 6 months.
Now joined by original member Dave Brigati, Joey Dee and the Starliters continue to tour all over the US and Canada.
The Angels®, one of rock and roll’s favorite girl groups, are known world-wide for their million-selling Number 1 record, “My Boyfriend’s Back.” They are portrayed in the Broadway hit musical, “Jersey Boys,” and also in the movie of the same name, released in the U.S. in June 2014.
In 1961, sisters Barbara “Bibs” Allbut Brown and Jiggs Allbut Sirico founded the group that came to be known as The Angels®; they recorded two hits, “Til” and “Cry Baby Cry.” In 1963, Peggy Santiglia came on board as lead singer – it’s Peggy’s voice that you hear saying the famous lines, “He went away and you hung around, and bothered me every night.”
The Angels® – Bibs, Jiggs, and Peggy – continue to perform to sold-out concerts in the U.S. and abroad. Do not miss the opportunity to see The Angels® – the ORIGINAL girl group who captured the hearts of America in the 60s – and let The Angels® take you back in time, to your 60s and 70s, when they step on the stage…
Come check out the Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas on Wednesday, August 27th as ISI host RNR with Social Club and Marion Write. Doors open at 7:00 p.m. / showtime 8:00 p.m.; No Cover must be 21 years of age or older to attend.
A genre and boundary breaking band, RNR has opened for many acts, opened many doors, and hopes to create new ones for Las Vegas Hip-Hop and the entire music scene. The group of 8 members bring to the table their own studies and experiences, musical and otherwise. Unsurprisingly, the RNR sound is hard to define, but at the core is pure hip-hop. Though the Las Vegas strip actually BANNED hip-hop at one point, because of persistence and RNR’s mass appeal, RNR has been able to open doors for local Hip-Hop there. They have thrown an all local hip-hop charity show at House of Blues and have played at notable strip establishments like Revolution Lounge inside the Mirage, Ghostbar inside the Palms, and The ROK bar inside New York, New York. Their music was featured on the last Vegas season of The Real World on MTV. Bass player CoCojenkins has been the only Hip-Hop representative on the cover of the Las Vegas Weekly and was even featured on an arts segment on PBS. Take a listen, come to a show, and prepare to be impressed. Hip-Hop at a higher level.
With a sound falling somewhere between Gotye, Muse and Maroon 5, San Diego based Social Club is well on their way to becoming the definitive rock / indie / pop band of 2013.
Born in early 2011, Social Club has solidified their sound with an un-relenting presence both live and on the Internet. After releasing their debut EP, Pictureshow, Social Club inked a deal with Pacific Records, a regional label. Following this release, Social Club quickly rose to the top of the San Diego music scene, pulling record crowds at local venues and finding feature spots on local televisions and radio shows.
But Social Club has a unique perspective on success, which stems from the unique composition of the band. Lead singer and guitarist, John Levan says, “Coming from West Virginia, I see things a bit different than the average guy from Hollywood.” John continues, “We’re quite happy just making music and sharing it with fans — that’s what we’re all about.”
Drummer Jeffrey Litzman and James Spratley agree, but emphasizes the bands live performance. “While we love to make music for fans, there’s nothing like a live show,” says Jeffrey.
“We’re all about having a good time,” replies James.
Finally, and not uncommon, synth/keys Thea Tochihara sums it all up. “We care about our fans, our music, the road and our friends in San Diego that believed in us before we had anything…We’re luck to have this opportunity now, and can only hope it will go on forever.”
True to the band’s commentary, this is just the beginning for Social Club. After after releasing their album, Gamma Rays, Social Club won MOFILM’s “Take Your Band to Texas” video competition with their music video for “Slow Motion,” beating out thousands of bands nationwide. This resulted in Social Club making their way to Austin, TX to perform at the 2013 SXSW Festival.
