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Also: Kid Rock and a slew of bookings for Brooklyn Bowl

Concert on-sales: Foo Fighters top NYE weekend at the Cosmopolitan

November 1st, 2017

Also: Kid Rock and a slew of bookings for Brooklyn Bowl

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    Tegan and Sara treated Saturday’s show as a sort of storytelling session, addressing 2007 album "The Con"—and anything tangential to it.

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    I've seen the Boston indie rockers three times, and this was the best performance.

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    Also: Black Label Society and a slew of new Brooklyn Bowl shows.

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    Also: Willie Nelson, Noel Gallagher and another Killers show.

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    Also: Unsane, Life is Sh*t Festival and another Moody Blues run

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    Also: Hollywood Undead, Bayside and Theresa Caputo.

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    Ticketholders for the September 2 Grand Garden Arena show can seek out refunds at point of purchase.

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    Also: Ruff Ryders, Metal Alliance Tour and Viva Ras Vegas weekender.

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    Also: The Drums, Tegan and Sara and Chicano Batman.

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    Also: P.O.D., My Life with a Thrill Kill Kult and two Raw Femme showcases.

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    Also: Marc Anthony, Ty Segall and what may be Kenny Rogers’ final Las Vegas show.

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    The Goodie Mobb/Gnarls Barkley member returns to Las Vegas for shows in a more intimate setting.

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    Also: Mary J. Blige, August Alsina, a slew of Brooklyn Bowl shows and a trio of dates by Van Morrison

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    It’s frenetic yet focused, its anthemry now rawer and more exploratory.

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    Teaser: Also: Billy Currington, Pepe Aguilar and Il Divo’s new Venetian residency

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    Also: Father John Misty, Melissa Etheridge and … two different editions of Yes.

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    The alt-rock band performed old favorites, covered chestnuts and debuted a new song during the first of three local shows.

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    Also: Howard Jones, Rod Stewart, John Michael Montgomery and more.

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    Also: The Shins, The B-52s, more Mandalay Bay Beach shows ... and KISS in Laughlin.

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    She'll perform his classic concept album "In the Wee Small Hours" on Jan. 12.

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    "There’s no way we could cover everything we have. It would have to be a three-and-a-half-hour show."

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    "I cannot wait to share what we have in store for Las Vegas."

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    He’s done acid in Las Vegas, which he calls “a bad life decision.”

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    Corned beef bread pudding Benedict? Yes, please.

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    Cole is expanding on his role as Charlie in "Black-ish" with the award-winning show's spin-off, "Grown-ish."

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    The incoming artists are better known in Ibiza, where dance music remains house-centric.

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    Led Zeppelin, the Grateful Dead and Bob Marley all played concerts there.

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    The in-demand hip-hop and R&B singer, writer and producer takes his talents to the Cromwell this weekend.

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    The hip resort hosts a pool hiring party on January 18.

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    Last year, four location added growler fill stations, rotating in kegs of Pizza Port’s Bacon & Eggs coffee porter, Lovelady’s peanut butter-laced Paleo Porter and ...

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    Using elements of dance, contortion and gymnastics, this trio fits right in.

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    It could have been a scene straight out of a science fiction thriller.

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    Potato pancakes, tortas, loco moco and more.

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    “I’m not competitive, but I do think I was the greatest strip-club DJ who ever lived.”

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    “I’m telling everybody to go down and buy as much as you can, because tomorrow it may not be there.”

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    Tom Hanks plays Ben Bradlee, a born newspaperman whose only instinct is to publish the Pentagon Papers.

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    “Compared to my Ohio life, people are more positive here, more responsive to literary things.”