Firefighters of Southern Nevada Burn Foundation Host “Seventies Stayin’ Alive” Karaoke Competition at Rí Rá Las Vegas Dec. 8

Firefighters of Southern Nevada Burn Foundation Host “Seventies
Stayin’ Alive” Karaoke Competition
at Rí Rá Las Vegas Dec. 8

The Firefighters of Southern Nevada Burn Foundation will host a “Seventies Stayin’ Alive” karaoke competition and fundraiser at Rí Rá Las Vegas at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 8. Funds raised from the event will benefit the Burn Foundation’s efforts to assist victims of fire and other catastrophic events.

The authentic Irish pub will take guests back to the iconic decade with a groovy singing competition featuring costumes, drink specials, giveaways and more. The event is open to the public. Those wishing to participate can sign up at Participants and guests are encouraged to don their best 1970s attire as the evening’s Best Dressed will win a prize during the event.

Tickets are available in advance for $25 at Guests may also purchase tickets at the door for $30. Those dressed in 1970s attire will receive a $25 discount on their ticket when purchased at the door.

The Firefighters of Southern Nevada Burn Foundation consists of fire department active personnel from Las Vegas Fire & Rescue, Clark County, Henderson, North Las Vegas and Nellis Fire Departments.  The Burn Foundation also works closely with the Burn Unit at UMC hospital in helping to care for these victims, in a joint effort to help those families in need after such a catastrophic event. In the past year, the Burn Foundation has raised approximately $32,000 to assist families confronted with a catastrophic event.

About Rí Rá Las Vegas
Crafted in the warm pub style of 19th century Ireland, Rí Rá Las Vegas is located inside The Shoppes at Mandalay Place.  The authentic Irish pub features a multitude of artifacts that were carefully restored in Wicklow, Ireland and shipped to their new home in Las Vegas.  Rí Rá Las Vegas contains an authentic Victorian Shop bar that began its life in Ireland in the 1880s, a whiskey bar adorned with an original glazed jewelry cabinet from 1900, an oak floor from a whiskey distillery and an 8-foot-tall, 500-pound carved plaster statue of St. Patrick dating back to 1850.  The pub hosts live entertainment seven nights a week in a music room constructed with artifacts dating back to 1890 from the Olympia Theater in Dublin, Ireland. On the weekends, guests can kick back at Rí Rá Live, where every Friday and Saturday at 11:30 p.m. the best bands in town take the pub’s stage.  Born and raised in Dublin, Rí Rá Las Vegas owners David Kelly and Ciaran Sheehan have been close friends since they were 14-years-old. Kelly and Sheehan later partnered with Jay Luther, whom Kelly met while working for Guinness. Rí Rá Las Vegas is the 12th pub the trio has opened in the U.S.

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