New Years Eve At Adrenaline Sports Bar And Grill With Vegas Own DriVeN, Mynas And Midnight Clover

New Years Rockin Eve.  North & Northwest siders.  You don’t have to fight the Downtown crowd or the madness on the strip.  DriVeN will be hosting a New Years Eve party at Adrenaline Sports Bar and Grill. Three Original Vegas Rock bands, raffle, FREE Champagne toast at Midnight, Drink specials…..NO COVER!! Come kick the New Year right.

DriVeN – With influences stemming from Hard Rock, Metal to Jazz……..DriVeN is in constant evolution. “We just write songs….we dont plan them or stick 2 any one formula….we write what we FEEL”. Using their experience & Energy 2 Rock every thing from heart felt HEAVY grooves 2 kick ass Aggressive & Progressive melodies, DriVeN is an explosion of expression in the studio & on Stage!!


Joel Floyd West-Vocals/Backing Vocals/Guitar Geo Garcia-Bass Guitar/Vocals, Chris Mason-Rhythm Guitars/Vocals, Sandro Brasi-Drums/Percussion/Audio Sync., Glauber Moreno-Lead Guitar/Backing Vocals/Programmer


Miles Lanham, Jeff Pritz, Mark Bazar, Mauricio Silva


Amber Corby: Vocals/Guitar, Johnie Stomp: Guitarist, Jimmie Bohn: Drummer, Roman: Bassist

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The idea of a new place in a familiar space can be hard to swallow. However, ADRENALINE SPORTS BAR & GRILL is a new place that acts as a fresh new outlook on an old, familiar space.

In the mid/late 90’s, the Las Vegas music scene had reached a pinnacle in regards to talent. Bands such as 12 Volt Sex, Inside Scarlet, Phatter Than Albert, Attaboy Skip and Face Down were just some of the bands that were revered and respected.  Venues were held in high regard as well. The Boston, Legends, The Huntridge were places every band wanted to play. This equation of band plus venue equaled a community that people were excited to be a part of. These venues allowed for fans and friends to come together to celebrate local music and the scene itself.

The early 2000’s gave way to new venues that were called upon to carry the mantle of that family atmosphere in local music. Some succeeded and some failed. And with some of those failures, the set faltered. Today, a renaissance has erupted and veteran Vegas musician Ric Eubank (ex-Face Down, Broken End) has launched a venue that he believes can help revitalize that family atmosphere.

Ric Eubank has taken one of Las Vegas’ most familiar spaces, The Cheyenne Saloon, and converted it into an updated, state-of-the-art music venue and rebranded it ADRENALINE SPORTS BAR & GRILL.  Like the new moniker suggests, this new venue gives an energetic shot in the arm to the local music landscape. Being a part of the Las Vegas musical community for so long has given Eubank the passion that is required to make this venue not only successful, but special as well. He has been able to extract all the weaknesses of the Cheyenne Saloon. Gone are the smoke filled rooms, the inconsistent equipment and sound system, the uneven stage, the high prices, the closed kitchen, and the propensity towards booking one specific genre of music. In their place is a new, open approach to booking bands that will focus on all genres of music, a huge 42’ by 17’ stage, and a 54,000w Carvin line array PA. There is also a new 7600w monitor system with the downstage monitors built directly into the stage. Eubank has shown that he cares about what you’re eating and drinking as well in his new establishment. With domestic and craft beers on tap and an in-house Wing King restaurant available for all concert goers and patrons that is open 24 hours while offering catering, carry out and delivery.

ADRENALINE SPORTS BAR & GRILL offers a more than legitimate alternative for music lovers and musicians alike who are now having a hard time finding booking and parking downtown. A new place in a familiar space.

ADRENALINE SPORTS BAR & GRILL – 3103 N Rancho Dr. Las Vegas, NV.  (702) 645-4139.