🎉 House of Blues Las Vegas Revels in 20 Years of Music 🎉

 

 

House of Blues Las Vegas Revels in 20 Years of Music

Fans are Invited to Reminisce and Rock Out with an Anniversary Concert

Marking its 20th Anniversary with a show full of opening night nostalgia, L.A. Vation (Tribute to U2) hits the stage at House of Blues Las Vegas on Saturday, March 2, 2019. With more than 2,700 concerts held over the last 20 years, Bob Dylan and Bono from U2 were the first performers to grace the House of Blues stage in 1999. Tickets to the House of Blues 20th Anniversary with L.A. Vation are on sale at noon PST. The first 200 fans attending will also receive a commemorative poster, which will be unveiled in an upcoming ceremony (details TBA).

Other announcements this week include metal mavens, Hatebreed. Unless otherwise noted, all tickets are on sale now by visiting HouseofBlues.com, MandalayBay.com, Ticketmaster.com or by calling 702-632-7600.

JUST ANNOUNCED
Saturday, March 2 | House of Blues 20th Anniversary with L.A. Vation (Tribute to U2)
Doors: 7 p.m. | Tickets: start at $10 | Ages: 18+ | Genre: Rock Tribute

Saturday, April 1 | Gunna – Drip or Drown 2 Tour
Doors: 6:30 p.m. | Tickets: start at $25 (on sale Feb. 15) | Ages: All Ages | Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Tuesday, May 21 | Hatebreed
Doors: 5:30 p.m. | Tickets: start at $25 (on sale Feb. 15) | Ages: All Ages | Genre: Metal

Tuesday, Aug. 20 | O.A.R. – The Mighty O.A.R. Summer Tour 2019 with American Authors
Doors: 6 p.m. | Tickets: start at $40 (on sale Feb. 15) | Ages: All Ages | Genre: Rock

UPCOMING SHOWS
Friday, Feb. 15 | Ice Cube
Doors: 8 p.m. | Tickets: start at $59.50 | Ages: 18+ | Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Saturday, Feb. 16 | Concierto Del Amor – Tributo a Vicente Fernandez con Ivan Estrella
Doors: 7 p.m. | Tickets: start at $10 | Ages: 18+ | Genre: Latin Tribute

Friday, Feb. 22 | Schism – Tribute to Tool
Doors: 7 p.m. | Tickets: start at $10 | Ages: 18+ | Genre: Rock Tribute

Saturday, Feb. 23 | 10 Summers Presents: The Debut Tour with Ella Mai – SOLD OUT
Doors: 7:30 p.m. | Tickets: start at $27.50 | Ages: All Ages | Genre: R&B

Thursday, Feb. 28 | Death Grips
Doors: 8 p.m. | Tickets: start at $20 | Ages: 18+ | Genre: Experimental Hip-Hop

Friday, March 1 | Unplugged Therapy, A Night of Acoustic Rock – Inside B Side at House of Blues Las Vegas
Doors: 7 p.m. | Tickets: start at $5 | Ages: All Ages | Genre: Acoustic Rock

Saturday, March 2 | House of Blues 20th Anniversary with L.A. Vation (Tribute to U2)
Doors: 7 p.m. | Tickets: start at $10 | Ages: 18+ | Genre: Rock Tribute

Saturday, March 2 | Elvis Monroe – Inside B Side at House of Blues Las Vegas
Doors: 8 p.m. | Tickets: start at $10 | Ages: All Ages | Genre: Rock

Sunday, March 3 | Kurt Vile and the Violators
Doors: 7:30 p.m. | Tickets: start at $25 | Ages: All Ages | Genre: Rock

Thursday, March 7 | CRADLE OF FILTH: CRYPTORIANA WORLD TOUR
Doors: 6 p.m. | Tickets: start at $32 | Ages: 18+ | Genre: Death Metal

Friday, March 8 | Dead Kennedys – With Special Guests: Dwarves, Voodoo Glow Skulls
Doors: 6 p.m. | Tickets: start at $25 | Ages: All Ages | Genre: Rock

Friday, March 8 | Weathers with Chord Overstreet and The Rose – Inside B Side at House of Blues Las Vegas
Doors: 7 p.m. | Tickets: Free | Ages: All Ages | Genre: Rock

Saturday, March 9 | DSB – Tribute to Journey
Doors: 7:30 p.m. | Tickets: start at $10 | Ages: 18+ | Genre: Rock Tribute

Thursday, March 14 | Abba Mania
Doors: 7:30 p.m. | Tickets: start at $25 | Ages: 18+ | Genre: Pop

Friday, March 15 | Rock Off – Tribute to Queen vs. The Beatle Tribute
Doors: 7 p.m. | Tickets: start at $10 | Ages: 18+ | Genre: Rock Tribute

Saturday, March 16 | ONE OK ROCK – Eye of the Storm North America Tour 2019
Doors: 6:30 p.m. | Tickets: start at $27.50 | Ages: All Ages | Genre: J-Rock

Saturday, March 16 | Jacob Lee, Dylan Gardner & Foreign Figures – Let’s Get This Started Tour 2019 – Inside B Side at House of Blues Las Vegas
Doors: 7 p.m. | Tickets: Free | Ages: All Ages | Genre: Pop/Rock

Thursday, March 21 | Sabrina Carpenter – The Singular Tour
Doors: 7 p.m. | Tickets: start at $35 | Ages: All Ages | Genre: Pop Rock

Friday, March 22 | Lil Baby – The New Generation Tour
Doors: 7:30 p.m. | Tickets: start at $42.50 | Ages: All Ages | Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Saturday, March 23 | Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness – Upside Down Flowers Tour
Doors: 6 p.m. | Tickets: start at $25.50 | Ages: All Ages | Genre: Alternative Rock

Sunday, March 24 | West Coast High 2019 featuring Cypress Hill, Hollywood Undead and Xzibit
Doors: 6:30 p.m. | Tickets: start at $39.50 | Ages: All Ages | Genre: Hip-Hop

Thursday, March 28 | Monster Energy Outbreak Tour Presents – A Boogie wit da Hoodie
Doors: 7 p.m. | Tickets: start at $25 | Ages: All Ages | Genre: Hip-Hop

Friday, March 29 | Morgan Wallen – If I Know Me Tour
Doors: 7:30 p.m. | Tickets: start at $20 | Ages: All Ages | Genre: Country

Saturday, March 30 | TESLA – Shock USA Tour
Doors: 8 p.m. | Tickets: start at $45 | Ages: 18+ | Genre: Rock

Saturday, April 1 | Gunna – Drip or Drown 2 Tour
Doors: 6:30 p.m. | Tickets: start at $25 (on sale Feb. 15) | Ages: All Ages | Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Friday, April 12 | Eric B & Rakim
Doors: 9 p.m. | Tickets: start at $29.50 | Ages: 18+ | Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Saturday, April 20 | The Noise Presents: Falling in Reverse
Doors: 6 p.m. | Tickets: start at $27.50 | Ages: All Ages | Genre: Rock

Friday, May 3 | Passion Pit – Manners 10th Anniversary Tour
Doors: 7:30 p.m. | Tickets: start at $29.50 | Ages: 18+ | Genre: Electropop

