Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Avenged Sevenfold, Panic! At The Disco announce Vegas shows

Karen O and the Yeah Yeahs will play the Boulevard Pool on August 19.

The coming months are filling up quickly with shows, but a few new ones found their way in this week. Here's a look at the latest artists to announcing Vegas gigs:

Locals Panic! At The Disco return home for an Oct. 11 gig at the Cosmopolitan's Boulevard Pool, just days following the release of their latest record Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die!. Tickets cost $26 and are currently on sale through Ticketmaster and the Cosmopolitan box office.

Also coming to the Boulevard Pool are the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, who return to the venue for an Aug. 19 show just months after their headlining Coachella spillover gig in April. Tickets cost $33.50 and are currently on sale through the Cosmopolitan box office and Ticketmaster.

Indie surf outfit Surfer Blood will play a long-delayed Beauty Bar show on Oct. 18, touring behind full-length Pythons. Gauntlet Hair will open. Tickets are currently on sale and cost $12 in advance and $15 the day of the show. They can be purchased through Surfer Blood's website.

Hard rockers Avenged Sevenfold will play Vegas on Oct. 26 with openers Deftones and totally awesome costumed Swedish doom-metal band Ghost B.C.. Venue and ticket information are to be announced.

Ty Segall proto-metal side project Fuzz will play Beauty Bar on Oct. 24, touring behind their debut self-titled record, which comes out Oct. 1. CCR Headcleaner will open. Ticket information is to be announced.

Finally, the iHeartRadio festival announced its Vegas lineup for Sept. 20 and 21 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, with headliners include Justin Timeberlake, Phoenix, Katy Perry and more. Tickets are on sale now.

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