Coming up at the Golden Nugget: Sept. 22: Asylum Fight League (Ballroom); Oct. 27: 1964 - The Tribute and Nov. 16: Don Felder (Showroom).
More shows will likely be dropped into the Nugget schedule.
Harrah’s Resort has Jerry Springer hosting The Price Is Right. Frankly, I’d rather see Jerry bring his TV show here and tape that on the stage of the Concert Venue, where the following will appear: Sept. 8: Buddy Guy and Johnny Lang; Sept. 13-Oct. 21: The Price Is Right; Nov. 3: Engelbert Humperdinck.
Just good ol’ Barry Manilow on Sept. 8 after Labor Day for Revel? Is that all there is? No way will Revel stay dark in Ovation Hall for an extended period. Too much at stake.
Gotta hand it to the Trop. They make things interesting with their blend of entertainment — classic rock to contemporary comedy to mixed martial arts, a little bootie-shaking disco and a soulful empress. Nice mix.
Tropicana Showroom: Through Sept. 22 on select days: “Nik Wallenda and the Wallenda Family Experience”; Sept. 14: Lou Neglia’s Ring of Combat; Sept. 15: J. Geils Band; Sept. 21: Bret Michaels; Sept. 28: Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes; Sept. 29: Adam Carolla; Oct. 5: Craig Ferguson; Oct. 13: Theresa Caputo; Oct. 20: Sinbad; Oct. 27-28: Al Bano; Nov. 17: KC and the Sunshine Band and Nov. 30: Gladys Knight.
Resorts will be entering a transition period as Mohegan Sun assumes management of the property. Look for some Mo Sun entertainment touches to surface, along with former A.C. casino entertainment wizard Tom Cantone. Slated at the Resorts Superstar Theater are: Sept. 8: Richard Nader’s Doo-Wop Revue; Sept. 22: “Moonwalker: Reflection of Michael” and Oct. 27: Giorgos Mazonakis.
Still the property with the most interesting split-demographics in town — blue-haired slot players during the day, nighttime denizens of the rock, rap, and other strange worlds inhabiting the House of Blues after dark — here is the Showboat/House of Blues upcoming line-up at the Music Hall: Sept. 7: Creed; Sept. 14: Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators; Sept. 15: Marsha Ambrosius; Sept. 21: Get the Led Out; Sept. 28: Joe, with K-Ci and Jo-Jo; Sept. 29: Coheed and Cambria; Oct. 6: Anthrax and Testament; Oct. 20: Slightly Stoopid; Nov. 2: Gary Allan and Nov. 23: B.B. King.
As for Trump Plaza? The place is for sale. Need we say more? Future shows TBA.
Meanwhile, the Trump Taj Mahal is beginning to really pick up the pace with its arena bookings. Lots of variety, which should offer some strong crossover opportunities. The Mark Etess Arena will feature the following acts: Sept. 21: Ronnie Dunn; Oct. 6: Aretha Franklin; Oct. 13: Marinella and Natasha Theodoridou; Oct. 20, Don Rickles; Oct. 27: James Van Praagh; Nov. 3: Jeff Garlin; Nov. 17: Olivia Newton-John and Nov. 23: So You Think You Can Dance? tour.
Something is happening in Atlantic City’s main casino venues this weekend that — barring another hurricane or some other act of God — will probably never happen again this year.
"While it is 75 percent Christmas songs, it has an Elvis Presley tribute and it has some Bobby Darin stuff in it and a tribute to Dean Martin. I also do a tribute for the survivors of Hurricane Sandy and a tribute to our veterans."
Olivia Newton-John has been keeping busy with her current tour and a new project reuniting her with her co-star from the movie Grease, John Travolta, a holiday CD This Christmas, released Nov. 13.
"This is probably the last stand-up tour you’ll see for a while, toward the end of next year I’m going to start coming out with the band again."
Melissa Etheridge’s music first put her in the spotlight in the late 1980s-early 1990s with such signature songs as “Bring Me Some Water,” “Come to My Window” and “I’m the Only One.” Her fierce vocal style with its Janis Joplin-like rasp, and her self-penned songs, which were a masterful blend of blues and folk-rock, found overwhelming commercial success in 1993 with the album Yes I Am, selling six million copies.
Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson on his upcoming Atlantic City show at Caesars, Oct. 6.
Newly named president and CEO of Resorts Atlantic City, Gary Van Hettinga, makes it clear that Atlantic City's oldest casino is an "asset that has a lot of potential."
Festivals, fun and more in South Jersey this fall.
“We decided we were only going to have young people in the audience, young people on stage and young subject matter. Young people, by definition, are much wilder in their lives, much more open. And the show started to go crazy.”
Atlantic City is about to get a healthy dose of classical culture courtesy of a very unlikely source.
Regular contributors like the Bay-Atlantic Symphony, presenting five programs, and the Atlantic City Ballet with its Nutcracker and Dracula presentations, are back for the new season.
Revel, the glittering jewel at the north end of the Atlantic City Boardwalk, has had a rough beginning on the gaming side of the ledger since it opened in late spring. However, on the entertainment side, it has delivered positive vibrations and national headlines.
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