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If you‘re counting venues, it hardly makes sense. Why build another 5,000-seat concert hall when we already have three. (The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel and the Axis at Planet Hollywood). Or five, if you lower the seating capacity to about 3,000 and add The Pearl at the Palms and Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan. Sure, you throw in the House of Blues and Brooklyn Bowl. If you‘re counting corporations, the number "two" is a little easier to grasp for last week‘s announcement of a new theater at the Monte Carlo. Two gaming companies own most of the hotels on the Strip. And one of them, MGM Resorts, didn‘t have a midsize concert venue. The company owns six properties less than a mile‘s walk from the Monte Carlo and plans to tear down the theater that hosted Lance Burton and, for the past three years, the Blue Man Group. It will be replaced by a 5,000-seat theater , tied in to a new 20,000-seat arena and the retail promenade connecting that arena to the Strip. While MGM has been more focused on the concert industry‘s drift to outdoor festivals — developing fairground sites on both ends of the Strip (The Monte Carlo theater won‘t be a partnership with any single promoter, MGM executives say. Either way, midsize halls have become the new normal for the concert industry. Big enough to guarantee a good payday, but "not so huge it‘s beyond (the) abilities‘ of the artists to fill it, Gary Bongiovanni of the concert industry trade bible Pollstar noted last year. Which, ahem, brings us to the downsizing of two resident shows on the Strip and a possible new normal for Las Vegas shows. The new Monte Carlo means moving the Blue Man Group from its 1,274-seat venue to the 830-seat theater created for the Jabbawockeez at the Luxor. The Jabbawockeez in turn will bounce down to the roughly 250-seat Beacher‘s Madhouse at the MGM Grand. Producer Jeff Beacher will continue to operate his club with environmental performers on Saturday nights but apparently no longer has to worry about "Fun The Show," a long-promised but never-delivered early-evening show. Nothing about this round of musical chairs flies in the face of what we all seem to understand about present-day Las Vegas entertainment: People want to see names, not shows. (Or names doing a show, if you look at the production-heavy formats for Mariah Carey and the like). If 1,200 seats were a typical venue size. Source: www.reviewjournal.com
With the deadline having come and gone for submission of expansion applications, only two newcomers are standing in the queue: Quebec City and Las Vegas. Notably absent is Seattle, where the ongoing struggles between three competing groups of potential owners have scuttled any opportunity. at least for now. There are calls for the three groups to consolidate their efforts, which would make the potential $1 billion investment ($500 million in arena costs, $500 million in expansion fee) more attainable. Also absent from the table are any interests supporting a second Toronto-area franchise. That, of course, is a veritable hornet's nest of political intrigue, which we'll defer for later discussion. Las Vegas is obviously no surprise, given the well publicized season ticket drive and NHL-backed hype over recent months. Neither is Quebec City, where a new venue is well under way and a palatable hunger for NHL hockey is evident. May shops in the city still carry Quebec Nordiques gear, and with the number of those sweaters seen on the streets, you would swear that the city still had an NHL squad in residence. So, clearly these are the two best prepared cities to participate in expansion. Given the fact that the application fee is $10 million, with $2 million non-refundable, this is one of those ventures that you really need to be sure about before tossing your hat into the ring. As we all know, the process of expansion is not a peaceful frolic down a country lane. As solid as the two candidates this time around are, stuff happens. Political alliances shift, fiscal fortunes reverse and what looked so good on paper can start crumbling when you least expect it. Columbus is no stranger to this sequence of events, having seen its promising bid apparently die at the ballot box,... However, for purposes of our current discussion, let's assume that the Quebec City and Las Vegas bids go smoothly, and enter the NHL on schedule. This brings us to the always-entertaining topics of alignment and schedule. Since the league doubled in size from six to twelve teams in 1967, few topics have generated more heated debate than alignment and scheduling. The fact that hockey, by its very nature and history, is a sport with roots to the North and East in North America inherently skews any attempted geographical. Source: www.jacketscannon.com
