Life Is Beautiful Festival

  • Music

    The 2018 edition was handily the biggest ever, from how many people attended to how many options they had at any given time.

  • Music

    “Do you guys ever wonder if heaven is like this—just one long music festival?"

  • Fine Art

    Once again, the JustKids studio has curated a striking assortment of murals, with a few eye-popping standouts.

  • Music

    A few tips: Bring a water bottle and keep it filled, wear earplugs and be ready to deviate from your itinerary.

  • Music

    “No one is forced to listen to me—at least I hope they’re not.”

  • Dining

    You come from the music, but you leave talking just as much about the food.

  • Nightlife

    He just put the finishing touches on his next album and will likely tease new tracks at the festival and at Marquee.

  • Fine Art

    It’s not the craziest idea to visit the festival just to see the art, and this year there’s more of it than ever.

  • FeaturedLife Is Beautiful FestivalComedy

    The controversial comedian performs twice on Saturday at Life Is Beautiful.

  • Music

    Stick around for The Weeknd, Florence + The Machine and Arcade Fire.

  • Music

    From Welshy Arms to The Presets, Hinds to Sofi Tukker

  • Music

    It’s been a rapid ascent for someone who, before moving here in 2015, was living in a car with his son in LA.

  • Music

    Florence + The Machine, Blood Orange, Justice and more.

  • Music

    Also on the Downtown music fest’s bill: N.E.R.D., St. Vincent, Travis Scott, Justice and many more.

  • Music

    The music lineup for the Downtown festival was released today.

  • As We See It

    Zappos' CEO sends his Big Rig Jig sculpture to the English artist's Dismaland exhibition in exchange for a work to show at Life is Beautiful.

  • Nightlife

    Roster supplement highlights notable hip-hop program.

  • Music

    Also on the bill: Brandon Flowers, Shamir, Duran Duran, Hozier, Weezer, Major Lazer, Run the Jewels and more.

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  • Dining

    The Chef’s Table EPICurean Experience series at Mandalay Bay will offer a variety of fun dining moments all weekend long.

  • A&E

    To be a high-profile queen in Vegas, it takes everything you’ve got: celebrity-blessed impersonations, DIY diva know-how and a fearless sense of individuality.

  • Dining

    Chef Nikki Hughes’ small plates are top shelf, and the beer list is a living legend.

  • Music

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  • Music

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  • Nightlife

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  • Dining

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  • Arts & Entertainmentcharityfestival

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