Fine as it may be to see John Mayer onstage this weekend with three of the "core four" — Bob Weir, Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart — two key differences go beyond the obvious absence of the late Jerry Garcia and the living Phil Lesh, the bassist who made last summer's "Fare Thee Well" shows an official reunion/farewell.
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The Las Vegas band Imagine Dragons is still radioactive. It surpassed 3 million followers on Twitter over the weekend, surpassing another hot Las Vegas act, The Killers, which has 2.75 million Twitter followers.
With the temperature hitting 101 degrees in the Las Vegas Valley on Sunday, the third day of the Life is Beautiful music festival showed no signs of cooling off. For more coverage, including stories and photos, go to reviewjournal.com/music.
Country star Eddie Montgomery's 19-year-old son died Sunday following an accident.
The Life is Beautiful festival in downtown Las Vegas on Saturday.
The third installment of Life Is Beautiful got going with an absolute bang on Friday night, with a flurry of great performers throughout the afternoon and into the evening that all culminated with an utterly sublime performance from Stevie Wonder on the main Downtown Stage.
Last week's hullabaloo over George Strait playing at least four Las Vegas arena concerts next year got me wondering: Has any other superstar kept getting more and more popular over the years without doing one thing different?
Check out these five upcoming cheap shows in Las Vegas.
Would you believe that before Rehan Choudhry launched Life Is Beautiful, before he was in enlisted to engage everybody with enticing live music options in Las Vegas as the entertainment director at The Cosmopolitan, and even before he was in charge of wowing crowds in Atlantic City, he was working for the government as an IT consultant?
Life Is Beautiful isn't this weekend's only three-day music festival.
Fans will have to wait a bit for the new James Bond film, but at least they can listen to the theme song.
The way that you know that you've made it in Vegas is when you get your own slot machine in a casino. Ask Britney Spears.
We've been given the chance to take a sneak peek of the Troubadour Stage, which is being presented by Insomniac, the folks responsible for putting together Electric Daisy Carnival, the annual three-day electronic music festival at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
One of the very first musical guests on 'The Muppets'? None other than local homeboys in Imagine Dragons — due at this weekend's Life Is Beautiful festival — playing "Roots" with the inimitable Dr. Teeth and The Electric Mayhem.
In advance of Rhett's performance at the Oct. 2-4 Route 91 Harvest Festival at the Las Vegas Village — which also features Rhett's tour mates Florida Georgia Line, Keith Urban, Tim McGraw, Lady Antebellum and more — we caught up with the rising country star.
Las Vegas rockers Imagine Dragons showed off their charitable side Thursday at the Tyler Robinson Foundation charity event at the Four Seasons.
We recently spoke with three prominent figures in the Las Vegas entertainment scene about the impact the Life Is Beautiful festival has had since launching in 2013, how it differs from other festivals and some of their favorite Life Is Beautiful memories.
Like mail delivery, nothing stops Life Is Beautiful, including rain, sleet or snow. While those things are unlikely, particularly the last two since we're in Southern Nevada, the show will go on regardless. That said, if you have tickets, there are some things that you should know before you go — not to worry; we read all of the fine print, so you don't have to.
The folks at Life Is Beautiful have done a splendid job of assembling a wide array of talent this year.
A dozen punk and alternative bands convene starting at 6 p.m. Friday at the Dive Bar, 4110 S. Maryland Pkwy. Admission is $5, which might cover a beer at the downtown gathering.
Thomas Rhett, whose sophomore album, "Tangled Up," drops Friday makes a direct nod to Marvin Gaye on "Die a Happy Man," one of the first two singles from the album. Ironically, he makes another nod a few songs later — though this one is obviously indirect and inadvertent.
In New Orleans, a city synonymous with music and raucous revelry, government officials are launching a public health campaign aimed at turning down the volume.
Downtown Las Vegas won't be an easy place to get around this weekend, but those who go are gearing for a memorable experience.