LAS VEGAS, Nov. 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The ultimate street party with nonstop entertainment has been set for Fremont Street Experience's New Year's Eve celebration with the 4th Annual TributePalooza. From 6 p.m. – 2 a.m. the spectacular New Year's Eve bash will showcase two featured bands, Steel Panther and Rock Sugar, plus 10 incredible tribute bands throughout the evening.
TributePalooza will also include a 2011 year-in-review retrospective on the Viva Vision screen, a midnight countdown led by Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman and an epic Fireworks by Grucci produced show synchronized with virtual fireworks on Viva Vision that is part of the citywide celebration, "America's Party: Las Vegas New Year 2012." Additionally, the celebration will happen all weekend with free concerts by tribute bands on both Friday, Dec. 30 and Sunday, Jan. 1.
On New Year's Eve, admission to TributePalooza is just $30 per person and marks the only time when Fremont Street Experience has paid, ticketed admission. New Year's Eve admission is restricted to persons 21 and over. To purchase tickets in advance go to www.vegasexperience.com/newyearseve or call 702-386-8100.
"This is definitely the place to ring in the New Year...the ultimate street party where crowds are expected to reach up to 30,000. Here you will party with two great bands and some of the world's best tribute bands," said Jeff Victor, president of Fremont Street Experience. "We will also be celebrating the entire weekend with free performances on Friday and Sunday."
TributePalooza features acts paying homage to some of the most popular groups of all time with electrifying performances by Steel Panther and Rock Sugar and tributes to AC/DC by Bonfire, Led Zeppelin by Led Zepagain, Rolling Stones by Rolling the Stone, U2 by L.A. Vation, Bon Jovi by Wanted, Depeche Mode by Blasphemous Rumours, INXS by INXS-IVE, No Doubt by No Duh, Red Hot Chili Peppers by Red Not Chili Peppers, and Van Halen by Fan Halen. For more information go to vegasexperience.com.
Fremont Street Experience is a five-block entertainment complex in historic downtown Las Vegas and features Viva Vision, the world's largest video screen. With direct access to 10 casinos, more than 60 restaurants and specialty retail kiosks, Fremont Street Experience attracts over 17 million annual visitors.
SOURCE Fremont Street Experience