Two amazing new shows and a comedy venue from Las Vegas native Jimmy Kimmel has us looking at the show business. If there’s a city known for spectacular shows it’s Vegas, so dive into the feature It’s Showtime, to learn more about what’s new, the best of the long-running shows, the perfect revues and more.
If you’re looking for excitement that doesn’t involve traversing the entire Strip, fi nd it in One Block, where we’ve packed the top things to do, see and experience at Mirage and Treasure Island.
It’s last call to catch Def Leppard’s residency at Zappos Theater in Planet Hollywood, which ends Sept. 7. It is also a chance to see drummer Rick Allen’s paintings of music legends (pictured: Legend Series—Jimi Hendrix), his drum series and other original work, on display at the balcony inside the venue during shows and for sale in the Zappos store.
Craving more originality? Harvest Festival (harvest festival.com) ticks that box. From Sept 6-8, World Market Center will be a haven for handmade arts and crafts, complete with live music, demos, food and family-friendly vibes.
NASCAR comes to town Sept. 13-15, but race weekend gathers steam starting Sept. 12 with the inaugural Brendan Gaughan Celebrity Bowling Classic. The charity event (www.speedwaycharities.org) is open to anyone who wants to bowl and each team will have a celebrity bowler—maybe even a NASCAR driver. How’s that for show business!