Marion Write’s sense of himself as an artist is his natural desire to connect emotion and reason within his listeners like life’s mentor, curating his thoughts and realities into vivid stories. With captivating structure from song to song, brilliant storytelling and an impressive way of using words, Write is always a refreshing listen, using his perceptions of our surroundings to take you on the highs and lows that life provides naturally. Although Write has released four mixtapes since 2009, recognition of his efforts manifested with the release of his street album ‘Illustrated Example’ (jan. 2012), hosting an outstanding performance and near sold out crowd for his release celebration. His latest offering, ‘To Love And Conquer’ (oct. 2012) is highly regarded as his best work to date, complimenting a much edgy approach to mainstream appeal. “He’s been able to strike a unique balance, becoming radio-friendly without sacrificing artistic integrity,” mentions Andreas Hale (Life + Times, The Well Versed). Write moved to Las Vegas in 2000 from Virginia Beach. Direction from producer Leon Sylvers III structured Marion’s love for music as a child. “I remember coming home from school, going straight to Mr. Leon’s house,” the 26-year old reflects, “After they had us finish our homework, it was straight into writing, recording, dress rehearsals, all that. For the most part, it was music everyday. Not the usual child hood, but it was ideal for me.” Taking from his favorite artists such as Nas, Mos Def and Clipse, Write is sure to strike the core in hip-hop’s
fans. With the keen sense of a hustler to capitalize and continue upward movement, the hunger for more and distaste for satisfaction, be soon to find Marion Write amass a following as large as his passion for music. A huge inspiration for us all, especially amongst all Filipino-Americans alike, Write is an evident addition to the game. Marion Write is also part of an MC/DJ dynamic with producer DJ Finyl, collectively known as “The Greater Good”. They have recently released their first LP “Goodness Gracious” which is available for download at 2DopeBoyz.com. Marion Write is preparing a new street album which is currently titled “Black Gold” and slated for a Summer 2014 release.
Big Sam’s Funky Nation is a driving force of urban funk. Ryan White, of the Oregonian, says the band is “tight enough (and hot enough) to turn coal into a diamond!” The band is led by trombone powerhouse, Big Sam Williams, formerly the trombonist for the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, who the San Francisco Chronicle calls “the top man on the slide trombone in the birthplace of jazz.” Big Sam refuses to let the audience sit still. Between the band’s solos, Big Sam’s signature dance moves and his distinctive trombone riffs, the energy level is high voltage when this band takes the stage!
The Funky Nation is a stellar group of world-class musicians who meet the challenges of their funky band leader. BSFN’s signature Noladelic Powerfunk sound masterfully combines a rock sensibility with improv-style associated with jazz and the horn-heavy front section that’s the hallmark of big band funk.Big Sam began playing with the Dirty Dozen at the tender age of 19 before striking out on his own and creating the Funky Nation. Big Sam powered-up the horn section on the critically acclaimed, Grammy nominated, “River in Reverse” and is prominently featured in “Hot as a Pistol, Keen as a Blade” the concert tour DVD. While touring with Elvis Costello and Allen Toussaint, in the Fall of 2006 and Summer of 2007, he earned consistent reviews as a musical force and star soloist. Big Sam has played with Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, Dave Matthews, Ozomatli, and Widespread Panic. He has also shared the stage with U2 and Green Day for the emotional and energetic re-opening of the Superdome which was broadcast live on Monday Night Football.BSFN is a festival favorite across North America and their contagious tunes and memorable live performances have attracted fans far and wide, ranging from France, to the United Kingdom, to Greece, to Brazil, to Canada. BSFN is a favorite on the festival circuit and has sealed its mark on the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage, Gathering of the Vibes, Telluride Blues & Brews, Doheny Blues Festival, Austin City Limits, Bonnaroo Arts & Music Festival, Wakarusa, Voodoo Music Experience, Bear Creek Music & Arts Festival, LEAF & many more.
For one week and one week only public radio KCEP will be calling its members to give a way a pair a day to see Celine Dion. Members will be called August 4th – 8th, either during the Morning Mayhem Show (6a – 8a) or the 4 O’clock Head Rush (4p – 6p), to qualify to win just become a member of public radio KCEP-FM.
“Dion isn’t here to perform. She’s here to kill it. She isn’t aiming for applause. She’s looking for rapture.” – USA Today
“A magnificent masterpiece! Celine has singlehandedly redefined class and elegance in onstage performances. Her voice is sent from the angels.” – Las Vegas Sun
“It’s the show of shows, and may not be matched in Las Vegas for a long time!” – Las Vegas Review-Journal
“Celine Dion’s Vegas show more spectacular than ever! If her last show sold out for five years, this one should make it for ten.” – Toronto Star
“Celine is Las Vegas’ biggest act since Elvis.” – Newsweek
Celine Dion has always been a pioneer when it comes to creating groundbreaking concert performances and her new show at The Colosseum is receiving rave reviews from critics and fans alike! Directed by long time Grammy Awards producer Ken Ehrlich, the new show includes Celine’s biggest hits mixed with timeless classics and pays tribute to some of the most celebrated songs and artists of all times. Featuring 31 musicians, consisting of a full orchestra and band, the show is set to a visually stunning backdrop designed exclusively for the 4,300 seat state-of-the-art venue.
