Las Vegas Weekly, one of the city's free alt-weekly publications, will mark 15 years in print with "Unscripted" on Dec. 18, 2013. (Source: Las Vegas Weekly)
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -
Alternative-weekly magazine Las Vegas Weekly is marking 15 years in print by dedicating a night to the entertainment of the city.
The publication lined up two dozen Las Vegas Strip headliners and performers to take part in #Unscripted on Wednesday night at the Tropicana hotel-casino's Havana Room. The event begins at 10 p.m.
The show is open to the public for a $10 cover with an RSVP before the show and $20 at the door. Proceeds from the show benefit the local Foundation to Assist Young Musicians.
The magazine is touting the show's namesake nature with improvised performances from Strip headliners. Some of the performers scheduled to appear include Frankie Moreno, Claire Sinclair, Joey Fatone, Pia Zadora and Chippendales performers Jaymes Vaughan and James Davis.
Las Vegas Weekly, a free publication available Thursdays, has provided arts, culture and entertainment guides for residents and tourists visiting the resort mecca.
You can take a look back at the publication's achievements in its 15 years at this link. You can also RSVP for #Unscriptedhere.
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