Life Is Beautiful announces lineup day splits, single-day ticket sales

Fred Morledge

Wanna see Foo Fighters and Arctic Monkeys but don't care about Kanye West? Or maybe OutKast and The Roots but not Skrillex or Girl Talk? Life Is Beautiful is giving you options. October's Downtown Las Vegas music, food, art and learning festival has announced information about single-day tickets, along with the day splits for its performers, chefs and speakers.

Individual tickets for Friday, October 24; Saturday, October 25; and Sunday, October 26 will be priced at $105 ($250 for VIP) apiece and go on sale this Friday, September 5 at 10 a.m. through Three-day festival passes are still available for $250 ($595 VIP).

And, so you know which day(s) you might like to attend, the lineup will be divided like this …

Friday: Music: Kanye West, The Weeknd, Panic! At The Disco, Girl Talk, The Head and The Heart, Phantogram, Jenny Lewis, Neon Trees, Baauer, Holy Ghost!, Switchfoot, RAC, Mø, Vintage Trouble, M4SONIC, Echosmith, Sleeper Agent, ASTR, Priory, Nostalghia, Rusty Maples, American Cream. Chefs: Hubert Keller, Cat Cora, Rick Moonen and Duff Goldman. Speaking sessions featuring: Marie Forleo, Rick Elias, Tony Hsieh, Fred Mossler, Mel & Patricia Ziegler, Peter Aguero, Oscar Goodman, Ed Gavagan, Sekeena Gavagan, Peter Aguero, Amelia Rose Earhart, Adam Braun and Giles Duley.

Saturday: Music: OutKast, Lionel Richie, The Flaming Lips, The Roots, Alt-J, TV On The Radio, Fitz & The Tantrums, Matt & Kim, G-Eazy, Kimbra, OK GO, Tycho, MS MR, DJ Mustard, J.Roddy Walston & The Business, The Preature, Bear Hands, Ásgeir, DJ Cassidy, MisterWives, Catfish and The Bottlemen, Paper Route, Ekoh. Chefs: Spike Mendelsohn, Marc Forgione, Bryan and Larry Forgione, Bruce and Eric Bromberg, Nancy Silverton and Jonathan Waxman. Speaking sessions featuring: Paul Mattingly, Matt Donnelly, David Peterson, John Rennie, Gabor Forgacs, Andrew Hessel, Scot Nery, Lizzie Velasquez, Jill Vialet and Rehan Choudhry.

Sunday: Music: Foo Fighters, Skrillex, Arctic Monkeys, Broken Bells, Kacey Musgraves, Little Dragon, A-Trak, Mayer Hawthorne, tUnE-yArDs, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, St. Lucia, Galantis, Trampled By Turtles, Ryan Hemsworth, Dizzy Wright, Nahko and Medicine for the People, The Orwells, Holychild, Moksha, Sabriel, Rabbit!. Chefs: Jet Tila, Sam Marvin, Donald Link and Scott Conant. Speaking sessions featuring: Scot Nery, José Andrés, Adam Pesapane, Kavita Shukla Matt Donnelly, Ricki Lake, Zubin Damania, Isaiah Austin, Sue Bryce and Justin & Meghan Sylvester.

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