Tickets for performances June 10th – August 31st, 2014 are now on sale!
For tickets, call 1 888-9-AXS-TIX or log on to www.AXS.com keyword “Celine Dion.” Tickets may also be purchased at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace Box Office, open daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. For groups of 20 or more, call (702) 731-7208
Prices range from $55 – $250, not including taxes and fees
LVBNM (a monthly event), first event was produced in July of 2007 at the Cannery Hotel & Casino. A total of three events were produced at the Cannery. By fall of 2007 the LVBNM grew in numbers by both attendees as well as vendors and moved to a new venue – Texas Station Casino. In 2010 the LVBNM move to Santa Fe Station Casino for winter/spring and the SunCoast Hotel & Casino for summer/fall. At present all LVBNM events will be held at the SunCoast Hotel & Casino. With a track record of 40,300 in attendees and over 5,000 businesses exhibiting. The LVBNM goal is to bring all business vendors exhibiting and attendees together to network with each other.
Mike Epps steadily climbed his way up the stand-up comedy ranks when he was recognized by a national audience in 1995 when he appeared on the Def Comedy Jam tour and HBO’s Def Comedy Jam.
During a performance at LA’s Comedy Store, Epps caught the attention of Ice Cube. This led to the first of three feature films they would do together; the cult hits Next Friday, Friday After Next and the New Line comedy All About the Benjamins. He has had two Showtime Comedy specials “Mike Epps: Underrated and Never Faded” and “Mike Epps Presents…”
He has starred in more than 30 feature films and won a NAACP Image Award for his role in the Sony Pictures film Jumping the Broom. In February, Epps saw the release of his newest film Repentance starring opposite Forest Whitaker and Anthony Mackie.
Epps was born in Indianapolis, IN, on Nov. 18, 1970. Growing up between Indianapolis and the highly industrial Gary, Epps was one of nine kids to a single mother. From an early age, he discovered his ability to make people laugh, and with Richard Pryor as his main influence, Epps started hitting the stand-up stage when he was a teenager. Unfortunately, it was not enough to keep the obviously talented comedian out of trouble. He fell in with gangs, dropped out of high school, and served 18 months on drug charges. The time behind bars not only motivated him to focus on a career as an entertainer, the experience gave him lots of new material for his act. He returned to the comedy club stage in Indiana before moving to Atlanta, GA where he was a regular at the Comedy Act Theater. His success there gave him the confidence to move to New York City, NY where he was quickly picked up by Def Comedy Jam, touring as well as appearing on the HBO show.
Epps was well on his way to becoming one of the bigger names in stand-up when he made his feature film debut in Vin Diesel’s “Strays” (1996). He continued with several more years of touring and making appearances on Def Comedy Jam when acting offers began to come in. He appeared in an episode of “The Sopranos” in 1999; the same year he learned that Ice Cube was looking to cast a co-star (effectively, Chris Tucker’s replacement) in the “Friday” (1995) sequel, “Next Friday” (2002). Epps headed for Los Angeles, where he invited Ice Cube to catch his set at The Comedy Store. Cube was impressed enough that the rapper-actor-producer asked Epps to try out for the part of Day-Day, which he eventually landed after weeks of auditions. “Next Friday” opened number one at the box-office, and was a breakthrough for Epps, who was already familiar to much of the audience from his stand-up work, but still had a hard time winning over those expecting a Chris Tucker clone. Nonetheless, Epps gave a consistent, though often improvised, performance as ineffectual Day-Day, a smoked-out loser stalked by his obsessive ex-girlfriend (Tamala Jones) and her brutish younger sister (Lady of Rage). The new talent in town was tapped for two more movies that year, appearing in DJ Pooh’s “3 Strikes” and supporting Jamie Foxx in the action comedy, “Bait.”
In 2001, Epps lent his voice to the role of Sonny in the family comedy “Dr. Dolittle 2″ and enjoyed a featured role in the blunt cinema classic “How High,” starring Redman and Method Man. Epps reteamed with Ice Cube twice during the following year, playing the bumbling thief to Cube’s bounty hunter in the action comedy “All About the Benjamins” (2002) before the “Friday” saga’s latest entry “Friday After Next” (2002). After turns in the uneven musical comedy, “The Fighting Temptations” (2003) and the dreadful horror sequel, “Resident Evil: Apocalypse” (2004), Epps played Ed Norton to Cedric the Entertainer’s Ralph Kramden in the rehash of the famed 1950s sitcom, “The Honeymooners” (2005). Though promising a fresh take on an oldie-but-goodie, the movie was blasted by critics who complained about a lack of chemistry between characters, a subservient bow to political correctness – particularly with Kramden’s famous threat to send Alice “to the moon!” – and a dearth of laughs, despite overwhelming comedic talent.
