Vans Warped Tour – In Las Vegas Tuesday August 9th – Hard Rock Hotel Casino

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 Las Vegas | Vans Warped Tour

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Tuesday, 
Aug 9, 2016

Las Vegas, NV

The Backyard Outdoor Events Center at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

4455 Paradise Rd.
Las Vegas, NV 89169

DOORS: 2:00 PM

STAGE GUIDE

Ticket Locations:

Day of show tickets available at the box office.
Tickets are available in person with no service fees at select Journeys locations and ZIA record locations in Las Vegas. Also, Tickets can also be purchased in person at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Box office. All while supplies last and check for availability.

Travel Information:

From McCarran International Airport, head North on Swenson Street. Then turn left on East Harmon Avenue, Turn right on Paradise Road and the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino will be on the left

From The Strip, The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino is located 1 mile east of the Strip at the corner of Harmon Avenue and Paradise Road.

Vans Warped Tour Presented by Journeys tickets in Las Vegas at The Backyard Outdoor Events Center at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on Tue, Aug 9, 2016 – 2:00PM

Falling In Reverse, Four Year Strong, Less Than Jake, New Found Glory, Reel Big Fish, Set It Off, We The Kings, Yellowcard, Waka Flocka Flame, Issues, Mayday Parade, Real Friends, Sleeping With Sirens, State Champs, The Maine, The Story So Far, Tonight Alive, The Summer Set, Crown The Empire, Every Time I Die, Ice Nine Kills, Motionless In White, The Color Morale, The Word Alive, Whitechapel, Chelsea Grin, coldrain, Cruel Hand, From Ashes To New, Gideon, In Hearts Wake, Oceans Ate Alaska, Vanna, Veil Of Maya, Emarosa, I See Stars, Knuckle Puck, Masked Intruder, ROAM, SECRETS, The Heirs, The Interrupters, Young Guns, Prof, Against The Current, Assuming We Survive, Ballyhoo!, Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!, Ghost Town, SYKES, Teenage Bottlerocket, Too Close To Touch, Waterparks, Broadside, Cane Hill, Capsize, Dash Ten, Like Pacific, More To Monroe, Mother Feather, Old Wounds, Palaye Royale, Reckless Serenade, Safe To Say, SayWeCanFly, The New Low, Wage War, With Confidence

Download and use the Lyft app to get welcoming, affordable rides to and from Warped. New users can enter the code WARPEDTOUR16 to get $20 off their first ride.

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Jul. 24 Vans Warped Tour in Shakopee
Jul. 26 Vans Warped Tour in Milwaukee
Jul. 27 Vans Warped Tour in Bonner Springs
Jul. 28 Vans Warped Tour in Bonner Springs
Jul. 30 Vans Warped Tour in Salt Lake City
Jul. 31 Vans Warped Tour in Denver
Aug. 1 Vans Warped Tour in Albuquerque
Aug. 2 Vans Warped Tour in Scottsdale
Aug. 5 Vans Warped Tour in San Diego
Aug. 6 Vans Warped Tour in Mountain View
Aug. 7 Vans Warped Tour in Pomona
Aug. 9 Vans Warped Tour in Las Vegas
Aug. 11 Vans Warped Tour in Nampa
Aug. 12 Vans Warped Tour in Auburn
Aug. 13 Vans Warped Tour in Portland

Use the Official Vans Warped Tour iPhone and Android app to create your own unique event experience at your show. The app includes all of the Vans Warped Tour bands and shows and lets you know which bands are playing at each show. It also includes tips on how to have the most fun and stay safe at the show with Warped 101. New for 2016, get exclusive updates, content, prizes and more from Warped sponsors and partners! Make sure you enable your bluetooth and opt-in into proximity notifications before you get to the show

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Book your hotel room for Vans Warped Tour and give back, through Hotels For Hope. Every room night booked generates a $2 donation to charitable organizations that seek to help children live happier and healthier lives. Book Here
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Rally Bus:

Rally Bus is an independent bus service that provides transportation to and from Warped shows. For complete info, pricing and more, check out the Warped Tour Bus page

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Waka Flocka Flame Live at Brooklyn Bowl at THE LINQ

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WAKA FLOCKA FLAME
Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas at The LINQ
3545 Las Vegas Blvd. South
SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2015 – 9:00 PM

TICKETS ON SALE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2015 at 10:00 AM PST!!!

Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas, recently named “Best Live Music Venue” by Las Vegas Weekly and “Best New Venue” by Vegas Seven, is thrilled to announce Waka Flocka Flame live at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas.

Show: WAKA FLOCKA FLAME
Support: TBD
Show Date: SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2015
Times: Doors 8:30 PM || Show 9:00 PM
Ages: 18+ with ID welcome
Ticket Prices: General admission tickets $20 ADV // $25 DOS plus applicable service charges
Ticket Info: Tickets are available online at www.ticketfly.com, vegas.brooklynbowl.com, or to charge tickets by phone, call 702.862.2695. Tickets available also at the Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas box office open daily at noon.

ABOUT WAKA FLOCKA FLAME:
Waka Flocka Flame didn’t want to be a rapper when he grew up. He didn’t want to write hit songs, perform in front of thousands of people at packed clubs or hear his songs played on radio stations across the country. But more than a year after bursting onto the scene with his debut single, “O Let’s Do It,” the Atlanta rapper has managed to make more of an impact on the music industry than most rappers who have spent their entire lives trying to do it. And thanks to an influential cosign from fellow ATLien Gucci Mane, and a string of chart-topping singles, including the remix to “O Let’s Do It,” featuring Rick Ross and Diddy, and his latest hit, “Hard In Da Paint,” it doesn’t look like Waka Flocka is ready to quit rapping anytime soon.

“I never dreamed I would be doing what I’m doing today,” says Waka, who earned his unique nickname from a cousin when he was younger while they were watching an episode of Jim Henson’s classic puppet show, The Muppet Show (he later added the “Flocka Flame” to the end of it at the suggestion of Gucci Mane). “I never imagined I’d become a rapper, let alone a successful rapper.”

Born Juaquin Malphurs in Queens, N.Y., Waka Flocka certainly had all the connections to forge into music at a young age. He grew up around the corner from Murda Inc. recording artist Ja Rule, lived near LL Cool J’s grandmother and even had a cousin who used to hang around the popular group Lost Boyz in the mid-1990s. But when his mother Debra Mizay — now the CEO of artist management group Mizay Entertainment — relocated the family to Riverdale, Georgia when Waka was 11, he shied away from music and instead focused on his love for basketball. And after his youngest brother died in automobile accident when Waka was just 14, he moved even further away from it, instead opting to spend his time running the streets of Atlanta with his friends.

“That whole period of my life really messed with my head,” says Waka. “I ain’t even gonna lie — it killed me as a man. But it also made me stronger as a man in the future.”

At 18, Waka looked on as his mother began managing the career of Gucci Mane, who had established himself as a force to be reckoned with in Atlanta at the time by performing relentlessly throughout the South. Within two years, Waka began messing around with music himself alongside local producer Tay Beatz, who helped him shape his rambunctious personality on the microphone. “I was going through so much at the time,” says Waka. “I had so much stress and so many issues. I couldn’t release my emotions physically, so releasing them verbally was the only option I had.”

The result was Waka’s 2008 mixtape, “Salute Me or Shoot Me, Vol. 1,” featuring the trap anthem, “O Let’s Do It,” a song that caught on instantaneously in the A and quickly spread to other parts of the country. It allowed Waka to take his show on the road and also earned him a coveted slot in Gucci Mane’s 1017 Brick Squad clique. “Gucci and them were kind of shocked,” says Waka, “because nobody really knew I was rapping and then, all of a sudden, I had the biggest song in the South.”

But all the sudden success also took its toll on Waka. In January 2010, he was shot several times at a car wash in Atlanta during an alleged robbery attempt. The following month, legendary East Coast artist Method Man was doing an interview on satellite radio and spoke out against Waka, criticizing the lack of lyricism involved in crafting his style of music. He also endured a short rift in his relationship with Gucci Mane recently after the rapper parted ways with his mother’s management company in May. The incidents earned Waka a reputation as one of the most controversial artists in the industry — a reputation that he doesn’t feel he deserves.

