There will be fireworks and festivities and pyrotechnics and parades up and down the Strip and across the valley from east to west. Temperatures for America’s 239th birthday will remain near 110 for the three-day holiday weekend, so stay cool and enjoy the pool.
Neon Trees took to the Strip stage shortly after 10 p.m., electrifying the outdoor crowd with their hits “Animal,” “Everybody Talks,” “Sleeping With a Friend” and “First Things First,” and the Provo, Utah, band also performed their latest single “Songs I Can’t Listen To.”
Guest Ryan Lafferty warmed up the outdoor audience before the ruggedly handsome and fit Billy Currington, who was a personal fitness trainer before focusing on music, took the stage in a tight black T-shirt and jeans.
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Billy Currington’s new single “Drinkin’ Town With a Football Problem” ships to country radio Monday, sixth studio album “Summer Forever” drops Tuesday, and “Shotgun Rider Tour” with Tim McGraw kicks off June 5 in Little Rock, Ark.
To say this four-day Memorial Day Weekend in Las Vegas is jam-packed would be a big understatement. Music and parties — all the top global DJs are in town — top the agenda this weekend. If you want music, the list is long and varied and includes the Divine Miss M herself.
Beyonce, who never stopped dancing in her seat at their VIP table near the DJ booth, welcomed friends and family, including her mother and new husband, who naturally stayed closerthanthis throughout the night.