Las Vegas entrepreneur Ken Henderson’s 15-year-old dream to empower the city’s music scene has come to life: his newly opened Notoriety Live music hall — featuring multiple performance stages on the third floor of Fremont Street’s Neonopolis — is primed to be a great enabler for musicians of all genres in the region. Read More
Audiences loved The Cocktail Cabaret during its year-long run at Caesars Palace, and now the show will be touring with scheduled shows in Florida. Back by popular demand, the full production version of The Cocktail Cabaret, presented by PK Entertainment, will begin the tour with two special performances at Notoriety in downtown Las Vegas Jan. 22 and Jan. 23.
Its original concept was to bring back a vintage Vegas tradition of intimate cocktails shows as a prelude to the attending a bigger production later in the evening. The show celebrated the cocktail hour in Cleopatra’s Barge at Caesars Palace to kick off a night on the town or before dining.
The show has now been expanded to a full 90-minute main stage version that can be enjoyed in the larger proscenium theaters nationwide, as well as more intimate cabaret venues. Notoriety is a new venue in Neonopolis offering an intimate 125-seat Cabaret Room.
Two years in the making, but now confidently predicting a fall debut, Notoriety Live is finishing up the interior details at Fremont Street’s Neonopolis.
Filling a vast 70,000-square-foot, third-floor section of the downtown retail and entertainment center last used by Krave Massive, Notoriety’s original plans have evolved into a sprawling complex hosting seven, 75-250 seat theaters leftover from its days as the Galaxy Neonopolis cinema.