One of the most popular shows at the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District, the Swing It! Girls return with their smooth-as-silk harmonies and boss band, just in time for Veterans Day. Their show pays homage to the vintage USO-style shows that are still wildly popular today. Don't miss seeing them perform live at the Windmill Library on Sunday, October 13, 2019.
Classical musician, TƎSSAH presents “Ego” a very special concert she is debuting at Windmill Library on October 13, 2019. She has lived and performed in Macau, London, and throughout Canada and the Bahamas, but Las Vegas is her home. She has performed across the Las Vegas Valley, including at UNLV’s esteemed Artemus Ham and Doc Rando Concert Halls. TƎSSAH is eager to make a bold artistic statement in her hometown.
Seffarine will perform at the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District with two concerts in September 2019 at West Charleston Library and Clark County Library. Seffarine's international blend of sounds features soulful Moroccan singer Lamiae Naki and flamenco guitarist/oud player Nat Hulskamp. Seffarine's concert will include a selection of their original songs, sung in Arabic, Farsi, Spanish, and French as well as some examples of the traditional music of Morocco, Iran, and Gypsy flamenco.
If you want to relive the legendary Las Vegas performances of Nat King Cole or Billy Eckstine, head over to the Summerlin or Windmill Libraries to catch Elijah Rock, a performer who’s keeping that vintage Vegas glitz and glamour alive and well for new generations to fall in love with. Elijah brings star power in his back-to-back engagements, that are both not to be missed!
Formed in 2002 in the suburbs of Boston, Harry and the Potters’ songs are written from Harry’s perspective, walking with him through his magical journey from childhood to young adulthood.
This boss quartet blends Hawaiian, exotica, jazz, and other music styles for a performance that sounds like a vacation feels. Just in time for the high heat of summer, The Hypnotiques will be playing it cool at their only Library District concert in July.
This talented husband-and-wife team has performed as Folias Duo throughout the United States, Europe, and South America, exploring and enjoying the outdoors during their travels in between shows. Luckily for us, their summer plans include three concerts with the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District.
You could say that a sixteen-month tour across the U.S. in an RV could have an effect on a person. That’s what happened to Swedish-born singer Sofia Talvik, and her Americana-soaked folk music is the result. Sofia released her first album in 2005, and by 2008, she had become the first Swedish female artist to…
At an age when most children are entering kindergarten, Danny Green was already studying classical piano. He became so absorbed in the instrument that his first recital was almost a one-child show, until his parents finally coaxed him off the stage. His passion for the piano included a preteen obsession with Nirvana. Danny’s Nirvana period…