Vegas Revealed is hosted by longtime broadcasters, Sean McAllister and Dayna Roselli. Both Sean and Dayna have a combined 40 years in the broadcasting industry, and have each worked 15 years on-air in Las Vegas. Each week, they will share their Las Vegas experiences, interview guests (performers, celebrities, insiders, longtime residents, and friends) about anything Las Vegas. Sean and Dayna will also share some of their useful Las Vegas tips. As longtime locals in the media industry, they have a lot of inside information! The show is recorded from The Entertainment Capital of the World.
Sean and Dayna visit a new and a classic restaurant on the Las Vegas strip and have some great tips for your next visit! FANTASY topless revue show celebrates 22 years on stage. Criss Angel hoists way up to the top of Allegiant Stadium for a heart stopping stunt at the Raiders game. Paris Hilton celebrates her bachelorette at Resorts World. Cirque's KA show is set to return. The Cosmopolitan Ice Rink will be back for the holiday season, with some new additions. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
The Global Gaming Expo returned to Las Vegas. The Palms Hotel Casino remains closed, but there's a recent development that means it is gearing up to open again. A new Station Casinos property is announced. The Durango will be located in southwest Las Vegas. Dayna checks out the new Spiegelworld restaurant at The Cosmopolitan and attends the Opium show. New Kids on The Block return with the Mixtape Tour in 2022, Usher adds more dates, Carlos Santana extends into 2022, and more! Plus, a cool Fall spot for cocktails and pictures, off the strip.Order your Las Vegas merchandise HERE! Vegas Revealed designs available, and much more. Find our entertainment reports on Highway Radio! Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas is changing hands. The owner sold the 3,000 room hotel casino for $5.65 billion! MGM Resorts International will pay $1.6 of that to operate the hotel. What does this mean? Sean and Dayna discuss it. Plus, the entertainment lineup in Las Vegas keeps expanding. Derek Hough's new dance show at The Venetian is on fire! And, Historic Water Street in Henderson has been revived. Sean and Dayna take a tour. Henderson is a quick drive from the Las Vegas strip. Find out what's unique and new there. This week's tips include COVID tests at the airport and road trips that are worth the drive. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
The USA is getting ready to open to UK travellers in November. This will allow them to visit Las Vegas again! Plus, SUSHISAMBA at the Venetian unveils a new Tree Lounge. Sean and Dayna talk to DJ Samantha Ronson on the red carpet about the evolution of the DJ in Las Vegas. Erika Jayne was also at the event. Sean and Dayna also talk about their weekend project that had them capturing video of Scott Disick, Mario Lopez, and DJ Pauly D at the new Sugar Factory on the strip. Tips include a new "naked" show, and a parking perk for veterans. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
The triple digits are behind us and that means it's the perfect time to visit Las Vegas! In fact, a new Ultra Pool opens at Sahara Las Vegas just in time. Plus, Donny Osmond's solo show at Harrah's Las Vegas "wows" Sean and Dayna! They explain why it's so good. The Las Vegas Raiders impress the country with a new stadium and an incredible Monday Night Football game. You build it, they will come. The stadium was packed! The team also requires vaccines to be inside Allegiant Stadium. NASCAR takes over the Las Vegas Motor Speedway next weekend. The National Association of Broadcasters conference cancels. The Main Street Station Casino opens up again in downtown Las Vegas. Immersive Van Gogh opens at Crystals at Aria. Sean and Dayna talk to the producer about what you can expect. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
"The Theater" is officially opening at Virgin Hotels. The lineup of concerts planned include Violent Femmes, Rancid, Machine Gun Kelly, and a residency by Journey. Sean and Dayna talk to AEG about the upgrades at this space, which used to be "The Joint" at the Hard Rock Hotel. Plus, you must go to the Starlight Lounge. It's on floor 66 at Resorts World. Dayna breaks down what it's like and what's up there. It's more than just a cocktail lounge. Sean checked out the Pepper store at the resort too! Zouk Nightclub is also getting ready to officially open on the Las Vegas strip. Plus, tips include Kevin Costner's band performing off the strip and a heads up about the limited hours at some places on the strip. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
