Tight Trio

Tight Trio

Sweet, romantic ballads sung in perfect harmony remains the specialty of a group who has always been able to take a hit song and make it into their own success. More»

Balloon Fest

Balloon Fest

Take a ride through the sky at the 11th annual Havasu Balloon Festival and Fair, slated for Thursday-Sunday, Jan. 20-23 at Lake Havasu State Park. More»

Classic Quintet

Classic Quintet

Intricate choreography and smooth harmonies drove the Temptations to be one of the most popular Motown groups of the ‘60s and in general, as they celebrate 60 years in the music business. More»

Senior Games

Senior Games

The 2022 Bullhead City/Laughlin Senior Games returns for the fifth year with a full schedule of sports for athletes of all skill levels. More»

Classic Covers

If you’re looking for some great live entertainment, the Laughlin lounge scene features some amazing bands from Las Vegas in a fun atmosphere, all with no cover charge! That’s a deal you won’t find in Vegas, yet the caliber of talent is top-notch.

Celebrating the King

When Elvis Presley broke into the scene in the 1950s, his innovative style and one-of-a-kind voice captured listeners across the globe. His daring stage presence and mix of musical genres has inspired performers for ages to come.

Nice Catch

Gliding along the water, finding the perfect spot to cast a line and hauling in a beaut of a striper is a year-round thrill for fishermen in the Tri-state. The area is a fishing haven, and has caught the attention of a premier angler organization, which is bringing a televised tournament to Lake Mohave.

Winter Dance Party

What began as a lively dance party, ended in what became known as “the day the music died,” when Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J.P. “The Big Bopper” Richardson took off on a winter tour that ended in tragedy.

In January 1959, those three artists, along with Dion and the Belmonts, Frankie Sardo, and Holly’s bandmates, Waylon Jennings, Tommy Allsup and Carl Bunch, set out on a 24-day tour playing small venues all across the Midwest.