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‘Whose Live Anyway?’ hits Smith Center, and Last Friday revs up again on Water Street.

Death Cab for Cutie, an Anne Leibovitz visit, Boulder City Beerfest and more stuff to do this week in Vegas

March 27th, 2019

‘Whose Live Anyway?’ hits Smith Center, and Last Friday revs up again on Water Street.

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    The Southern California-born country star can't wait to get back on the Vegas stage.

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    Even after a decade as the house band for The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon, they prioritize musicianship over the cheaper thrills of celebrity.

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    Slander takes over the Joint on February 9.

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

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    Florida Georgia Line kicks off its run at Zappos Theater.

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    The Valley’s longest-running goth night celebrates its seventh anniversary with a legend spinning.

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

  • Music

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

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    If you showed up expecting “Closer,” “Down In It” or “Hurt,” frontman Trent Reznor sent you home thirsty.

  • Nightlife

    Major Lazer at EBC, Duke Dumont at Daylight and more.

  • Music

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

  • A&E

    Also: a TV Party Tonight anniversary bash and three plays to catch this month.

  • Music

    “This record has very little insecurity. It was a blast to make, and it’s really fun to play live.”

  • A&E

    It’s good to see him telling jokes with a smile on his face.

  • Music

    The soul influence extended to older favorites, with the horn section augmenting “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)” and “Since U Been Gone."

  • Music

    It will be one of the first opportunities to hear playful lead single “Love So Soft” and brassy empowerment anthem “Whole Lotta Woman” live.

  • Music

    The show never felt rushed, and the band never sounded anything but polished, whether on new songs or slightly tweaked versions of old favorites.

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