Las Vegas is slowly becoming known as Nashville West. Now comes word that the Route 91 Harvest Festival returns to Las Vegas for a second year on Oct. 2-4 with a three-day festival headlined by country music superstars Florida Georgia Line, Tim McGraw and Keith Urban as well as Lady Antebellum, Jake Owen and more.
Two stages at the MGM Resorts Village across from the Luxor feature acts such as A Thousand Horses, Frankie Ballard, Mark Chesnutt, Easton Corbin, Clare Dunn, Brett Eldredge, Gloriana, Joe Nichols, Jon Pardi, Chase Rice, The Cadillac Three, Thomas Rhett, Austin Webb and Drake White.
Last year 20,000 fans attended the inaugural event. Blake Shelton, Dierks Bentley, Miranda Lambert and Dwight Yoakam headlined the event last year.
That’s not all. The festival’s second stage, “Next From Nashville,” showcases emerging country artists.
New VIP options include Neon Lounge VIP passes for $349 that give fans access to a shaded side stage lounge and upgraded restroom facilities as well as special access to a cash bar and food concessions.
Tickets go on sale Mar. 13 starting at $199.
Info: Route 91 Festival