From Summerfest to Woodstock, music festivals have become a place for bands and artists to share their joy of performing and fans to share their love for live music.
Legendary music events happen all year long across the US. Here are some of the best 2020 music festivals happening in Las Vegas, many of which should be on any music lover’s bucket list.
Top 10 Music Festivals in Las Vegas
From rock concerts to EDM shows, here is a list of some of the best festivals in the US that you can find right here in Las Vegas.
Electric Daisy Carnival
One of the biggest festivals to join in our valley is EDC, also known as Electric Daisy Carnival. This 3-day electronic music festival showcases multiple stages, state of the art pyrotechnics, and headliners guaranteed to make your head spin.
Having earned its spot as a festival staple, EDC continues to impress the masses with its fusion of nature and technology.
Collective Zoo Block Party
Talk about a neighborhood “get-together.” This is the block party that you can’t contain or ever call a square. It brings together the diversity of some of the best music, food, art, and culture.
Experience Vegas and some of the best live DJs in the business at the Collective Zoo Block Party at the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center.
Called the “A-list musical gathering,” the two-day music festival iHeartRadio Festival brings some of the greatest and latest musicians to Las Vegas. They come to entertain and mesmerize thousands of onlookers and tuned in listeners.
The 2019 iHeartRadio featured performers ranging from BTS to Camila Cabello at the T-Mobile Arena.
Get your rage on at this festivus. Things are guaranteed to definitely get loud at DLVEC’s annual Las Rageous. Some of the previously stacked lineups included artists like Rob Zombie, Judas Priest, A Perfect Circle, A Day to Remember, and many more.
The metal festival includes food trucks and even a few weddings in events’ past. See what you missed from the 2019 lineup.
Life Is Beautiful
Life is Beautiful may be new to the scene, but it sure doesn’t seem that way. Along with jaw-dropping lineups that included Billie Eilish and the Weekend, the festival highlights art and the immersive experience of what it means to be part of a festival.
It’s an experience that everyone will want on their bucket list.
Lost 80s Live
The 80s are alive and thriving in Las Vegas. Lost 80s Live brings you back to memory lane where they pack their line up with nothing but the classic. A flashback to previous lineups include artists such as A Flock of Seagulls, Wang Chung, Oingo Boingo former members, and more.
As the longest-running retro music festival, Lost 80s continues to exceed expectations with on throwback at a time.
Psycho Las Vegas
Referred to as “America’s rock n’ roll bacchanal,” the two-day event, resort-wide casino takeover will feature seventy-plus artists across four stages, including the iconic House of Blues stage.
This is one of the end-of-summer events that’s hard to miss.
Punk Rock Bowling
Every punk rocker’s favorite weekend, Punk Rock Bowling offers a 3-days of music and 5 days of non-stop entertainment.
2020’s 22nd annual event lineup features Madness, Circle Jerks, Cock Sparrer, Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Streetlight Manifesto, Lunachicks, and more! Tickets are already selling fast for May 23rd through the 25th so get your tickets while you can.
April 2020 has more rock for Vegas locals and music lovers. Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly is one of the largest of its kind and is celebrating its 22nd year at The Orleans Hotel and Casino.
Another Collective Zoo creation and curation, Zoology is an event series with unmatched DJ talent lineups.
Z00logy 2020 is back for its fourth annual festival in January, promising a tantalizing experience with its 20,000 square foot festival style tent transformed into the Wildlife Kingdom.
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