Following the example of their hometown, the Raiders place a great deal of importance on entertainment. How much? On Beyoncé levels.
Raiders president Sandra Douglas Morgan mentioned the superstar on Sunday when asked who was on her list of artists she wanted to perform at Allegiant Stadium. That’s for sure, during parties at the attackers’ home. Beyoncé has already performed at the stadium on August 26 and 27 with her Renaissance World Tour tour.
The Los Raiders visit Dallas this weekend. But Morgan would be happy for the “Single Ladies” singer to perform any time.
“It would be incredible to be a part of the Raiders party”, said Morgan during the “Once a Raider, Always a Raider” silver carpet for Exjuggerators at Allegiant Stadium. “Beyonce, Rihanna, obviously. He also got an opportunity to meet Megan Thee Stallion. I think these women are incredible and it would be amazing to talk to them.”
Is it a fiery appearance at the Super Bowl? This is not possible considering the recent performances of the superstar. Beyoncé performed as a solo artist twice at the mid-time Super Bowl in 2013, with special appearances from Destiny’s Child members Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams; and in 2016 with Coldplay and Bruno Mars. The Super Bowl half-time performers are approved by the NFL and are chosen from the cast of Roc Nation, headed by Beyoncé’s husband Jay-Z.
Los Raiders does not participate in this process. However, the team is proud of its ever-increasing entertainment tradition during parties. On Sunday, John Kaye and David Perico of Steppenwolf and the Raiders house band were playing “Born to Be Wild” at halftime.
“It’s just that, growing up here, people have become accustomed to the high level of entertainment, that experience,” says Morgan, originally from Las Vegas. “Part of our management team is our Chief Experience Officer, Brad Finney, who spends a lot of time on the team. You know how to put on a great show, so every time you watch the national anthem, the after party and of course the rest of the show, you know we’re going to give the whole world an experience they won’t forget. ,
‘Teammates for Life’
The former Raiders players’ celebration hit the Omnia at Caesars Palace on Saturday, with a mini version of Perico’s band playing at the event. On Sunday, Hall of Fame member Marcus Allen said the team’s former players are particularly united.
“When you get to play kodo with these boys, I can only compare it to being in the military,” Allen says during a walk down the silver carpet. “What we have created is a family that enjoys community. That’s how it works, meet your mates for a lifetime. Loops are hard to describe”.
Agreeing with many professional athletes past and present, Allen says Las Vegas has emerged as a leading destination for all sports.
“It is becoming the world capital of sports,” he says with a smile. “There is a little kid here. Tambien Tendran un Equipo de Basketball”.
The guy who looked a lot like Adam Levine, except for barbershop cuts and cocktails at the Cosmopolitan in the last hour of Saturday night, it was. It seems like I was there for 10 minutes or so before suddenly leaving.
Levine arrived at the club just after Maroon 5 kicked off their 2023 series at Dolby Live, as a means of promoting his own brand of liqueur served within the club.
Bruno Mars also traveled from Park MGM to Cosmo, which are now sister properties under MGM Resorts International.
We’re not ruling out the possibility that Adele has added more closures to “Weekends with Adele” at the Colosseum, which will wrap up in November. But it seems to be happening in a big way and it is filling the enclosure.
The “Rolling in the Deep” singer performed in Vegasville for the first time and revealed the gender of a baby boy on stage during Saturday’s show. The superstar said, “Chantal and Chris are going to have a baby.” great congratulations Obviously, Los Niños have many fans among the public.
Genius Exit Alert
Monster Pete continues at Wally Harrah’s Piano Bar. The show Big Elvis Dee Valley performs on Mondays, Fridays and Sundays at 2pm, 3:30pm and 5pm, Valley sings as El Rey turns 25. No fee per entry. Maybe they call you “Little Elvis”. It has passed me by.