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It’s no surprise that the entertainment capital of the world is home to some of the most vibrant and eclectic music festivals in the country. Before you hit the strip, take a look at our guide of the must-see festivals taking place in Las Vegas this year.

Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas

EDC Las Vegas is known as a place that EDM fans from across the country gather to so they can all be “under the Electric Sky.” Known for its immersive light shows paired with some of the biggest artists and DJs in electronic music, EDC has been held at Las Vegas Motor Speedway since 2011. And it’s called a carnival for good reason – EDC brings a neon lighted amusement park to its festival grounds every year. The three-day fest is set for May 15-17, and includes some big names on its 2020 lineup. Catch Alison Wonderland, The Chainsmokers, Zedd, Major Lazer, and more at this year’s edition of EDC Las Vegas. shop EDC Las Vegas tickets

Punk Rock Bowling & Music Festival

Punk music and bowling: a match made in musical heaven. If you’re looking for a live music event downtown, look no further than Punk Rock Bowling & Music Festival. Held at the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center, this jam-packed weekend allows festival goers to compete in bowling tournaments for cash prizes while also catching their favorite bands live on stage. Punk Rock Bowling launched in 1999 after brothers Shawn and Mark Stern decided that they wanted to host a night of bowling with friends and invited local bands to play. The idea stuck, and Punk Rock Bowling has become one of the most fun-filled festival scenes on the strip. This year, Buzzcocks, Cock Sparrer, Madness, and Circle Jerks are headlining the four-day fest. Also listed on the stacked bill are The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Streetlight Manifesto, Anti-Flag, and The Menzingers. shop Punk Rock Bowling tickets

iHeartRadio Music Festival

iHeartRadio Music Festival will be celebrating its 10th anniversary in the festival scene this year. After its successful debut in 2011, iHeartRadio launched spinoff festivals iHeartCountry and iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina. It’s been home to much of recent history’s music industry drama (remember Billy Joe Armstrong’s onstage outburst?) and always garners some of the biggest names in modern music to headline, but one thing’s for sure: you never know who or what will happen at iHeartRadio Music Festival. Set for September 18-19 at the T-Mobile Arena, fans are still anxiously awaiting this year’s lineup to be released. Past performers include The Weeknd, Paul McCartney, Drake, Justin Timberlake, Mary J. Blige, and more. shop iHeartRadio Music Festival tickets

Psycho Las Vegas

If you’re a self-proclaimed metalhead, you can’t afford to miss all the happenings at Psycho Las Vegas. The hard rock and heavy metal festival takes place inside the Mandalay Bay Resort Center, which includes night clubs and casinos inside (what’s more rock and roll than that?) With the option to pair your Psycho Las Vegas ticket with various resort amenities, and the three-day weekend can easily be transformed into a full-blown hard rock vacation. While this year’s Psycho Las Vegas takes place from April 14-16, fans can start their festival party a day early at Psycho Swim. This pre-festival party is hosted at Daylight Beach Club and will feature select bands such as Old Man Gloom, Elder, and Death Valley Girl. Psycho Las Vegas’s headliners are Danzig, Mercyful Fate, and Emperor. Other notable acts that will be performing include The Flaming Lips, Blue Oyster Cult, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Ty Segall, and many more. shop Psycho Las Vegas tickets

Las Vegas Music Festivals 2020

Festival Name Date Tickets
Reggae Rise Up March 20-22 get tickets
Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Festival April 9-12 get tickets
Psycho Las Vegas April 14-16 get tickets
EDC Las Vegas May 15-17 get tickets
Punk Rock Bowling & Music Festival May 22-25 get tickets
iHeartRadio Music Festival September 18-19 get tickets
Life Is Beautiful September 18-20 get tickets

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