Hook Jaw Net Radio’s “On Air with Robert & CC” will host a live interview with The Gazillionaire and Penny Pibbets, stars of the smash-hit musical Absinthe from Rockhouse Bar & Nightclub on Friday, April 27.
Following the 5 p.m. interview, patrons will be able to partake in a meet-and-greet with the cast members of Absinthe, while enjoying Rockhouse’s weekend drink specials which include 2-for-1 well drinks and $5 shots.
For fans who are unable to attend the radio broadcast at the ultra-dive bar, the interview will stream live on Hook Jaw Net Radio (www.hookjawnetradio.com).
“On Air with Robert & CC” is a weekly program that broadcasts live every Friday night from various Las Vegas hotspots, featuring high-profile guest interviews and sports talk.
Day or night, it’s always the right time to party at Rockhouse. Whether partygoers are checking out the scene on the rowdy Strip-side patio or dancing on the bar with an 80-ounce guitar, they always enjoy the ultimate nightlife experience. Las Vegas’ only ultra-dive bar is one of the city’s top nightclubs, minus the “VIP” attitude. Rockhouse features the best DJs in Las Vegas blending upbeat rock, hip-hop and dance. With beautiful bartenders pouring drinks from the bar tops, playing in the giant bird cage and dangling from tire swings suspended from the ceiling, Rockhouse is the spot where the party never stops.
Rockhouse is located on Las Vegas Blvd. in front of Imperial Palace, directly across from Caesars Palace in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip. The daiquiri and main bar open daily at 10 a.m. and the adjacent nightclub is open from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. For more information visit www.therockhousebar.com, and for bottle and table reservations call 702.731.9683 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Stay updated and follow Rockhouse on Twitter @RockhouseVegas and Facebook www.facebook.com/Rockhouselv.
“Absinthe,” is the critically acclaimed acro-cabaret variety show at Caesar’s Palace. “Absinthe” is performed in the round with unobstructed sightlines and in intimate proximity of the world-class artists performing amazing feats of strength, balance, danger and unfathomable flexibility. The New York Times hails “You’re close enough to see the sweat and grimaces needed to produce graceful, gravity defying stunts,” and sums up the entire “Absinthe” experience as, “Imagine Cirque du Soleil as channeled through ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show.’”