“People have definitely gotten the wrong impression of me so far,” says Waka. “I don’t know why they think I’m so controversial. I guess people just don’t know the real me yet. It’s up to me to change their minds.”

He’s spent the better part of 2010 doing exactly that. Earlier this summer, he released “Hard In Da Paint,” a catchy Lex Luger-produced track that inspired a slew of freestyles by other artists. He also put the finishing touches on his debut album, “Flockaveli” — the first released through So Icey/Asylum/Warner Bros. Records. Featuring the rowdy intro, “Bustin’ At ‘Em,” the strip club anthem, “No Hands,” featuring Roscoe Dash and Wale, and the brutally-honest closing track, “Fuck This Industry,” it promises to be one of the most energetic debut albums of the year.

By naming it “Flockaveli,” Waka — who calls 2Pac his favorite rapper of all-time — is also doing more than just being controversial for the sake of being controversial. “2Pac introduced me to a guy named Machiavelli,” says Waka. “His back was always to the wall and people threw sticks and stones at him and he had to keeping blocking them. When I recorded this album, that’s how I felt.”

And if anyone doesn’t like it? “I don’t care,” says Waka. “I’m just going to keep on making my music.”

For a guy who claims he never wanted to be a rapper, he’s certainly come around to the idea.

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ABOUT BROOKLYN BOWL:
Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas is the brand’s third location. With three levels spanning over 80,000 square feet, Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas is one of the largest performance venues in America and is described by People Magazine as being “on the fast path to being Vegas’ über cool place.” Located at The LINQ, the open-air district in the center of the Las Vegas Strip, the multi-dimensional space boasts 32 lanes of bowling, five on-site bars and rockin’ comfort food by the world-renowned Bromberg Brothers’ Blue Ribbon Restaurants, including their iconic Fried Chicken celebrated on Food Network’s “The Best Thing I Ever Ate.” On any given night, more than 2,000 concertgoers can enjoy live music programming from the general admission area, the luxurious bowlers’ lounges adjacent to the lanes, or the private lounge boxes overlooking it all. Since opening in March 2014, Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas has seen notable performances by Elvis Costello & The Roots, Jane’s Addiction, Phil Lesh & Friends, Primus, O.A.R. and 21 Pilots.

The original location opened in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn in 2009 in the former Hecla Iron Works building (built in 1882) and was the first L.E.E.D. certified bowling alley in the world. Brooklyn Bowl New York has hosted countless notable performances, including shows by Kanye West, Adele, Paul Simon, Moby and Guns N’Roses and has been named Zagat’s “Best Music Venue – New York City” for three consecutive years (as well as “Best Bowling Alley” and “Best Brooklyn Venue”) and one of the best clubs in America by Rolling Stone. Eater described their menu as “epic,” while The New Yorker hailed the club’s unprecedented combination of top-flight music, beer, bowling, and food as “like nailing a spare on a four-ten split.” The second Brooklyn Bowl location opened in January 2014 at The O2 in London, and was hailed by The London Evening Standard as a “…wonderland of food, drink, music and pins”.

For additional information about Brooklyn Bowl, including the most up-to-date show lineup, visit www.brooklynbowl.com. If you would like to be added to our email list for first information about upcoming shows email LasVegasNewsletter@BrooklynBowl.com.

Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas is located at The LINQ, next to the High Roller Observation Wheel on the world-famous Las Vegas Strip.

Galactic, Phil Lesh and Friends, O.A.R., Disclosure and Chance the Rapper Highlight Brooklyn Bowl’s Las Vegas April Lineup

Galactic, Phil Lesh and Friends, O.A.R., Disclosure and Chance the Rapper Highlight Brooklyn Bowl’s Las Vegas April Lineup

Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas is continuing its “reputation for greatness” (Las Vegas Weekly) with its April music lineup, which will feature some of the most highly-anticipated performances in Las Vegas. The venue will host standout performances from Robert Randolph and The Family Band, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, Phil Lesh and Friends, O.A.R, Galactic and Disclosure.

