Bunkhouse

The Chamanas at Bunkhouse, Ben Nichols at Backstage Bar & Billiards and Snakehips at the Hard Rock Hotel pool.

Three under-the-radar shows to consider this week

August 2nd, 2018

The Chamanas at Bunkhouse, Ben Nichols at Backstage Bar & Billiards and Snakehips at the Hard Rock Hotel pool.

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    Also: Kingdom Hearts Orchestra at the Joint and Levitation Room at the Bunkhouse.

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    In 24 hours, the Bunkhouse went from seven musicians onstage to just one—and both acts delivered.

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    Also, comic Colin Kaye and a Downtown electro party.

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    “Some sick part of me likes to get filled with dread and go out there and see what happens.”

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    He’ll co-host a night of live music at the Bunkhouse with high-school friend and former Chapter 11 bandmate Clayton Scrivner.

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    Also: indie bands The Blank Tapes, Chief White Lightning and Bad Phantom.

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    Also: Fantastic Negrito at Bunkhouse and Marshmello at EBC.

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    “There’s a lot of young women of color who look up to me and thank me for representing them … it’s definitely a new thing, ...

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    Also: Paula Cole, Trixie Mattel and a beer and chocolate pairing.

  • A&E

    Also: Jonah Matranga doing “Water & Solutions” at the Bunkhouse

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    Soulkitchen’s 15th anniversary party and a Boulder City block party.

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    Also: synthwave act Das Mortal and rising country singer Colter Wall.

  • Music

    Also: Cults, Gwen Stefani’s new residency and an additional Caifanes performance

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