It’s Seafair Weekend on the water, land and in the air at the Hydroplane Races and Air Show Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 31-Aug. Colorful hydroplanes racing on Lake Washington, a local tradition since 1951, draw thousands of spectators in boats and onshore for qualifying races leading up to Sunday’s Seafair Cup championship race. Genesee Park and the surrounding area will be full of activities, including Kids Zone, hydroplane display and drivers autograph booth, military village, a cooking stage, food court and three beer, wine and spirits gardens. Mainstage entertainment will feature Navy Band Northwest daily, UW and WSU marching bands Saturday and Seattle Sounders Sound Wave Sunday. Weekend themes are Family Day Activities Friday. College Zone Spirit Day Saturday. and Seattle Sports Day Sunday, celebrating the Mariners, Sounders, Reign and Seahawks and featuring a 12th Man Hydroplane. Blankets or folding chairs for seating come in handy, though many spectators simply sit on the grass or stand near the lake. Grandstand seating is available at an extra charge. Fans are welcome to bring outside food and beverages but no alcohol. Pets and firearms are also prohibited. Tours of Stan Sayres Pits, with up-close views of the hydros, are available daily with purchase of a Pit Pass. closed-toed shoes are required in the Pits. Let’s get to what everyone wants to know — when do the U. S. Navy Blue Angels perform and when will I-90 be closed for their shows. The Blues take their spectacular precision show to the air above Lake Washington at 1:40 p. m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, starring in the daily Air Show that also features aircraft from the Flying Heritage Collection, the Air National Guard, U.... The I-90 bridge is scheduled to be closed to traffic and pedestrians from 11:50 a. m. to 2:40 p. m. all three days, though times may vary somewhat. If you’re a casual fan and/or on a tight budget, Seafair Weekend admission is free Friday. Discounted advance tickets for Saturday and Sunday are available online through Friday, July 31. Military members with ID are admitted free daily, with a special $10 rate for their family members. Parking is extremely limited in the area. on-site parking is $35 in advance or $40 cash at the gate if it’s not sold out. A free shuttle bus from the Columbia City Link Light Rail station offers rides to the Seafair main gate 7 a. m. to 6 p. m. Friday, Saturday. Source: www.seattletimes.com
The company owns six properties less than a mile's walk from the Monte Carlo and plans to tear down the theater that hosted Lance Burton and, for the past three years, the Blue Man Group. It will be replaced by a 5,000-seat theater, tied in to a new
WASHINGTON — A newly redecorated White House State Dining Room was unveiled last week, featuring peacock blue and ecru-striped silk draperies, among other historically inspired changes. The room was last updated in 1998 by the Clinton
This, of course, is the most feared prospect by Blue Jackets' fans. From pure geography, Columbus, Detroit and Tampa would be the most likely candidates to move (although there have been some rumblings about Carolina, for some inexplicable reason.)
Blankets or folding chairs for seating come in handy, though many spectators simply sit on the grass or stand near the lake. Grandstand seating is available at an extra charge. Fans are welcome to bring outside food and beverages but no alcohol. Pets
The Salvation Army recently received new tables and chairs for its lunchroom and a sprayer for the kitchen, thanks to the Clinton County Community Foundation. The new white tables and blue chairs are used daily, as a free lunch is served to community
The Adirondacks have always made us think about how small we really are, dwarfed by natural beauty, the highest mountains in New York State and expansive, clear blue lakes. And now, gigantic Adirondack chairs placed strategically along roadways from Lake ...
The insane size of this model means you’ll find yourself sucked into this chair and disappear into its comfortable abyss. It’s other color variations are Black Onyx, Blue Sky, Sand Dune, Sierra Red and Steel Gray. For our 2nd Big Joe bean bag chair ...
Break out your lawn chairs, a blue sweater and a cold Blue Moon brew and prepare to gaze up at the galaxies -- the first Blue Moon of the year will arrive early Friday morning and stick around through Friday night. The phenomenon -- which happens every two ...