Galactic – Thurs, April 3 – Sat, April 5 and Wed, April 9 – Sat, April 12

Galactic formed in New Orleans 18 years ago and cut their teeth playing the greatest party in America: Mardi Gras. A collaborative band with a unique format, Galactic is a stable quintet that plays together with high musicianship. (shows: 11:59 p.m. / admission $10)

Robert Randolph and The Family Band – Fri, April 4 – Sun, April 6

Robert Randolph & The Family Band first gained national attention with the release of the album Live at the Wetlands in 2002. The band followed with three studio recordings over the next eight years— Unclassified, Colorblind, and We Walk This Road—which, together with tireless touring and unforgettable performances at such festivals as Bonnaroo, Austin City Limits, and the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, won them an expanding and passionate fan base. Randolph’s unprecedented prowess on his instrument garnered him a spot on Rolling Stone’s “100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time” list, and also attracted the attention of such giants as Eric Clapton and Carlos Santana, who have collaborated with him on stage and in the studio. (FriApr 4: show: 9:00 p.m., admission: $10 // Sat, Apr. 5 shows: 1:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m., admission $10 // Sun, Apr. 6 show: 1:00 p.m. / admission $10)

Bonobo – Thurs, April 10

Known by his stage name, Bonobo, Simon Green is a British musician, producer and DJ. Simon Green’s Bonobo project established the welcome niche of a pretension-free, post-party intellectual chillout. An almost silent figure among Ibizian romanticists, Green began in Brighton, debuting in 1999 with a track on Tru Thoughts Recordings’ When Shapes Join Together compilation. (show: 8:00 p.m. / admission $20-$25)

Disclosure – Fri, April 11

Disclosure are an English electronic music duo, consisting of brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence. Their album Settle was released on June 3, 2013 through PMR and was nominated for Best Dance/Electonica Album at the 2014 Grammy Awards. (show: 9:00 p.m. / admission $50)

The Naked and Famous / The 1975 – Mon, April 14

New Zealand band The Naked and Famous have built an ever-growing audience around the globe for their pulverizing live shows, a blend of the pure pop exhilaration of the hit singles “Young Blood” and “Punching In A Dream” with the thrilling dark electronic arts that drive the group’s sound. Critics have been bemused and thrilled by The 1975, the Manchester four-piece and their amorphous drifts between brooding art rock, crisp electronica, dance floor R&B, and 80s gloss pop. (show: 7:30 p.m. / admission $25-$40)

Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue – Tues, April 15 – Thurs, April 17

Troy ‘Trombone Shorty’ Andrews has God-given talent, natural charisma and a relentless drive to bridge music’s past and future. His third outing for Verve Records, Say That To Say This, co-produced by Andrews and Raphael Saadiq, sounds like nothing else out there with influences of jazz, funk and rap. The newest album showcases the natural music evolution for Andrews and his longtime band, Orleans Avenue – guitarist Pete Murano, bassist Mike Ballard and drummer Joey Peebles. (shows: 11:59 p.m. / admission: $25)

The Green – Tues, April 15

The Green formed on O‘ahu, Hawai‘i, in 2009.  The group began as a vehicle for six different members of Hawai‘i’s tight-knit music scene to record a few songs and have a bit of fun along the way.  Their self-titled debut album, released in 2010, earned both critical and commercial acclaim, and was awarded iTunes Best Reggae Album of the Year. Since then, the band has released two more albums, Ways & Means and Hawai‘i ’13, solidifying their status as a force in reggae music. (show: 8:00 p.m. / admission $15-$20)

Chance the Rapper & Waka Flocka Flame – Thurs, April 17

Coming on the scene with vibrant rhymes and jazzy, retro beats, Chicago’s Chance the Rapper broke through with the 2013 mixtape Acid Rap. With the release of Flockaveli in 2010, Waka Flocka’s debut album landed him at No. 6 on the Billboard charts and his mega successful hits “Hard In Da Paint,” “Grove St. Party” and “No Hands” featuring Wale and Roscoe Dash made him synonymous with party music. (show: 8:00 p.m. / admission: $35)

