From Foo Fighters to Arctic Monkeys, Billie Eilish to Kanye West, many notable headliners have rocked the downtown festival.
Jason Bracelin once went on tour with Kid Rock so you don’t have to. Prior to first being named the R-J’s music writer in 2006, Bracelin was the music editor for the Cleveland Scene alt-weekly. He is a graduate of the University of Illinois. A Decatur, Ill. native, Bracelin has lived in Las Vegas since 2006.
Ten years after they helps launch Life is Beautiful, The Killers are back, joining hip-hop prime mover Kendrick Lamar and electronic music duo Odesza as this year’s headliners.
The National Funeral Directors Association convention came to Vegas. It was to die for.
The fifth of Keith Stubbs’ Wiseguys comedy clubs, which he owns and operates with his wife, opens Thursday in Town Square.
The home, with a colorful mural wrapping around the east- and north-facing facade, has just been put on the market.
From karaoke to the best spots to people watch, we’ve got you covered.
A look back at the pop superstar’s Sin City concerts as she brings her blockbuster “Renaissance World Tour” to Allegiant Stadium.
A guide to getting up to speed on racing terminology.
In ranking Vegas acts by their music streaming numbers, the No. 1 band is fairly easy to guess. But after said group, the rest of the list just may contain a few surprises.
Las Vegas boasts a bevy of residencies from some of the top names in music. But it could cost you some serious cash to see them. Here’s a look at ticket prices for a variety of ongoing shows.
Electric Daisy Carnival, When We Were Young, Life is Beautiful and more: here’s the skinny on the city’s fat line-up of fests.
The JRNY Gallery, an art gallery dedicated exclusively to NFTs, is the first facility of its kind in Las Vegas.
Funnyman “Smiley” Joe Wiley makes the comedy club mobile with his “Best Comedy Show on Wheels” along the Las Vegas Strip.
Pioneering sound system aims to be a concert game-changer