Everything You Need to Know About Las Rageous 2019

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Las Rageous is coming back for the third time, bringing some of the best rock and metal bands together right in the middle of Downtown Las Vegas! Get prepared for a crazy weekend of music, fun, and more. With stages F & U, this festival is for those ready to rock all day and night. Read below to learn more about Las Rageous 2019 taking place October 18-19 at the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center.


What to Expect from Las Rageous 2019

Of course, the number one thing to expect at Las Rageous is… to not expect anything. From 15 killer artists that are sure to rock your night to the new friends you meet in the crowd, this festival is not for the faint of heart.

To enhance the festival experience, Las Rageous 2019 will offer a Bud Light Rock & Refuel Culinary Experience featuring over a dozen culinary offerings and on-site weddings at the Las Rageous wedding chapel. These ceremonies can be legal or non-legal, but it’s Las Rageous! Why not push the boundaries this year for the real rock n’ roll wedding experience? Whether you end up single, married, or fake-married, Las Rageous is sure to be one of the most unique and incredible music experiences you’ll ever attend.


Your 2019 Las Rageous Lineup

This year, Las Rageous isn’t holding back at all. Think you’re ready for this festival? Check out the badass lineup:


Artist on Stage at Las Rageous Rock & Metal Music Festival


Meet the Las Rageous Headliners


Bring Me the Horizon

Since forming in 2004, Bring Me the Horizon has been known to make an impact with their sound. From a polarizing sound on their first album to reaching number two in the UK Albums Chart and the US Billboard 200 in 2015, BMTH has found their sound with great success. The style of their early work, including their debut album Count Your Blessings, has been described primarily as deathcore, but they started to adopt a more eclectic style of metalcore on later albums. Their recent album,  Amo, saw a shift into different genres, such as electronica, pop and hip hop.



Formed in 1995, American rock band Chevelle began in Grayslake, Illinois with brothers Pete Loeffler on lead vocals and guitar, Sam Loeffler on drums, and Joe Loeffler on backing vocals and bass. The band’s first studio album, Point #1, was released in 1999 on a small, contemporary Christian record label called Squint Entertainment by Steve Taylor. Their second album, Wonder What’s Next, debuted at No. 14 on the US Billboard 200 charts in 2002. Since then, Chevelle has had an incredible successful career and has sold over four million albums in the United States.


Rob Zombie

Known as an iconic American musician and filmmaker, Rob Zombie reached fame as one of the founding members of heavy metal band White Zombie. After four studio albums with the band, Rob Zombie produced a song with Alice Cooper in 1996 titles “Hands of Death (Burn Baby Burn)” in his first solo effort. That song received a Best Metal Performance Grammy Awards nomination, and in 1997 Zombie began work on his first solo album, Hellbilly Deluxe. Between his first and second solo albums, Zombie directed a horror film titled House of 1000 Corpses. Zombie went on to produce a total of 4 solo albums and direct 12 films.


The Used

Hailing from Orem, Utah and traveling to Los Angeles to find a record label, The Used began their successful rock career in 2001. The Used has been described as fitting a number of music genres, from emo and punk rock to heavy metal and screamo, though the band describes themselves simply as a rock band. After releasing their self-titles debut album in 2002 just one year after forming, Reprise Records signed them and set them up for a rise to fame. The band now has 7 studio albums released that have achieved gold and platinum statuses worldwide.


Stage Setup at Las Rageous Music Festival in Las Vegas


About the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center

One thing that sets Las Rageous 2019 apart from any other festival is the location. Downtown Las Vegas is already known for mind-blowing shows, stiff drinks, and exciting entertainment that always keeps you on your toes. The Downtown Las Vegas Events Center is situated right in the heart of Downtown Vegas, making it easy to party before and after rocking out at Las Rageous. From hitting the casino floor to dining at award-winning restaurants, there is no shortage of things to do while in Downtown Vegas. Even when Las Rageous is over, the show will certainly carry on well after the last set. Be sure to book a hotel in Downtown Las Vegas to be in the heart of the action all weekend.


Buy Your Las Rageous Tickets

There are a few tiers of tickets available for Las Rageous 2019. If you’re looking for the general experience, buy the general 2-day admission that gains you access to all the great music, drinks, food, and other rockin’ experiences. Only want to do one day? Get a 1-day pass to either Friday or Saturday – even though we highly suggest getting the full experience both days.

If you want to take your experience to the next level, but the Metal VIP Package that gets you 2-day admission, early entry, a VIP raging area at each stage, private VIP bar access, shaded lounges, air-conditioned bathrooms, festival re-entry, and much more. Step it up even further with the Heavy Metal VIP Package that includes the perks of the Metal VIP package along with perks like a premium VIP platform with an open bar and a daily Rock & Fuel Culinary Experience.

Learn more about the tickets, and get yours here to have the experience of a lifetime >