Her Vegas: Enrique Iglesias, Boyz II Men and more
Sizzling and Scintillating
Few artists reach such a level of success that they no longer require a last name. Enrique Iglesias is well beyond that point. Yet it would be a shame if he decided to do so. There’s something satisfying about speaking “Enrique Iglesias” out loud ... it rolls off the tongue in the same way that his impassioned singing stimulates the senses.
The son of legendary Spanish singer/songwriter Julio Iglesias, Enrique has long since stepped out of his father’s shadow. You might even say that he’s eclipsed his dad’s global success. Since unleashing his first self-titled album in 1995, Iglesias has dominated the music scene with 10 studio releases and dozens of successful singles to his credit.
Alternating seamlessly between Latino and English-language recordings, Iglesias has managed to excite audiences of various cultures on a scale that few crossover artists have accomplished. His self-penned dance hits and pop melodies have garnered numerous Grammy nominations and wins, World Music Awards and MTV trophies. And he’s set numerous records on the Billboard tracking charts.
All of those accolades pale in comparison to the thrill of experiencing Enrique onstage. His current All The Hits Live Tour was launched in 2018, making stops in Great Britain, Russia, Greece, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Argentina, Brazil and many more along the way. New hits “El Baño” with Bad Bunny and “Move To Miami” featuring Pitbull were released last year, adding to an impressive set that includes “Hero,” “Rhythm Divine” and “Bailamos.”
Perfectly timed for Mexican Independence Day, the Latin heartthrob will bring a very special performance of All The Hits Live to Caesars Palace’s Colosseum, his only U.S. stop of the year. –Sam Novak
Caesars Palace, 9 p.m. Sept. 14, starting at $79 plus tax and fee. 800.745.3000 Ticketmaster
Motownphilly is live and direct onstage at The Mirage as R&B greats Boyz II Men serenade the crowds with hits like “End of the Road,” “On Bended Knee” and “Motownphilly.” Songs like “Uhh Ahh” and “I’ll Make Love to You” are just for the ladies. It’s a show designed to get audiences out of their seats and dancing. –Kiko Miyasato
The Mirage, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 14-15, starting at $49.99. 702.792.7777
A Sweet Sip
If you’ve watched any of the cast members of Vanderpump Rules’ Instagram stories, you’ve most likely noticed their love for the new Bottoms Up cocktail, now available at Vanderpump Cocktail Garden. Drink like the reality stars when you order the jumbo cocktail that serves up to 10 guests. It’s mixed with Casamigos Blanco tequila, Cointreau, jalapeno, strawberry slices and lime. –KM
Caesars Palace, opens 3 p.m. daily. 866.227.5938
Smile, Have Fun!
Making its way here after many installations countrywide, Happy Place is an interactive exhibition featuring Instagrammable opportunities like a giant rainbow with a pot of gold you can jump into, the world’s largest confetti dome, an upside-down room, 40,000 hanging gold flowers, a life-size unicorn you can sit on and much more. –KM
The Shoppes at Mandalay Place, 10 a.m.-11 p.m. daily, starting at $30. happyplace.me/tickets