Think Vegas and you might not think of a cool, underground music scene. In fact, resident shows like Britney Spears and bass-thumping fests like EDC will probably make you think it's far from it. But what if we told you there is an indie scene in Vegas, and you can experience it for less than the cost of a date at the movies.
Taking place this year from March 9 to 12, Neon Reverb — Las Vegas' very own homegrown music fest — is just $15 per show, or $60 for a full weekend pass. Taking place at seven different venues across Downtown Las Vegas, you can experience the city outside of the strip, and get up close and personal with some incredible indie artists.
Last year's fest featured Ty Segall and the Muggers, Neon Indian, Mercy Music, Wheelchair Sports Camp, and more. The crowds were loving it, rocking late into the night to an eclectic mix of dirty garage rock, rap, synthpop, punk, and hip-hop. This year, a lineup of at least 50 local and nationally-acclaimed artists are set to hit the stage, with names like The Drums, Temples, and Night Beats showing their stuff.