This morning in downtown Las Vegas in the courtyard of Zappos with the help of Secret Walls, Life is Beautiful revealed the dates for the 2016 installment of the annual three-day festival.
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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.
"It's not too early for whiskey, it's not too early for smokes," sang Ronnie Vannucci, hometown hero of The Killers, fronting his other band, Big Talk.
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?
During its first year the Life is Beautiful festival drew 60,000 people; the total swelled to 90,000 last year, and projections for this weekend's event in downtown Las Vegas have reached 120,000 over three days. How do you feed that many people?
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.
Las Vegas rockers Imagine Dragons showed off their charitable side Thursday at the Tyler Robinson Foundation charity event at the Four Seasons.
As the third annual Life is Beautiful festival approaches, here's a look back at some of our favorite photos from the previous two years. The festival, taking place in downtown Las Vegas, features a variety of music, arts and food.
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.