Residency at The House of Blues Las Vegas kicks off January 2020
David Lee Roth has announced a residency at The House of Blues Las Vegas for 2020. Diamond Dave is bringing the rock to the House of Blues Las Vegas with a residency beginning on January 8th, 10th, and 11th at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. David Lee Roth: Rocks Vegas will delight fans with an explosive, two-guitar sound, for the first time ever, bringing his long list of mega familiar hits to life that you’ve only heard on the radio till now. Other dates for David Lee Roth: Rocks Vegas 2020 are March 18th, 20th, 21st, 25th, 27th and 28th.
With a changing set of 26 instantly recognizable songs, including “Jump,” “Panama,” and “California Girls,” it is the sound of a generational prison break.
“A weekend with me,” laughs Roth, “is interactive way beyond just music. It starts with the best food on earth. The fellas smoke their three cigarettes for the year and we all stay up way past our bedtime!”
“House of Blues Las Vegas is known as an intimate venue where fans can see huge, legendary acts and that tradition continues with David joining our family,” states Chief Operating Officer of Live Nation Clubs and Theaters Division Ben Weeden.
Tickets go on sale Saturday, September 14th at 10 am PT at Ticketmaster.com with pre-sales beginning Tuesday, September 10th. Tickets start at $63.50, plus applicable fees. Citi Card Member, SiriusXM, Fan Club and M Life pre-sales begin Tuesday, September 10th at 10 am and The House of Blues, Blabbermouth and Live Nation pre-sales begin Wednesday, September 11th at 10 am.
After years of touring, Roth’s latest endeavors include a podcast titled The Roth Show that discusses his life as a musician, as well as skincare line INK the Original that aims to protect and brighten tattoos. The international superstar remains a household name and icon in the music industry.
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