In its seventh year, Life is Beautiful’s lineup abounded with art, experiences and performances, both traditional and new.
Life is Beautiful 2019 came to a close with standout performances by Vampire Weekend, a happy-sad Post Malone and disco-lite diva Carly Rae Jepsen.
The Black Keys took the stage in Hunter S. Thompson-worthy souvenir Las Vegas visors to strike a little fear and loathing in anyone averse to cranked amps.
Portugal. The Man returned to Life is Beautiful with a much higher profile after also playing the fest during its opening year of 2013.
R&B changeling Janelle Monae returned to Life is Beautiful on Saturday after playing the festival’s inaugural year in 2013.
Australian indie dance troupe Rufus Du Sol closed the Bacardi stage on Saturday with synth-driven anthems big as the night sky above.
Icelandic indie folk quintet Of Monsters and Men brought a “Fever Dream” to Life is Beautiful when they hit town for the first time since the release of their new album.
The Life is Beautiful music and art festival continued Saturday with thousands jamming downtown Las Vegas.
In its seventh year, Life is Beautiful is home to a unique immersive experience that invites festival-goers to wander into a calm, reclusive clearing, stake out a grassy knoll and take in the sights and sounds of a mystical forest.
Billie Eilish, Portugal. The Man and fast-food-themed seesaws highlight Life is Beautiful day one.
Plenty of distinctive dining options are available to general admission ticket holders at this year’s festival.
Returning as a Life is Beautiful headliner once again, this Chicago hip-hopper hit Vegas for the first time in support of his new album “The Big Day,’ his debut physical release.
Arguably Life is Beautiful’s hottest booking this year, 17-year-old Billie Eilish has become the first artist born in 2000s to earn a number song with her biting, brooding hit “Bad Guy.”
Whether it be in front of murals, marquees or promotional pop-ups, here are the most popular spots to take a picture.