Las Vegas boasts a bevy of residencies from some of the top names in music. But it could cost you some serious cash to see them. Here’s a look at ticket prices for a variety of ongoing shows.
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.
Electric Daisy Carnival, When We Were Young, Life is Beautiful and more: here’s the skinny on the city’s fat line-up of fests.
The JRNY Gallery, an art gallery dedicated exclusively to NFTs, is the first facility of its kind in Las Vegas.
Funnyman “Smiley” Joe Wiley makes the comedy club mobile with his “Best Comedy Show on Wheels” along the Las Vegas Strip.
Pioneering sound system aims to be a concert game-changer
The Triple Down has arrived at the Punk Rock Museum, which opened this year in downtown Las Vegas.
The documentary chronicles the band’s sold-out Allegiant Stadium show.
As the Irish rockers prepare for MSG Sphere shows, here’s a look at their previous Vegas appearances
Once among the most upscale properties on the Strip, a gilded treasure box of showgirls and celebrities, a destination spot in a destination city, the Trop courts a different clientele these days.
We’ve traversed sewers, abattoirs — complete with slaughterhouse smells, naturally — and dank garages, 16 rooms in all, culled from hit horror franchise “It,” best known for iconic archvillain Pennywise.
Boozy three-day bash returns downtown through Monday.
A California woman was enjoying EDM superstar Zedd’s set when the birth process began.