The final day of the annual Life is Beautiful music, art and food festival is underway in downtown Las Vegas.
Several new artists and some established favorites performed on day two on the Huntridge Stage including Sir The Baptist, The Wombats, Oh Wonder and the Dirty Heads. Fitting perfectly with their laidback, beach town vibe, Dirty Heads closed the Huntridge Stage to the deafening cheers from the audience.
Leon Bridges brought tradition and soul to the Downtown Stage, with a performance that transported fans to ‘50s and ‘60s. The South African rap-rav group Die Antwoord incorporated their signature “zef” style into their set and performed hits that illuminated the festival’s energy.
Jane’s Addiction closed the Ambassador Stage with their alternative metal sound and out-of-the-box stage presence. They delighted fans with their classic tunes and their fans were wowed when they saw two women hanging by hooks, twirling above the stage.