How much do you spend on your Las Vegas trip? Sean and Dayna saw this discussion on a Las Vegas message board and it made them think. They discuss the different kinds of Vegas vacations you can have. Plus, Wynn Las Vegas debuts the new Overlook Lounge. The decor and cocktail program is next level! They talk to the resort mixologist about her unique twist on the menu. And, Sarah Hester Ross is debuting a new show at Notoriety in downtown Las Vegas. The social media star is already performing in the dueling piano bar at New York-New York, but now she's giving her own show a go! Brad Garrett's comedy club is moving locations, and Bruno Mars announces new dates. Sean and Dayna's tips include a show for the holiday season that features some broadway and American Idol stars, plus a new two-level restaurant on the strip. Order your Las Vegas merchandise HERE. Vegas Revealed design available, and much more. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
Legendary guitarist Carlos Santana is back at the House of Blues Las Vegas. Sean and Dayna spend some time talking to him about his career, his show, and his love of life. Plus, veteran food writer and friend, Al Mancini, has launched a new podcast called "Food and Loathing." Sean and Dayna chat with him about his new project and of course, talk food! Lady Gaga will return to the Park MGM with her Jazz and Piano show. And, Sean and Dayna hit the strip over the weekend, they have some thoughts on the system in place for paid parking at strip hotel casinos. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
The Governor of Nevada announced events and conventions over 4,000 can allow only vaccinated guests... and that means the masks can come off. Soon after, Allegiant Stadium and the Las Vegas Raiders put out a statement that they will adopt that rule. Several large conventions announced the same. Sean and Dayna break down what's happening with COVID and current mandates in Vegas. Plus, entertainment executive Alex Schechter from SPI Entertainment, talks to Sean and Dayna about how busy their shows have been. They are noticing huge demand and he breaks down why. Former podcast guest, Debbie Gibson releases her first new pop album in 20 years and what you can expect at Drag Brunch at The Garden Las Vegas. Order your Las Vegas merchandise HERE. Vegas Revealed design available, and much more.Listen to our Entertainment Reports on Highway Radio! Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
Many people are asking what Las Vegas is like during this second round of COVID mandates. Masks are on for all people indoors, but how are the crowds? Are people following the rules? Sean and Dayna update listeners. Plus, magician Xavier Mortimer opens a new show at The Strat. He talks to Vegas Revealed on the red carpet. Tips include two recommended restaurants that Sean and Dayna tried this week. They explain why they are so good and how you can get a reservation. Plus, the Bellagio prepares to auction off 11 Picassos! Where you can bid or watch online. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
Masks are now required for everyone in Las Vegas, whether you are vaccinated or not. The new rule applies to indoor spaces only. Sean and Dayna talk about the changes. They also discuss new shows and restaurants coming to Las Vegas. A huge music festival planned for May sold out in an hour. A second show has now been added. Lovers & Friends includes a stellar lineup and will have performances by Usher, Ludacris, TLC, Ciara, Lil Jon, Ashanti, Ja Rule, Lauryn Hill, and many more. Dayna chats with choreographer and dancer, Derek Hough, about his new show coming to the Venetian Las Vegas. She also talks to the stars of Potted Potter, a Harry Potter show at Bally's Las Vegas. Tips include Usher's VIP Ushh Backstory pre-party and Justin Bieber's announcement about an event coming to the Wynn Las Vegas. You can also listen to our entertainment reports on Highway Radio!Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
Sean and Dayna share their Las Vegas TOP 10! The Vegas Revealed hosts have lived in Las Vegas for more than 15 years and they have had a lot of celebrity encounters and "only in Vegas" moments. They have stories that involve the Jonas Brothers, Jennifer Coolidge, Floyd Mayweather, Brad Pitt, Cindy Crawford, Barry Manilow and more. Order your Las Vegas merchandise HERE. Vegas Revealed design available, and much more.You can also listen to our entertainment reports on Highway Radio!Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