Saturday, May 4 and Sunday, May 5 | Taking Back Sunday
Doors: 6:45 p.m. | Tickets: start at $35 | Ages: All Ages | Genre: Alternative Rock

Wednesday, May 8 | Yngwie Malmsteen
Doors: 8 p.m. | Tickets: start at $27.50 | Ages: 18+ | Genre: Heavy Metal

Friday, May 10 | Jenny Lewis – On The Line Tour 2019
Doors: 7:30 p.m. | Tickets: start at $25 | Ages: All Ages | Genre: Indie Rock

May 15, 17-19, 22, 24-25 | Carlos Santana – An Intimate Evening with Santana: Greatest Hits Live
Doors: 7 p.m. | Tickets: start at $99.50 | Ages: 18+ | Genre: Classic Rock/Latin Fusion

Tuesday, May 21 | Hatebreed
Doors: 5:30 p.m. | Tickets: start at $25 (on sale Feb. 15) | Ages: All Ages | Genre: Metal

Saturday, June 15 | Avatar – Avatar Country World Tour
Doors: 6 p.m. | Tickets: start at $26  | Ages: All Ages | Genre: Heavy Metal

Friday, July 5 | New Found Glory – From The Screen To Your Stereo To Your Town
Doors: 6:30 p.m. | Tickets: start at $26.50 | Ages: All Ages | Genre: Rock

Saturday, July 6 | Jon Bellion – The Glory Sound Prep Tour
Doors: 6 p.m. | Tickets: start at $49.50 |Ages: 18+ | Genre: Pop

Sunday, July 7 | Intocable – Percepción Tour 2019
Doors: 7:30 p.m. | Tickets: start at $42.50 |Ages: 18+ | Genre: Latin

Saturday, July 27 | Static-X and Devildriver
Doors: 6 p.m. | Tickets: start at $22 |Ages: 18+ | Genre: Industrial Metal

Tuesday, Aug. 20 | O.A.R. – The Mighty O.A.R. Summer Tour 2019 with American Authors
Doors: 6 p.m. | Tickets: start at $40 (on sale Feb. 15) | Ages: All Ages | Genre: Rock

Sept. 18, 20-22, 25, 27-29 | Carlos Santana – An Intimate Evening with Santana: Greatest Hits Live
Doors: 7 p.m. | Tickets: start at $99.50 | Ages: 18+ | Genre: Classic Rock/Latin Fusion

Friday, Oct. 25 | Christian Nodal – Ahora Tour 2019
Doors: 8 p.m. | Tickets: start at $60 | Ages: 18+ | Genre: Regional Mexican

Oct. 30, Nov. 1-3, 6, 8-10 | Carlos Santana – An Intimate Evening with Santana: Greatest Hits Live
Doors: 7 p.m. | Tickets: start at $99.50 | Ages: 18+ | Genre: Classic Rock/Latin Fusion

About House Of Blues:
Founded in 1992, the 11 House of Blues are located throughout the United States and form the country’s pre-eminent group of intimate music venues. Each features state-of-the-art sound and lighting technology in one-of-a-kind custom designed environments aimed to bring fans as close as possible to the artists. Every location’s restaurant and bar is adorned with signature original folk-art – part of the world’s largest collection – combined with the House of Blues legendary hospitality and tantalizing cuisine.

Vans Warped Tour ’17 Starts Tomorrow In Seattle And Only A Week Until Las Vegas Vans Warped Tour ’17 At The Hard Rock Hotel Casino

TICKETMASTER TICKET LINK

COMPLETE BAND LISTING FOR 2017 VANS WARPED TOUR
Click on band for date and locations performing

ATTILA • BOWLING FOR SOUP • CKY • FUTURISTIC • HAWTHORNE HEIGHTS • I PREVAIL • JULE VERA • NEW YEARS DAY • SAMMY ADAMS • WATSKY • AMERICAN AUTHORS • ANDY BLACK • BEARTOOTH • DANCE GAVIN DANCE • GOLDFINGER • HANDS LIKE HOUSES • MEMPHIS MAY FIRE • NECK DEEP • OUR LAST NIGHT • SAVE FERRIS • STREETLIGHT MANIFESTO • BEING AS AN OCEAN • CANDIRIA • COUNTERPARTS • FIT FOR A KING • HATEBREED • SILENT PLANET • STICK TO YOUR GUNS • SYLAR • THE ACACIA STRAIN • AFTER THE BURIAL • BLESSTHEFALL • CARNIFEX • EMMURE • GWAR • HUNDREDTH • SILVERSTEIN • SWORN IN • TOO CLOSE TO TOUCH • ALESTORM • BAD SEED RISING • BARB WIRE DOLLS • BIG D AND THE KIDS TABLE • MICROWAVE • NEVER SHOUT NEVER • RIVERBOAT GAMBLERS • SONIC BOOM SIX • STACKED LIKE PANCAKES • STREET DOGS • THE WHITE NOISE • TWILIGHT CREEPS • WAR ON WOMEN • WILLIAM CONTROL • ANTI-FLAG • BAD COP / BAD COP • DOLL SKIN • FIRE FROM THE GODS • MUNICIPAL WASTE • SICK OF IT ALL • STRUNG OUT • T.S.O.L. • THE ADOLESCENTS • THE ALARM • THE ATARIS • THE DICKIES • THE SUICIDE MACHINES • VALIENT THORR • BAD OMENS • BOSTON MANOR • CAROUSEL KINGS • COURAGE MY LOVE • CREEPER • ETERNAL BOY • FAREWELL WINTERS • FEEKI • KNOCKED LOOSE • MONTAGE • MOVEMENTS • NAKED WALRUS • ONE LAST SHOT • PLAYBOY MANBABY • SARAH AND THE SAFE WORD • SEPARATIONS • SHATTERED SUN • THE DUKES • THE FANTASTIC PLASTICS • THE GOSPEL YOUTH • THE WAVES • TILLIE • TROPHY EYES

Now in its 23rd year, the Vans Warped Tour continues to solidify itself as the must attend festival over summer for rock and music lovers alike.

In the tradition of celebrating the tour’s musical roots, the lineup includes bands such as CKY, Sick Of It All, Municipal Waste, The Adolescents, Strung Out, T.S.O.L, Anti-Flag, Hatebreed and others, who are legends in the punk, hardcore and metal core world.

Returning this year is the Mutant Party Zone, which will provide festival-goers with two stages dedicated to heavy music from bands such as The Acacia Strain, Being As An Ocean, Blessthefall, Carnifex, Fit For A King, GWAR and any more.

The Vans Warped Tour has always been a place of music discovery and this year is no exception – the Full Sail Stage has up and comers like Boston Manor, Creeper, The Gospel Youth, Knocked Loose, Movements, and Trophy Eyes positioned to break this summer.

Overall, the tour continues to offer something for every fan, showcasing the best in pop punk, rock, hard core, hip-hop, dance and indie.

