Jason Bracelin, Las Vegas Review-Journal

Jason Bracelin

Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Crowds slowly growing as Vegas reopens

The scene has been playing out for weeks now across town, as various Las Vegas institutions resume daily operations, each providing its own chapter in the story of a 24/7 city getting back on its high-heeled feet. → Read More

In pandemic, everyday heroes step up to help strangers

Food and hygiene kits for truckers, groceries, toilet paper, 3D masks and health checks are some of the ways people are reaching out to strangers in need. → Read More

Garth Brooks drive-in concert coming to Vegas

Before he’ll take the stage in Las Vegas, Garth Brooks will take the big screen. The country superstar, who’s set to headline Allegiant Stadium on Aug. 22, will perform a drive-in concert on June 27 that will be featured at the Westwind Las Vegas Drive-in. Tickets are $100 per car or truck and go on sale at 9 a.m. June 19, at ticketmaster.com/garthbrooks. Though Brooks recently postponed a pair… → Read More

Treasure Island: Go behind the scenes at the resort’s reopening

A behind-the-scenes look at the casino’s relaunch. → Read More

Livestreaming leading concert comeback in Las Vegas

The live music industry is slowly lurching back to life, using the internet to get back in action. → Read More

How will music festivals adapt in coronavirus era?

Big events face an uncertain future as mass gatherings are unlikely for some time. → Read More

How will music festivals adapt in the age of the coronavirus?

Big events face uncertain future as mass gatherings unlikely for some time. → Read More

Touro students create volunteer services website for coronavirus crisis

A trio of Touro University Nevada medical students aren’t resigning themselves to the background during the coronavirus crisis. → Read More

Academy of Country Music Awards moves 2020 show to Nashville

Show will be broadcast from the country music capital for the first time in its 55-year history. → Read More

Man who made crosses for Oct. 1 victims has terminal cancer

Greg Zanis has bladder cancer and has been given less than six months to live. “I’m real weak,” Zanis says from his home in Aurora, Illinois, where’s he undergoing hospice care. → Read More

Downtown Las Vegas’ Life is Beautiful fest canceled

The music, arts and culinary festival, originally scheduled to take place over multiple stages Sept. 18-20, instead will make a full return next year. → Read More

Betting on the future: What Macao’s experience can teach Las Vegas

The reopening of Macao’s casinos after a 15-day shutdown may offer a glimpse into Las Vegas’ future — a hoped-for return to being the 24/7, glimmering disco-ball-of-a-city that it was. → Read More

Reggae Rise Up festival announces new dates

Two-day event originally scheduled for downtown Las Vegas this weekend moves to October. → Read More

Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas delayed until October

Electric Daisy Carnival, which had been planned for May in Las Vegas, has officially been postponed. → Read More

Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas delayed until October

The Electric Daisy Carnival planned for May in Las Vegas has officially been postponed. → Read More

Electric Daisy Carnival still scheduled, will undergo ‘changes’

Festival founder Pasquale Rotella says “changes” are in the works for EDC amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Coronavirus can isolate people with mental health issues

With fewer and fewer mental health resources available as providers not using telemedicine close up shop, it’s straining a system that already was stretched thin. → Read More

Sold-out Electric Daisy Carnival still on as scheduled in May

The massive dance music festival remains on target for a May 15-17 return to Las Vegas Motor Speedway. → Read More

The Killers postpone start of ticket sales for upcoming tour

Tour will still go on, set to stop at MGM Grand Garden in Las Vegas on Aug. 28. → Read More

Garth Brooks Las Vegas concert sells out quickly

It took less than 90 minutes for the country superstar’s show at Allegiant Stadium on Aug. 22 to be gone. → Read More