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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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

HOTELS FOR HOPE*:

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
*Age restrictions may apply.

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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10 Years, Young Guns, Lost Element, Systemec at Vinyl Showroom in the Hard Rock Hotel Casino – Wednesday March 6th

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Dancing With The Dead Tour
10 Years, Young Guns
Lost Element, Systemec

MINUS THE MACHINE IN STORES NOW! Get the deluxe from iTunes here: http://smarturl.it/10yearsMTM  or order from Best Buy here: http://smarturl.it/kqdtgk

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Jesse Hasek – Lead Vocals
Brian Vodinh – Drums/Guitar
Ryan “Tater” Johnson – Guitar/Screams
Lewis Cosby – Bass

After a year and a half on the road touring 2010’s Feeding The Wolves, 10 Years reached a turning point. It was time to move forward and take full control of their career by launching their own label, Palehorse Records. In addition, the band decided to self-produce their fourth album, Minus the Machine, at drummer/guitarist Brian Vodinh’s Kashmir Recording.

Splitting up with a major label after five years was “a very scary step to take,” Hasek admits. “It’s like breaking up with a longtime girlfriend. You’re used to the motions, but when it becomes stale and unhappy, you need to move on and get energy back into your life. There was no anger on either side. We just painlessly parted ways.”

Working together as a band for the first time since writing the Gold-selling album The Autumn Effect helped 10 Years go back to their roots, without label-enforced pressure to create a radio-friendly “hit,” and free to experiment with the hard rock sounds that lie at the core of their music. “Our true fans who buy the albums, not just the singles, understand that our singles, for the most part, misrepresent the entire album,” says Hasek. “As a band, we like to explore more and go a little left of center with song structures. We wanted to create an album that has no boundaries, and where we didn’t have to make every song ‘three minutes and 30 seconds’ for a label to approve it. There’s a fine line with that, of course, and we’re very aware of it. We all grew up on rock music, and as many albums as we’ve written, the way we’ve written them, it’s ingrained in us to work within a time frame that fits radio. There are definitely songs that work well for that, but as a whole, we wanted this album to represent a journey in a sense.”

This chapter of 10 Years began in 2001, when Hasek took over as vocalist. Three years later they released their independent album, Killing All That Holds You, featuring the groundbreaking single “Wasteland,” which led to their signing with Universal Records. “That song was created in 2001 or 2002,” says Hasek. “We weren’t seeking to write a smash single. We were just writing music.” The Autumn Effect (2005) led to widespread radio and video play, a fiercely loyal fan base, and tours with heavyweights like Linkin Park, Korn and the Deftones. When their sophomore effort, Division, was released in 2008, 10 Years had cemented their place as one of hard rock’s top contenders and most sought-after live bands. Still, says Hasek, despite the success, “it all came to a head” with the band’s 3rd major label release, Feeding The Wolves. “When you feel like you’re being told to go through motions and jump through hoops, it takes the heart out of it,” he says. “We know that we need a hit and we understand that it’s important. However, as musicians, we’re not a band that says, ‘We’re going to make a hit.’ It’s better to do what comes naturally and then figure out the after-effect.”

With that in mind, 10 Years created their most powerful songs to date for Minus The Machine, with Hasek again relying on personal experiences for his lyrics. [Insert something about the songs here; reference titles and content.] “Everyone asks about my inspiration for lyrics, and the best thing I can give them is a very generic answer: life,” he says. “Life is the experience — it’s everything you go through: the ups, the downs. I tend to gravitate more toward the therapy method. I’m not great at writing happy pop songs. So, I usually get the negative emotions out through music. As a person, I’m very happy and thankful for my life, but when it comes to lyrics, it’s therapy for me.”

One thing that won’t change is 10 Years’ connection with their fans. With the release of Minus The Machine, the band is looking forward to hitting the road, performing in close contact with their dedicated audience. “After the last touring cycle, we realized where we should strive to be, and that’s to be totally fine in the club environment,” says Hasek. “We don’t plan to chase after arena rock or amphitheaters. If things like that happen, then so be it, but we live and die by the loyalty of the club audiences. Our fans are loyal. They travel with us, and they want us to be loyal to ourselves. That’s what keeps them coming back. What we tried to do on this album is really give them what they want and what they need because they’ve been so good to us through the ups and downs of our career.”

“First and foremost, when it’s all said and done, we’re proud of this album in its entirety,” he says. “That speaks volumes to us because we’re our own worst critics. We pick everything apart. An album is your child, it’s your baby, and you know it better than anyone. To sit back and be 100 percent proud of what we’ve accomplished is so gratifying, and we think everything else will fall into place. We hope that everyone will enjoy what we’ve tried to do.”

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SYSTEMEC a new modern rock group from Las Vegas, NV. Turning on the Modern Rock, Metal, Industrialized blender!

http://www.systemec.us

Paul – Vocals/Guitars
True – Guitars
Chukd – Bass
Greg – Drums