Souland 2017 Rhythm and Blues festival featuring Avant, Total, Kelly Price, Jon B., Keith Washington, and JR Castro, with Lady Killa and Kori Black. September 23rd at the Henderson Pavillion.
Erykah Badu will be performing at the Brooklyn Bowl in Las Vegas on July 20th.
Erykah Badu was born on February 26, 1971 to William and Kollen Wright in Dallas, Texas. They named her Erica Abi Wright and she was the first of their three children. She inherited a taste for music from her mother who introduced her to multiple genres of music (Joni Mitchell, Parliament-Funkadelic, Pink Floyd, Phoebe Snow, Chaka Khan). At the tender age of four, Badu began singing and dancing in productions at the local Dallas Theatre Centre. It wasn’t until her acting debut in the Martin Luther King Jr. Recreational Center’s musical production of “Really Rosie,” directed by her godmother Gwen Hargrove, that Badu realized she was a natural performer. “I played Alligator,” Badu says, “and at 6 years old, I got my first standing ovation. I knew I wanted to bring people to their feet from that point on.”
Huge concert at beauty bar July 22. All Access Vegas presents Trap Life 2017. Special guest appearance by Lazy Bone from Bone Thugs n Harmony, Havoc from South Central Cartel, and Spice 1.
The Universal Domino League “$50,000 Summer Slam Domino Tournament” is going down July 8th at the WestGate Resort and Casino in Las Vegas.
I LOVE THE 90’S – THE PARTY CONTINUES TOUR hits Las Vegas July 21st at the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center.
Superstar girl group TLC make their return to the stage performing all their hits plus much-awaited tracks from their forthcoming album. Sugar Ray’s Mark McGrath, Naughty by Nature, Blackstreet, Biz Markie, Montell Jordan, All 4 One, Snap! and C&C Music Factory with Freedom Williams compose this year’s revolving line-up of iconic ’90s artists. Each show features upwards of eight performers and promises a lineup that you won’t find anywhere else.
Audiences can expect to hear chart-topping hits like “Creep”, “Waterfalls”, “No Scrubs”, “Unpretty”, Every Morning”, “Someday” , “O.P.P”, “Hip Hop Hooray”, “No Diggity”, “Just a Friend”, “This Is How We Do It”, ”I Swear”, “Things That Make You Go Hmmmm….” and more during a fun-filled night out that doubles as an arena-sized dance party.