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Life Is Beautiful music festival announces 2014 lineup

The Life is Beautiful music festival announced its eclectic lineup for its sophomore year in downtown Las Vegas Oct. 24-26, 2014. Headlining Life is Beautiful are Kanye West, Foo Fighters and OutKast. Some 70 musicians are slated to perform in the open-air festival, including Arctic Monkeys, Lionel Richie, Skrillex, The Flaming…

Go ‘Behind the Myths’ when ‘MythBusters’ comes to Las Vegas

TV’s perennial myth busters are bringing their live stage show, “MythBusters: Behind the Myths,” to Las Vegas. “Behind the Myths” stars “MythBusters'” longtime co-hosts Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage. The stage show, open to all ages, features onstage experiments, audience participation, video and behind-the-scenes stories. Some audience members will have the…

Drum roll, please: Go backstage with Blue Man Group

Blue Man Group takes fans on a backstage interactive tour of the long-running popular show at Monte Carlo in Las Vegas. If you’ve seen the show, you’ll recall the crazy-unique percussion instruments the Blue Men play. The Sunday afternoon tour lasts about an hour or so. During my onstage experience,…

Burlesque entices, teases in Las Vegas

From behind the curtain, a stockinged leg suggestively appears, the audience stirs. Then a gloved arm, a single finger beckoning to the audience. The music, upbeat, playful, cues the performer to appear, fully clothed, her costume leaving so, so much to the imagination. The performer shimmies, bumps, grinds, all the…

Memorial Day weekend shows in Las Vegas

Memorial Day weekend marks the start of summer vacation. Las Vegas has plenty to keep you busy during the weekend, and if you’re looking for a way to kick back and enjoy some quality entertainment, we’ve got you covered. Music   Air Supply Dates: May 23 – 25 Classic rockers…

MGM Resorts, AEG break ground on arena project

In two years time, a 20,000-seat indoor arena is expected to open just off the Las Vegas Strip, between New York-New York and Monte Carlo. The $375-million privately-funded project is expected to house 100 to 150 events per year — about two shows every weekend. The 650,000-square foot arena is…

Enjoy a gluten-free stay on the Las Vegas Strip

Anyone with a gluten allergy knows how tricky it can be to find a safe place to eat while traveling. If you’re someone who has Celiac disease or a sensitivity or intolerance to gluten, dining out can be like stepping on to a minefield. A wrong step, one cross-contaminated meal,…

Rock and funk find a home at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas

Where else on this planet can you eat a heaping plate of soul food, slip on some bowling shoes, hit a few pins and watch great performers, such as Perry Farrell of Jane’s Addiction wail through the band’s 1988 album, “Nothing’s Shocking?” Turns out Brooklyn, London and now, Las Vegas.…

Rock in Rio music festival sets sights on Las Vegas Strip

Festival promoter SFX Entertainment has announced plans to build a City of Rock outdoor music venue on the Las Vegas Strip through its music festival subsidiary, Rock in Rio. Billed as the “world’s largest music festival,” Rock in Rio was founded in 1985 and has produced 13 festivals. According to…

What we love about Vegas Nocturne at Rose.Rabbit.Lie

Here at Vegas.com, we love Vegas Nocturne at Rose. Rabbit. Lie. We’ve seen all sorts of shows, had drinks at many, many bars and clubs, and dined at the finest restaurants in Las Vegas. Yet, somehow, we fell under some sort of spell when we first stepped into the octagonal…

Another first for The Linq: The ACM music festival

The ACM Party for a Cause Festival marks the first major event offering by The Linq, an open-air shopping and entertainment district, and is expected to draw tens of thousands of country music fans April 4 and 5 to the Las Vegas Strip. The two-day festival, headlined by country music…