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Life is Beautiful Music & Art Festival Day 3 Recap

Sunday, Sept. 19, 2021

Photos & videos courtesy Life is Beautiful

Life is Beautiful Festival officially ended on Sunday evening as attendees celebrated love, life and beauty on the third and final day of the festival. Following three days of nonstop entertainment, the last day of the sold-out festival concluded with unforgettable performances and one-of-a-kind experiences.

Early in the evening, Jamila Woods, Alaina Castillo and Death From Above 197 were all greeted by an enthusiastic crowd at the Huntridge Stage, and festival goers danced the night away at the Fremont Stage, which featured performances from Keys N Krates, Ekali and Gorgon City.

On the Downtown Stage, the crowd roared as Billie Eilish returned to Life is Beautiful for another high-energy set. Before Eilish took the stage, fans were treated to electric performances from SHAED, St. Vincent and Young Thug. Crowds gathered at the BACARDÍ® Stage to witness legendary performances from 6lack, Fisher and A$AP Rocky. In a sweet moment, the rapper was seen blowing kisses onstage to girlfriend Rihanna. The superstar turned business mogul was seen showing her support during his set, singing and dancing to every song.

The Kicker Comedy Club featured two live podcast tapings as Jackie Schimmel’s The Bitch Bible and Stiff Socks with Trevor Wallace and Michael Blaustein went live from Venue Vegas. As the sun went down, the music was cranked as the Emo Night Tour took over Venue Vegas, and “the saddest dance party around” commenced to close out the evening.

Each year, the festival leaves the city more beautiful than they found it, with the stunning and colorful street art remaining even as attendees bid farewell to the beloved celebration. Fans can look forward to its return in 2022.


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.

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Valerie Milano is the well-connected Senior Editor and TV Critic at The Hollywood Times, a showbiz/promotions aggregate mainly for insiders. She has written for Communications Daily in DC, Discover Hollywood, Hollywood Today, Television International, and Video Age International in NYC. Valerie works closely with GLSEN, GLAAD, Human Rights Campaign (Fed Club Council Member), LAMBDA Legal, NCLR, and Outfest. She is also a member of the LA Press Club. She is a lay minister and parishioner of the Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church in Hollywood. Milano loves meeting people and does so in her getaway home in Palm Springs as a member of the Palm Springs Museum, Palm Springs Center and DAP Health (Partners for Life member). For years Valerie Milano had volunteered as a board member and one of the chief organizers for the Television Critics Association’s press tours. The tours take place twice a year in Beverly Hills/Pasadena.