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PSYCHO LAS VEGAS 2019 Announces Daily Lineup for America’s Rock N’ Roll Bacchanal August 16-18 at Mandalay Bay

PSYCHO LAS VEGAS 2019 Announces Daily Lineup for America’s Rock N’ Roll Bacchanal August 16-18 at Mandalay Bay

Megadeth, Opeth and Electric Wizard headline the three-day festival

Single Day Tickets now on sale at

LAS VEGAS (May 14, 2019) – The biggest names in metal and rock come together this August 16-18 for PSYCHO LAS VEGAS 2019 at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. The daily lineup for this celebration of rock n’ roll will feature everything fans have come to know and love. Single day tickets are now on sale for $109 plus fees per day at and

Megadeth performs its only Vegas show of 2019 while Opeth is set to perform its only U.S. show in the past three years and original Psycho Las Vegas alums Electric Wizard return to headline the venerable festival.

Clutch, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Beach House, High on Fire, Bad Religion, Mogwai, The Black Angels, Mark Lanegan, Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats, Graveyard, Deafheaven, Glassjaw, The Faint and Cold Cave are among the other artists slated to appear.

More than 65 bands will grace four stages at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino over the three day festival, including the newly renovated Mandalay Bay Events Center; the iconic House of Blues Las Vegas; Mandalay Bay Beach, featuring a wave pool and lazy river; and Rhythm & Riffs, a Vegas-style lounge in the middle of the casino floor. While VIP High Roller passes quickly sold out, three-day General Admission tickets at Tier 1 pricing for $249 (excluding tax and fees) are still available in addition to single day tickets for $109 plus fees per day that go on sale today. Tickets can be purchased at and Discount room rates at Mandalay Bay and various MGM Resorts hotels are available through this link.

Kicking off the three-day PSYCHO LAS VEGAS festival is Psycho Swim, an all-day music filled pool party at DAYLIGHT Beach Club at Mandalay Bay Thursday, August 15. Tickets are included in the VIP High Roller package, otherwise are separate from the three-day festival and on sale now for $35 (excluding tax and fees) for those 21 years of age and older.

2019 Psycho Swim lineup:
Thursday, Aug. 15: Corrosion of Conformity, Lucifer, Danava, ASG, Primitive Man, Yakuza, Monophonics, Motorbabe, Mother Mercury, Idle Hands, Howling Giant and Thrown Into Exile.

2019 PSYCHO LAS VEGAS Daily Lineup:
Friday, Aug. 16: Electric Wizard, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, High on Fire, Bad Religion, Graveyard, Glassjaw, Cold Cave, Fu Manchu, Power Trip, The Crazy World of Arthur Brown, Goatwhore, En Minor, Nothing, Perturbator, Royal Thunder, Hangman’s Chair, Led Zeppelin II, L.A. Witch, Spindrift, Ilsa, Devil Master, Electric Citizen, Candy, DJ Ethan McCarthy and DJ Pain Killer.

Saturday, Aug. 17: Megadeth, Clutch, The Black Angels, Mark Lanegan, The Faint, Triumph of Death, Carcass, Old Man Gloom, Tobacco, Oranssi Pazuzu, Black Mountain, Full of Hell, The Obsessed, Soft Kill, DVNE, Grails, Mork, Nighthorse, Monophonics, Tomb Mold, Led Zeppelin II, Danava and Levitation Room.

Sunday, Aug. 18: Opeth, Beach House, Mogwai, Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats, Deafheaven, Rotting Christ, 1349, Dead Meadow, YOB, Kadavar, Amenra, Vio-Lence, Truckfighters, Have A Nice Life, Warhorse, Twin Temple, Polyrhythmics, Hellfire, Two Minutes to Late Night and Andrew W.K. closing the festival.

*Please note daily lineup is subject to slight changes.


PSYCHO LAS VEGAS is the premier vacation-destination music festival in the U.S. for those who worship all that is rock n’ roll. After three award-winning years housed under the confines of the Hard Rock, America’s rock ‘n’ roll bacchanal is moving to the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino through an exclusive partnership with MGM Entertainment, and will usher in a new era of spectacle, performance and production. This milestone accomplishment for the 7th edition of the event will ravish the senses across four stages including the newly renovated Events Center, the iconic House of Blues, the Mandalay Bay Beach and a takeover of the old-school Vegas-style Rhythm & Riffs Lounge in the very center of the casino floor. In 2019, Psycho is rebooting America’s conception of what a festival can be, on its own terms and w