Fitz and the Tantrums, Matt & Kim and more appearing at free event.
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See British punks The Vibrators, some Cramps-style swamp rock and more for free.
Vegas-based metallers have overcome personal struggles to become one of the most popular bands of their kind.
Eclectic music fest pairs local and national indie bands.
Tickets going on sale for coming shows, including Justin Timberlake, Imagine Dragons and more.
For 30-or-so hours spread out over three days and nights, nearly 70 acts will perform on four stages. Here’s 10 in particular, not to miss.
The Life Is Beautiful festival is trucking in tons of sod to green up 70,000 square feet of downtown dirt and asphalt for its second year. So it may not be metaphor abuse to say that having proved its “downtown” cred, the music, food and art festival is free to be a little more comfortable this year.
Best-selling U.S. jazz musician Kenny G struck a bum note in China on Wednesday when he appeared among Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protesters, prompting the country’s foreign ministry to warn foreigners once again to keep their noses out.
The national touring company of “Wicked” is taking some time out during its run at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts, where the show is playing through Nov. 9, for a staged concert performance of the cult classic musical.
Vegas’ Strange Mistress come hard with their second record.
Acclaimed director Jonathan Demme will be shooting the shows for an upcoming concert film.
Any time local musicians get together for a bluegrass jam session, there’s no set lineup of songs and no featured player with a backup band. Instead, there is plenty of picking and plucking and a whole lot of smiling. That’s what to expect at the Ward 5 Bluegrass in the Park concert, a free, monthly, two-hour event planned at the Lorenzi Park Lake Band Shell.
New batch of shows continuing the superstar’s 11-year run on the Strip includes dates canceled by Celine Dion.
Jazz guitarist Dirk Kleutgens, who performs as Dirk K, has 14 CDs under his belt, a standing gig through the end of the year at Marche Bacchus and an upcoming tour planned. The busy musician also works as a sound engineer for Cirque du Soleil’s “Zumanity.”
Blink 182 is working on a new album and they’re shooting for a summer of 2015 release.
No irony, just pride when Daryl Hall and 40-year musical partner John Oates convene to sing their hits.
You already know his music. Everybody does — that is, everybody who’s ever followed the yellow brick road “Over the Rainbow” to Oz. But there’s more to composer Harold Arlen than “The Wizard of Oz,” as the musical revue “The Wonderful Wizard of Song” demonstrates this weekend at The Smith Center’s Cabaret Jazz.
Wiz Khalifa smokes his way through his latest record, “Blacc Hollywood.”
Indie rock changelings playing show at Fremont Country Club.
Iconic rockers The Who play the Colosseum at Caesars Palace on Sept. 19. Tickets are $96, $176, $276, $326 and $501 and go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday at the Colosseum box office, 3570 Las Vegas Blvd. South, and Ticketmaster outlets.
Rapper celebrates the 20th anniversary of his classic debut “Illmatic.”
See an African electronic music duo, the Sin City Sinners rock out with Slaughter’s drummer and more for free.
Danny Seraphine guest stars for a handful of Chicago’s rock-oriented ’70s classics.
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