The Vans Warped Tour is the largest traveling music festival in the United States, and the longest-running touring music festival in North America. Originally conceived by founder Kevin Lyman in 1995 as an eclectic alternative rock festival, with a focus on punk rock, over the years the tour has grown to include a multitude of genres, including metal, hip hop, reggae, pop and more. It remains one of the best tours to attend to discover emerging acts, to learn more about wonderful non-profits and companies who are working to make a positive impact on the world that surround them, and to meet like-minded friends.

“As we enter our 23rd year on the road, continuing our mission of music, philanthropy and education is what I look forward to most. The Vans Warped Tour is not for all, but every summer I look forward to seeing those fans who do chose to come and engage and be a positive force in our community.” – Kevin Lyman

In addition, the tour continues to host a wide array of amazing non-profits and educational workshops for attendees. Teens With a Purpose, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP), Donate Life New England, Planned Parenthood, Keep A Breast, Testicular Cancer Foundation, and Project HEAL, just to name a few. Fans can see their favorite bands as well as become educated on these causes and how they can help.

Sierra Lyman comments, “Music has inspired change and social change has inspired music. Since its inception the Vans Warped Tour created a place where fans are not only inspired by their favorite artists, but also inspired to work with a cause they care about. This is pushed even further by opening up musicians to causes they never even knew about. By creating this community of nonprofits we are able to connect fans with their favorite musicians and also inspire some good in the world.”

The Entertainment Institute will return to the 2017 tour as well, hosting educational workshops and Q+A’s hosted by the industry’s most successful writers, artists, and photographers. A full listing of the guru’s hosting each workshop is available at http://www.thinktei.com/warpedtour

Tickets for this year’s tour on are sale now and can be purchased at vanswarpedtour.com

As a bonus for early ticket buyers, the first 500 tickets sold for each show will be at the lowest price available and will include a digital download of the Official Vans Warped Tour 50-song compilation.

The 41-date tour will commence June 16th in Seattle, WA and end on August 6th in Pomona, CA

About Vans Warped Tour:
The Vans Warped Tour, presented by Journeys, is well known as America’s longest running touring music festival of the summer. Since 1995, the tour has been a showcase for both established and up and coming talent, across a wide range of eclectic sub-genres.

The tour has also cemented its place in history by bringing alternative rock and skate culture from the underground to the forefront of global youth culture, while at the same time helping those in need through non-profit and eco initiatives.

Alternative Press readers voted the Vans Warped Tour as the “Best Tour/Festival” and Rolling Stone called it “America’s Most Successful Festival”.

Learn more about the Vans Warped Tour:
www.vanswarpedtour.com

Follow the Vans Warped Tour:
www.facebook.com/warpedtour
www.twitter.com/vanswarpedtour
www.instagram.com/vanswarpedtour

 

Full Sail Stage
Bad Omens: 7.4 – 7.24
Boston Manor: 6.16 – 8.6
Carousel Kings: 6.16 – 7.4
Courage My Love: 6.16 – 8.6
Creeper: 6.16 – 8.6
Dukes, The: 6.27 – 7.2
Eternal Boy: 7.14
Fantastic Plastics, The: 6.16 – 7.2
Farewell Winters: 6.16 – 8.6
Feeki: 6.16 – 8.6
Gospel Youth, The: 6.16 – 8.6
Knocked Loose: 6.16 – 8.6
Montage: 7.18
Movements: 6.16 – 8.6
Naked Walrus: 6.23, 6.24
One Last Shot: 7.7 – 7.10
Playboy Manbaby: 6.22, 8.6
Sarah and The Safe Word: 6.29
Separations: 7.6 – 7.24
Shattered Sun: 7.26 – 8.6
tiLLie: 7.26 – 8.6
Trophy Eyes: 6.16 – 8.6
The Waves: 7.18

 

Hard Rock Stage
The Adolescents: 6.16 – 8.6
The Alarm: 7.7 – 7.16, 8.4 – 8.6
Anti-Flag: 6.27 – 7.24
The Ataris: 6.16 – 8.1
Bad Cop / Bad Cop: 6.16 – 8.6
The Dickies: 6.16 – 6.22, 6.24, 6.25
Doll Skin: 6.16 – 6.25
Fire From The Gods: 6.16 – 8.6
Municipal Waste: 6.16 – 7.2, 7.6 – 8.6
Sick Of It All: 6.21 – 8.6
Strung Out: 6.16 – 7.11, 8.4 – 8.6
Suicide Machines: 7.18 – 7.21
T.S.O.L.: 7.22 – 8.6
Valient Thorr: 6.16 – 8.6
Skullcandy Stage
Alestorm: 6.21 – 8.6
Bad Seed Rising: 6.16 – 7.4
Barb Wire Dolls: 6.16 – 8.6
Big D and The Kids Table: 7.6 – 7.16
Microwave: 6.16 – 8.6
Riverboat Gamblers: 7.29, 7.30
Sonic Boom Six: 6.16 – 8.6
Stacked Like Pancakes: 7.16 – 8.6
Street Dogs: 7.6 – 7.16
Twilight Creeps: 8.4 – 8.6
War On Women: 6.16 – 8.6
The White Noise: 6.16 – 8.6
William Control: 6.16 – 8.6
Journeys Right Foot Stage
American Authors: 6.16 – 7.19, 7.21 – 8.6
Andy Black: 6.16 – 8.6
Beartooth: 6.28 – 8.6
Dance Gavin Dance: 6.16 – 8.6
Goldfinger: 6.16, 6.17, 8.4 – 8.6
Hands Like Houses: 6.16 – 8.6
Memphis May Fire: 6.16 – 8.6
Neck Deep: 6.16 – 8.6
Our Last Night: 6.16 – 8.6
Save Ferris: 6.22 – 8.1, 8.5
Streetlight Manifesto: 6.24
Journeys Left Foot Stage
Attila: 6.16 – 7.2, 7.6 – 8.6
Bowling For Soup: 6.27 – 7.2, 7.26, 7.27, 7.29,7.30
CKY: 6.16 – 8.6
Futuristic: 6.16 – 6.23, 6.25 – 8.6
Hawthorne Heights: 6.16 – 8.6
I Prevail: 6.16 – 8.6
Jule Vera: 6.16 – 8.6
Never Shout Never (Throwback Set): 6.27 – 7.7
New Years Day: 6.16 – 8.6
Sammy Adams: 6.16 – 7.28, 8.1 – 8.6
Watsky: 6.17 – 7.14, 7.16 – 7.18, 7.20, 7.21, 7.23 – 8.6
Mutant South Stage
After The Burial: 6.16 – 8.6
Blessthefall: 6.16 – 8.6
Carnifex: 6.16 – 8.6
Emmure: 6.16 – 8.6
GWAR: 6.16 – 8.6
Hundredth: 6.16 – 8.6
Silverstein: 6.16 – 8.6
Sworn In: 6.16 – 8.6
Too Close To Touch: 6.16 – 8.6
Mutant North Stage
The Acacia Strain: 6.16 – 8.6
Being As An Ocean: 6.16 – 8.6
Candiria: 6.21 – 8.6
Counterparts: 6.16 – 8.6
Fit For A King: 6.16 – 8.6
Hatebreed: 6.21 – 8.6
Silent Planet: 6.16 – 8.6
Stick To Your Guns: 6.16 – 7.2, 7.6 – 8.6
Sylar: 6.16 – 8.6

