Downtown Las Vegas

Have questions about living Downtown? A panel of experts attempts to answer them.

What are the future prospects for living Downtown?

June 16th, 2017

Have questions about living Downtown? A panel of experts attempts to answer them.

  • Intersection

    27-year old Madeline Rubidoux wants to make bread for all Las Vegans.

  • Music

    The festival billed it as Cock Sparrer’s “last U.S. show for a long time,” but tradition dictates the band will return in 2020.

  • Music

    After the encore, Iggy beat on his chest and raised his hands over his head—a triumphant pose for a triumphant performance.

  • Music

    Far from noodling, leader Tom Verlaine picked each note and made every sound with very specific purpose.

  • Intersection

    He’s preparing to talk to several urban-friendly chains, including Sprouts, 365 by Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s.

  • Intersection

    Downtown Henderson’s Public Works Coffee Bar and a second Grouchy John’s are slated to open within the month.

  • A&E

    The Red Barn sign — from one of Las Vegas' first gay bars — will be the first Neon Museum piece to visit the Fashion ...

  • A&E

    Dave Attell, Tig Notaro and many more play seven Downtown venues from May 18-20.

  • Intersection

    “Every time a harebrained idea that’s absolutely incompatible with our neighborhood comes up, we have to fight it off with a stick.”

  • A&E

    The Friday-Saturday series of literary events showcased enlightening performances from national and local writers.

  • Music

    The closing set provided a proper send-off for a successful first-year festival.

  • Music

    UFC president Dana White was up close for Godsmack—and not ensconced in some VIP area.

  • Music

    The Vegas-birthed band plays Las Rageous Saturday at 6:50 p.m.

  • Music

    So much metal, so little un-punctured eardrum.

  • Music

    Lone band founder and guitarist/songwriter talks festivals, fans and DJ gigs at the Hard Rock.

  • NewsAllAggregate

    Las Vegas has taken a beating from the architecture establishment over the years, with critics characterizing the city’s resorts and casinos as a carnival of ...

  • Intersection

    Downtown is great—until it's time to restock the pantry with anything natural.

  • Intersection

    The gastropub at Atomic Liquors is now serving, and it was worth the wait.

  • Intersection

    There’s something new in the former Drink & Drag in Neonopolis.

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  • MusicFeatured

    Smoke + Mirrors was one of the most dark periods of my life,” frontman Dan Reynolds says.

  • MusicFeatured

    Whited has circled the world umpteen times over, parlaying his role as drum tech for The Killers into similar gigs with Death Cab for Cutie ...

  • Music

    Sugar Ray plays a concert at night at the Flamingo's pool June 25.

  • Dining

    The Forum Shops is celebrating 25 years of changing the Las Vegas experience this year, having opened in May 1992 when luxury retail was not ...

  • MusicFeatured

    “This sounds like the ‘montage’ song from any number of ’80s movies, The Karate Kid, especially.

  • Industry Weekly

    The singer has kept busy in the two years since his Wildheart album.

  • Music

    “These are the 100 emerging artists you should be paying attention to, because they’re going to really matter in the next 18 to 24 months."

  • Intersection

    Vegas' first pro team has opened its first merchandise store at T-Mobile Arena.

  • A&E

    The veteran stand-up performer returns to the Mirage's Aces of Comedy series this weekend.

  • Music

    Not all shows need an encore, though Saturday’s deserved one.

  • Music

    Creeper, Save Ferris, War on Women and more.

  • Intersection

    The nonprofit recently cut its operating hours and staff salaries to offset funding issues.

  • Industry Weekly

    You can also catch Lexy Panterra at Rehab and Sugar Ray at the Flamingo.

  • Industry Weekly

    “I’ve made lots of changes but they are changes people don’t see.”

  • Music

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

  • Film

    Just getting through Michael Bay’s fifth—and, for the third time, reportedly final film in the series—makes for an exhausting endeavor.

  • A&E

    Electric Daisy Carnival is a bonanza of noise and light—or 'Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome' meets 'Alice in Wonderland.'

  • Reviews

    Take your friends and order something silly, just for kicks, but focus on the delicious seafood dishes.