Las Vegas is back to masking up, well, the employees anyway. If you visit a resort casino you will see the staff wearing masks. This ruling goes until August 17th. Plus, a handful of concert tours are stopping in Las Vegas. John Mayer, The Killers, Harry Styles, and more. Bruno Mars postpones shows at the Park Theater and a number of new shows announce a return. Usher debuts his show at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. Plus, Sean chats with Myron Martin, the President and CEO of The Smith Center for Performing Arts. Shows will once again take the stage this fall. The Smith Center has been closed for a long time, but the broadway calendar is out! In this week's Las Vegas tips... Sean and Dayna answer a listener question about what he "must" do when he comes to town this fall. Find our entertainment reports on Highway Radio! Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
Illusionist Criss Angel is back on stage at Planet Hollywood. He is also getting ready to open a new restaurant north of Las Vegas in Moapa Valley. Sean and Dayna travel to CABLP (Criss Angel's Breakfast Lunch Pizza) to find out what his new restaurant is all about! Plus, Criss talks about a new show he's doing with Franco Dragone. There are several new shows announced in Las Vegas this week. There's also a new restaurant sports venue that opened at Virgin Hotels. Sean attended the Garth Brooks show at Allegiant Stadium. There have been many videos circulating of all the people entering and exiting the show. Sean has tips on parking and concessions. He also has his take on how the show sounded. Order your Las Vegas merchandise HERE. Vegas Revealed design available, and much more.You can also listen to our entertainment reports on Highway Radio!Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
Sean and Dayna talk to Las Vegas Raiders president, Marc Badain. They discuss Allegiant Stadium finally being open to the public. Huge shows and events are scheduled in the months ahead, that includes Las Vegas Raiders football and UNLV football. Other events set to take place include Garth Brooks, the WWE Summerslam, and more. Badain talks about what "firsts" Allegiant Stadium has and how it's set up. Plus, Nevada gaming numbers are in for May and it was a record breaker in the billions! Also, Caesars Palace gets ready to upgrade its front entrance, more on what that means for you. Order your Las Vegas merchandise HERE. Vegas Revealed design available, and much more.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
Rocker Sammy Hagar announced his first Las Vegas residency at The Strat Hotel, Casino, and SkyPod. He made the announcement at the top of the Strat and says his show will be called, "Sammy Hagar and Friends." Sean and Dayna talk to him about the new show and what "friends" will join him. Station Casinos is celebrating the company's 45th anniversary. They have many casinos across the Las Vegas valley like Red Rock, Green Valley Ranch, and Palace Station. Sean and Dayna talk to the VP of Guest Experience at Red Rock about what they offer and how they have made an impact. There are also a lot of specials this month. Cirque Du Soleil returns to the stage on the strip. Plus, Sean and Dayna travel to Allegiant Stadium to try out the food that will be offered once events and football season kicks off! They also chat about the Resorts World VIP party. Order your Las Vegas merchandise HERE. Vegas Revealed design available, and much more.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
Resorts World Las Vegas is now officially open. Vegas Revealed got access inside the new resort casino BEFORE it opened to the public. Watch the video here. Sean and Dayna have a handful of interviews in this podcast! Great information and details about Gatsby's Cocktail Lounge, Fred Segal (which will sell items from the Kardashian Kloset,) Pepper retail store, and the luxurious and colorful Rolls Royce display. Sean and Dayna also talk to the Las Vegas company, Trustfall Production Group, who is in charge of all the incredible LED screens you will see throughout the 4.3 billion dollar property. Sean and Dayna also answer listener questions from social media. They found all the answers! Order your Las Vegas merchandise HERE. Vegas Revealed design available, and much more. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
Sean and Dayna head backstage to chat with Las Vegas' longest running headliner, Frank Marino. He stars in Legends in Concert at the Tropicana Las Vegas, which is now Vegas' longest running show. Legends features tribute artists that sing all the favorites with a live band and dancers. They also broadcast from the Hard Rock Cafe's 50th anniversary event. The Hard Rock Cafe on the strip has a patio, restaurant, rock shop, and performance space. Also announced this week, the lineup for the iHeart Music Festival and a new location for the daytime concert. Two shows also announced for Caesars Palace. Plus, a parking idea and a new Brazilian Steakhouse on the strip in Sean and Dayna's tips of the week. Order your Las Vegas merchandise HERE. Vegas Revealed design available, and much more. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
