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Goodness returned to the tent for year three this Thanksgiving Eve on Wednesday, November 27, for an all-night event with live DJ performances by massive artists including Wax Motif, Dombresky, Angelz B2B Nukid, Flashgang, Dos Lonely Boys, and Treehau5.

El Fantasma

El Rey del Underground, El Fantasma performed at the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center on October 25. The star-packed lineup included Kanales, Los Austeros de Durango, Los Grandes DLB la de California, and Miguel y Sus Kompaz. It was definitely a night to remember!

Las Rageous 2019

Downtown Las Vegas rocked hard October 18 and 19 with the return of the legendary two-day rock and metal festival, Las Rageous. This festival was not meant for the faint of heart with two days of unstoppable music spread across the two intimate stages F & U.

Relive the epic weekend.

Las Rageous 2019 Lineup

The badass lineup featured Rob Zombie, Bring Me The Horizon, and The Used, just to mention a few, both Friday and Saturday. Many other favorite hard rock and metal bands filled the weekend, too.

Friday Lineup

The weekend launched with Vegas natives Words from Aztecs, before Dead Girls Academy, and Sigil took the stage. He Is Legend and Poppy continued the momentum with their head-splitting sets.

Fever 333, Sleeping With Sirens, and Dance Gavin Dance paved the soundwaves for the headliners of the night, the Used and Bring Me The Horizon. The long-awaited act did not disappoint with their metalcore melodies.

Saturday Lineup

Saturday had a roaring start with shows from Navarre, Mynas, and Taking Dawn quickly accompanied by Mongolian band, the Hu, known for their “blends of heavy metal and traditional Mongolian throat singing.”

The raging continued relentlessly with Beartooth and Atreyu followed by the much-anticipated performances from I Prevail and Chevelle. The hype didn’t stop there as Chevelle had only pre-vamped the blood-rattling for Rob Zombie’s grandiose finale.

In a blaze of glorious production singular to legendary Rob Zombie’s style and theatrics, the weekend ended on deafening and unforgettable electric chords.

The Experience

There was more than just music at the annual metal event. To enhance the festival experience, 2019’s Las Rageous offered a Bud Light Rock & Refuel Culinary Experience featuring over a dozen culinary offerings, Freak Show Wrestling, and on-site weddings at the Las Rageous wedding chapel.

Vendors like The Cake Wagon, 50 Shades Tastier, Project BBQ and so many more provided delicious foods while the bartenders poured thousands of beverages to quench sore throats.

Rock on All Year Long

Downtown Las Vegas Events Center is the area for the most fun downtown, from show-stopping concerts to fun-loving festivals and events.

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The Downtown Las Vegas Events Center and PRIDE  joined forces to celebrate the diversity in Las Vegas LGBTQ community on Friday, October 11 for the annual Las Vegas Night Parade & Saturday, October 12 for the Las Vegas PRIDE Family Festival.  This two-day celebration featured a unique set of lively events crafted for attendees of all ages. The weekend’s events included over 100 vendors, assorted food and beverage options, pop up drag shows, special appearances, and live entertainment.

The line featured performances by Kiesza, Vassy and Cazwell as well as performances by RuPaul’s Drag Race stars Manila Luzon and Bob The Drag Queen. Hosted by Jennifer Warner, Drew Dixon, Edie and J.Son. Plus Inaya Day, DJ Rex Von Rex, DJ Jaydean, Dollface, Empire Records, Zumba Group, Joey Jay, Joey Suarez, Lady Q, Nick Ayler, Nikki Exotika and Sonora Mar Y Mar.

Social Distortion & Flogging Molly

The American rock band Social Distortion killed it again with co-headlining punk band, Flogging Molly.  These iconic dual headliners took the stage for a SOLD OUT show on Saturday, September 28, and closed out summer with performances of all your favorite chart-topping hits.

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Area 51 Celebration

On Thursday, September 19, we sat back to share a beer, and talk all things aliens at the Area 51 Celebration instead of storming a government base! The Downtown Las Vegas Events Center partnered with Collective Zoo and Bud Light to host an out-of-this-world evening of top-secret entertainment.

Read what you missed at the Area 51 Celebration or relive the stellar experience all over again!

Mix 94.1’s Bite of Las Vegas

The Downtown Las Vegas Events Center hosted Mix 94.1’s Bite of Las Vegas food and music festival Saturday, September 14, 2019. With a delectable fun-filled night of artists such as Rob Thomas, SHINEDOWN (Acoustic), James Arthur, Shaed, Delacey, The Rua, and OBB. As well as great dishes from over 40 local and national eateries. Together, we ate tasty dishes and sat back to enjoy the music.

Lost 80s Live

Lost 80s Live brought a little retro flair to the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center on Saturday, September 7. Celebrating their 16th anniversary, the tour featured some of the most recognizable acts from the great decade. The 80’s flashback lineup was nothing short of spectacular featuring: A Flock of Seagulls, Missing Persons, Wang Chung, The Tubes, Farrington and Mann the original vocalists of “When in Rome UK”, The Motels, and many more.

Collective Zoo Block Party

We celebrated Labor Day weekend with the return of Collective Zoo Block Party at the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center on Saturday, August 31 with Big Gigantic (Live), Keys N Krates (DJ Set), Chet Porter (DJ Set) and more. Not only did we sing and dance but we also brought together some of the city’s best food trucks and a craft beer garden with over 20 different breweries, plus a custom 2,200-square-foot pool for a festival-inspired experience.

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Papa Roach

Papa Roach rocked the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center as part of their Who Do You Trust? live concert tour on Labor Day weekend. Sunday, September 1. The true trendsetters in rock music took the stage along with Asking Alexandria and Bad Wolves. We ate, we drank, we partied along with thousands of our favorite rock fans.