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The first music and arts event scheduled after the Route 91 Harvest festival was Emerge, a multiple-day fest dedicated to emerging artists and tastemakers.

A year later, we’re still attending music festivals

September 27th, 2018

The first music and arts event scheduled after the Route 91 Harvest festival was Emerge, a multiple-day fest dedicated to emerging artists and tastemakers.

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    It’s been six months since the Oct. 1 mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival on the Las Vegas Strip. But for the loved ...

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    Proceeds from Vegas Strong and Where We Live will go to the Las Vegas Victims’ Fund.

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    White Reaper, Mondo Cozmo and more will play Brooklyn Bowl, with proceeds going to the Las Vegas Victims' Fund.

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    The livelihood of Las Vegas has been wounded before, and it might be again, but the idea of Vegas is forever.

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    “After this event, I don’t think there’s an office or firefighter that just shakes hands. We hug now.”

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    The LVCVA’s Rossi Ralenkotter, County Commissioner Chris Giunchigliani and many more weigh in.

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