Concert

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March 23rd, 2017

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

  • Music

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

  • Intersection

    In contrast, Cosmo’s indoor hall, the Chelsea, is booked well into fall.

  • Music

    Sunday’s de-facto headliner delivered a blissful wall of guitar noise that relented only when the foursome departed for its next gig.

  • Music

    Tickets go on sale Friday, March 17 at noon Vegas time.

  • Arts & EntertainmentMusicDowntown Las Vegas

    Temples were a standout choice for a Neon Reverb headliner, as the quartet seems poised for a breakthrough.

  • Music

    The show was to feature 11 acts—each wholly or partially comprised of female musicians—playing to an all-ages crowd at Arts District warehouse Inside Style.

  • Music

    The Drums bring their audience pure happiness every time they take the stage.

  • Music

    Also: Shonen Knife, Phantogram, Rancid and Prince’s former band, The Revolution.

  • Music

    "This is the best Vegas crowd I have ever been in front of,” he said about halfway through the show.

  • Music

    Also: Bryan Ferry, Goo Goo Dolls, Face to Face and Caveman.

  • Industry Weekly

    Dierks Bentley and Blake Shelton bring their hits to the Strip this weekend.

  • Music

    "They keep building them, and we keep selling them out."

  • Music

    From blues to alt-country, the roots-music genre will have a rare strong showing on local stages.

  • Music

    Also new to the bill: Psychic TV, Earthless and ex-Kiss guitarist Ace Frehley.

  • Music

    Also: Young the Giant, Kidz Bop and Katchafire.

  • Music

    The California goth-punk veterans are an efficient hard-rock machine, as they proved over the course of 70 minutes.

  • Music

    The three-night total: 77 songs, without a repeat. That’s how you take over a venue.

  • Music

    He changed costumes often, but it would have been a fun set even with my eyes closed.

  • Industry Weekly

    There’s no perfect way to describe what it feels like to be in the presence of a legend.

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  • Nightlife

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  • Dining

    Pick the winners in the second round of our 32-pizza joint tourney.

  • Dining

    Vegas brunch is more than a meal—it's a scene. Let us shine the light on the Vegas brunches you love and the ones you've yet ...

  • Dining

    Pick the winners in the third round of our 32-pizza joint tourney.

  • Intersection

    A pre-recession site development agreement has been dissolved, allowing other developers to build up the Smith Center-adjacent area.

  • Reviews

    Instead of sushi or ramen, irresistibly slurpable wheat noodles are the star of this show.

  • Dining

    From sweets to pizza to cheese fries, the suburban mallscape offers some tasty treats.

  • Intersection

    A staggering amount of large-scale LGBT events will be locally produced in 2017.

  • Industry Weekly

    Casual and cool, this Saturday night special is a meal to remember.

  • Fine Art

    Nevada is home to first-rate artists who can hold their own anywhere.

  • Industry Weekly

    Also catch El Taiger at Embassy, Calvin Harris at Omnia, Diplo at Encore Beach Club, Tyga at Daylight and Sisqo at the Go Pool.

  • Dining

    Welcome to Downtown Summerlin, home of some of Las Vegas’ funkiest fried chicken.

  • Music

    Isbell spent the evening connecting with a much larger crowd than usually shows up in Vegas for alt-country and Americana acts.

  • Music

    The singer and songwriter brings Panic! At the Disco back to Las Vegas March 24.

  • A&E

    Plus, Vince Gill and Lyle Lovett play the Smith Center and the Nevada Women's Film Festival runs at Springs Preserve.

  • Music

    The Phoenix psychedelic-punk outfit visits Fremont East Friday night.

  • Music

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

  • Industry Weekly

    Get a taste of his new EP this weekend at Drai’s Beachclub.