David Becker Travis Barker and Mark Hoppus bring Blink-182 back to the Pearl this weekend.
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Summertime shows up with full blast this weekend. If you’re not checking out one of Saturday’s outside music celebrations, slip onto the Strip for some comedy at Treasure Island or an all-star pairing at Mandalay Bay.
JO KOY One of Vegas’ favorite comics– he went to UNLV for a while and still has family and owns a neighborhood dining establishment in the area– is back on the Strip at Treasure Island Friday night. Capture Jo Koy work on material for his upcoming funny unique to be recorded in Hawaii. June 8, details at < a href=" http://www.treasureisland.com/shows/event-headliners" target=“
_ blank “> treasureisland.com. BLINK-182″ Kings of the Weekend” is the name of a track from Blink-182’s latest album, “California.” It’s likewise the name of the pop-pink band’s new residency at the Pearl Theater, and it’s extremely appropriate in describing the month of June at the Palms, where Blink will be partying nonstop, on the weekends. June 8-9, details at < a href="
http://palms.com/pearl-theater.html” target =” _ blank” > palms.com. REGGAE IN THE DESERT Las Vegas’ largest yearly reggae celebration and event of all things Caribbean opens at twelve noon Saturday at the Clark County Amphitheater in downtown Las Vegas. Besides the numerous arts and food vendors, this year’s fest features musical visitors consisting of Collie Buddz, Third World, Iya Terra, Kabaka Pyramid, Cocoa Tea, Mighty Diamonds and more. June 9, details at < a href=" https://www.reggaeinthedesert.com/" target=" _blank “> reggaeinthedesert.com. Related material
JUNEFEST KKLZ Radio’s rock spectacular at the Sunset Station Amphitheater in Henderson brings Grammy winner (and one-time star of Strip production program “EFX”) Rick Springfield to the phase, in addition to throwback acts Starship including Micky Thomas and Berlin featuring Terry Nunn. The party begins at 5 p.m. Saturday. June 9, information at stationcasinoslive.com.
KESHA & & MACKLEMORE Her legal battles with her former manufacturer continue however it’s not stopping Kesha from staying on her pop-star-comeback grind. Her diverse trip with Seattle rapper Macklemore storms into Mandalay Bay Events Center Saturday night, bringing his hits “Thrift Store” and “Can’t Hold United States” and hers, from “Tik Tok” to “Hoping.” June 9, information at mandalaybay.com.