Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas' August Lineup to Include The Avett Brothers, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones & More

Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas' August Lineup to Include The Avett Brothers, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones & More

Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas - named a "game changer for the Strip" by Vegas Magazine - will welcome EDM mainstays Chromeo, Flume, Cut Copy and Disclosure as part of their diverse August lineup.

The Taj Mahal Trio and John Hiatt & The Combo - Sat, Aug. 2

Taj Mahal is one of the most prominent and influential figures in late 20th century blues and roots music; and John Hiatt's mercurial tastes have led to a varied and impressive musical career. (show: 8pm, admission $35-$40.)

Watch the Taj Mahal Trio's live performance of "Blues With a Feeling".

Disclosure - Wed, Aug. 6

Brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence continue to push the UK garage and house sounds with their stop in Las Vegas. (show: 9pm, admission: $50.)

Watch their video for Latch featuring Sam Smith.

Chromeo - Thu, Aug. 7

Let the suave Montreal duo move you with their electro-funk. Their latest album, White Women, showcases the band at its most ambitious, with both the pop and the muso elements of Chromeo pushed into the red. (show: 8 pm, admission: $30-$40)

Watch their music video for Jealous (I Ain't With It).

Flume - Thu, Aug. 7

22-year-old rising wunderkind, Flume, creates atmospheric, beat-driven music that draws on a range of influences to create a fresh new sound; one capable of bringing a festival crowd to fever pitch and then bringing it right back down again on demand. (show: 11:59pm, admission: $20.)

Listen to his track Holdin On.

Cut Copy - Fri, Aug. 8

Let Melbourne psychedelic crew Cut Copy free your mind. Participating in the forms of cultural practice that develop in and around the club, the quartet discovered a portal to the UK acid house movement through Melbourne's booming subterranean dance community. (show: 9pm, admission: $30-$40)

Watch their video for Free Your Mind.

Honda Civic Tour Featuring Grouplove & Portugal. The Man - Sat, Aug. 16 (show: 8pm, admission: $35-40)


After scoring success with their chart topping single "Tongue Tied" and spending over two years on the road supporting their 2011 debut Never Trust A Happy Song, Grouplove took less than a week's break before beginning work on their new album, Spreading Rumours. Spreading Rumours sees Grouplove elevating from a band of friends jangling together music and words without much direction into focused artists making a beautiful album together - standing behind one vision and a sound that is uniquely their own.