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American rock band Chicago will perform at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield, Massachusetts this Sunday, August 5, 2018. Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio plans to have Chicago in its Special Events Center in September. It will be the first major concert the casino has had since the novel coronavirus pandemic caused it to postpone major shows last year. (File photo by Robert E. Klein / Invision / AP)
There are some parts of the Southern California casino experience that went back a while. You can play on the slot machines, dine in a restaurant and in some spots enjoy a drink by the pool.
One thing that has come back here a little slower is the entertainment. In some casino hotels, entertainment has returned to some extent, but the big concerts dominated by well-known performers have yet to return.
Las Vegas had its own challenges bringing shows back.
Here’s a look at what’s going on with entertainment, both in the casinos in our backyard and in Vegas. Continue reading.
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