When is the Music Festival in Las Vegas This Fall? 

When is the music festival in Las Vegas? This year, there are several concerts and festivals that you can attend during October. Among them is the iHeartRadio Music Festival, the Life is Beautiful festival, and the Exodus Festival Las Vegas. Here are some of the most notable events happening in and around Las Vegas this fall. If you’re a rockabilly fan, there is also the Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Festival. 

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iHeartRadio Music Festival 

The iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Sin City is a two-day event that takes place every September. Founded in 2011, this event is held along the famous Las Vegas Strip in Nevada, United States. Featuring both local and international acts, this music festival is a great place to see live music from a variety of genres. If you’ve never attended this event, you should! 

Life is Beautiful festival 

Life Is Beautiful is a three-day music, culinary, art, and learning festival held in Las Vegas, Nevada. It debuted in 2013 as a three-day event and became one of the world’s top-grossing festivals in 2019. For the fifth consecutive year, it will host one of the most eclectic lineups, including some of today’s biggest names in music. Here are some highlights of the festival. 

Exodus Festival Las Vegas 

The Exodus Festival Las Vegas is a debauched music festival with a massive lineup of international DJs, big-name acts, and other attractions. The event spans several swanky venues throughout the city, promising to be a hangover-worthy weekend. You’ll find pool parties and non-pool parties, as well as plenty of naked people. But you can’t get to all the fun without a ticket. 

Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Festival 

The Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend is the rockabilly equivalent of Comic-Con. This weekend-long festival is chock full of events for the whole family, as well as those who enjoy the era’s glitzy lifestyle. Thousands of people attend, and they have everything from dancing lessons to pin-up competitions to enjoy the festival’s food and drink. What’s more, this weekend-long event is hosted by renowned filmmaker John Waters. 

Intersect Music Festival 

Amazon Web Services has announced the date for the next edition of Intersect, the music festival in Las Vegas, which takes place December 6 and 7 this year. The festival has a stellar lineup of artists, including Foo Fighters, Beck, Kacey Musgraves, and Leon Bridges. Fans can also expect to hear performances by H.E.R., Kacey Musgraves, and more. 

Vibra Urbana 

The Vibra Urbana music festival is a must-see if you’re planning a trip to Vegas. It is the largest reggaeton festival in the United States and has made an important impact on the Latin music scene. The festival has created immersive experiences and made unprecedented growth leaps, and with the support of Insomniac Events, it is expanding into Las Vegas in 2022. The event will feature 70+ artists, and tickets will go on sale on February 11, 2022. 

Motley Brews 

This beer-centric music and food festival will celebrate all things craft. The first edition was held in 2011 and has grown considerably since then. It will feature food and beer pairings and competitions, including the Taco Tiki Throwdown and Great Tasting. During the festival, you can taste the craft beer of dozens of local breweries and taste their best wares. And don’t forget to try the local craft beer, as Motley Brews is Nevada’s largest craft beer festival. 

Rise Lantern Festival 

RiSE Lantern Festival is a yearly event that draws thousands of people from across California and Las Vegas to celebrate the art and music of the Mojave Desert. The festival celebrates sustainability and individuality with the festival’s unique approach to venue design and environmental awareness. Each participant is recognized for his or her story and individual timing as part of the ritual. Guests are each provided with a sky lantern and ground mat. The festival promotes Leave No Trace practices, which is why all lanterns are biodegradable. Event organizers also recycle and recover all lanterns.