In a remake of another classic, Epps also appeared in “Guess Who?” (2005), an updated version of “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” (1967) that also hit number one at the box office. In probably his most memorable role of the year, Epps scored as a loud-mouthed garbage man in the ’70s roller disco comedy, “Roll Bounce” (2005). He rounded out a busy film year with a return to HBO, filming the stand-up special “Inappropriate Behavior” before inking a deal to develop a sitcom based on his misspent youth, entitled “The Unsuccessful Thug.”
After several years cutting his teeth on broad Hollywood comedies, Epps finally got a chance to branch out a bit with the 2006 romance “Something New,” which was nominated for Black Reel, Image, and Black Movie awards, including Best Film. Epps landed his first dramatic role in the 2007 critic’s pick, “Talk to Me,” with a supporting role in Kasi Lemmon’s biopic about controversial 1960s Philadelphia DJ Ralph “Petey” Greene. Epps was slated to appear in yet another installment in the “Resident Evil” series in late 2007, but audiences were far more anxious for the 2008 release of “The Grand.” The film – a largely improvised Christopher Guest-style mockumentary about a poker tournament in Las Vegas – put Epps alongside some of TV’s biggest comedians like Ray Romano, Cheryl Hines, and David Cross. Epps’ star would only continue to rise when he was cast – handpicked by Richard Pryor before his death – to portray him in a feature film adaptation of his life, with production for the untitled film slated to begin in 2007.
Deon Cole is originally from the south side of Chicago. Deon’s charismatic personality and original style make him one of the most popular performers in the comedy scene today. As a standup, he has been featured on The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien, Comedy Central: John Oliver’s New York Stand-Up Show, Laffapalooza, and Mash Ups along with his own 1 / 2 Hour Special. Deon is also an actor, having appeared in MTV’s Short Circuitz and Wild N’ Out with Nick Cannon, as well as Barbershop 1 and 2. Most recently, Deon was featured in FX’s The League.
After Deon’s 2009 standup appearance on The Tonight Show, he was offered a job as a staff writer for the show and has since made weekly appearances as a commentator/performer on the show. In 2010, he was nominated for his first EMMY and Writers Guild Award along with the other writers of The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien and he was named one of the “Top 10 Comedians to Watch” by VARIETY. In 2011, Deon received his second Emmy Nomination for his work with the writers of CONAN. He also had the experience of a lifetime touring with and performing his standup on Conan O’Brien’s THE LEGALLY PROHIBITED FROM BEING FUNNY ON TELEVISION TOUR. Deon had his own show on TBS called, DEON COLE’S BLACK BOX. A video clip and social commentary show where Deon offered up his unique views on what was happening in the world. Recently Deon toured with Shaquille O’Neal’s All Star Comedy Jam. He also appeared on Comedy Central’s @Midnight and the Game Show Network’s Mind of a Man. Deon will soon be co-starring in Steve Carrell’s series for TBS, ANGIE TRIBECA.
The Legends of Hip Hop show brings together some of the best MC’s of the genre. The night will be filled with beats and lyrics that take you back to the glory days of hip-hop. Expect to journey to the early 90’s with rhymes by DMX, EPMD, Big Daddy Kane, Naughty by Nature, Biz Markie, Slick Rick, Black Sheep, and Rob Base.
The Joint | 8:00 PM
The Legends of Hip Hop is a must see show for hip-hop enthusiasts. Some of the legendary rhymes these hip-hop pioneers are best known for are:
DMX: Party Up, Ruff Ryders Anthem, X Gon Give it To Ya
EPMD: You Gots to Chill
Big Daddy Kane: Smooth Operator
Naughty by Nature: Hip Hop Hooray, O.P.P., Everythings Going to be Alright
Biz Markie: Just a Friend
Slick Rick: Children’s Story
Black Sheep: The Choice is Yours
Rob Base: It Takes Two, Joy & Pain
Tickets, starting at $39.50(plus applicable service fees), go on sale Friday, May 16 at 10am at the Hard Rock Hotel Box Office, online at AXS.com or by calling 888-9-AXS-TIX.
