Life is Beautiful 2021 came and went in a breezy blur over the weekend in downtown Las Vegas. Read about the highlights.
Jason Bracelin once went on tour with Kid Rock so you don’t have to. Prior to first being named the R-J’s music writer in 2006, Bracelin was the music editor for the Cleveland Scene alt-weekly. He is a graduate of the University of Illinois. A Decatur, Ill. native, Bracelin has lived in Las Vegas since 2006.
Tame Impala, Megan Thee Stallion and others commemorate the return of the music, arts and food festival.
Artists from all over the world contribute works to downtown Vegas.
The two-day event centered around future bass, melodic dubstep and electronic-pop music.
From Life is Beautiful to Punk Rock Bowling, here’s everything you need to know about this month’s many music fests.
The Emmy-winning, Irish music duo are filming the pilot for “Through a Storm,” a 9/11 documentary series that will honor the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.
On Friday, Dan Reynolds returned to the place where it all began, in a way: Bonanza High School, where Imagine Dragons played a free show for students and teachers as part of Wal-Mart’s “Homecoming Concert” series.
Tupac Shakur’s swinging hard in the final footage captured of him alive. It’s Sept. 7, 1996. Security cameras see Shakur departing the MGM Grand in an adrenalized, get-the-hell-out-my-way strut. And that’s the last we ever see of him alive.
The platinum-selling pop rockers will perform a special show at Bonanza High School for select teachers and students at 8:30 p.m. Friday.
It marked the first big Las Vegas music festival since the pandemic. Danzig, The Flaming Lips, GZA and more highlighted the event at Mandalay Bay.
“America’s rock n’ roll bacchanal” will feature over 100 acts across the three-day festival.
Rockers Electric Six and Together Pangea are among the first touring acts booked for the venue.