Fourth of July fireworks will go off on the Las Vegas strip at 11 p.m. this year. It will show the world that, Vegas is back! The coordinated fireworks will be launched from resort casino rooftops. The first ever rock concert was announced at the brand new Allegiant Stadium this summer, and America's Got Talent is coming to the strip too! The T-Mobile Arena fills up for the first time with over 18,000 people watching the NHL playoffs, live. Plus, the first big in-person convention hits Las Vegas, and it's a hopeful sign of things to come. Order your Las Vegas merchandise HERE. Vegas Revealed design available, and much more. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
Las Vegas is now at 100 percent capacity! It started on June 1st. Dayna attended a round table discussion with women restaurant owners and shares how they are feeling after a long, tough year. Plus, Executive Chef, Nicole Brisson talks about her new Italian restaurant opening at Resorts World. It's called Brezza, and it sounds beautiful and delicious! You can see Sean on episode one of Gordon Ramsay's Hell's Kitchen this season on Fox. He welcomes the new contestants to the Hell's Kitchen Museum. Sean and Dayna also discuss all the new shows that were announced and the live music that has returned downtown and off the strip at bars and casinos. Paid parking has returned at some properties too. The list of tips is long this week! Tons of useful information if you live or visit Las Vegas. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
Memorial Day weekend is known as the "unofficial" start to summer. Las Vegas traffic has picked up and we are already seeing the crowds! Plus, the first big event happened in downtown recently... 10,000 people turned out to see Deadmau5 at the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center. A handful of big headliners announce they will return to Vegas for shows. Some of the smaller shows move out. Sean and Dayna also discuss the latest news about USA and UK travel. The monorail opens back up too. There's so much to talk about this episode! Order your Las Vegas merchandise HERE. Vegas Revealed design available, and much more. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
Buffets are back! That may not seem like a normal headline, but for Las Vegas, it's a big deal. Many visitors love to hit the buffet at least once per trip. Sean and Dayna check out the Caesars Palace Bacchanal Buffet which just had its grand opening. Other buffet openings have been announced too. They answer your questions about how it will work post-COVID and more. Plus, Caesars Entertainment has closed down many of its smaller showrooms and some longtime entertainers are looking for a place to perform. Sean and Dayna also clear up the mask or no mask question. And, Resorts World performers like Celine Dion and Carrie Underwood have already added extra shows to their schedule. Order your Las Vegas merchandise HERE. Vegas Revealed design available, and much more. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
Nevada adopts the CDC guidance that fully vaccinated people do not need to wear masks indoors. What does this mean for Las Vegas resort/casinos? Plus, Debbie Gibson and Joey McIntyre announce new show at the Venetian Las Vegas. Sean and Dayna sit down with Gibson at her Vegas home studio to discuss the limited engagement shows and her new pop music coming out soon! Get your tickets HERE. Gibson also shares some of her Las Vegas favorites. Sean tours the new Allegiant Stadium and shares some of the highlights, plus Resorts World announces show dates for Celine Dion, Carrie Underwood, Katy Perry, and Luke Bryan. Order your Las Vegas merchandise HERE. Vegas Revealed design available, and much more. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
There's no doubt, Las Vegas is getting busier as the world tries to get back to normal. Dayna noticed a lot of people at the airport, mid-week. In Las Vegas news, the Palms Hotel Casino was bought this week, Resorts World announced a cryptocurrency partnership, and more shows are coming back or stopping in Vegas. Plus, the Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace opens later in May! Also, LuvSeats just partnered with the Las Vegas Aviators baseball team as its exclusive in-game seat exchange. You may wonder, how it all works... Sean and Dayna talk to the CEO and co-founder, Darcy Silver. Order your Las Vegas merchandise HERE! Vegas Revealed designs available, and much more. