Headline Entertainment Returns to Gold Strike Casino Resort Friday, August 20
TUNICA, Miss. (June 28, 2021) – Live music will again fill Gold Strike Casino Resort’s Millennium Theatre as headline entertainment makes its long-awaited return to MGM Resorts International’s Mid-South resort. GRAMMY Award-winning rock band The Wallflowers will be the first group to take the stage in nearly 18 months with a performance on Friday, Aug. 20.
Aristocrat Gaming™ and Gold Strike Casino Resort Launch Mid-South's First Gaming Floor 'Buffalo Zone™'
TUNICA, Miss., May 28, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Casino players across the Mid-South have a new reason to cheer "Buffalooooo!" as Aristocrat Gaming™ and MGM Resorts International's Gold Strike Casino Resort will launch Mississippi's first 'Buffalo Zone™.' Gold Strike's new gaming space is scheduled to open on May 28 for Memorial Day weekend.
BUSINESS AS UNUSUAL: THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Though much still remains uncertain with the COVID-19 pandemic, one thing that is certain is that there isn’t a business or industry that hasn’t been affected in some way by it, whether good or bad.
TPT Global Tech’s R&B Concert Production “Back to Life, Back to Reality” in Tunica, Mississippi Commences Ticket Sales as One of the Anticipated First “100% Participant COVID 19 Tested” Full Attendee Concerts of Summer 2021
Working its Events.com partnership, the B2LB2R.com concert will feature a 100% participant COVID 19 tested environment provided by subsidiary TPT MedTech with each ticket including a Covid-19 test for the nationally streamed Juneteenth concert event
Mississippi first wind power plant
For many years, Mississippi was considered to lack enough consistent and strong winds to generate electricity from wind turbines.
Tunica econ development chief touts 'tremendous resurgence,' $500M in planned projects
Major economic activity is headed to Tunica County, according to officials. Charles Finkley Jr., president and CEO of the Tunica County Chamber and Economic Development Foundation, told the Memphis Business Journal that over $500 million in investment — expected to create hundreds of jobs — is on its way to Tunica County.