Las Vegas entertainers waiting for safety

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After an unprecedented shutdown, Las Vegas has reopened its doors. Visitors have eagerly awaited arriving to Sin City. As many hotels are seeing an increase in occupancy, the Strip is coming back.

Yes, the June weather is sunny, and yes, the tables are enticing, but the entertainment capital of the world is the true allure. Some big names are back while some headliners are still idle.

Just moments after it was announced that entertainment would return to the Fremont Street Experience, the powers that be halted those plans for safety concerns. One such popular act was Chris Phillips, aka Zowie Bowie.

“Obviously this is very interesting,” Phillips said. “I think it’s a terrible shame. I would love to see Las Vegas lead the way to show we can do this safely. Just hours ago, we got the O.K. to start publicizing this. But we’ll be ready whenever we need to be. It could be tomorrow. We want to get the party going again, but we have to do it right.”

No need to worry, Vegas never disappoints. Strip icon Pete Vallee, known as “Big Elvis,” returns to the piano bar at Harrah’s Las Vegas. You can catch the longest-running and most unusual Elvis impersonator Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 2, 3:30 and 5 p.m. And the best thing is, you can experience Elvis for free.

“I’m always the last to go, and the first to return,” Vallee said.

Station lineup returns

Station Casinos uniquely attracts both locals and visitors alike. Known for their friendly staff, great dining, big jackpots and nightly entertainment, Green Valley Ranch Resort, Red Rock Resort, Sunset Station and Boulder Station lead the way back into live entertainment. 

Every night of the week, whether it be at Hank’s Fine Steaks & Martinis or the Drop Bar, Green Valley Ranch Resort has something for you. From singers to DJ’s, you can enjoy great vocals or dance the night away. Red Rock Resort offers a variety of fun every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, Both inside and out by the pool, they can satisfy your taste.

Sunset Station has rotating artists Friday and Saturday. Weekends get hot in Vegas as Friday and Saturday, Boulder Station has multiple attractions. Be sure to check all events or shows at www.sclv.com for times and availability. Entrance is free unless otherwise noted.   

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