Phil Lesh and Friends – Fri, April 18 – Sun, April 20

Phil Lesh is entering his 15th year of playing with a rotating mix of Friends, both old and new. With a varied mixture of some of the best performing musicians in the live music universe, Phil has kept his musical journey fresh by constantly and consistently putting together bands featuring dynamic, exciting musicians and singers working together toward keeping the music of the Grateful Dead moving forward into the future. (shows: 8:00 p.m. / admission: $79.50)

The Infamous Stringdusters – Sun, April 20

The Grammy-nominated group, The Infamous Stringdusters, gained notice in ’07 with album, Fork in the Road. Their bluegrass tunes have won them many awards, such as Emerging Artist of the Year by the International Bluegrass Music Association. (show: 11:00 p.m. / admission: $15)

Bombino – Mon, April 21 and Tues, April 22

Omara “Bombino” Moctar is an internationally acclaimed Tuareg guitarist and singer-songwriter from Agadez, Niger. Bombino’s album Nomad has been named among NPR Music’s 50 Favorite Albums of 2013, Rolling Stone’s list of the 50 Best Albums of 2013 and to Uncut’s list of the Best World Music Albums.  (show: 9:00 p.m. / no cover)

MiM0SA & Star Slinger – Wed, April 23

The music from the artist, producer and DJ called MiM0SA has been explained by others as a genre of its own and self-described as Future Trill. His combination of hip-hop beats with futuristic electronic music is a unique blend that has been selling out venues in North America. Star Slinger is an Electronic project created by Nottinghamshire born Darren Williams, and first gained recognition after self-releasing a beat tape in the summer of 2010 entitled Volume 1.  (show: 9:00 p.m. / admission: $15-$20)

O.A.R. – Thurs, April. 24 – Sat, April 26

O.A.R. first began to develop their unique sound in drummer Chris Culos’ basement while in high school in Rockville, Maryland. To date the group has sold close to 2 million albums and over 2 million concert tickets, including three sold-out shows at New York City’s Madison Square Garden.  In 2011 the band released their most recent studio album, King, which debuted at #12 on the Billboard 200 chart, #3 on the Billboard Digital Album Chart, and was #3 at iTunes on the day of the release. (show: 7:30 p.m. / admission $25-$30)

Gogol Bordello – Fri, April 25 and Sat, April 26

Gogol Bordello is a Gypsy punk band from the Lower East Side of Manhattan, formed in 1999 and known for theatrical stage shows. Much of the band’s sound is inspired by Gypsy music. The band incorporates accordion and violin mixed with punk and dub. (show: 11:59 p.m. /  admission: $30).

About Brooklyn Bowl

Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas is the brand’s third location. The original location opened in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn in 2009 in the former Hecla Iron Works building (built in 1882) and was the first L.E.E.D. certified bowling alley in the world. The second Brooklyn Bowl location opened in January 2014 at the O2 in London, and was hailed by the London Evening standard as a “…wonderland of food, drink, music and pins”.

Brooklyn Bowl New York has hosted a diverse range of acts including Kanye West, Elvis Costello, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The Gossip, HAIM, Snoop Dogg, Guns N’Roses, James Murphy, Adele, Paul Simon, Big Boi, Moby, N.E.R.D, Talib Kweli, and Solange. Named Zagat’s “Best Music Venue – New York City” for three consecutive years (as well as “Best Bowling Alley” and “Best Brooklyn Venue”) and one of the best clubs in America by Rolling Stone.  Eater described their menu as “epic,” while the New Yorker hailed the club’s unprecedented combination of top-flight music, beer, bowling, and food as “like nailing a spare on a four-ten split.”

For additional information about Brooklyn Bowl, visit www.brooklynbowl.com. If you would like to be added to our email list for first information about upcoming shows email LasVegasNewsletter@BrooklynBowl.com.