Life is Beautiful has always been more than just a music festival. It’s a movement — to appreciate the beauty in ourselves and our surroundings, to create noise that inspires and calls us to action, to celebrate love and light. In these trying and uncertain times, our purpose has never been greater.

We’re going to keep spreading light, calling back to moments of togetherness, of beauty and positivity. Let this be your safe space. And after we beat this thing together, we’ll celebrate and create new memories in September. Until then, let’s take this time to reconnect with ourselves and our loved ones, pause and reflect, listen and learn, make art and music, sing and dance. Let’s all be safe, look out for each other, and continue celebrating life and love.

Life is Beautiful has always been more than just a music festival. It’s a movement — to appreciate the beauty in ourselves and our surroundings, to create noise that inspires and calls us to action, to celebrate love and light. In these trying and uncertain times, our purpose has never been greater.

We’re going to keep spreading light, calling back to moments of togetherness, of beauty and positivity. Let this be your safe space. And after we beat this thing together, we’ll celebrate and create new memories in September. Until then, let’s take this time to reconnect with ourselves and our loved ones, pause and reflect, listen and learn, make art and music, sing and dance. Let’s all be safe, look out for each other, and continue celebrating life and love.

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As the sun set on October 27, 2013, Ezra Koenig, the lead singer and guitarist for New York-based alternative band Vampire Weekend, looked out to an audience of about 30,000 fans at Sixth Street and Stewart Avenue in Downtown Las Vegas and made an observation. The stage he was standing on was built just a few days prior. The surrounding asphalt had sat derelict for years. Downtown Las Vegas, said Koenig, located just two miles north of the famously fabulous Las Vegas Strip, was an area that he didn’t know existed.

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LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL

SEVEN YEARS OF A BEAUTIFUL THING

As the sun set on October 27, 2013, Ezra Koenig, the lead singer and guitarist for New York-based alternative band Vampire Weekend, looked out to an audience of about 30,000 fans at Sixth Street and Stewart Avenue in Downtown Las Vegas and made an observation. The stage he was standing on was built just a few days prior. The surrounding asphalt had sat derelict for years. Downtown Las Vegas, said Koenig, located just two miles north of the famously fabulous Las Vegas Strip, was an area that he didn’t know existed.

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