One stage, two bands, a 40-year-old man getting caked in the face and a night of rain became the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center’s grand concert opening Saturday night.
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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 blues rock duo The Black Keys lead the latest round of concert announcements.
Australian rapper will perform as part at the new hotel-casino’s grand-opening party.
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.
The music festival is scheduled May 8-9 and May 15-16 on the Las Vegas Strip. Tickets are $295 for a one-weekend pass.
DJs with Las Vegas residencies dominate Forbes’ list.
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.
Both shows at the MGM Grand Garden arena are sold out, but you can still get in on the action at The Lot.
Taylor Swift is saying goodbye to country music, for now: The singer says she’s releasing her first full-length pop album on Oct. 27.
When Idris Elba agreed to direct K. Michelle’s TV musical, the R&B singer thought he was kidding. The rising singer is pairing with the Golden Globe winner for “Rebellious Soul: the Musical,” which premieres Tuesday on VH1.
The bluesy rockers are coming to The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas in November.
Patrons at the Suncoast got a treat July 10 — young talent in the form of brothers Diego and Santiago LaRochelle, who performed in the “Suncoast Variety Show.”
Las Vegas residents who were present during the Beatles’ trip to town in 1964 all have memories of what they saw. Here are a few accounts:
Holding flickering candles, fans of Elvis Presley made a slow, nighttime walk past his gravesite at Graceland on Friday, marking the anniversary of his death 37 years ago.
The Utah Symphony is using classical music to complement the beauty of Utah’s soaring red rocks and canyons with free desert performances. A performance is scheduled Saturday near Zion National Park.
Michael Cera released an album last week — quietly, in a way almost as unassuming as the actor himself.
A donation from popular music star Gloria Estefan and her husband is bringing a new program to the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health for people living with multiple sclerosis.
Jeff Beck’s fascination with American car culture leads him from Brian Wilson to ZZ Top.
Classic rockers Deep Purple playing Fremont Street Experience at 9 p.m. Friday.
Psychedelic alt-rockers were last in town for Life Is Beautiful festival.