Commonwealth, located in the revitalized Fremont East District of Downtown Las Vegas, has introduced Chandelier Sessions, a weekly live music jam held every Wednesday, from 8 p.m. to close, hosted by multi-platinum musician, Ben Carey (Pictured: Carrie Megan Gross and Ben Carey).
“Chandelier Sessions gives up-and-coming musicians the opportunity to perform with seasoned performers,” says Carey. “It presents a unique opportunity for all of the musicians, as well as an experience for fans to take in live music by top acoustic artists in a small, laid-back bar.”
A hidden gem for acoustic music fans, the event has already featured an array of well-known artists, including Ryan MacMillan of Matchbox Twenty, Austin Jenckes and Michael Austin of NBC’s “The Voice,” Cody Beebe and the Crooks, Daniel Park and Elvis Monroe, as well as by Carey, himself, along with his Lifehouse bandmate, Bryce Soderberg.
Admission to Chandelier Sessions is complimentary, and guests may also enjoy delicious beer specials along with award-winning specialty cocktails. More information about weekly performers is available on Instagram @ChandelierSessionsLV.
Located at 525 E. Fremont St., Commonwealth is open Wednesday through Friday from 6 p.m. to close and 8 p.m. to close on Saturday and Sunday. More information is available by calling 702.798.7000, at www.CommonwealthLV.com, on Facebook and on Twitter.