Las Vegas Tips: What’s Happening Now (LA’s Forum & Country At The Linq!)
There’s a revamped “Forum” to rock out in
The beloved Forum concert venue in Los Angeles has been revamped in more ways than one. Caesars Entertainment was announced as Forum’s official partner, in correlation with a new marketing strategy and sleek makeover that includes a modernized Arena bowl, VIP clubs and massive outdoor terrace. It gets a very Vegas twist with the Caesars Palace Club, a 4,000-square-foot interactive hospitality space for fans, with special perks for Total Rewards members. With a shiny new renovation, it kicked off with a boom on Wednesday as it reopened with a concert by the Eagles. Justin Timblerlake, Imagine Dragons, Kings of Leon and Chelsea Handler are all scheduled at the “Fabulous” Forum in various events through March.
Pure won’t be so pure for one night
It’s been said that the Adult Video News award show is like “the Oscars of porn” and if that’s the case, then Jesse Jane is currently the Jennifer Lawrence of the adult film world.
American sweetheart Sassy provocateur Jane and all her Digital Playground pals will bring their assets to Pure Nightclub at Caesars Palace on Saturday, Jan. 18 to host the official AVN after-party.
Get your country on at The Linq
Want to see Keith Urban and Rascal Flatts at the newest groundbreaking stage on the Strip? The Academy of Country Music Awards’ Party For A Cause takes The Linq’s festival stage by storm April 4-5. Expect two full days (that is, noon-midnight) worth of festival-ness, beginning with Rascal Flatts, Thomas Rhett and The Cadillac Three on Friday, April 4. Keith Urban is joined by Chris Young, Joe Nichols, Jarrod Neimann on Saturday April 5 for a whole lot of male country singer hotness.
More acts are expected to be announced, but tickets go on sale to the general public Friday, Jan. 24 at 10 a.m. General admission tickets are $65 for a two-day pass, but if you want to get all fancy, VIP admission is $225. Yee haw!
Border Grill is making a run for The Forum Shops
Bring on the brunch and burritos! Popular Mexican restaurant Border Grill has set its sights on The Forum Shops at Caesars for its second local location. The former P.J. Clarke’s space will soon be renovated into a vibrant cantina—we just hope it brings its nationally lauded all-you-can-eat brunch with it.
Decipher some “Seinlanguage” in March
Iconic television show “Seinfeld” is just about as American as apple pie—there’s a comforting familiarity about it and a certain humor in the everyday life that still resonates with fans all over the world. Its eponymous star Jerry Seinfeld is still as in demand as ever, playing The Colosseum a few times a year, including new March 21-22 dates.
Though the famed comedian
isn’t anything like is identical to his character on the long-running sitcom, he incorporates fresh material for today’s world, including rants about technology and modern marriage. You may not see him don a puffy shirt or recall that time he forgot his girlfriend’s name but if you’re looking for a little “yada yada yada” entertainment, tickets are on sale now.