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman talks to Sean and Dayna about what's new in downtown and the improvements they have made in recent years. Goodman discusses her love for the city and her passion for getting people back to work and visitors downtown. There are new restaurants, brewery row, shops and a new resort casino. Goodman has been very passionate about getting the city back open after COVID shutdown the state last year. Sean and Dayna also talk about a number of show and concert announcements that came out this week, including Bruno Mars, Marc Anthony, Carlos Santana, Joe Rogan, and Dave Chapelle. Plus, the March gaming numbers are in and the Nevada numbers are more than one billion! Order your Las Vegas merchandise HERE. Vegas Revealed design available, and much more. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
Las Vegas is getting ready to open its first mega resort on the strip in more than 10 years. Sean and Dayna talk to the Resorts World President, Scott Sibella, about all the details. It opens on June 24th. They discuss what makes this resort casino different from the others on the strip, the entertainment, the restaurants, nightlife, shopping and more. Resorts World never stopped construction through COVID, Sibella says they are ready! The resort casino debuted a new commercial this week that features Katy Perry, Carrie Underwood, Celine Dion, Luke Bryan, Tiesto, and Zedd. Shop our new merchandise store! Everything Las Vegas and Vegas Revealed for our Las Vegas lovers! We have t-shirts, masks, coffee mugs, hoodies, and more. Shop HERE.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
Las Vegas will open to 100 percent capacity starting June 1st, since COVID numbers have gone down. Some resorts on the strip are encouraging their employees to get their vaccine. One of them has a big incentive! Plus, Resorts World locks in another celebrity resident DJ for the nightclub and dayclub. Results of this week's twitter poll show how hard you are ready to party since things are starting to open up. Sean and Dayna share a new taxi app that might come in handy if you visit Las Vegas, since Ubers are hard to get these days. Plus, how you can play Vegas Bingo on your phone and earn resort rewards. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
Las Vegas is taking an upturn! Sean and Dayna have all the scoop. Get ready for updates on Resorts World latest headliner announcement, The MSG Sphere construction project, Sahara Las Vegas' new pool and restaurants, and information on shows returning to the strip. Sean and Dayna also tour the new Worre Studios in Las Vegas. It's a state-of-the-art facility that will blow you away! They interview the President, Larry Smith. You have to listen to this! Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
Las Vegas is back! Many are saying and seeing this. Images and statistics are rolling out that show Las Vegas tourism is kicking up again. Spring break is here, March Madness is here, and the strip and downtown are getting busy again. Vaccinations are also being administered at a fast pace. Sean and Dayna share their experience getting the 1st and 2nd dose of the Pfizer vaccine. Plus, Chef Jamie Tran of The Black Sheep restaurant competes on Bravo's Top Chef. The season kicks of on April 1st. Chef Tran shares her experience on the show. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
Singer Tiffany is in Las Vegas for a live stream and show in front of an audience. You may know her from her classic song, "I Think We're Alone Now," but she is debuting brand new music. Sean and Dayna talk to her about what she's been up to, what her new music is like, and some of her favorite spots in Las Vegas. There's also tons of Las Vegas updates, so much to talk about. The city is now allowed to have up to 50 percent capacity as COVID numbers go down across the state. There have also been some recent star sightings as people start to visit!Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
This time, last year... everything changed. It was also the first time since 1963 that Las Vegas experienced a total shutdown. Resort casinos went dark. Sean and Dayna look back and play excerpts from their podcast exactly one year ago. You can hear in the segments that there was concern, but also that nobody thought it would be this bad or last this long. Guests on that show were financial analyst, Steve Budin, who talked about what economic hits COVID-19 could have on Las Vegas and the world. Sean and Dayna also talked to Jon Kilb, who was in town to watch March Madness basketball games, but told fans could no longer attend. Sean and Dayna also share results of this week's twitter question, "how do you feel about returning to festivals this year? Is it something you are comfortable doing?" Listeners sound off! Plus, some great tips about where to look for good restaurants on the strip. They aren't always located off the casino. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
