Emerge Music+Impact Conference

Brittany Rose, Ekoh, Sabriel and Dark Black bring additional Vegas vibes.

Emerge adds more local artists to the lineup

September 20th, 2017

Brittany Rose, Ekoh, Sabriel and Dark Black bring additional Vegas vibes.

  • Industry Weekly

    The Southside Chicago hip-hop artist released his debut album in May.

  • Music

    Also announced: a huge wave of new bands, including Lower Dens, White Reaper and The Regrettes.

  • Industry Weekly

    Arrow de Wild and her LA group are set to play November’s Emerge conference.

  • Industry Weekly

    Like many teenagers, Omar Banos doesn’t have a conventional sleep schedule.

  • Industry Weekly

    In the past three years, the band has cut demos with Dinosaur Jr.’s J Mascis and Off!’s Steve McDonald, and signed to Warner Bros.’ imprint ...

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    Lisa Shufro says the conference will flip the script on the typical speaker experience.

  • Industry Weekly

    He’s helping drive new live entertainment developments across the country and serving as a curator for the Emerge music conference.

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    It’s a music fan’s dream: seeing the next Nirvana or Beyoncé up close in a small room, before the rest of the world has caught ...

  • MusicFeaturedEmerge Music+Impact Conference

    Imagine Dragons’ Dan Reynolds says: “They know how to help the artists—and those who are coming to listen—have an incredible experience.”

  • MusicFeaturedEmerge Music+Impact Conference

    “At a lot of other festivals put so much focus on headliners that people don’t find new talent. A lot of these artists have a ...

  • Industry Weekly

    The 15-year-old LA indie-pop singer will perform at Emerge in Las Vegas.

  • Industry Weekly

    Mondo Cozmo packages relatable, everyman messages with style and gusto.

  • Industry Weekly

    The third member of the group is a towering creation of metal and mallets called Dotman.

  • Industry Weekly

    Live Nation Las Vegas President Kurt Melien is one of the music industry figures helping with Emerge.

  • Industry Weekly

    James Alex’s curious, emotional musings feel like a modernized version of 1800s Romanticism.

  • Industry Weekly

    Iron Mike’s new version of his one-man show shares stories from his life beyond the ring.

  • Dining News

    Irvine-based In-N-Out Burger confirmed plans to add two more Las Vegas-area restaurants. The new restaurants are scheduled to open at the

  • A&E

    If your first time acting in a play live on stage resulted in that play getting an extension from a three-month run to an eight-month ...

  • NewsAllAggregate

    After a thorough victory over the weekend at Idaho, one of ESPN’s writers have the Rebels pegged for a postseason bowl game. David M. Hale’s ...

  • Intersection

    The eventual arrival of an Amazon-sized, non-gaming employer is inevitable, so will we fortify our schools, our infrastructure and our transit?

  • A&E

    Brooklyn Bowl, Beerhaus and, of course, Hofbräuhaus.

  • NewsAllSports

    Most felt Golovkin won the slugfest, or at very least it was an extremely close fight, but ringside judge Adalaide Byrd scored the fight ...

  • A&E

    Las Vegas' first lady of jazz is ready to bring another dose of Carole King hits to Cabaret Jazz.

  • Arts & EntertainmentMusicFeatured

    It’s the hook from “Despacito”—the recent monster smash by another Puerto Rican artist, Luis Fonsi—that’s fueling the current surge.

  • Intersection

    Amenities will include lakes for cable wakeboarding, surf and whitewater rafting; indoor biking and skydiving; towers for rock climbing and bungee jumping; and ziplines.

  • Reviews

    The ribs are rich and smoky, and the brisket is just fatty enough, moist and tender with a thin layer of savory bark.

  • Industry Weekly

    Stylist and salon owner Tzigane Libson knew she wanted to go above and beyond.

  • Dining

    The always-interesting food journey of Jolene Mannina continues.

  • Music

    Also announced: a huge wave of new bands, including Lower Dens, White Reaper and The Regrettes.

  • Intersection

    Spun off the technology that enabled the “silent disco” trend, it uses wireless headphones to transmit music and instruction to yogis.

  • Dining News

    Also: Stop what you're doing and go vote on the official nachos of the Vegas Golden Knights.

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    It’s not an ideal platform—the service flatly rejects vertical works—but it is an easy gallery to browse, one that never closes.

  • Industry Weekly

    Flosstradamus plays Intrigue as a warm-up for his big club tour.

  • Industry Weekly

    Don’t skip the colorful, creative cuisine on the Cosmopolitan’s third floor.