The Entertainment Capital: How Singers and Showgirls Shaped Las Vegas
Showgirls, crooners and larger-than-life headliners. What would Las Vegas be without its world-class entertainment? Discover how this remote desert town became the capital of live entertainment in the 1950s and ’60s. Claire White, educational programs manager for The Mob Museum, shares audio and video clips that highlight the biggest names in Las Vegas history, including Liberace, Louis Prima, the Rat Pack and Elvis Presley. Learn where the stars performed and how their big shows (and bigger paychecks) shaped Las Vegas.
Must be 21 and over to attend. This event is first come, first served. Limited space is available.