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Las Rageous 2018

April 20 & 21

5:30 PM

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Things got very loud in Downtown Vegas for the second annual Las Rageous April 20 & 21.  This year’s lineup went even harder than the last featuring headliners such as: A Perfect Circle on Friday, Five Finger Death Punch on Saturday, and rounded out by 15+ pummeling live acts including A Day to Remember, Judas Priest, and In This Moment. It was an epic weekend for all. Who’s ready to rage again?

Friday, April 20

Stage F
10:15 PM – A Day To Remember
8:35 PM – Underoath
6:55 PM – Pop Evil
6:00 PM – VYCES
5:10 PM – Silence Speaks (KOMP-FM Winner)

Stage U
11:15 PM – A Perfect Circle
9:20 PM – Clutch
7:40 PM – Beartooth
6:25 PM – New Years Day
5:35 PM – Otherwise

Saturday, April 21

Stage F
10:15 PM – Judas Priest
8:35 PM – Saxon
6:55 PM – Black Star Riders
6:00 PM – Joyous Wolf
5:10 PM – Bad Wolves

Stage U
11:15 PM – Five Finger Death Punch
9:20 PM – In This Moment
7:40 PM – Hollywood Undead
6:25 PM – Adelitas Way
5:35 PM – DED

Las Rageous is an all-ages event and doors open up at 4PM each day. For more information on the fest, including tickets, head to their website.

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For its second annual concert in sin city, Las Rageous brought skull rattling good times and heavy metal vibes to the Downtown Las Vegas Event Center. While last year’s Las Rageous had its outrageous moments, 2018 didn’t pull any punches with headliners like Five Finger Death Punch, A Perfect Circle, A Day to Remember, and Judas Priest.

Friday, April 20: Las Rageous Bands and Setlists
20 bands total conquered the stages that weekend. It’s difficult to choose some of the best performances, but we’ll try to retell the epicness still ringing in our ears.

Friday offered the following bands:

  • A Day to Remember
  • A Perfect Circle
  • Clutch
  • New Years Day
  • Otherwise
  • Pop Evil
  • Silence Speaks
  • Slaves
  • Underoath
  • Vyces

A Day to Remember Las Rageous 2018 Setlist
The pulsating riffs of the “pop smosh” group A Day to Remember launched the weekend with “The Downfall of Us All.” They ended their set with the universal favorite “If It means a Lot to You” that starts with haunting acoustic chords and climaxes in a dramatic culmination of vocals and hardcore emo glory. Of course, that wasn’t truly the end as they finished with the ‘07 hit.

  • The Downfall of Us All
  • I’m Made of Wax, Larry, What Are You Made Of?
  • 2nd Sucks
  • Right Back at It Again
  • A Shot in the Dark
  • All Signs Point to Lauderdale
  • Paranoia
  • Better Off This Way
  • Mr. Highway’s Thinking About the End
  • Have Faith in Me
  • All I Want
  • If It Means a Lot to You
  • The Plot to Bomb the Panhandle

Despite some complications with Jeremy’s mic in the second song of the set, it did little to slow down the concert.

The Perfect Circle 2018 Las Rageous Setlist
Who better to follow the emo and hardcore pop mix of A Day to Remember than The Perfect Circle? “Eat the Elephant” slows things down just to gradually build again throughout their performance. From their rendition of Depeche Mode’s “People Are People” to a fan-favorite like “The Doomed,” they pleased fans and soon-to-be fans.

  • Eat the Elephant
  • Disillusioned
  • Weak and Powerless
  • So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish
  • Rose
  • Thomas
  • 3 Libras (All Main Courses Mix)
  • People Are People (Depeche Mode cover)
  • The Contrarian
  • TalkTalk
  • Hourglass
  • Counting Bodies Like Sheep to the Rhythm of the War Drums
  • The Outsider
  • The Doomed
  • Feathers

This 90s group formed by former Tool vocalist Maynard James Keenan provided depth with their supergroup rock-mix.

Underoath 2018 Las Rageous Setlist
Underoath helps vamp up the night alongside VYCES with an albeit shorter setlist but nonetheless energetic and charged with their classic punk rock melodies and rhythms.

  • On My Teeth
  • It’s Dangerous Business Walking Out Your Front Door
  • Ihateit
  • Rapture
  • No Frame
  • Reinventing Your Exit
  • A Boy Brushed Red Living in Black and White
  • Writing on the Walls

For more information on Day 1 of Las Rageous 2018 check out Las Vegas Weekly.

Saturday, April 21: Las Rageous Bands and Set Lists
If crowd surfing is a sign of a good time, you know the second day of Las Rageous had some moments you did NOT want to miss.

Saturday had the following bands:

  • Adelitas Way
  • Bad Wolves
  • Black Star Riders
  • DED
  • Five Finger Death Punch
  • Hollywood Undead
  • In This Moment
  • Joyous Wolf
  • Judas Priest
  • Saxon

Adelitas Way 2018 Las Rageous Setlist
Starting the Saturdaze of hard rock, Adelitas Way play a favorite from their Home School Valedictorian album. The Las Vegas-based band call the blazing desert their home and were more than happy to please the crowd with top hits like “Invincibile.”

  • Sick
  • Criticize
  • Bad Reputation
  • Cage the Beast
  • Ready for War (Pray for Peace)
  • Notorious
  • Invincible

Recognize some of the songs? Good; you should. They’ve appeared on the likes of CSI Miami and WWE.

Five Finger Death Punch 2018 Las Rageous Setlist
Judas Priest headlined at one of the stages, giving enough time for fans to head over to Stage U for one of the other top headliners for the weekend. It was a moment a lot of people were waiting for. The air still vibrated with all the hard hitting chords of the weekend. And yet, wanted more.

And Five Finger Death Punch provided. They don’t tease and play outright some of the all-time favorites like “Jekyll and Hyde” and an unexpected acoustic version of “Wrong Side of Heaven.” The metal jabs don’t stop there.

  • Fake
  • Jekyll and Hyde
  • Wash It All Away
  • Ain’t My Last Dance
  • Lift Me Up
  • Bad Company (Bad Company cover)
  • Burn MF
  • I Apologize (Acoustic)
  • Wrong Side of Heaven (Acoustic)
  • Gone Away (The Offspring cover)
  • Got Your Six
  • Under and Over It
  • The Bleeding
  • House of the Rising Sun (The Animals cover)

At the end of the monumental setlist, it was hard to let the group go. The crowd collected in getting the band back on board for their incendiary classic hit, “The Bleeding.” The following performances had a tough act to follow, but it was worth the sore throat and sore legs.

For more information on Day 2 of Las Rageous 2018 check out Las Vegas Weekly. Also, you can find all these setlists and more at setlist.fm and be sure to check out this Las Rageous 2017 recap.

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