5 inexpensive music shows coming up in Las Vegas

Jeneve Rose Mitchell

Jeneve Rose Mitchell is one of the more interesting contestants to have appeared on “American Idol” in recent years. The former Las Vegan wowed both Keith Urban and Harry Connick Jr. with her distinctive Americana style. Stop by the Clark County Library’s Main Theater on Wednesday to see what they saw. Tickets range from $16 to $25.

(Hed) p.e.

(Hed) p.e. has a new album called “Forever” that’s set to drop next month, and so the outfit is heading out on the road in support of it. The act is set to play Wednesday at the House of Blues at Mandalay Bay with the Veer Union. Tickets are $12 in advance ($15 at the door), and the show starts at 7 p.m.

Kiss & Friends

While we’d love to believe that Kiss will be at Count’s Vamp’d on Friday with Sammy Hagar, Rod Stewart and Ozzy, something tells us that the Kiss & Friends show touted on the club’s site with Leona X features facsimiles. Should be cool, either way, and it’s free, so you’ll definitely get your money’s worth.

L.A. Guns

The show taking place the following night at Count’s Vamp’d, on the other hand, will feature L.A. Guns, the seasoned Sunset Strip-era outfit led by Phil Lewis. Saturday night’s gig is also slated to feature Las Vegas’ own Leaving Springfield. Tickets are $15 in advance ($18 at the door), and the show starts at 9 p.m.

High Voltage

Do you feel an involuntary spark when you hear the opening chords of “Back in Black” that makes you bust out the air guitar and duck walk like Angus? Good. You’ll want to head to Vinyl at the Hard Rock Hotel on Saturday, where High Voltage will celebrate the music and mayhem of AC/DC. The show is free and starts at 9 p.m.

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