Celebrate Hard Rock Cafe’s Anniversary and Vegas Golden Knights Victory

An emoticon guide to Las Vegas’ top headlines

By Melissa Gill

Eat juicy burgers for only 71 cents and charge your car at Station Casinos for free.


Burgers Under A Buck For Hard Rock Cafe’s Anniversary


🍔  🎸  🎉  On Monday, June 14, Hard Rock Cafe turns 50 in London. To celebrate this milestone, the cafe will be selling their Country Burger for 71 cents from 11 a.m. to noon and 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. on their anniversary. Remedy, a local rock band, will be playing everything from classic hits from the 70s to modern music from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m.

In honor of this special occasion, soccer star, Lionel Messi, teamed up with Hard Rock Cafe to create commemorative merch. When guests purchase any Messi merchandise, they will receive two free tickets to an upcoming Las Vegas Lights game. Plus five percent of any Messi item purchased from the Hard Rock Cafe will go to benefit Las Vegas-based charitable organization, Tomorrow’s Star Foundation. The foundation helps underprivileged children youth in the Clark County School District.

Grab an unbeatable burger special to cure the Monday Blues!

Victorious Vegas Golden Knights Advance to Semifinals


🏒 ⛸ 🏆 In Game 6 of the West Division Final, Vegas Golden Knights closed out Colorado Avalanche with a 6-3 win on Thursday, June 10, says The Las Vegas Review-Journal. The Knights are a step closer to reaching the cup. Fans of the Vegas team celebrate this glorious triumph while highly anticipating their next game against the Canadiens at T-Mobile Arena on June 14 at 6 p.m.  

In a Tweet, McCrimmon comments on traits that help the team achieve victory.

Go Knights Go!


America’s Got Talent Live Show Comes to the Vegas Strip


🎤  🎭 💃 On November 4 at the Luxor Hotel and Casino, America’s Got Talent Las Vegas Live will perform twice a night for five days a week and feature entertainers from the television show, says FOX5 Las Vegas News. A variety spectacle like AGT has Vegas written all over it. They could not have picked a better city to showcase a collection of magicians, vocalists and acrobats. As this arrangement seems like the ideal fit for both the production and the tourism draw in Vegas, producer Simon Cowell expressed his enthusiasm for this “dream come true” moment on Twitter.


Complimentary Car Charging Now Available at Station Casinos


🚗  ⛽  🎰  When guests visit Station Casinos, they now can juice up their car at the free charging stations. Station Casinos partnered up with Rexel Energy Solutions and installed 30 electronic vehicle (EV) charging stations at its six properties in Las Vegas. The ChargePoint CT4000 stations will include dual ports and can fully charge some vehicles in less than four hours. For guests with these types of vehicles, this is a great perk that will save them both time and energy after spending hours at the resort. The 30 charging stations can accommodate up to 60 vehicles. To find out where all the stations are visit here.

#QOTD & #WOTD


🗣 ⚾   🙌  Mets baseball player, Jacob deGrom, goes viral reaching 100K in a single season, according to ESPN stats & info on Twitter. Read the full quote below.



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