Vans Warped Tour ’17 Presented By Journeys – Verified Artist Line Up, Dates Playing, Videos And Tickets On Sale Now – At Las Vegas Hard Rock Hotel Casino June 23rd

TICKETMASTER TICKET LINK

COMPLETE BAND LISTING FOR 2017 VANS WARPED TOUR
Click on band for date and locations performing

ATTILA • BOWLING FOR SOUP • CKY • FUTURISTIC • HAWTHORNE HEIGHTS • I PREVAIL • JULE VERA • NEW YEARS DAY • SAMMY ADAMS • WATSKY • AMERICAN AUTHORS • ANDY BLACK • BEARTOOTH • DANCE GAVIN DANCE • GOLDFINGER • HANDS LIKE HOUSES • MEMPHIS MAY FIRE • NECK DEEP • OUR LAST NIGHT • SAVE FERRIS • STREETLIGHT MANIFESTO • BEING AS AN OCEAN • CANDIRIA • COUNTERPARTS • FIT FOR A KING • HATEBREED • SILENT PLANET • STICK TO YOUR GUNS • SYLAR • THE ACACIA STRAIN • AFTER THE BURIAL • BLESSTHEFALL • CARNIFEX • EMMURE • GWAR • HUNDREDTH • SILVERSTEIN • SWORN IN • TOO CLOSE TO TOUCH • ALESTORM • BAD SEED RISING • BARB WIRE DOLLS • BIG D AND THE KIDS TABLE • MICROWAVE • NEVER SHOUT NEVER • RIVERBOAT GAMBLERS • SONIC BOOM SIX • STACKED LIKE PANCAKES • STREET DOGS • THE WHITE NOISE • TWILIGHT CREEPS • WAR ON WOMEN • WILLIAM CONTROL • ANTI-FLAG • BAD COP / BAD COP • DOLL SKIN • FIRE FROM THE GODS • MUNICIPAL WASTE • SICK OF IT ALL • STRUNG OUT • T.S.O.L. • THE ADOLESCENTS • THE ALARM • THE ATARIS • THE DICKIES • THE SUICIDE MACHINES • VALIENT THORR • BAD OMENS • BOSTON MANOR • CAROUSEL KINGS • COURAGE MY LOVE • CREEPER • ETERNAL BOY • FAREWELL WINTERS • FEEKI • KNOCKED LOOSE • MONTAGE • MOVEMENTS • NAKED WALRUS • ONE LAST SHOT • PLAYBOY MANBABY • SARAH AND THE SAFE WORD • SEPARATIONS • SHATTERED SUN • THE DUKES • THE FANTASTIC PLASTICS • THE GOSPEL YOUTH • THE WAVES • TILLIE • TROPHY EYES

The entire lineup for 2017’s Vans Warped Tour, presented by Journeys, was revealed yesterday via a LIVE webcast, direct from Full Sail Live, the state-of-the-art performance venue on the campus of Full Sail University in Winter Park, FL. Fans in attendance were overjoyed to see the lineup for this year include not only current favorites and promising up and comers, but a deep list of legacy acts spanning the tour’s 23 year history. Blessthefall, Memphis May Fire, Jule Vera, Stacked Like Pancakes and Microwave also attended the live stream and performed during the webcast.

Now in its 23rd year, the Vans Warped Tour continues to solidify itself as the must attend festival over summer for rock and music lovers alike.

In the tradition of celebrating the tour’s musical roots, the lineup includes bands such as CKY, Sick Of It All, Municipal Waste, The Adolescents, Strung Out, T.S.O.L, Anti-Flag, Hatebreed and others, who are legends in the punk, hardcore and metal core world.

Returning this year is the Mutant Party Zone, which will provide festival-goers with two stages dedicated to heavy music from bands such as The Acacia Strain, Being As An Ocean, Blessthefall, Carnifex, Fit For A King, GWAR and any more.

The Vans Warped Tour has always been a place of music discovery and this year is no exception – the Full Sail Stage has up and comers like Boston Manor, Creeper, The Gospel Youth, Knocked Loose, Movements, and Trophy Eyes positioned to break this summer.

Overall, the tour continues to offer something for every fan, showcasing the best in pop punk, rock, hard core, hip-hop, dance and indie.

The Vans Warped Tour is the largest traveling music festival in the United States, and the longest-running touring music festival in North America. Originally conceived by founder Kevin Lyman in 1995 as an eclectic alternative rock festival, with a focus on punk rock, over the years the tour has grown to include a multitude of genres, including metal, hip hop, reggae, pop and more. It remains one of the best tours to attend to discover emerging acts, to learn more about wonderful non-profits and companies who are working to make a positive impact on the world that surround them, and to meet like-minded friends.

“As we enter our 23rd year on the road, continuing our mission of music, philanthropy and education is what I look forward to most. The Vans Warped Tour is not for all, but every summer I look forward to seeing those fans who do chose to come and engage and be a positive force in our community.” – Kevin Lyman

In addition, the tour continues to host a wide array of amazing non-profits and educational workshops for attendees. Teens With a Purpose, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP), Donate Life New England, Planned Parenthood, Keep A Breast, Testicular Cancer Foundation, and Project HEAL, just to name a few. Fans can see their favorite bands as well as become educated on these causes and how they can help.

Sierra Lyman comments, “Music has inspired change and social change has inspired music. Since its inception the Vans Warped Tour created a place where fans are not only inspired by their favorite artists, but also inspired to work with a cause they care about. This is pushed even further by opening up musicians to causes they never even knew about. By creating this community of nonprofits we are able to connect fans with their favorite musicians and also inspire some good in the world.”

The Entertainment Institute will return to the 2017 tour as well, hosting educational workshops and Q+A’s hosted by the industry’s most successful writers, artists, and photographers. A full listing of the guru’s hosting each workshop is available at http://www.thinktei.com/warpedtour

Tickets for this year’s tour on are sale now and can be purchased at vanswarpedtour.com

As a bonus for early ticket buyers, the first 500 tickets sold for each show will be at the lowest price available and will include a digital download of the Official Vans Warped Tour 50-song compilation.

The 41-date tour will commence June 16th in Seattle, WA and end on August 6th in Pomona, CA

About Vans Warped Tour:
The Vans Warped Tour, presented by Journeys, is well known as America’s longest running touring music festival of the summer. Since 1995, the tour has been a showcase for both established and up and coming talent, across a wide range of eclectic sub-genres.

The tour has also cemented its place in history by bringing alternative rock and skate culture from the underground to the forefront of global youth culture, while at the same time helping those in need through non-profit and eco initiatives.

Alternative Press readers voted the Vans Warped Tour as the “Best Tour/Festival” and Rolling Stone called it “America’s Most Successful Festival”.

