Courtney Love, Michael Buble, Jimmy Eat World and more announce Vegas shows

Jimmy Eat World plays House of Blues on September 25.
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Mark your calendars. A slate of artists announced upcoming Vegas shows this week to round out the summer and keep us looking forward to the fall.

Rock 'n' roll's favorite hot mess Courtney Love will kick off Vinyl's one year anniversary celebration weekend at the Hard Rock Hotel with a pair of shows on August 22 at 8:30 p.m. and August 23 at 9:30 p.m. Tickets range from $35 to $47 and are currently on sale through Ticketmaster.

Brooklyn-based rapper Kid Cudi will play the Cosmopolitan's Boulevard Pool on August 23. The Grammy winner is currently touring behind his third full-length album Indicud, which was released in April. Tickets cost $50 and are on sale now through Ticketmaster and the Cosmopolitan website.

Pop-rock heroes Jimmy Eat World return to Vegas this fall with a show at the House of Blues at Mandalay Bay on September 25. Tickets cost $26 and are on sale starting today through Ticketmaster and the House of Blues Box Office.

The MGM Grand Garden Arena will welcome Canadian crooner Michael Buble on November 23 for Round 3 of his U.S. tour behind his latest album To Be Loved, released in April. Ticket prices range from $62.50 to $118 and are on sale now through Ticketmaster.

Feminist folk icon Ani DiFranco will play a gig at the Hard Rock Cafe on the Strip on October 18. Tickets for the 18-and-over show cost $34.50 in advance and $38 the day of and can be purchased now through Ticketcake.com.

Also on sale today are tickets for the touring international EDM festival Sensation, which will bring its "Ocean of White" show to the MGM Grand Garden Arena on October 4 and 5. Tickets cost $153.50 for regular day passes and $253.50 for VIP and can be purchased through Ticketmaster.

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