Things kick off this week with the return of the city’s longest-running music festival, the rockabilly gathering Viva Las Vegas.
Jason Bracelin once went on tour with Kid Rock so you don’t have to. Prior to first being named the R-J’s music writer in 2006, Bracelin was the music editor for the Cleveland Scene alt-weekly. He is a graduate of the University of Illinois. A Decatur, Ill. native, Bracelin has lived in Las Vegas since 2006.
Stacey Stardust’s Secret Circus is Vegas’ first — and only — circus open mic, a novel, irreverent, unabashedly bawdy showcase for sideshow performers and other acts.
Everything you need to know about going to the world’s largest dance music festival.
On a recent Thursday night, the new The Seance Room experience at Lost Spirits Distillery is underway, and things are about to get weird — or weirder, to put it more accurately.
From teeth-marked combat boots to Black Flag drum kits, it’s all here at new home for punkers.
The craft beer fest, which returns this weekend, has grown considerably in the past 11 years — and the Vegas craft brew community has grown right along with it.
Dozens of competitors hit the Silverton with whiskers and a dream
If three days of dusk ‘til dawn electronic dance music with 180,000 or so of your closest friends isn’t quite enough, go ahead and breathe that sigh of relief now, as the EDC Week 2023 lineup is here.
It’s March 6, 1971, a day that will reverberate for decades, one that will ultimately prove to be a bullhorn amplifying the voices of Nevada’s poor, catalyzing institutional change still felt today.
Can’t get out of town but looking for some sweet staycation swag? Our low-fashion maven introduces you to the world’s greatest — or at least weirdest — array of Vegas T-shirts.
For the first time, the three-day music and arts festival will offer a pre-sale ticket window exclusively for those with a Nevada billing address.
Only a month ago, Frank Steele faced the prospect of closing Frankensons — a life’s ambition dashed on the unforgiving rocks of reality. Then Keith Lee showed up — unannounced.