Learn more about the Vans Warped Tour:
www.vanswarpedtour.com

Follow the Vans Warped Tour:
www.facebook.com/warpedtour
www.twitter.com/vanswarpedtour
www.instagram.com/vanswarpedtour

 

Full Sail Stage
Bad Omens: 7.4 – 7.24
Boston Manor: 6.16 – 8.6
Carousel Kings: 6.16 – 7.4
Courage My Love: 6.16 – 8.6
Creeper: 6.16 – 8.6
Dukes, The: 6.27 – 7.2
Eternal Boy: 7.14
Fantastic Plastics, The: 6.16 – 7.2
Farewell Winters: 6.16 – 8.6
Feeki: 6.16 – 8.6
Gospel Youth, The: 6.16 – 8.6
Knocked Loose: 6.16 – 8.6
Montage: 7.18
Movements: 6.16 – 8.6
Naked Walrus: 6.23, 6.24
One Last Shot: 7.7 – 7.10
Playboy Manbaby: 6.22, 8.6
Sarah and The Safe Word: 6.29
Separations: 7.6 – 7.24
Shattered Sun: 7.26 – 8.6
tiLLie: 7.26 – 8.6
Trophy Eyes: 6.16 – 8.6
The Waves: 7.18

 

Hard Rock Stage
The Adolescents: 6.16 – 8.6
The Alarm: 7.7 – 7.16, 8.4 – 8.6
Anti-Flag: 6.27 – 7.24
The Ataris: 6.16 – 8.1
Bad Cop / Bad Cop: 6.16 – 8.6
The Dickies: 6.16 – 6.22, 6.24, 6.25
Doll Skin: 6.16 – 6.25
Fire From The Gods: 6.16 – 8.6
Municipal Waste: 6.16 – 7.2, 7.6 – 8.6
Sick Of It All: 6.21 – 8.6
Strung Out: 6.16 – 7.11, 8.4 – 8.6
Suicide Machines: 7.18 – 7.21
T.S.O.L.: 7.22 – 8.6
Valient Thorr: 6.16 – 8.6
Skullcandy Stage
Alestorm: 6.21 – 8.6
Bad Seed Rising: 6.16 – 7.4
Barb Wire Dolls: 6.16 – 8.6
Big D and The Kids Table: 7.6 – 7.16
Microwave: 6.16 – 8.6
Riverboat Gamblers: 7.29, 7.30
Sonic Boom Six: 6.16 – 8.6
Stacked Like Pancakes: 7.16 – 8.6
Street Dogs: 7.6 – 7.16
Twilight Creeps: 8.4 – 8.6
War On Women: 6.16 – 8.6
The White Noise: 6.16 – 8.6
William Control: 6.16 – 8.6
Journeys Right Foot Stage
American Authors: 6.16 – 7.19, 7.21 – 8.6
Andy Black: 6.16 – 8.6
Beartooth: 6.28 – 8.6
Dance Gavin Dance: 6.16 – 8.6
Goldfinger: 6.16, 6.17, 8.4 – 8.6
Hands Like Houses: 6.16 – 8.6
Memphis May Fire: 6.16 – 8.6
Neck Deep: 6.16 – 8.6
Our Last Night: 6.16 – 8.6
Save Ferris: 6.22 – 8.1, 8.5
Streetlight Manifesto: 6.24
Journeys Left Foot Stage
Attila: 6.16 – 7.2, 7.6 – 8.6
Bowling For Soup: 6.27 – 7.2, 7.26, 7.27, 7.29,7.30
CKY: 6.16 – 8.6
Futuristic: 6.16 – 6.23, 6.25 – 8.6
Hawthorne Heights: 6.16 – 8.6
I Prevail: 6.16 – 8.6
Jule Vera: 6.16 – 8.6
Never Shout Never (Throwback Set): 6.27 – 7.7
New Years Day: 6.16 – 8.6
Sammy Adams: 6.16 – 7.28, 8.1 – 8.6
Watsky: 6.17 – 7.14, 7.16 – 7.18, 7.20, 7.21, 7.23 – 8.6
Mutant South Stage
After The Burial: 6.16 – 8.6
Blessthefall: 6.16 – 8.6
Carnifex: 6.16 – 8.6
Emmure: 6.16 – 8.6
GWAR: 6.16 – 8.6
Hundredth: 6.16 – 8.6
Silverstein: 6.16 – 8.6
Sworn In: 6.16 – 8.6
Too Close To Touch: 6.16 – 8.6
Mutant North Stage
The Acacia Strain: 6.16 – 8.6
Being As An Ocean: 6.16 – 8.6
Candiria: 6.21 – 8.6
Counterparts: 6.16 – 8.6
Fit For A King: 6.16 – 8.6
Hatebreed: 6.21 – 8.6
Silent Planet: 6.16 – 8.6
Stick To Your Guns: 6.16 – 7.2, 7.6 – 8.6
Sylar: 6.16 – 8.6

Biggest Las Vegas Metal Show of 2012 – LAMB OF GOD, IN FLAMES, HATEBREED, SYLOSIS – at The House of Blues Las Vegas Thursday November 1st


After a successful reunion with singer Randy Blythe at the two Knotfest shows in mid-August, LAMB OF GOD is pleased to announce a 38-date fall U.S tour starting October 30th in Phoenix, Arizona. Joining LAMB OF GOD as direct support for the entire tour is In Flames. Hatebreed will be joining the package from October 30th until November 19th at which point HELLYEAH will replace them for the remainder of the shows. British band Sylosis will open all dates. Due to Randy Blythe’s continuing legal situation, the band will not be able to perform in Canada on this tour but look forward to doing an entire Canadian run in the near future.

The tour will be the first U.S tour in support of the band’s CD, Resolution, which debuted at #3 upon its release in January, and will be the last tour dates of 2012. Tickets for the tour will begin to go on sale the weekend of September 21st.

Below are the dates for the tour:
Tue/Oct-30 Phoenix, AZ @ Comerica Theater
Wed/Oct-31 Los Angeles, CA @ TBA
Thu/Nov-01 Las Vegas, NV @ House of Blues
Sat/Nov-03 Lubbock, TX @ Lonestar Pavilion
Sun/Nov-04 San Antonio, TX @ Sunken Garden
Mon/Nov-05 Oklahoma City, OK @ Diamond Ballroom
Wed/Nov-07 St. Louis, MO @ Pageant
Thu/Nov-08 Indianapolis, MN @ Egyptian Room
Fri/Nov-09 Milwaukee, WI @ Eagles Ballroom
Sat/Nov-10 St. Paul, MN @ Myth
Mon/Nov-12 Louisville, KY @ Expo Five
Wed/Nov-14 Stroudsburg, PA @ Sherman Theater
Fri/Nov-16 New York, NY @ Roseland
Sat/Nov-17 Silver Spring, MD @ Fillmore
Mon/Nov-19 Orlando, FL @ House of Blues
Tue/Nov-20 Atlanta, GA @ Tabernacle
Wed/Nov-21 Charlotte, NC @ Fillmore
Fri/Nov-23 Wallingford, CT @ Oakdale Theater
Sat/Nov-24 Philadelphia, PA @ Electric Factory
Sun/Nov-25 Boston, MA @ House of Blues
Mon/Nov-26 Niagara Falls, NY @ Rapids Theater
Tue/Nov-27 Pittsburgh, PA@ Stage AE
Wed/Nov-28 Richmond, VA @ The National
Fri/Nov-30 Chicago, IL @ Congress Ballroom
Sat/Dec-01 Detroit, MI @ Fillmore Detroit
Sun/Dec-02 Columbus, OH @ LC Pavilion (no HELLYEAH)
Mon/Dec-03 Grand Rapids, MI @ Orbit Room
Tue/Dec-04 Des Moines, IA @ Val Air Ballroom
Thu/Dec-06 Houston, TX @ Bayou Music Center
Fri/Dec-07 Dallas, TX @ Palladium Ballroom
Sat/Dec-08 Kansas City, MO @ Uptown Theater
Mon/Dec-10 Denver, CO @ Fillmore
Tue/Dec-11 Farmington, NM @ McGhee Park
Thu/Dec-13 San Francisco, CA @ Warfield
Fri/Dec-14 Medford, OR @ Medford Armory
Sat/Dec-15 Spokane, WA @ Knitting Factory
Sun/Dec-16 Seattle, WA @ Showbox SODO

