Neil Krug Bush carries out at the Foundry at SLS on June 2.
JOSH TURNER Las Vegas has actually ended up being a strong market for established country music stars and rising young skill, too. As he just released his 5th record, Punching Bag, 39-year-old Nashville-born Josh Turner falls someplace in the middle. Catch his neotraditional, bluegrassy take on country at the Tropicana Theater Friday night. June 2, details at 800-829-9034 or troplv.com.
THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA This reinvention of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s legendary production– put together by Matthew Bourne and Cameron Mackintosh with design by Paul Brown, outfits by Maria Björnson, choreography by Scott Ambler and phase direction by Laurence Connor, checking out Las Vegas at the Smith Center’s Reynolds Hall– has been hailed as a Phantom for the next generation. The traditional rating will be performed by a cast and orchestra of 52, and those who captured the formerly beloved Vegas version at the Venetian will not be dissatisfied by the special impacts here, including the climactic chandelier drop. June 2-4 and 6-11, information at 702-749-2000 or < a href=" http://www.thesmithcenter.com/event/the-phantom-of-the-opera/" target=" _blank
” > thesmithcenter.com. BUSH The revamped area called the Foundry at the just recently sold SLS Las Vegas has actually gone an extremely particular path recently, scheduling smooth jazz concerts to complement its resident comedy program from Saturday Night Live duo Jon Lovitz and Dana Carvey. However there’s at least one legitimate rock show left for this space, as Gavin Rossdale and his accomplices in Bush make good on their rescheduled gig from November. It’s a cool space to see a show, if you have not gone to yet. And: free parking, still. June 2, 702-761-7617 or foundrylv.com.
JUNEFEST 2017 Traditional rock radio champion KKLZ commemorates with this annual outdoor fest at the Sunset Station Amphitheater, headlined this year by REO Speedwagon (“Cannot Combat This Feeling” and “Keep On Loving You”). Also in the mix for the Saturday concert are previous Eagles lead guitarist Don Felder and Martha Davis & & the Motels. June 3, information at or stationcasinosevents.com. SCARS & STRIPES The Downtown Las Vegas Occasions Center, situated behind the D Hotel & & Casino simply off Fremont Street, is the new Vegas house for all sorts of taking a trip and one-off music celebrations. Later this summer, a rap fest, a regional radio rock fest and ’80s and ’90s dance parties are gone to the DLVEC, and on Saturday, Mississippi-born rockers 3 Doors Down (“Kryptonite” and “Be Like That”) heading Scars & & Stripes with assistance from Asking Alexandria, Hellyeah, Pop Evil and 13 other rock acts. June 3, details at 800-745-3000 or dlvec.com.