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Cosmopolitan announces Thursday pool concert series, featuring Gary Clark Jr., Marina and the Diamonds, Yellowcard

Marina & The Diamonds play the Boulevard Pool on May 9.

Thursdays at the Cosmopolitan’s Boulevard Pool are back. The Strip resort announced its spring and summer concert series Monday entitled 'Set Your Life to Music," scheduled to run from April through August.

This year’s twilight poolside series features a roster of acts spanning indie rock, electro, pop and beyond, and will feature a “backyard summer barbecue” vibe including a special summer food and cocktail menu, swimming and patio games like Giant Jenga.

All shows will begin at 7 p.m. with a set from DJ M!keattack, followed by the main performance at 9 p.m.

All tickets can be purchased beginning Friday, March 1 via Ticketmaster or the Cosmopolitan’s website; tickets for Hot Chip are already on sale.

The full 'Set Your Life to Music" schedule:

Thursday, April 18: Hot Chip with Four Tet, $26

Thursday, April 25: Aloe Blacc, $20

Thursday, May 2: New Beat Fund, $15

Thursday, May 9: Marina & The Diamonds, $20

Thursday, May 16: Yellowcard, $20

Thursday, May 23: JJAMZ, $15

Thursday, May 30: Matt & Kim, $20

Thursday, June 13: Elan Atias, $15

Thursday, June 27: Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown, $15

Thursday, July 4: Twin Shadow, $20

Thursday, July 25: Theophilus London, $20

Thursday, August 8: Gary Clark, Jr., $30

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