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Tickets on Sale Friday 9-21 for Lamb of God, In Flames, Hatebreed, Sylosis at Mandalay Bay House of Blues Las Vegas Show November 1st

COMING TO THE HOUSE OF BLUES LAS VEGAS

 

Lamb of God

w/ In Flames, Hatebreed & Sylosis


Thursday, November 1st, 2012 @ 5:50pm

 at HOUSE OF BLUES LAS VEGAS

 located inside Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino

Tickets on sale Fri. 9/21 @ 10am

 

 

Ticket starting at $37.00*

*All tickets subject to facility and/or service fees

 

Age: All Ages         Doors: 5:00pm       Genre: Metal

 

 

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Photos & Review: 48 Hours Festival Powered by Rockstar Energy Drink Comes to a End

Vegas24Seven had the honor, pleasure and privilege of attending and covering the 48 Hours Festival powered by Rockstar Energy Drinks and presented by Revolver. The event was on the fabulous Las Vegas Strip just south of the Luxor and Mandalay Bay. 2 days, 22 bands and thousands and thousands of concert go-ers later we emerged drained, enlightened and entertained. I went wanting to see my personal favorites Hatebreed and Five Finger Death Punch but left the festival with a new-found respect for several local bands and several well known bands that I hadn’t seen before. The festivities began Friday night at a kick-off party at the House of Blues and Saturday morning there was a Topless Pool Party at the Mandalay Bay Moorea beach Club. We arrived at the main event early Saturday and picked up our press and photo passes and went to work. I walked the grounds and found The Rockstar tent, the Best Buy autograph centers, the Gibson/Revolver tent, the Metal Mulisha motocross Jump Show, the wrestling ring, the Rat Pack Vegas Lounge, the Old Mexico saloon, the Debauchery VIP tent, The VIP bungalows complete with pools, the Ricky Bobby lounge, the sponsor village area, the Ernie Ball second stage and the enormously impressive Rockstar main stage. Then we checked out the backstage compound, Godfather VIP area, media tent and the Red Carpet area. Now lets get to it!

Day 1 kicked off with Orange Blossom Special playing the Ernie ball second stage stage at 2pm. This California band played a quick and energetic set and got the whole festival going. Later I had the chance to talk to them on the red carpet and they said they felt a little pressure kicking off the biggest rock and roll party ever to hit the Las Vegas strip. But they pulled it off and had fun doing it.

 

Next was the Butcher Babies. They were a late addition and most of the guys at the festival were glad of that. They are from LA and are the undisputed darlings of the Sunset Strip. I’m not gonna argue with ’em. Scantily clad and brutal front women Heidi and Carla really whipped they crowd into a frenzy. They were a heavier metal sound and that’s just what this metalhead likes.

 

 

Leading off on the Rockstar Energy Drink main stage at 3pm was Las Vegas own Otherwise. The crowd had been gathering there waiting and were it wasn’t long until the full festival feel was present at the overwhelming stage constructed just the day before.

Brothers Adrian and Ryan Patrick put together a great set and it’s no wonder they are billed as #1 unsigned act in America by Fox news.

The next couple of hours I was bouncing back and forth from the main stage to the second stage to the red carpet and it got a little hectic. But hey I like hectic. Next on second stage was up and coming California band Hell or Highwater. Playing songs from there debut album Begin Again it was a great sound and set. By now the crowds were getting bigger and bigger and louder and louder. Art of Dyings guitarist Tavis later told me this was one of the bands he wanted to check out at the festival.

 

Back to the main stage at 4PM for our very own Adelitas Way. This band is really making some noise on the music scene and it’s no wonder. They kick ass!. Frontman Rick DeJesus pounds it out while guitarists Rahji and Keith sizzle. Derek’s on the Bass and manager Trevor pounding out the drums. Fresh off the Carnival of Madness Tour they played songs from recent CD Home School Valedictorian and self titled debut CD Adelitas Way. We had conflicting schedules all day and I didn’t get the interview I wanted but I did talk to Rick some and we’re going to get together later here in Vegas. Maybe at a show or maybe at Kevin Churkos Rock and Roll Hideout studio opening. Look for that interview and story in the future on Vegas24Seven.com.

 

4:30pm and Black Tide is tearing it up and the Ernie Ball stage. An intricate and powerful set of songs from recent Cd Post Mortem and previous releases. I was kind of rushed away from this one, to the red carpet and then to the main stage. But I enjoyed what I did hear and the crowd did too.

 

Now we’re starting to get to the more well known bands with Las Vegas Escape the Fate hittin’ the big stage. This band made a very quick rise to the top and has played the Sunset Strip Music Festival with Mötley Crüe and Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival. And to think I saw them a couple of years ago at Extreme Thing here in Vegas. Of course this band has a HUGE local following and their crowd was ready and waiting to really get into it and lose themselves. It was a great performance and I know everyone enjoyed it.

 

 

Now I don’t have a clue why mega star metal band Hatebreed was stuck on the Ernie Ball stage but I was kind of glad they were. It’s not often you can get that close to performers the way I was. Lead singer Jamey Jasta was right beside me in the photo pit until I retired to the crowd with my pit buddy Justin. I knew most of the vocals and about screamed my brains out when played In Ashes They Shall Reap (Born to bleed, fighting to succeed Built to endure what this world throws at me) and when they finished with Destroy Everything. It was a rowdy set with probably the best moshpit of the festival. I also ranked it as the best performances of the festival. Maybe a little biased but definitely the best METAL performance of the 48 hours, This was the last artist on the second stage for the night and a fitting way to close it.

 

Back to the main stage for one of the crowd favorites Hollywood Undead. Even though their rap-rock style is not one of my favorites I do appreciate the way they get through to their crowd. I saw them last year at Extreme Thing and again they worked the crowd into a frenzy of hardcore dancing. They’ve also had a lot of recent success with their new CD American Tragedy.

