The lads from Liverpool arrived in Vegas in 1964 and performed for 17,000 screaming fans in the entertainment capital of the world. The buzz was unbelievable. Las Vegas had seen hot acts before, but this was Beatlemania.
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British ’80s pop favorites Culture Culture are touring with their original lineup, which they haven’t done since 2000.
He went from cool to hot in less time than it just took to read about him doing so. Justin Timberlake started the song in command of his passions, his voice a dog on a leash.
Australian pop rockers 5 Seconds of Summer headline the Mandalay Bay Events Center on July 17. Tickets are $49.50, $69.50 and $99.50 and go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday at Ticketmaster outlets.
Cut Copy’s latest record, “Free Your Mind,” could start a party in a funeral procession.
Garage rock pioneers playing Hard Rock Live
Is there such a thing as too much Justin Timberlake? Go ahead, pose the question out loud. Every woman within earshot just mentally murdered you — murdered you right in your stupid face.
San Diego’s Big Mountain, best known for its cover of Peter Frampton’s “Baby, I Love Your Way,” headlines Reggae Bowl at 8 p.m. Wednesday at Brooklyn Bowl,
In one of those strange quirks of Las Vegas bookings, country-fried rock fans have to scrape up enough Bud money to cover a two-nighter with Lynyrd Skynyrd on Saturday at the Golden Nugget and .38 Special on Sunday at the Eastside Cannery.
Las Vegas had to put up with some swampy New Orleans-like weather recently, so it’s only fair that this weekend blows in some nice Crescent City sounds.
Angsty grunge lite rockers Seether don’t smile much.
But when it comes to ’90s nostalgia, McGrath had a head start. This is the second summer of McGrath’s Under the Sun tour, which teams Sugar Ray with Blues Traveler, Uncle Kracker, Smash Mouth on Friday in the Golden Nugget’s special events center.
It is no secret that Las Vegas is known for its entertainment, yet when people think of country music, their minds probably go more toward Nashville, Tenn., than Sin City.
More than 3,500 dancers from 48 countries around the globe will participate in the World Hip Hop Dance Championships, which return to the Orleans Arena Sunday.
That’s how rapper Hassan Hamilton describes himself and his new record. The album is as revealing as the picture on its sleeve suggests: the rapper doesn’t just bare himself physically, but emotionally as well.
StubHub, the ticket reselling subsidiary of eBay Inc., is launching its StubHub Music app nationwide as it goes after core music fans in a challenge to Live Nation in the concert business.
When it comes to sponsorship dollars and the Life is Beautiful downtown festival, what a difference a year makes for event founder Rehan Choudhry.
Violent rap lyrics written by a man accused of shooting a fellow drug dealer in 2005 should not have been admitted as evidence at his trial, New Jersey’s highest court ruled Monday.
Three recommended new CDs out this week.
Roster includes Ricki Lake, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh, basketball player and former NBA prospect Isaiah Austin and many others.
The members of folk duo The Civil Wars have made it official: They’re breaking up.
Chameleon pop star Lady Gaga hiked up her skirts, growled at the crowd and opportunistically affixed herself to the music, a culture that’s particularly en vogue at the moment.
Staind frontman Aaron Lewis, threw out the first dice roll at the much-anticipated Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Sioux City during the entertainment destination’s official grand opening event Friday night.