Las Vegas’s Downtown music festival, Life Is Beautiful, has finally released their 2021 lineup. After months of anticipation and speculation, fans can now discover which artists will be there to wow and delight.
Announcement Made on 2021 Lineup
A press release for the Life Is Beautiful lineup details the festival’s goals this year; “Las Vegas’ premier music, arts, culinary, comedy, and ideas festival, Life is Beautiful, has released the highly anticipated lineup for the 3-day celebration which will take over the streets of Downtown Las Vegas Sept. 17–19, 2021. With more than 60 of the world’s most influential artists on the lineup, Life is Beautiful continues to showcase their commitment to unifying the community by providing fans with a diverse range of musical offerings that transcends genres and generations.
Artists set to perform over the 3-day weekend include five-time GRAMMY Award-winning pop sensation Billie Eilish, Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Green Day, psychedelic music phenomenon Tame Impala,
award-winning rapper A$AP Rocky, electronic music star Illenium, and more.”
The full lineup includes:
- Billie Eilish
- Green Day
- Tame Impala
- A$AP Rocky
- Young Thug
- Glass Animals
- St. Vincent
- Modest Mouse
- Dillon Francis
- Don Toliver
- Brittany Howard
- San Holo
- Gorgon City
- All Time Low
- Purity Ring
- Trevor Daniel
- Cash Cash
- surf mesa
- Still Woozy
- Noah Cyrus
- Shiba San
- Lost Frequencies
- Emotional Oranges
- Joel Corry
- Remi Wolf
- Half alive
- Jamila Woods
- White Reaper
- Ant Clemons
- Mob Rich
- Amy Allen
- Evan Giia
- The Backseat Lovers
- Sir Chloe
- Teddy Swims
- Midnight Kids
The lineup represents 2021 and all that has changed in the past year. Not content to revamp old ideas, Life Is Beautiful 2021 is all about embracing where we are, and when we are. The press release continues, “When curating the lineup for Life is Beautiful this year, we challenged ourselves to stay grounded in the realities of the year that we just lived.” say Justin Weniger, partner at Life is Beautiful. ‘The way we discover artists changed, the places we listened to music evolved, and the meaning of music deepened as we listened in new ways. This year’s lineup isn’t our 2019 lineup in 2021. It’s our 2021 lineup, and celebrates the artists, both established and emerging, who were the shining lights during our darkest days.”
LVCVA Gets Funds to Boost Event Scene
With a booming housing market and all signs pointing to economic growth over the next year in Vegas, the LVCVA is banking big on boosting their local events scene to bring in more tourism dollars. The Las Vegas Review Journal reports, “The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority board of directors is confident enough of an economic rebound in the city that it’s agreed to put up more than $3.5 million to sponsor and market four special events over the next 16 months.
In unanimous votes, the board agreed to spend:
■ $275,000 on the Downtown Rocks Concert Series from May through October. The free summer concert series at the Fremont Street Experience is expected to bolster visitation to downtown Las Vegas. In 2019, the series had 14 concert dates.
■ $150,000 for Life Is Beautiful, a festival that includes musical performances and arts displays in downtown Las Vegas, Sept. 17-19.
■ $2.125 million for the Professional Bull Riders Association Premier Series and Championships for 2021. The five-day event has been sponsored in Las Vegas since 1997. The event, at T-Mobile Arena, is scheduled Nov. 3-7.
■ $1 million for the U.S. Bowling Congress Open Championship that will run from March 7, 2022, to July 17, 2022, at the South Point Bowling Plaza. The event has been staged in Las Vegas in past years and brings hundreds of bowlers from all over the country to the city to log their scores and compete against each other. The 2022 event originally was scheduled in Houston, but organizers opted to move the event to Las Vegas.”
When, and Where is Life is Beautiful Happening?
LIB will be back on its usual dates, September 17-19, in downtown Vegas. “After a year away, we’re not only excited to welcome our fans back to Downtown Las Vegas, but also our partner artists, chefs, speakers, and creators of all forms,” says David Oehm, CEO of Life is Beautiful.
“We believe in the power and connection that comes with Live experiences and we’re thrilled to reunite
and celebrate a collective return to discovery, serendipity, and together!”
“We have always put the health, safety, and security of our community first,” says Lauren DelFrago,
festival director of Life is Beautiful. “As we prepare to produce the 2021 festival, we feel a heightened
sense of responsibility to our staff, partners, performers, and attendees, and continue to work closely
with local and state officials to ensure a safe return to live music.”
Life is Beautiful exists to build a more beautiful world, to shift perspectives and create feelings of
satisfaction and well-being. Born in 2013 as part of the major transformation of Downtown Las Vegas as
a cultural hub, Life is Beautiful continues to be driven by its core mission to create a holistic experience
which aids in positive community revolution and individual empowerment by collectivizing and inspiring
through shared experiences driven by art and culture.”
Ticket sales start Friday, March 12 at 10 A.M. PST. General Admission 3-day tickets will be available for $330 plus taxes/fees; VIP 3-day tickets will be available for $685 plus taxes/fees; VIP+ 3-day tickets will be available for $1,495 plus taxes/fees; and All-In 3-day tickets will be available for $2,995 plus taxes/fees.
Tickets can be ordered at: Life Is Beautiful.