Perfect Choice Productions presents Rene Margary’s How To Love A Black Man. This stage play is a strong realistic, psychological piece that delivers the message that self acceptance is imperative in order to adequately love another!
Centered around a house wife who has lost herself in her marriage. She has tried for eight years to balance “marriage duty” with a sense of individual accomplishments by supporting her husband’s dreams and aspirations; and resolving to be content with writing when her true love is performing. Her husband is a male psychologist with an alter ego who has a few unresolved issues, but instead of hashing them out at home with his mate: “he allows his eyes to roam out-side of the home”. This male psychologist is holding a two day symposium entitled:
How To Love A Black Man…
Ideally the registrants have come to learn how to cope with issues that affect the black man. Thus, they will be able to love themselves more and treat their mates better. However, many of them aren’t willing to admit that they have a problem with self or any other issues for that matter.
As a testament to their undeniable talent and skyrocketing popularity, URL recently beat out over 6,500 international contestants to lock in a coveted 4th place position in Myspace & XM Satellite Radio’s Show Us What U Got competition. Their release of their last album The Pavement has
garnered in excess of 20,550 Myspace plays in 2008.
Additionally, the UpRite Lions hard work and unparalleled sound have enabled them to thrill crowds alongside such iconic artists and industry heavyweights as:
•Common •Talib Kweli
•DJ Chela (Justo Award Winner)
•JJ the jenius (Music producer for Aaron McGruder’s nationally syndicated cartoon series The Boondocks)
Ever at home in the spotlight, Trice, Shef and B-Star have garnered the lions share of media attention including features in Billboard magazine, GoTriad, UrbanLit and SpeakEZ magazines, Charlottegigs.com, A&T Register. They have even earned the front cover of the Fayetteville Observer, officially cementing their status as hometown heroes. Recognizing that their presence is too large to be confined to print, URL has also appeared on several online TV shows, including: The Pavement, Street Scholar, The Collective and Generation: Got Next. The Lions have sharpened their claws and honed their skills on and off the stage by hosting numerous events in the Triangle, Triad and Piedmont regions of the state.
These accomplishments are merely the tip of the proverbial iceberg for UpRite Lions. They have orchestrated critically acclaimed projects both collectively and individually and there is more to come. UpRite Lions will be returning to the studio soon to record their much-anticipated new album. Keep a close eye on URL, they are taking the world by storm!
The Samsung NBA Summer League returns to action this summer July 11-21 at the Thomas & Mack Center and the COX Pavilion on the campus of the University of Nevada Las Vegas. The Summer League is a period of intense preparation for teams and players; and a period of high anticipation for fans, providing an inside look and access to future NBA stars in a highly competitive basketball environment.
For NBA Players and prospects, there is no off-season, they are constantly focused on developing their game and preparing for the upcoming season. Teams and coaching staffs are likewise focused on evaluating talent and identifying ways to improve their chances of competing for an NBA Championship.
Samsung NBA Summer League returns to action July 11-21 at the Thomas & Mack Center & Cox Pavillion in Las Vegas. Tix now available: http://bit.ly/1m69FNi
THERE IS NO OFF-SEASON
UP-CLOSE FAN EXPERIENCE
NBA Summer League provides fans with an exciting basketball experience, within an intimate, family-friendly environment
• Players are accessible and fans have the opportunity get autographs and see the NBA’s current and future stars firsthand
• Venues are small, providing an intimate experience for fans
• Ticket prices are affordable, providing fans with access to great basketball
The NBA’s top young talent including select free agents, recent draft picks, and NBA D-League prospects are able to acclimate to the NBA level and style of play, representing the highest level of basketball in the world.
Provides front office executives and scouts with the opportunity to evaluate talent amid NBA-caliber competition in a continuing effort to improve their teams and better position themselves for a championship run.
Proceeds to benefit His Love Center. ONLY the card holder with photo ID and the credit card used for purchase can pick up tickets. Non-professional cameras allowed, no detachable lenses. No audio/video recorders or tablets are allowed. Customers accept all customary risks associated with live entertainment.
Music Legend “Mary Wilson” of The Supremes with America Got’s Talent’s Winner “Michael Grimm” @ The Hard Rock Casino for “His Love Street” also Eric Jordan Young, Lisa Mack, Skye Dee Miles, Chadwick Johnson and The LV Tenors.
