An emoticon guide to Las Vegas’ top headlines
By Melissa Gill
Catch Zowie Bowie on stage at Fremont and go all in on your sports bets at Circa.
Free Concerts on Fremont Street Return
???? ???? ???? Beginning on June 1 at 12:01 a.m., live music will be back on all three stages on Fremont Street, says KTNV 13 News. Tourists and locals alike can rock out once again downtown to a variety of bands. The Fremont Street Experience entertainment is a Las Vegas staple and we’re happy to have it back. Fans of local iconic bands like Zowie Bowie, Alter Ego and Spandex Nation can experience the pulsing energy and sing along to their favorite songs with local artists. For the live entertainment schedule starting next month, visit here.
You’ve been asking as we have all been waiting.— Fremont Street Exp (@FSELV) May 26, 2021
We are thrilled to present to you our official LIVE MUSIC lineup kicking things off at 12:01 am on June 1st.
Who’s ready to party like rock stars!?
For the full lineup visit https://t.co/K1H01ferVP pic.twitter.com/b43ogvxzF3
Andre Agassi’s Home’s for Sale (Yes, there’s a Tennis Court)
???? ???? ???? According to Las Vegas Review-Journal, eight time Grand Slam Champion and Olympic gold medalist, Andre Agassi’s 4,573 square-foot home with a private tennis court (4944 Spanish Heights Drive) is on the market with a price tag of $2.93 Million. For tennis fans, this sounds like the utmost dream come true.
A Spring Valley home owned by tennis great @AndreAgassi is listed for sale → https://t.co/3u8VXcXBIw pic.twitter.com/LUaXrQqLYG— Las Vegas Review-Journal (@reviewjournal) May 28, 2021
Realtor.com says this two-story home has four bedrooms, a swimming pool and spa, a two-sided fireplace dividing the living room and the dining room, a balcony overlooking the pool and more. This luxurious house looks fit for royalty. Although it was built in 1993, the features appear modern and chic. For more details on the property, visit here.
LA’s Golden Bird Chicken Flocks to Vegas
???? ???? ???? A new food haven has opened in Las Vegas, Golden Bird Chicken. This new restaurant serves “thick, savory” fried chicken that is “ridiculously juicy,” say Las Vegas Weekly, with roots originally from Detroit. The source says that in the 1950s the food joint expanded into multiple locations including our neighbor, LA. The featured photos of the crispy chicken, soft rolls and corn on the cob are mouth watering.
With summer rolling into Sin City, there’s nothing quite like diving into a fingerlicking good plate of fried chicken. Visit their new spot on 3244 E. Desert Inn Road. They are open daily from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Watch this TikTok foodie, Misohungry, show us a glimpse of Golden Bird Chicken’s LA location to get a glimpse of what we now have in Las Vegas. It’s her last stop in the video so be sure to watch it until the end.
South Central LA food adventure + ????fried chicken spot! ????@twaydabae @yungfoodbeast #southcentral #la #losangeles #FallAesthetic #DoggyAnthem #好吃♬ Blue Blood – Heinz Kiessling & Various Artists
Bet at Circa for the Ultimate Sports Jackpot
???? ???? ???? The Las Vegas Sun says that Circa Resort & Casino owner, Derek Stevens announced that they are increasing their sports winnings for its two popular National Football League (NFL) contests, Circa Millions III and Circa Survivor, for prizes totaling $10 million.
THE WAIT IS OVER! ????????????— Circa Sports (@CircaSports) May 27, 2021
Here are @DerekJStevens @MikePalmCirca and @JeffreyBenson12 with our #CircaSportsMillion and #CircaSurvivor football contest details including $10 MILLION in guaranteed prizes!
To enter the Circa Millions contest it will cost participants $1,000 “with 100% of fees slated to go back to contestants,” according to the article. To play, sports bettors are required to pick five games against the spread for each week of the NFL season. The contest guarantees $4 million dollars in payouts and $1 million more than last season.
For those interested in entering the Circa Survivor contest, this also costs $1000 to play and has a total $6 million dollar payout, but requires every player to pick one team each week to win and the same team cannot be chosen more than once, says The Las Vegas Sun. Place your bets and goodluck! Maybe if you win, you can put it towards buying Agassi’s dreamy home.
Slip into a “Neon Dream” this Memorial Day Weekend
???? ???? ???? WYD this Memorial Day weekend? AREA15’s hosting a psychedelic party “Neon Dream” on May 29 with mesmerizing entertainers that will roam around, sounds spinning by DJs Marques Wyatt and Ray Kash, Soul in the Machine and live bands will be rocking outside in the A-Lot.
Every ticket to this event also includes access to “Wink World: Portals Into the Infinite,” “Museum Fiasco” and “Brainstorm.” Enjoy food, music and entertainment starting at 9 p.m. The cover charge of the event is $35. If you want more ideas on ways to celebrate your extended weekend, we’ve got you covered here.
#QOTD + #WOTD
???? ???? ???? On Twitter Governor Sisolak expresses his excitement on how Las Vegas is coming back to life and motivates Nevadans to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
“We are coming back!
I want to encourage all Nevadans who have not yet done so to get their #COVID19 vaccine as we continue to safely and responsib[ly] reopen our economy and get back to what we love.”
We are coming back!— Governor Sisolak (@GovSisolak) May 28, 2021
I want to encourage all Nevadans who have not yet done so to get their #COVID19 vaccine as we continue to safely and responsible reopen our economy and get back to what we love. #3millionreasons https://t.co/rWlubzLEwV
Let’s snack on some chicken and journey into a “Neon Dream” this weekend!