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Virgin Hotels Las Vegas opens and more entertainment makes its way back – Press

There’s a lot to take in at the recently opened Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, not only with the gaming floor, restaurants and hotel, but also a unique assortment of costumed characters, musicians and painters ready to put on a show for visitors.

The scene at the resort casino property, located at the former Hard Rock Hotel Casino off the Strip, is what might happen if Burning Man met the New York City subway and all of its performers, according to Richard “Boz” Bosworth. It’s a sample of the resort’s approach to entertainment, but the full menu is coming soon.

Bosworth, CEO for Virgin Hotels Las Vegas owner JC Hospitality, says there’s still much to open and there will be pockets of entertainment everywhere, including a two-story day club filled with dance music, an event lawn and the complex’s theater that will host big-name acts and thousands of fans. But Virgin Hotels Las Vegas is like lots of other properties throughout the city in that it’s waiting for restrictions to ease before cranking up the entertainment.

Entertainment venues in Nevada are allowed to have gatherings of up to 250 people or 50% capacity, whichever is less, as of the guidance given by the state March 15. They have to submit their plans for approval through Nevada’s Department of Business and Industry, according to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. Some Las Vegas shows have been returning for small-scale audiences. “Absinthe” returned to Caesar’s Palace on March 17, and the Australian Bee Gees Show, David Copperfield, Terry Fator and the Jabbawockeez returned to MGM properties in March.

Before those shows, others, including burlesque show “Fantasy” and comedian Carrot Top returned to Luxor Hotel Casino in February.

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