@DTLV, in partnership with Fergusons Downtown, will present Field Trip, an open-air evening excursion featuring alternative R&B, groovy hip-hop and indie-pop artists.
The outdoor concert will take place at Fergusons Downtown, a city block rooted in community, celebrating local music, art and creators, from 8 p.m. – 1 a.m. on Saturday, May 29.
The revitalized Fergusons Motel and @DTLV, a Downtown Las Vegas community Instagram platform, invites guests to its outdoor concert series that will kick off with performances from Las Vegas favorites, including jazzy hip-hop quintet, The Lique; bouncy pop singer and rapper, Papichuloteej; rising R&B star, LinaDrae; and bone-rattling soul singer, B. Rose plus sounds by DJ Wizdumb.
Tasty bites from local restaurants will be available for purchase on-site, including Vegas Test Kitchen’s Yukon Pizza, a wood-fired sourdough pizza made with a 120-year-old family heirloom starter; Phytos Vegan Eats, Vegas’ first fully vegan hot dog cart; This Mama’s House, which will serve classic Vietnamese Banh Mi sandwiches and comfort food from the general manager of District One; and more.
“It’s been a challenging year, especially for musicians, many of who haven’t been able to perform in front of a live audience in over a year,” said @DTLV editor, Zoneil Maharaj. “We’re excited to welcome our music community back to the stage.”
Fergusons Downtown is where authenticity meets creativity, with its iconic “Big Rig Jig” landmark in the center’s courtyard, the block-long space is filled with local restaurants, shops and pop-up events. There are currently 13 shops and a coffee shop inside Fergusons Downtown; six micro-studio shops and two artists in residence inside The Gather House; as well as a rotating selection of local chefs and pop-ups at Vegas Test Kitchen.
DTLV has become a community where art, music and dynamic eats come together to create a culture that embodies the old-school Vegas with a twist. DTLV offers experiences including Container Park’s open-air shopping center filled with boutique retail shops, unique restaurants and live entertainment; unique bars like Lucky Day, a tequila and mezcal bar stuffed to the brim with an explosion of lights; thrilling adventures like SlotZilla, an 11-story high zipline that takes flyers across the Fremont Street Experience; classic Vegas-style restaurants like Hugo’s Cellar at Four Queens; and more.