A Miami official is telling people to come to Las Vegas for spring break instead of Miami Beach. The Vegas Golden Knights let fans watch the game in person, for the first time in a year! Sean is there to experience it and shares his first hand account. Virgin Hotels is getting ready to open and the resort casino says it will not have resort fees, parking will be free, and Wifi will be included. Sands sells off the Venetian and Palazzo for billions of dollars. Resorts World Las Vegas opens this summer, and many are saying it will be a non-smoking property. Sean and Dayna ask listeners to chime in and share their thoughts. Plus, two great tips which include a winery and live music. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
The topless revue show, FANTASY, is back on stage at the Luxor in Las Vegas. Sean and Dayna talk to associate producer and dancer, Mariah Rivera and award winning choreographer and producer of FANTASY, Anita Mann. The two talk about the challenges the production had to go through in order to get back on stage during the pandemic, what it was like to reunite, and what audiences can expect. Sean and Dayna also reveal a social media poll they did asking people if they will visit Las Vegas this year. Las Vegas did make Expedia's list for top spring break destinations. Plus, what some entertainers have done to stay afloat during the year with COVID-19 shutdowns. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
Omega Mart at Area 15 is officially open. It's created by Meow Wolf which is already popular in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The attraction takes you into a futuristic world full of art and installations. Plus, MGM Resorts says it will open all its hotel casinos 24/7 in March. Las Vegas shows return to the strip and COVID restrictions loosen up. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
Everyone is talking about Britney Spears because of the recent release of a documentary called, "Framing Britney Spears." Sean and Dayna give their take on the latest conversation, plus Sean interviewed Britney at Planet Hollywood and talks about his experience. Sean and Dayna also talk about the latest changes in Las Vegas when it comes to COVID-19 restrictions. The Governor is allowing capacity up to 50 percent starting March 15th. This paves the way for entertainment to return on the strip, and more people can be here for March Madness. Sean and Dayna travel to the Museum of Dream Space, now open at The Venetian. The rooms have different themes and will create the perfect "cool" picture setting for you. Manager, Gabriella Diaz chats with Vegas Revealed. Sean and Dayna also visit Crimson in Bloom at Red Rock Resort Casino. A new spring attraction! Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
Las Vegas is a popular destination for Hawaiians. They visit often and many people move here permanently, which is why Vegas is known as the 9th Island. Hawaii currently doesn't allow gaming, but a proposal to build the island's first resort casino is on the table. Sean and Dayna talk to KITV4 Hawaii anchor and reporter, Tom George, to get some more details on where this stands. Also, more shows and concerts are announced for 2021 and 2022 in Las Vegas, new buildings and resorts are almost finished, and the Super Bowl provides for a busy weekend on the strip. Book Jeff Diamond:https://www.jeffdiamondmusic.comhttps://www.gigsalad.com/jeff_diamond_friendsSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
Las Vegas sees snow! It's rare but it happened. Many do not realize Las Vegas has a ski resort about 45 minutes away from the strip. Sean and Dayna talk to the Jim Seely from Lee Canyon. They are excited about how much snow they got up on the mountain. Find out what safety protocols are in place and what they offer. Also, Jeff Diamond is a longtime performer in Las Vegas and he shares some stories from the past and his connection to the stage. He's known as the Human Jukebox! Diamond also offers up performances in a singing SkypeGram! He does special performances for weddings, home concerts, special occasions, and more. Plus, Elon Musk visits Las Vegas recently and shares a picture, and the Vegas 2020 visitor numbers are in. Book Jeff Diamond:https://www.jeffdiamondmusic.comhttps://www.gigsalad.com/jeff_diamond_friendsIf you want to start a podcast, sign up for Buzzsprout. Use our referral code and get a $20 Amazon gift card. Use this link: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=710207 Listen to Conversations with Matt Goss to hear Matt's full interview with Larry Ruvo, available February 1st.https://conversationswithmattgoss.buzzsprout.com/Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
