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.
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Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden are on tour together in a joint celebration of aging gracefully.
Texas blues legend Johnny Winter emblazoned himself into the world’s consciousness with his tattooed arms churning out lightning-fast guitar riffs and his striking long white hair flowing from under his cowboy hat.
Route 91 Harvest festival headliners include Jason Aldean, Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton. The festival is scheduled Oct. 3-5 near the Luxor.
Sand Dollar looks to recapture its reputation of providing consistent, quality, live blues by local bands. “That’s what people wanted it to be. And we wanted to go back to that,” says owner Brooke Alexander.
The Bunkhouse is back, and the small club is returning with some big names. The venerable downtown music venue, which reopens Aug. 25 after closing last summer for renovation, has officially announced its first batch of shows.
The annual wine and music event expands to two days, will feature pop punks Blink-182, Violent Femmes, Train and more.
After weeks of speculation, hard rockers Kiss have officially announced their residency at The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel, Kiss Rocks Vegas, which takes over the venue from Nov. 5-23.
Tommy Ramone, a co-founder of the seminal punk band the Ramones and the last surviving member of the original group, has died, a business associate said Saturday.
Andy Roberts’ first Garth Brooks show turned into much more than fulfilling a “bucket list” dream.
Faster Pussycat is among the shows in Las Vegas this weekend. If you’re on a budget, you can also find free performances from Clairy Browne, Criminal Hygiene and Barry Black.
After playing Dean Martin for years, Michel turned his full focus to Ol’ Blue Eyes and packed the show pavilion at the M Resort with last year’s “Sinatra Forever.”
Shania Twain is keeping fans waiting again. But at least they have both a present and past tense while waiting on a future album.
Their very name signifies old-school allegiance. So does the lawnmower-sized turntable they bring with them on stage.
Metal icons Judas Priest hit The Pearl at the Palms on Nov. 14, with Steel Panther.
The Summer Slaughter Tour, the (accurately) self-anointed “most extreme tour of the year,” is skipping Las Vegas again. Boo! But two of the best bands on the bill — Goatwhore and Morbid Angel — are coming here en route to the tour’s launch in California. Yay!
The iHeartRadio music festival returns to MGM Grand Garden Arena on Sept. 19 and 20 and so far only the only announced performer is Ed Sheeran. Who else do you want to see on stage?
“Walk Like An Egyptian.” It became the definitive hit for The Bangles. Thing was, though, didn’t really define them.
It’s a fair question, especially from an act called the Las Vegas Tenors, when one of them asks if people even know what a tenor is?
The sweet sounds of quartets and choruses filled the MGM Grand Garden arena last week.
It’s a statement that can forever damn a punk band, five little words with much larger implications. And Tom Carr has just uttered them. “My parents love that song.”
Some Las Vegas concerts by the numbers courtesy of Billboard’s Boxscore