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The inaugural festival succeeded largely on the strength of surprise. This time, there could be no replicating that initial burst of wonder.
Need a ticket for Friday's sold-out, three-set show? You'll need about $500—or a miracle.
The follow-up disc sounds like what you’d expect of two titans combining contrasting lightning bolts: high-powered, excessive, brilliant and destructive.
It’s hard to be cynical about the gravel-punk band's first release in five years.
The country-ish singer-songwriter goes completely pop on her latest release.
It was worth attending just to see Brian Burton (also known as DJ Dangermouse) perform live.
Our photographer turned her camera on festival-goers as the sun set over Life Is Beautiful.
From their 9th-grade repertoire to hits from the past two decades, Foo Fighters rocked Las Vegas.
The rising country star's genuine delivery is incomparable.
A model of the festival site reveals positions of City of Rock and six performance stages.
While the quirky musical twists didn’t always match up with the smooth vocals, the production as a whole delivered.
What went down on the Vegas festival's third day?
Frontman Alex Turner can even make singing about a vacuum cleaner sultry.
And the electronics never overwhelmed the live percussion during the dance-pop act's evening performance.
This was the most Vegas set of Life Is Beautiful—and it was stunning.