12 Great Things Not to Be Missed

Where Las Vegas - - CONTENTS -

1 BUSH > JUNE 2

Ev­ery­thing will be zen when Gavin Ross­dale’s Bush per­forms. “Machine­head,” “Come­down” and “Glyc­er­ine,” some of the group’s big­gest hits. Fac­toid: Bush takes its name from Shep­herd’s Bush in Lon­don, where the band mem­bers grew up. Tick­ets start at $39.50. The Foundry at SLS, 702.761.7617

2 RANDY HOUSER > JUNE 2

Find out “How Coun­try Feels” (maybe “Like a Cow­boy?”) when coun­try singer Randy Houser takes over the beach. His lineup surely in­cludes new hits such as “Yes­ter­day’s Whiskey,” “Same Ole Satur­day Night” and “Lucky Me.” Tick­ets start at $41. Man­dalay Bay Beach, 702.632.7777

3 MOD­EST MOUSE > JUNE 3

The Pa­cific North­west in­die rock­ers “Float On” when they head to Las Vegas. “Ocean Breathes Salty,” “Trailer Trash” and “King Rat” most likely make the set list. Tick­ets are $55-$85. Brook­lyn Bowl, 702.862.2695

4 BRIAN SETZER > JUNE 9

It’s go­ing to be a Rock­a­billy Riot when Brian Setzer takes over. Put on a poo­dle skirt and slick your hair back for this tour in sup­port of Setzer’s ninth stu­dio al­bum. Tick­ets start at $35. House of Blues at Man­dalay Bay, 702.632.7600

5 CHICAGO AND THE DOOBIE BROTHERS > JUNE 9

Two of the most ven­er­a­ble acts out of the ’70s team up for a knock­out punch. Chicago, the rock and roll band with horns, brings “25 or 6 to 4,” “If You Leave Me Now,” “Satur­day in the Park” and “Hard Habit to Break.” The Doobie Brothers bring clas­sic rock sounds from “Lis­ten to the Mu­sic” and “Black Wa­ter” to “China Grove” and “Je­sus Is Just Al­right.” Tick­ets are $54-$438. Park Theater, 866.740.7711

6 COREY FELDMAN & THE AN­GELS > JUNE 9

Re­mem­ber last fall when the for­mer child star per­formed with his An­gels on “To­day” and turned it into a trend­ing topic? Now you can him per­form “Go 4 It” and “Take a Stand” live. Tick­ets start at $25. Vinyl at the Hard Rock Ho­tel, 702.693.5000

7 COM­MON > JUNE 10

Rap­per Com­mon brings “Glory,” “The Light” and “Come Close” when he takes the stage in Vegas. Tick­ets start at $39.50. The Joint at the Hard Rock Ho­tel, 702.693.5000

8 PHOENIX > JUNE 14

“Lisz­to­ma­nia” and songs from Phoenix’s up­com­ing al­bum bounce into the mu­sic venue with a bowl­ing al­ley. Tick­ets start at $35. Brook­lyn Bowl, 702.862.2695

9 APRIL WINE > JUNE 16

The Cana­dian rock­ers take fans back to the ’70s with “Just Between You and Me,” “Sign of the Gypsy Queen” and “I Like to Rock.” Tick­ets start at $20.71. The Show­room at the Golden Nugget, 866.946.5336

10 DEF LEPPARD > JUNE 17

“Pour Some Sugar on Me,” “Love Bites” and “Rock of Ages” cer­tainly make the set list when these ven­er­a­ble rock­ers take the stage. Poi­son and Tesla open. Tick­ets start at $54.59. MGM Grand Garden Arena, 844.379.0370

11 SHINS > JUNE 23

The in­die rock­ers out of Al­bu­querque bring some “New Slang” to Vegas and drop some of their lat­est hits on the crowds. Tick­ets start at $30. Chelsea at the Cos­mopoli­tan, 877.893.2003

12 QUEEN AND ADAM LAM­BERT > JUNE 24

Throw a lit­tle “We Will Rock You” and “Don’t Stop Me Now” to­gether with “If I Had You” and “Ghost Town” for a night with a leg­end and a fu­ture Hall of Famer. Tick­ets start at $49.50. T-Mo­bile Arena, 702.692.1600

Com­mon

Randy Houser

Queen and Adam Lam­bert

Chicago

Def Leppard

Mod­est Mouse

Corey Feldman & The An­gels

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