Sean and Dayna visit Mott 32 restaurant at The Venetian Resort to check out their Chinese New Year menu. They interview General Manager, Nathan Grates, who has been running the restaurant for years. He says he's not the typical guy you'd expect to run this restaurant, but he loves it! They discuss the menu, the culture, and Las Vegas right now. Sean and Dayna also have a list of facts that will WOW you about the new Bellagio Conservatory Chinese New Year display. And, boxing champ Floyd Mayweather plans to buy a longtime roller skating rink in Las Vegas. Plus, a foodie tour that gives back! You may want to book for Valentine's Day.Do you want to start a podcast? Sign up for Buzzsprout to make it easy. Use THIS LINK and get a $20 Amazon gift card when you purchase a low-cost monthly account. Buzzsprout does it all for you! Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
Siegfried Fischbacher, famously known as being one half of the legendary stage act, Siegfried and Roy, passed away at the age of 81. The duo had the biggest illusion act on the Las Vegas strip at The Mirage for many years. Roy lost his battle with COVID-19 months ago in 2020. Sean and Dayna talk to Las Vegas Review-Journal entertainment columnist, John Katsilometes about their impact on the entertainment capital of the world. Kats also gets you up to date on all the live entertainment happenings on and off the strip. Sean and Dayna discuss some cool gadgets coming out of this year's CES show. The Vegas Golden Knights start a new season. Plus, a great restaurant deal and a nice park just off the strip in their secret tips. Sign up for a podcaster account on Buzzsprout, it's so easy! Use THIS LINK and get a $20 Amazon gift card. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
Vegas Revealed talks one-on-one with Gordon Ramsay himself! Hell's Kitchen is back on Fox and Season 19 is set in Las Vegas. It's always fun listening to what Ramsay has to say about the show and much more... he never holds back! Ramsay is also looking to live in Las Vegas part time. Caesars Palace is home to his first Hell's Kitchen restaurant. Sean and Dayna also discuss popular wedding dates for 2021. The Marriage Bureau and Vegas Chapels are gearing up for a good year. Sean and Dayna recently visited a few chapels and talk to the County Clerk about the Wedding Capital of The World. Want to start a podcast? Use Buzzsprout! It's so easy! Sign up for a paid monthly membership that includes everything you need and use this referral link. You will get a $20 Amazon card!Go here: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=710207Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=UCMULZYF325PL)
Welcome to Season 2 of Vegas Revealed! Singer/Songwriter Matt Goss hasn't been on stage in 10 months since the strip shutdown. He's headlined showrooms in Las Vegas at The Palms, Caesars Palace and The Mirage over an 11 year span. Goss shares some great Vegas stories, how he feels about the current situation with entertainment and its future, he talks about new music he's releasing soon, and why he recently released a new podcast called "Conversations with Matt Goss." Goss also shares three Las Vegas tips!! Sean and Dayna discuss the crowds that visited Las Vegas on New Year's Eve.Create your own podcast! It's easy with Buzzsprout. Use our referral link and you will receive a $20 gift card from Amazon after two months of use.
What's new in Las Vegas as 2020 comes to an end. Sean and Dayna have updated details on the virtual countdown from Las Vegas. They also discuss the dramatically low room rates on the strip. Plus, the Rio Las Vegas opens but the Mirage will shutdown during the week starting January 4th. Also, an update on what shows are running currently. Sean and Dayna also share their Christmas Day experience at restaurants on the strip. If you want to create a podcast, try Buzzsprout! Sean and Dayna share how easy it is to start up, plus you can use this link to sign up and get a $20 Amazon gift card! Sign up here: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=710207
Backstreet Boy, Nick Carter, has been very busy! He just finished up The Masked Singer, he released a new song called "80's Movie," and he has new music on the way. That also includes a song with the Backstreet Boys! Sean and Dayna talk to Carter about all of this and find out that the Backstreet Boys will most likely return to the Las Vegas strip! Carter also discusses the importance of the Cure 4 The Kids Foundation and what he's doing to bring awareness to the organization. Sean and Dayna ask Carter for his Las Vegas tips since he lives here now. He talks about two places he loves to eat!
