It’s his birthday today, but Kevin Hart has announced plans to gift Las Vegas with his presence once again this fall — oh, and he’s bringing Drake.
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Boy, that Bieber fella sure gets around, doesn’t he? The Canadian heartthrob kept the Las Vegas Beliebers on their toes this weekend, with a slew of cameos at Drai’s, Encore Beach Club and XS, where he dropped in on Kaskade.
All sorts of goodies have already begun to surface this morning from EDC 2015. Live sets from a host of this year’s performers have made their way to the web, full sets have been posted to both Sound Cloud and YouTube.
Totems are a big part of EDC. One of the most entertaining endeavors was walking around the festival grounds and checking out all the individualized poles fans hold up to stand out in the crowd and capturing all the creativity. The best of the bunch featured Terrance and Phillip in front of a Canadian flag with the words, “Sorry for Bieber.”
If you haven’t heard, EDC has linked up with Time for Fun, a Brazilian promoter, and is planning to bring its lauded production to Autódromo de Interlagos in São Paulo
The award for most awesome presence at EDC goes to the pickle pictured in the ephemeral videos posted by Dillon Francis. If you don’t follow Francis on Snapchat, you missed some captivating veggie tales.
It’s safe to say, Electric Daisy Carnival has effectively ruined me for all other concert experiences. I know, I know, hyperbole much? But, no, really. At the moment, I feel like I’ve reached the summit, and it’s all downhill from here.
Apparently Ruby Rose, whom you know by now better as Stella Carlin, from binging on “Orange Is the New Black,” frequently gets told she looks like Justin Bieber. The two happened to be in Las Vegas at the same time this past weekend — Rose for EDC, presumably, and Biebs just because, apparently — and snapped a selfie together at Encore Beach Club.
Against another day of 100-degree weather, festival attendees of Electric Daisy Carnival hit the Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Sunday for the final night of 2015.
On a firecracker-hot Las Vegas day, festival-goers headed to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway for Day 2 of the Electric Daisy Carnival.
Drugs. Dance music. For decades, not many people ever wanted to have this conversation.
Brilliant guitar duo the Assad Brothers seemed more than willing to share the spotlight with fellow Brazilian Romero Lubambo on Friday at Cabaret Jazz. It was a gracious gesture, but somewhat disappointing to audience members who came to see the featured twosome.
Reba McEntire, reunited Brooks & Dunn determined to make ’90s country hits current in loud arena-style show.
Festival-goers have arrived dressed in their neon candy beads and have filled the Las Vegas Motor Speedway for a weekend full of electronic dance music.
It’s 4:30 in the morning. Do you know where you kids are? We do. They’re right here in Las Vegas, raging hardcore like no other, and literally having the time of their lives — at least from what we can tell. We haven’t been able to talk to them. Fact is, it’s far too loud to actually have a conversation.
It’s just before sunset on Friday night on 9th and Freemont in downtown Las Vegas. I’m standing in a parking lot across from Atomic Liquors waiting to catch a shuttle to the first night of Electric Daisy Carnival. Not sure how this going to go, exactly, but if it helps me avoid the insufferable traffic tie-ups I’ve been hearing about all week, count me in. Totally worth the $100 for a three-day pass. I hate traffic like some people hate dance music.
B.B. King may be dearly departed, but he is certainly not forgotten, nor will he be anytime soon — especially if the city of Memphis, Tenn., has anything to say about it.
Frank Sinatra Jr. has a unique perspective on Sinatra Sr. — and shares it Saturday at The Smith Center.
How many confetti blowers would you say it takes to drizzle 18,000 pounds of shredded party preciption on legions of EDM lovers at EDC? Find out the answer to that and a bunch of other fascinating festival-related figures. We already shared the breakdown of the number of EDC attendees from each state with you, and now we have some more fascinating festival-related figures.
Bummer news, y’all. Little Big Town, originally due to touch down in Las Vegas next weekend, has sent word that it’s had to the pull the wheels back up on the tour until the end of July. The band will return in December.
If Electric Daisy Carnival were running for office — for the sake of argument, let’s just say Minister of Rave — what states do you think it would have to campaign in the hardest, and which ones do you think would be a lock for securing the electronic vote?
Sergio and Odair Assad have been called the best two-guitar team in history. The classically trained brothers have been playing professionally for 50 years but keep it fresh by continually improvising in their collaborations.
As gloriously over-the-top as Steel Panther’s shtick is, the musicianship is serious. No kidding, these knuckle-dragging maestros play hair metal with a proficiency that’s as good, if not better, than actual practitioners from the late ’80s.