John Katsilometes, Las Vegas Review-Journal

John Katsilometes

Las Vegas Review-Journal

Henderson, NV, United States

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  • Las Vegas Review-Journal
Past:
  • Best Of Las Vegas
  • LasVegasSun.com

Recent articles by John:

Wayne Newton, Mr. Las Vegas, adds 70 shows for ’23

Wayne Newton is a classic showman who is taken on a classic schedule for next year. → Read More

Chili Peppers to make return to Allegiant Stadium

The Red Hot Chili Peppers play Allegiant Stadium on April Fool’s Day. They most recently played the stadium in August. → Read More

Aerosmith cancels second show in 4 days at Dolby Live

Aerosmith front man Steven Tyler is following the advice of his doctor, according to a statement on social media. → Read More

Allegiant Stadium’s 1 million fans tops international list of venues

Allegiant Stadium, Dolby Live, and Resorts World Theatre top Billboad’s annual list of international venues. → Read More

Aerosmith cancels Las Vegas show with Steven Tyler ‘unwell’

Aerosmith front man Steven Tyler called out of Friday’s show at Dolby Live at Park MGM. The legendary vocalist is feeling “unwell,” according to a statement from the band on social media. → Read More

How a $6M phone call rescued a Las Vegas charity

A few weeks ago at Opportunity Village’s annual gala, organization CEO Bob Brown motioned toward a table mate and said, “There’s the man who saved Opportunity Village during COVID... → Read More

Manilow postpones Christmas show opener due to heart problem

The 79-year-old superstar’s condition is not considered serious. He to be treated and released at a Las Vegas hospital on Thursday night. → Read More

Carrie Underwood relaunches Strip residency in ’23

Carrie Underwood paused “Reflection” to tour the country. She’s back in June. → Read More

A Celine premiere in May? Resorts World is prepared

Celine Dion has road dates scheduled in February, and Resorts World is holding May for her premiere. → Read More

The B-52s lock in 10-show run at The Venetian Theatre

The B-52s, led by Fred Schneider, Kate Pierson and Cindy Wilson have booked a residency at The Venetian Theatre. → Read More

‘Die Hard’ actor, UNLV professor Clarence Gilyard dies

Clarence Gilyard, a UNLV film professor, was famous for his role as computer-terror expert Theo in “Die Hard.” → Read More

Kylie Minogue seeking Las Vegas residency

Kylie Minogue has been reviewing Las Vegas options since at least May, when she was spotted at Dolby Live. → Read More

Ocasio-Cortez says of Ticketmaster-Swift saga: ‘It’s personal’

Rep. Ocasio-Cortez has been an early critic of the Live Nation-Ticketmaster merger, in the face of the Swift episode. The lawmaker says she wants the 2010 merger “unwound.” → Read More

Adele turns to Vegas players for orchestral boost

Sixteen of the 24 string players in “Weekends With Adele” are local musicians. → Read More

Boy George dishes on Vegas episode of ‘Behind The Music’

Boy George promises to be “brutally honest” in “Behind The Music” episode at Michael Jackson’s Thrilla Villa. → Read More

Once a Vegas club comic, Jo Koy sells out T-Mobile Arena

Jo Koy dropped out of UNLV to do the funny. He sold out T-Mobile Arena on Saturday night, 14,000 tickets, as he said from the stage. → Read More

Pre-Venetian, Billy Gibbons rocks Hendrix’s Flying V on ‘Kimmel’

Billy Gibbons rocked it on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” with Hendrix’s Flying V guitar from 1970 Isle of Wight festival. → Read More

Adele is worth the wait in majestic premiere

Adele overcame immense nerves and immense pressure to deliver a show for the ages. → Read More

Adele: ‘I’m highly emotional, incredibly nervous’ entering premiere

Adele’s fans are certainly feeling it. So is she. “Weekends With Adele” finally opens this weekend. The superstar posted her feelings on social media Thursday. → Read More

Lin-Manuel Miranda hip-hops into ‘FLS’ premiere

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s opening night crowd was robust in its size and also its explosive response to his arrival a few minutes into the performance. → Read More