rock

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

Concert on-sales: Ed Sheeran, The Who, Warped Tour and more

March 15th, 2017

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

  • Music

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

  • Music

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

  • Music

    The Vegas trio has won the ears of local scenesters and show promoters.

  • Music

    The Cleveland band gives its riff-heavy anthemry some clarity.

  • Music

    The garage-rock great and famed producer/engineer Steve Albini occasionally fumble its collaboration.

  • Music

    With more confessional lyrics and an expanded sound, the English trio offer more to absorb.

  • Music

    Harsh textures are (mostly) eschewed for languid synth-pop, an ambient glaze and gentle individual elements.

  • Music

    As we braced for the anniversary of Bowie's death, his team delivered a surprise nugget the day before his birthday.

  • Music

    Joe Walsh has had more time than expected to play his own music after the sudden death of Eagles bandmate Glenn Frey last January. Walsh ...

  • Music

    Also, the melodies are catchier and the rhythms are tighter than they have been in a long time.

  • Music

    The jam masters triumph again, especially during their stunning, reverential performance of David Bowie's 'The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From ...

  • Music

    Phish tones down the jam fireworks in favor of more considered, contemplative improv masterwork.

  • Music

    "This is a massive stage, a massive show, the way rock music was meant to be played.”

  • Music

    It might sound odd to call Prophets of Rage a politically conscious nostalgia act, but that’s essentially what the group is.

  • Music

    Alice In Chains returns to Vegas to play the Joint on October 1.

  • Music

    The English foursome complements its big pop songs with equally big visual displays at T-Mobile.

  • Music

    The singer-songwriter doesn't disappoint after fulfilling his postponed January Brooklyn Bowl date.

  • NewsAllHome News

    Palace Station will soon be ditching its train motif as a multimillion-dollar renovation project on the 41-year-old casino continues. The remodeling began last fall, and ...

  • Nightlife

    SBE, a privately held hospitality company that operates hotels, restaurants and nightclubs around the world, today announced it is in “advanced discussions to merge Hakkasan ...

  • NewsAllSports

    Blending scarlet and gray with silver and black on top of green will present a tricky art project at the proposed NFL football stadium in ...

  • A&E

    If you haven’t made these rounds, you don’t really know Vegas.

  • Dining

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

  • UNLV sportsFeaturedFashion

    On the court, in the studio and in front of the camera, twin sisters and Las Vegas Weekly Spring Fashion Issue stars Dylan and Dakota ...

  • Music

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

  • Industry Weekly

    When most people are calling it a night, the afterhours set is just digging in for underground sounds.

  • Industry Weekly

    Also: Find Nicky Romero and Skrillex at Encore Beach Club, 2 Chainz at 1 OAK and DJ Mustard at Tao Beach.

  • Dining

    Find standout sweets at the new Flamingo Road doughnut shop.

  • Industry Weekly

    The Twerkshop takes over the Hard Rock this week.

  • Industry Weekly

    The Palazzo restaurant’s collection reflects the three “founding fathers” of Japanese whiskeys.

  • Industry Weekly

    The Red Rock Resort Italian eatery gets a fresh menu makeover.

  • Dining

    Pick the winners in the third 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 ...

  • Intersection

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

  • Film

    As has been the case with all of Disney’s live-action updates, bigger does not equal better.

  • A&E

    Nintendo has claimed not to be competing with Sony and Microsoft, but of course it is.

  • Industry Weekly

    Imagine a USDA Prime Kansas City bone-in sirloin dry-aged in IrishAmerican Whiskey for 30 days … then go eat it.

  • Reviews

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