 

I’ve seen Five Finger Death Punch numerous times and can’t get enough of them. They are one of my favorite bands and Ivan Moody is a character. He’s the first artist I admired for switching back and forth between clean and hard vocals. Zoltan is a great guitarist and they compliment each other well. The main stage show area was packed by now and it was electric when they hit the stage. They opened with Under and Over It from their new CD American Capitalist, They played Way of the Fist, Bad Company, No One Gets Left Behind, a Never Enough medley, White Knuckles, Bulletproof and finished with Burn It Down. I though Ivan was going to burn the place down because show administrators had to ask him to stop playing. He probably would have played all night if they would have let him, FFDP is not used to being on the undercard (and maybe shouldn’t have been). I just couldn’t seem to get close enough to the pit area during this show to get into it. The pit wasn’t quite what I am used to but it was fun and the rest of the crowd seemed to enjoy it as well.

 

 

Day 1 of the 48 Hours Festival ended with Avenged Sevenfold. They’ve got it goin’ on in 2010 they tore up the charts with CD Nightmare and really got the crowd going this night. Immediately it sounded like an arena show and probably got more response from the crowd that any other performer of the festival. They opened with Nightmare and Beast and the Harlot and by now you couldn’t move, everyone was a little lit up, hot and worked up. The concert staff did a great job of making sure everyone was OK. Almost Easy and Bat Country were really good and they finished with Unholy Confessions. This was a fitting way to end the largest rock and roll party ever to hit the strip. But was it really over…. Nope. Now on to the afterparty at the House of Blues Mandalay Bay All-Star Jam hosted by Jamey Jasta and then the limos began rolling to the O.G. Gentlemen’s Club. So even though the performances were over for the evening the party continued Vegas style right into the next day.

 

 

Day 2 continued for some people at the Mandalay Bay Beach hangover brunch with a bevy of Bloody Mary’s, some great food and Korns Jonathan Davis DJ’ing. I arrive early but not quite as early as Saturday and went straight at it. It seemed a little more organized on Sunday with more regular and scheduled arrivals on the red carpet. I was bouncing back and forth again from the red carpet to the second stage to the main stage.

California band Valora went off right on time at 2pm and started day 2 off great. Front-woman Syd Duran was a hit on the red carpet and a crowd favorite onstage as well. It was a short set but big on appeal. Look for Valora to rise quickly as their first single is due out any day now

 

 

Next on the Ernie Ball stage was Arizona band Eyes Set To Kill. Back to back lady lead singers had the male audience mesmerized and they put on a good show. By now the crowd at the event was getting bigger, the weather was heating up and so was the concert

 

Kickin’ off our day two main stage experience was Tennessee band 10 years. They are a well respected veteran band and put on a great show. With their recent more aggressive, harder, darker style they fit right in with the kind of music I like. The crowd liked them a lot as well.

 

Vegas band Taking Dawn was next and again we got the heavier music that I favor so much. A no nonsense in your face here’s our music approach is refreshing with all the “fake” bands out there. Not only did they kill this stage the next night they killed local hotspot Count Vamp’d with Adelitas Way as well.

 

Australian band Sick Puppies hit the main stage next and the place was really hoppin now. This one of the bands I have a newfound respect for. How could a band this good be “off my radar”? Well they’re not anymore and there were a LOT of fans there for this band. I found that ever since this band moved to LA they have been in the right place at the right time and are doing great.

 

I met Canadian band Art Of Dying on the red carpet, interviewed them a little bit and immediately hit it off with these guys. We joked around about them playing hockey against other bands (they’re undefeated), visiting Vegas and other bands they wanted to check out at the festival. I took a couple pictures that are a big hit on twit-pic with the chicks. They had just wrapped up the Uproar Festival also and were ready to tear up Vegas. Frontman Jonny ruled the stage, Greg and Tavis ripped the guitars and bass-man Cale and drummer Jeff completed this polished act that is just tearing up the music scene right now. They have a fairly new CD out now called Vices and Virtues and look for them to rise to the top.

 

Next on the mainstage was Seether and again this is another well known huge band that I had not paid enough attention to. Until you see this band you don’t really appreciate the fact that this is just 3 dudes making all this awesomeness. They have a CD just released this spring Holding onto Strings Better Left to Fray and played this and songs from their 3 previous releases. Great Band, new respect, many happy fans.

 

4 big acts coming up in a row now and again I don’t know why the monsters Sevendust were on the smaller stage. But just like Hatebreed I was glad to get up close to this Atlanta band. Got some great pictures of Lajon up close and this was in my top three bands of the festival as well. The second stage area was completely packed for them and the few lightweights that were in the crowd were sent packing when the place erupted into a frenzy. Great presence and show put on by these guys.

 

No more running back and forth from stage to stage now and only one more red carpet to get to so I was able to really enjoy Canadians Three Days Grace. Big time band with big time performance getting the crowd into that “arena sound” and everyone was right on with them. They opened with The Good Life, played Break, Pain, I Hate Everything About You, Home/Lose Yourself, Never Too Late, Riot and ended with and extended Animal I Have Become. This set up the big two getting ready to assault Las Vegas.

 

Boston’s Godsmack took the stage at 7:40pm and look out. After shooting the opening pictures I had to go the the red carpet for a while and Voodoo came on the sound from the crowd was awesome. I had the old Goose bumps pop up on my bod when this happened. It was a strong, energetic performance that left most people drained. Most mortals would have packed it in. But not the 48 Hours Festival fans.

 

KOOOOOORN. Finally what this whole weekend had been building up to Korn!   Hailing from Bakersfield California this band put a whooping on Las Vegas. Started out with Blind, followed up by Here to Stay, Freak on a Leash and Shoots and Ladders what a way to start a set. And the crowd went nuts. They did 6 other songs and then a 7 seven song medley and finally ended with Y’All Want a Single. When Korn said thank you and good-night we were all so alive but completely drained and just like the concert – finished.

 

So the first of hopefully many 48 Hours Festivals came to a close. It was at times perfect, mostly chaotic, often risqué and lewd but enormously entertaining. Can’t wait until next year.

 

 

48 HOURS FESTIVAL POWERED BY ROCKSTAR ENERGY DRINK Announces New Exclusive VIP Packages, Day-Of-Show All-In Ticket Prices, Artist Signing Schedule & Updated Set Times

48 HOURS FESTIVAL POWERED BY ROCKSTAR ENERGY DRINK
IS LESS THAN A DAY AWAY —
NEW EXCLUSIVE VIP PACKAGES ARE UNVEILED
AND DAY-OF-SHOW ALL-IN TICKET PRICES ANNOUNCED

ARTIST SIGNING SCHEDULE REVEALED

FESTIVAL SET TIMES UPDATED

Rock fans – the wait is almost over: 48 Hours Festival Powered by Rockstar Energy Drinkis nearly here.  Tomorrow, the ultimate destination rock music event kicks off in Las Vegas!

 

48 Hours Festival powered by Rockstar Energy Drink will include live sets by Avenged Sevenfold, Korn, Godsmack, Five Finger Death Punch, Three Days Grace, Seether, Hollywood Undead, Sick Puppies, Escape The Fate, Sevendust, Hatebreed, Adelitas Way, 10 Years, Black Tide, Art of Dying, Eyes, Set to Kill, Butcher Babies, Valora, Hell or Highwater, Orange Blossom Special and many more. 

