America’s Got Talent 2-for-1 Tickets

America's Got Talent

America’s Got Talent 2-for-1 Tickets

America’s Got Talent Live in Las Vegas will commemorate Veterans Day with 2 special ticket offers for service men & women. From Nov 11 thru the run’s final show, Nov 17! 2-for-1 tix will be available for military & veterans with access code MILITARY at The Palazzo Theatre Box Office, or by phone at 702.414.9000. Uniformed military will receive free admission by presenting themselves at the box office.

Reference: America’s Got Talent Facebook

Human Nature Leaving Imperial Palace

Human Nature Leaving Las Vegas

Human Nature is Leaving the Imperial Palace

Human Nature is leaving the Imperial Palace November 25th 2012, to go back on tour.

Tickets are half price until closing.

Their Tour will run through will start in Florida and then back to Australia.

There is no word when or if Human Nature will come back to Vegas.

Human Nature performed such hits as Dancing in the Streets, Whats Going on and Ooh Baby Baby.  It was a pretty good show, we are sure they will land on their feet.

BB King’s at The Mirage Las Vegas Closing

BB King’s at the Mirage Closing, Picture credit from the website.

B.B. King’s Blues Restaurant & Club will be closing at the Mirage on Nov. 18 2012.  The owner of the restaurant filed for Chapter 11 in 2011.  Since that time the Restaurant and club has not stayed current and still owes the Mirage $114,000 in unpaid debt.

A court ruled that The Mirage was able to keep the money that was billed to the guests room in-order to pay-back the debt. The room charge collection has not been enough to pay back the debt and the Beale Street Blues Company Las Vegas LLC, has said there isn’t enough cash flow to keep BB King’s at the Mirage from closing.

Credit: Las Vegas Review-Journal:

McCarran Airport Increasing Parking Rates

The economy parking at McCarran International Airport has been increased from $8 to $10.  Clark Department of Aviation states that the cost of the shuttle-bus service was more expensive to operate.

There was talk of building a parking garage, but the upfront cost of that was too expensive and running a shuttle service was going to be cheaper in the long run.

The airport is not going to close the lot until a resolution for the employee parking is figured out. McCarren Airport information – Tim O’Reiley at