Saturday, Sept. 18, 2021
Photos & video courtesy Life is Beautiful
The streets of Downtown Las Vegas came alive today, Saturday, Sept. 18, as day two of Life is Beautiful Festival welcomed excited festival goers. The second day of the highly anticipated festival featured unforgettable performances, delicious food, immersive art experiences and so much more.
The day kicked off at Venue Vegas with a deep and meaningful Never Alone Conversation featuring Deepak Chopra and Gabriella Wright. Attendees then made their way to various stages across the festival grounds to catch performances from their favorite artists. The Huntridge Stage was home to unforgettable sets from White Reaper, CAAMP and All Time Low. The Fremont Stage was the place to be for all things EDM as festival goers enjoyed the bright lights and beat drops from electric performers such as from Anabel Englund, Cash Cash, Dillon Francis, and J.I.D. The BACARDÍ® Stage once again proved to be one of the hottest stages of the day with crowds gathered to watch sets from Earthgang, Ludacris and Illenium. One of the highlights of the day was the crowd going wild for Green Day’s nostalgia-inducing headlining performance at the Downstage Stage. The Downtown Stage also featured high-energy performances Surfaces, Modest Mouse and HAIM.
Those looking for a laugh gathered at The Kicker Comedy Club located in Venue Vegas. The day’s stellar lineup included Sarah Cooper, Sam Jay, Trevor Wallace, Annie Lederman and Brady Matthews. Sibling Rivalry: Bob the Drag Queen and Monet X Change also took the stage and stole the show with their hilarious banter and unmatched chemistry. Later in the evening, the lights went down as the music turned up for a wild Y2K dance party.
The day was also filled with several special events. The beloved House of Yes returned to this year’s festival and attendees lined the streets to catch the high energy Pride Parade. Performers and attendees alike embraced the positive vibes as the parade danced through the streets of Downtown Las Vegas.
Over at the Rising Stars Stage at Downtown Container Park, it was an unforgettable night for 21-year-old aspiring musician King Kell. The Dream Machine Foundation gave the talented artist who had recently fallen on hard times a chance to live out his dream of performing live at a music festival.
A fan-favorite of the day was the fully immersive BACARDÍ® Art Motel. Attendees strolled the neon grounds of the motel which featured artwork from Spidertag and Antonyo Marest. At 7pm, festival goers were treated to a special performance from Jhay Cortez live from the BACARDÍ® Art Motel.
Keeping the excitement and the party going, fans flocked Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas to catch a special encore performance from the one and only Ludacris.
For fans who couldn’t make it to the sold-out festival, the musical performances were streamed live on Life is Beautiful’s Twitch channel. The festival will be livestreamed on Twitch throughout the weekend, so fans can catch all of action.
Day three of Life is Beautiful kicks off tomorrow at 2:00 p.m.
Although tickets for Life is Beautiful 2021 are currently sold out, fans looking to purchase tickets are encouraged to join the Life is Beautiful waitlist and verified ticket exchange. Every ticket bought or sold on the exchange is verified, making it the safest and most secure resale platform. For more information on Life is Beautiful, please visit www.lifeisbeautiful.com or follow along on social media on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter
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About Life is Beautiful
Life is Beautiful was born in 2013 as part of the major transformation of Downtown Las Vegas as a cultural hub and has since contributed over $350M of economic impact and cultural capital to the area. During the three-day festival, premier musical acts, experiential artists, comedians, thinkers and culinary talent flow into the urban streets of DTLV, in addition to the festival’s 170,000 attendees. What started as an event has become something more: a symbol of connection, joy and creativity. Life is Beautiful continues to be driven by its core mission to create a holistic experience which aids in positive community transformation and individual empowerment by collectivizing and inspiring through shared experiences driven by art and culture.