Green Day, Billie Eilish, Tame Impala Set to Headline 2021 Life Is Beautiful Music & Art Festival

After a year in the dark without any in-person live concerts due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, the Life is Beautiful Music and Art Festival will be doing their part to bring the Las Vegas music scene back to life. With a lineup of 60+ artists scheduled to perform, music festival fans can start making their plans to return to the streets of downtown Las Vegas September 17-19, where festival organizers have announced a well-balanced, genre-diverse lineup of music heavyweights for this year’s festival. Life is Beautiful will be one of the biggest post-pandemic festivals of 2021 that typically draws a bevy of fans with an annual attendance of over 190,000 music lovers over the three-day festival weekend.

Billie Eilish

The festival headliners include multi Grammy Award-winners Green Day and Billie Eilish, along with Australian indie rockers Tame Impala. Eilish makes her return to Life is Beautiful, having last played the Las Vegas festival in 2019.  Other notable performers include A$AP Rocky, Young Thug, HAIM, St. Vincent, Ludacris, Brittany Howard, All Time Low, Ashnikko, Noah Cyrus, and Poorstacy, with more confirmed for this year’s fest. As electronic dance music continues to be a big draw, Life is Beautiful has added an extended list of EDM artists that includes Dillon Francis, Illenium, Gorgon City, Cash Cash, San Holo, Lost Frequencies, and Ekali, among others. For those who want something beyond the music, the homegrown Las Vegas festival offers attendees a an opportunity for new experiences in culinary, art, and learning at the festival.

Tame Impala — Photo by John Ferreira

“When curating the lineup for Life is Beautiful this year, we challenged ourselves to stay grounded in the realities of the year that we just lived. The way we discover artists changed, the places we listened to music evolved, and the meaning of music deepened as we listened in new ways. This year’s lineup isn’t our 2019 lineup in 2021. It’s our 2021 lineup and celebrates the artists, both established and emerging, who were the shining lights during our darkest days.” said Justin Weniger, partner at Life is Beautiful.




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