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Life Is Beautiful Festival sets Downtown dates: October 26 & 27

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Life Is Beautiful point man: Rehan Choudhry.
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Las Vegas’ highly-anticipated Life Is Beautiful festival announced Saturday, October 26 and Sunday, October 27 as the inaugural dates for its Downtown music, food and art blowout.

The festival will feature performances by established international acts as well as up-and-coming locals, with a full lineup to be announced in coming weeks.

The event will also showcase more than 60 chefs, restaurants, mixologists and winemakers, local artists and a speakers series spread across more than 10 city blocks throughout Downtown’s Fremont East district.

“We are assembling an unprecedented lineup of musicians, chefs, artists and speakers to entertain, engage and encourage festival goers all within a historic urban environment,” Rehan Choudhry, CEO of Aurelian Marketing Group, said in a statement. “We want the convergence of entertainment and ideas that weekend to inspire people to find the beauty in life.”

Life Is Beautiful is being developed by Las Vegas-based Aurelian Marketing Group and music festival veterans Another Planet Entertainment, in collaboration with First Friday Las Vegas’ Maktub Marketing and the Downtown Project.

Additional information about tickets, music and chef lineups will be released at a later date. Visit lifeisbeautifulfestival.com for more details.

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