The highly anticipated second location of El Dorado Cantina at Tivoli Village opened on Friday.
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With a beloved residency returning to the House of Blues and a new one opening up at the Venetian, the forecast this weekend calls for a big block of rock on the Strip …
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After more than a decade together, noisy, Cleveland-based punk quartet Cloud Nothings is finally set for its live Vegas debut.
“Right now, we’re in an age when people are just streaming various songs on a playlist, but it’s nice to throw on something, and then for like 45 minutes, you’re transported,” co-founder Jason Reece says.
The group, which recently launched a record label called 24 Karrot Records, will throw a blowout party at Downtown’s CMXX, featuring various collective members and labelmates and a headlining performance by The Noir Movement.
“His art was very Vegas: street-smart, funky, colorful,” says gallerist Priscilla Fowler, who has displayed the work of 3 Baaad Sheep for years.