 

Available online and onsite the day-of-show at the 48 Hours box office will be Single day, “Lightweight,” all-in general admission tickets for $79 each Saturday and Sunday.  Also available onsite on Saturday will be 2 Day general admission tickets. 

 

From its inception, 48 Hours’ core mission has been to deliver an unbelievable live experience, with thrills and amenities never seen before.  Now fans can enjoy all of the spectacle in true Vegas style with the ultra-luxurious Ricky Bobby Lounge.

 

Situated on an elevated platform and centrally located in the middle of the action, the Ricky Bobby Lounge will offer fans unparalleled views of both 48 Hours stages.  You and seven of your friends can take in the show from multiple plush couches.  You can luxuriate in a high-back cabana.  Both sections include full bottle and table service.    

 

Fans can upgrade to the High Roller VIP Lounge by visiting the event box office or guest services on show day.

 

As the bands’ semi-trucks pull in and the festival stages rise up on the Las Vegas Strip, more event details are getting finalized.  These include updated set times, as well as a current schedule of artist signings at the Best Buy Music Gear Pop-Up Store and Rockstar Energy Drink Compound.

 

The latest band performance and signing times are as follows:   

 

 

SATURDAY OCTOBER 15

            BAND

SET TIME

SIGNING TIME

Avenged Sevenfold

9:10 PM (Main Stage)

 

Five Finger Death Punch

7:40 PM (Main Stage)

3:15 PM (Best Buy Tent)

Hollywood Undead

6:20 PM (Main Stage)

7:40 PM (Best Buy Tent)

Escape The Fate

5:00 PM (Main Stage)

6:00 PM (Rockstar Tent)

Adelitas Way

4:00 PM (Main Stage)

5:00 PM (Best Buy Tent)

Otherwise

3:00 PM (Main Stage)

 

 

 

 

Hatebreed

5:40 PM (Second Stage)

 

Black Tide

4:30 PM (Second Stage)

5:15 PM (Best Buy Tent)

Hell Or Highwater

3:30 PM (Second Stage)

 

Butcher Babies

2:35 PM (Second Stage)

 

Orange Blossom Special

2:00 PM (Second Stage)

 

 

Plus – the Metal Mulisha FMX Jump Show at 2:30, 3:30 and 4:30 PM

 

 

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16

            BAND

SET TIME

SIGNING TIME

Korn

9:10 PM (Main Stage)

7:00 PM (Best Buy Tent)

Godsmack

7:40 PM (Main Stage)

 

Three Days Grace

6:20 PM (Main Stage)

4:00 PM (Best Buy Tent)

Seether

5:00 PM (Main Stage)

3:00 PM (Best Buy Tent)

Sick Puppies

4:00 PM (Main Stage)

5:00 PM (Best Buy Tent)

10 Years

3:00 PM (Main Stage)

 

 

 

 

Sevendust

5:40 PM (Second Stage)

6:40 PM (Rockstar Tent)

Art Of Dying

4:30 PM (Second Stage)

3:25 PM (Rockstar Tent)

Taking Dawn

3:30 PM (Second Stage)

 

Eyes Set To Kill

2:35 PM (Second Stage)

 

Valora

2:00 PM (Second Stage)

 

 

Plus – the Metal Mulisha FMX Jump Show at 2:30, 3:30 and 4:30 PM

 

Additional signing times are still pending.  Fans should check in at both the Best Buy Music Gear Pop-Up Store and Rockstar Energy Drink Compound when they get to the show for updated schedules and information.  All stage times and signing times are subject to change.

 

The 48 Hours Festival Powered by Rockstar Energy Drink takes place Saturday, October 15 and Sunday, October 16 at the Luxor Festival Grounds, on the world-famous Las Vegas Strip.

 

Located on the Luxor Festival Fairgrounds across the street from Luxor Hotel and Casino, 48 Hours Festival will feature two stages of pure rock with a royal flush of festivities at various Las Vegas locations spanning the entire weekend.  The festival also will feature multiple big air freestyle motocross jump shows daily by Rockstar/Metal Mulisha riders Derek Garland, Wes Agee, and other Metal Mulisha riders.  Metal Mulisha founder Brian Deegan will also be onsite for an appearance. 

 

For additional details, please visit: www.48HoursFestival.com.

GIBSON GUITAR AND EPIPHONE TO ROCK 48 HOURS FESTIVAL IN LAS VEGAS FEATURING GODSMACK, FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH, KORN AND AVENGED SEVENFOLD

 

GIBSON GUITAR AND EPIPHONE TO ROCK
48 HOURS FESTIVAL IN LAS VEGAS— FEATURING GODSMACK, FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH, KORN AND AVENGED SEVENFOLD

Festival To Take Place October 15th and 16th on Luxor Festival Grounds

WHO:  Gibson, Epiphone, Revolver Magazine and Best Buy Music Gear with performances by Godsmack, Avenged Sevenfold, Korn, Five Finger Death Punch, Three Days Grace, Sick Puppies, Hollywood Undead, Escape the Fate, Hatebreed, Adelita’s Way and more (full lineup at 48hoursfestival.com).

WHAT: Gibson and Epiphone will rock the first annual 48 Hours Festival in Las Vegas Nevada, October 15th and 16th.

In the consumer area, Epiphone and Best Buy Music Gear will be hosting autograph signings with artists, showcasing new models, and hosting a pick toss contest for a new Epiphone Casino guitar.

Backstage, Gibson will be hosting the official 48 Hours Festival artist lounge with Revolver Magazine. A haven for musicians, guests will be able to try new Gibson models and play the highly anticipated Rocksmith videogame from Ubisoft.

WHERE: Luxor Festival Grounds
3901 Las Vegas Blvd South
Las Vegas, NV 89119

WHEN: October 15 and 16, 2011
Doors at 1 pm, show ends at 10 pm

ABOUT GIBSON GUITAR CORP.
Gibson Guitar Corp. is known worldwide for producing classic models in every major style of fretted instrument, including acoustic and electric guitars, mandolins, and banjos. The Gibson Les Paul guitar is the bestselling guitar of all time and bears the moniker of a tribute to the late famed musician of the same name. Collectively, the Gibson Robot Guitar, Gibson Dark Fire, Gibson Dusk Tiger and the Gibson Firebird X represent the biggest advances in electric guitar design in more than 75 years. Through the Gibson Foundation, Gibson Guitar Corp. has become equally known for its philanthropic efforts on behalf of music, education, health and human services. Founded in 1894 in Kalamazoo, MI and headquartered in Nashville, TN since 1984, Gibson Guitar Corp.’s family of brands includes Epiphone, Dobro, Kramer, Steinberger, Tobias, Echoplex, Electar, Flatiron, Slingerland, Valley Arts, Maestro, Oberheim, Baldwin, Sunshine Piano, Take Anywhere Technology, J&C Fischer, Chickering, Hamilton, and Wurlitzer. Visit Gibson’s website at gibson.com. Follow Gibson Guitar at twitter.com/gibsonguitar and facebook.com/gibsonguitar.