Life is Beautiful is the latest festival to join a growing list of events looking hopefully towards the future. This well-loved urban festival is an art-filled, adult playground dropped smack in the middle of Downtown Las Vegas.
After a long year filled with heartbreak, closed venues, and silent stages the idea that this year could be the release we’ve all been waiting for is starting to bloom along with spring. Large-scale events have begun to release lineups, as well as detailed safety plans to keep festival-goers as safe as possible. With active cases numbers seeing massive decreases by the day and vaccinations increasing, the light at the end of the tunnel seems to be growing brighter every day.
This Sin City star has a little bit of everything for everyone to enjoy.
This one-of-a-kind desert gem takes the festival experience a step further by melding comedy, art, and music to create a uniquely Las Vegas experience. While music may only scratch the surface of what is available to enjoy at Life is Beautiful, the lineup is the shining star of this early fall fest. Spanning nearly every genre from hip-hop to indie, everyone will be able to find something to enjoy here.
Featuring names like Billie Eilish, Modest Mouse, and LSDream this diverse lineup aims to please every musical taste. The comedy lineup, as well as the panel discussion guest schedule both, currently remain unannounced.
The 2021 iteration of Life is Beautiful will take place this fall on September 17-19. Tickets for the event will go on sale Friday, 3/12. There are currently no solid COVID protocols set. However, the website states that this will change, and requirements for attendance will be provided closer to the event date. In the event of postponement or cancelation, refunds will be available to all ticket-holders.
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