Due to security requirements, backpacks, wallet chains, spiked accessories, and bags/purses larger than 8.5″ x 11″ will not be allowed in the venue. Vinyl is a non-smoking venue. Electronic smoking devices are not allowed.
Starring an all-star, eight-person ensemble of lead singers from some of America’s most influential musical groups. Forever Doo Wop takes audiences on an unforgettable journey through the exciting history of Doo Wop music. Paying homage to one of America’s most persuasive art forms, Forever Doo Wop is comprised of a series of vignettes and mini concerts, spanning all genres of Doo Wop. Cast credits include Early Clover, Grammy Award-winning singer Jerome Jackson, Tonja Foster and Terrence Forsythe, among others.
Price: $39 (plus tax and applicable fees) & $59 VIP package w/ premium seating (plus tax and applicable fees) Venue: Le Bistro Lounge
Join the Large Vision Business Mixer and celebrate our 8th Year Anniversary Visionary Awards and Luncheon taking place Tuesday, July 1st at 11 am inside the Grand Ballroom at the Suncoast Hotel & Casino. Enjoy business exhibits, live entertainment, raffle drawings and lunch. This years guest speaker is Author James Cannon father of actor and comedian Nick Cannon. Come out and celebrate there will also be a book signing of James Cannon new book “The Calling”.
In Celebration of Black Music Month, Samsung and Verizon have teamed up to get you into the Groove.
Starting June 11th and through June 22nd, when you purchase a Samsung Galaxy S® 5 from a Verizon store the first 20,000 qualified registrants will be eligible to download a special digital pack featuring Janelle Monáe including:
Vegas Nocturne, the anchor live entertainment inside Rose. Rabbit. Lie., plays all night long and crescendos in two distinct ticketed shows: 7:30 p.m. (90 minutes) and 9:30 p.m. (90 minutes) with a special late night show at Midnight(30 minutes). Each is unique, performed by the Family Falzone-Buzukhov, all of whom reside in the Rose. Rabbit. Lie. mansion. With intimate vignettes weaving through every room of the venue as the night progresses, Vegas Nocturne infuses every aspect of the guest experience at Rose. Rabbit. Lie.
ROSE. RABBIT. LIE.
A rebirth of the social club, Rose. Rabbit. Lie. is a modern twist on clubs of the night—a truly communal venue, where the experience lies not only with the power of production, but within the excitement of improvisation. The result is an entirely new genre that blurs the lines between restaurant, bar, club and live entertainment to create a grand social experiment; one that arrives in spontaneous moments throughout the evening. This new venue delivers an unexpected mash-up featuring world-class partner Coastal Luxury Management, curating food and beverage, and entertainment partner Spiegelworld, creators of Vegas Nocturne. An ever-evolving experience, Rose. Rabbit. Lie. adheres to no standard model, follows no written rules. Come when you want. Leave when you wish. Let the night take the lead.
SHOW TIMES AND TICKET PRICES
o Wednesday – Sunday
o 7:30PM | $135 + taxes & fees | 70 minutes
o 9:30 PM | $135 + taxes & fees | 70 minutes
o Late Night (12AM) | $30 + taxes & fees
Guests can purchase tickets at www.roserabbitlie.com/#/vegasnocturne, at the Box Office, or call 877.667.0585. Must be 21+ to attend.
Each June, cancer survivors celebrate National Cancer Survivors Day, sponsored by the National Cancer Survivors Day Foundation. It’s a time for the 14.5 million cancer survivors in the US to celebrate life.
Sexy Lexy Events is a full-service planning, design, and coordination company based out of Las Vegas, NV is hosting The Hollywood Pool Party for Cancer Awareness at Alexis Park to benefit the American Cancer Society.
Christopher “Chris” Tucker Born August 31, 1971, is an American actor and comedian. He is best known for playing the role of Detective James Carter in the Rush Hour film series. Tucker became a frequent stand up performer on Def Comedy Jam in the 1990s. He came to prominence in the 1995 film Friday alongside Ice Cube. Next he co-starred and exec. produced Money Talks with Charlie Sheen and appeared in Luc Besson’s The Fifth Element before beginning work on the highly commercially successful Rush Hour films. In 2006 he negotiated an unprecedented $25 million salary to appear in Rush Hour 3, which at the time made him the highest paid actor in Hollywood. Tucker is also a humanitarian and spends much of his spare time traveling and working with his foundation. He currently appears in the Oscar nominated film “Silver Lining Playbook” with Robert DeNiro, Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper. He is also on a stand-up comedy tour that has received rave reviews all over the world.