There may not be fireworks over the strip this year in Las Vegas but virtual plans will allow everyone across the world to watch something spectacular! It includes, "blowing up" 2020! Sean and Dayna have all the details and how you can watch. Plus, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority take over the monorail, and the NEW Convention Center looks incredible! Magician and longtime headliner, Lance Burton, retires to his home state of Kentucky and leaves a moving message on his Facebook page about Las Vegas. Also, new developments downtown that will connect you to The Plaza Hotel Casino. Hear from The Plaza's CEO Jonathan Jossel about how this will boost the Fremont area. In Sean and Dayna's tips, Las Vegas deals that you can't pass up and the debate about food app delivery.
There's a lot to see in Las Vegas right now. Holiday displays are up in full force. The COVID-19 pause isn't stopping hotel casinos from displaying their fabulous holiday decorations. Plus, longtime entertainment reporter and film critic, Rachel Smith, joins Sean and Dayna to talk about new movies and shows to watch at home. Smith recently interviewed James Corden about the new Netflix movie, The Prom. She also talked to Vince Vaughn about his latest film called, Freaky. Plus, actress Jane Seymour and Cheech Marin star in The War with Grandpa. You will hear from all of them! Sean, Dayna, and Rachel also chat about their favorite holiday movies.
COVID numbers have forced more changes in Las Vegas. The Governor is only allowing 25 percent occupancy in casinos and restaurants. Showrooms can only take in 50 people, instead of 250. The changes have been put in place for 3 weeks, and at that time, more decisions will be made. This has forced some shows to close again, and others have agreed to stick it out. Sean and Dayna go over the latests changes and what they mean for the strip. Donny Osmond also announces his first solo-residency at Harrah's Las Vegas. Plus, The Nutcracker ballet will not take to the stage this holiday season, but the Nevada Ballet Theater comes up with a different idea. There will be a television event instead! Sean and Dayna talk to the NBT's Artistic Director, Roy Kaiser. Some great tips this week from Sean and Dayna too! Unique small businesses and a newly discovered drink!
The Venetian Resort announced the return of live entertainment with “This is Christmas!" It's a holiday show with a cast of Broadway stars and “American Idol” finalists, it kicks off on November 27th. Singers Ben Stone and Jasmine Trias are both in the show. They live in Las Vegas and have performed all over the world. Stone is from the UK, and Trias comes from Hawaii. Sean and Dayna travel to the Venetian Theater to interview the couple. Also, Gordon Ramsay's Hell's Kitchen returns to television in January. It takes place in Las Vegas. Sean has some insider details. Plus, a longtime Cirque du Soleil show closes for good... and more shows are starting to open on the strip. Sean and Dayna also discuss how COVID-19 is currently taking a toll on Las Vegas.
Las Vegas is the scene of a new film called Stealing Chaplin. The movie had its premiere in Las Vegas at the Suncoast theater. Mr. Las Vegas himself is in the movie. Sean and Dayna talk with Wayne Newton on the red carpet. His wife and daughter are also in the film. They also chat with producer and lead actor, Simon Phillips and producer/actor Ken Bressers. Sean and Dayna also go over what's happening in Las Vegas leading up to the holidays. Caesars Entertainment also announced that the Rio will open just in time for the World Series of Poker.
There are so many ways that Las Vegas hotel casinos are improving safety, and a lot of it has to do with new technology. Sean shares his experience at the Downtown Grand, mobile apps guide you through your entire stay, from check-in to check-out. Caesars has a mobile food ordering program. You can have food delivered to wherever you are on property, or you can pick it up. MGM Resorts has digital keys that get you to your room, which means you can bypass the front desk altogether... and much more. Off the strip, Station Casinos properties have stepped it up with high-tech gaming. Sean and Dayna go on location to Red Rock Casino Resort Spa to talk to Dustin Boshers, the Director of Table Games. They discuss the Electronic Table Games and PlayOn Game Tech. Plus, Sean and Dayna's tips include holiday events in Las Vegas that kick up soon! A winter pop-up bar just off the strip and a new holiday show at The Venetian.