City Moves

Courtney Combs and Heather Sirois-Arnold met 12 years ago while dancing in a benefit show in Chicago. When they found themselves performing together again in Phantom—The Las Vegas Spectacular, they decided to join forces. The result is City Moves, a benefit concert without the artistic restrictions of a theme. Expect to see dancing, hip-hopping and even hand-balancing by entertainers from local dance companies and top Strip productions, including Phantom, Le Rêve, Peepshow and Viva Elvis. City Moves benefits Family Promise, a nonprofit organization that provides assistance to homeless families in Southern Nevada, and Friends of Roy Horn Theatre, which uses the funds to enhance programs at CSN’s Performing Arts Center.

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Concert Review


Lead singer Brandon Boyd performed to a sold-out crowd with enthusiasm and hypnotic energy reminiscent of the 20-year-old band’s most popular years in the early 2000s. The five-piece outfit satisfied old and new fans with songs from their summer album If Not Now, When? and classics “Privilege,” “Drive” and “Wish You Were Here.” With an extended jam session, a stellar light show and psychedelic visuals, it seemed as if Incubus’ goal was to take the audience on an out-of-body experience.



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