The official After Parties are free to LIB attendees with wristbands. Limited GA tickets are available for non-festivalgoers ($20) at www.thebeverlytheater.com. Doors open at 10 p.m. each night. Must be 18 and over.
“The Beverly Theater was made for this,” said Kip Kelly, Founding Creative Director and CXO of the indie music venue and film house. “The official After Party provides an extended musical binge and a chance to experience these two unique artists in an intimate setting. Working with these artists and partnering with Vegas’ premier music event on their decadal anniversary will be electric.”
Serving up After Party music on Friday, Sept. 21, it’s the dynamic duo of Joy (Anonymous). The two have risen through the South London community learning how to create safe collaborative spaces where truth, empowerment, and authenticity remain at the core of the creative process. Known for their high energy joyful live performances, they have built a strong cult following and a show that is not to be missed.
Multi-instrumentalist, producer, and vocalist, Vandelux brings a DJ set to The Beverly Theater for the official After Party on Sat. Sept 22. Balancing retro nostalgia with contemporary electronic production, Vandelux has a knack for crafting songs that work their way into the collective conscience. In the wake of his 2021 Billboard-charting EP 'Dream State,' the artist is set to release his debut album later this year on TH3RD Brain Records.
About The Beverly Theater
Imagined by The Rogers Foundation, the 14,306 square-foot film house and concert theater features three distinct areas: the main theater, Segue (jazz terrace), and courtyard, each designed with purpose and intention. The Beverly Theater has an on-site box office, and retail/concession space. The main theater features raked seating of nearly 150 seats resting on a retractable platform, allowing for an expanded concert capacity of up to 500. Designed as a touring house, other premier concert-mode amenities include Meyer sound, meet and greet spaces, easy load-in, unobstructed sightlines, artist lounge/green room, ETC control, unmatched acoustics, and state-of-the-art connectivity and control. With an extraordinary emphasis on the film-watching experience, the 360-square-foot screen is coupled with a motorized cinema masking system and has been designed to maximize viewing angles from every seat in the house. Located on 6th Street and Bonneville in Downtown Las Vegas, The Beverly Theater is a not-for-profit venue and further underscores The Rogers Foundation’s ongoing commitment to supporting the arts.