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This literary, arts and music fest is bringing together not merely a who’s-who, but a who’s-what of cultural figures.

Believer Fest announces its initial 2019 lineup

February 6th, 2019

This literary, arts and music fest is bringing together not merely a who’s-who, but a who’s-what of cultural figures.

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    The singer-songwriter favored album cuts, covers and lesser-known songs over a set of radio staples during his 90-minute show.

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    When Lady Gaga signed on for her first Las Vegas residency at Park MGM, the pop superstar immediately brought in ...

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    Recent developments—including departing talent at nearly all the residency-centric venues and the sudden postponement of Britney Spears’ second show, Domination—raise the question: Who's next?

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    The Roots, Kurt Vile, Travis Scott, Duran Duran and more.

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    Each show was loaded with smart setlist selections and exploratory, meaningful jams—all of it augmented by Chris Kuroda’s mesmerizing light show.

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    The Vermont jam band upends its "musical costume" tradition by concocting a whole new album by an imaginary Scandinavian band. It was glorious.

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    Anyone expecting a low-key, nostalgia-heavy set was doubtlessly surprised by how much of themselves the band put forward.

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    Each year seems to be bigger than the one before it for the Toronto-born artist, who turns 32 years old this month.

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    "London, New York and San Francisco were the cultural centers, and everyone kind of laughed at us. 'You’re from Detroit—don’t they make cars there?'"

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    The Texas neo-soul man breezed through his new album Good Thing.

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    Currently based in Nashville, he recorded solo debut Have a Little Cry alongside notable studio musicians, such as bassist Viktor Krauss, brother of singer-songwriter Alison ...

  • Music

    From the Stripes to his solo stuff, he’s got tough decisions to make.

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    Brendon Urie did it all at T-Mobile Arena, from floating on a piano to backflipping from a drum riser and covering Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody."

  • Music

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

  • Music

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

  • Music

    The frontman of the enduring alt-rock band talks producers, podcasts and his love for Las Vegas.

  • Music

    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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    When it opens at the Tropicana on February 11, the stars will be Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Whitney Houston and—wait for it—Lady Gaga.

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    Civillico performs Wednesday nights on the Strip, travels constantly for corporate work and still finds time for nonprofit work in Las Vegas and beyond.

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    “I really, really care about everyone that comes to the show. I like having conversation time in my shows. I want people to know I’m ...

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    “The idea was inspired by these terrific parties in Paris and Brussels on rooftops and thinking about how that would work in Las Vegas.”

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    The band's new "Sin City Residency" opens on August 14.

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    The ownership group is mostly from the Punjab province, and the focus on traditional, homestyle dishes from its native region has already developed a loyal ...

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    Jennifer Romas will celebrate 1,000 shows at Westgate this year.

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