Two-day event is the costliest of the big-name concerts at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.
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Hardcore upstarts Code Orange Kids are now just Code Orange. They’ll play Monday night at Eagle Aerie Hall in Henderson.
Brooklyn blues rock duo She Keeps Bees will be stinging the Beauty Bar on Wednesday night.
Country singer Deana Carter returns with a heartfelt new album.
It’s a great Las Vegas record about not always wanting to be in Las Vegas.
Box office grosses for some recent Las Vegas concerts, including The Offspring and David Gray.
Five Finger Death Punch drummer Jeremy Spencer signing of his new autobiography.
Looks like Lionel Ritchie is going to be kicking it with Outkast, the Foo Fighters throwing down the same day as Skrillex and Kanye West beginning the weekend with The Weeknd.
French Montana, Schoolboy Q and others hitting the Hard Rock Hotel for fight parties.
The 23-year-old British singer-songwriter now sells out arenas with his confessional lyrics and impassioned singing voice.
The band has settled into a more contemplative groove on their latest record, 2013’s “Magpie and the Dandelion.”
Atmosphere’s most recent album, the biting yet affecting “Southsiders,” is a product of deep thought and even deeper grooves.
It’s January 2012, and Jeremy Spencer’s been up for two days straight, holed up in a suite at Mandalay Bay with a meth-addled sexpot, gallons of Jack Daniel’s and copious amounts of cocaine that’s somehow both too much and yet never enough.
The Dwarves, Joy and The New Pornographers will improve your record collection.
Newly renovated downtown music venue returns with stellar reopening show.
A look at the three main nightlife properties at SLS: Life, Foxtail and the Sayers Club.
Their 17-song, 80-or-so minute performance Wednesday came and went in a flash.
Veteran indie rockers Built to Spill herald the return of a beloved downtown rock club.
The Offspring, Bad Religion, Pennywise and Stiff Little Fingers team up for the Summer Nationals Tour.
The Bunkhouse, that little dive on 11th Street, is no longer a dive nor quite as little. After a year of renovations by new owners the Downtown Project, the club reopens on Monday with a stellar kickoff show headlined by Built to Spill and Vegas’ Rusty Maples.
Electro pop group Capital Cities opens the venue on Sept. 20.
DJs with Las Vegas residencies dominate Forbes’ list.
Both shows at the MGM Grand Garden arena are sold out, but you can still get in on the action at The Lot.
The bluesy rockers are coming to The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas in November.
Psychedelic alt-rockers were last in town for Life Is Beautiful festival.