Still trying to decide where to ROCK in the New Year? Here’s our picks to heat up the night in SIN CITY! With a crowd of over 330,000 party goers expected to be on the The Las Vegas Strip our list doesn’t include the traditional nightclub parties and Las Vegas Strip headliners. Our list has a bit of a metal edge to it and for the most part is away from the general traditional “Vegas” mayhem. Unless of course your into mayhem then of course you can always hit up the usual trendy New Year’s party spots such as The Fremont Street Experience or the Las Vegas Strip. The Downtown street party starts at 6pm and usually lasts until around 3am. Live music downtown this year includes Papa Roach, Blues Traveler, Loverboy, Arena. Vince Neil, The Blackjacks, Clockwork, Adelitas Way, Kid Hollywood and Monroy. If your plans include heading to The Strip remember that The Strip will be closed off to vehicular traffic at approximatley 6:00 PM.
New Year’s Eve Celebration! Countdown with The Count!
Party Favors! Champagne toast! Cool live Rock!
9:30pm START TIME for Outta The Black *(w/ Jeff Duncan)
11:30pm START TIME for Count’s77
Free Show NO “Cover Charge” or “Bottle Fees” or “VIP Table Charge” ROCK HARD with Outta the Black and Count’s77 to ring in the nastiest, hardest, biggest New Year anywhere! 21+
Outta The Black
Doors will be at 9:30 PM and show time will be 10:30 PM.
The band will do a NYE countdown from the stage!
MUST BE 21 & OLDER TO ATTEND
Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp All Stars, as well as members of L.A. Guns, Angel, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, Lynch Mob, Ace Frehley’s Band, and special Rock Star Guests with opening act 333 General Admission: $25 per person, plus tax and gratuity and includes party favors. Doors open at 9pm
Located inside Circus Circus Hotel & Casino Visit their website for additional packages
The Lounge at the Palms Rock in 2014 with The Sin City Sinners 10pm Free Admission
Las Vegas Country Saloon Moonshine Bandits, Doors: 7:00 PM. 21 and over, $30 – $75
For a comprehensive list of nightclub parties and performances on the Las Vegas Strip we recommend that you visit LasVegas.com which is managed by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.