After two decades of operation, The Hard Rock Cafe restaurant located outside The Hard Rock Hotel is closing its doors forever on January 1, 2017 (Pictured: Brent Muscat).
A final show, Brent Muscat & Friends, will take place December 31st, from 7 p.m.-2 a.m.
Muscat is the co-founder of the seminal LA glam rock band Faster Pussycat, which scored three gold albums and a number one MTV hit with “House of Pain.”
Since 2005, Muscat has resided in Vegas, founding the Sin City Sinners (from which he departed in 2015, but still owns the name); and his current band The Saints of Las Vegas. He is also a former member of LA Guns.
Muscat is bringing an all star roster of Las Vegas’ most popular rock musicians to ring in 2017 and help close an important chapter in the city’s tourism history.
“I am honored that the managers of the Hard Rock Cafe asked me to be the final act at this historic venue,” Muscat said. “My history with them goes back nearly ten years. The venue has hosted my birthday concerts twice, ‘Brentapalooza,’ and I performed at the anniversary show last year. I want to make sure once again that this last event will be one to remember.”
Musicians scheduled to make an appearance include, The Black Tapes, Until the Eclipse, Sin City Sammy (the premiere Sammy Hagar tribute artist), David Reed Watson, Nadir D’Priest of London, Kimberly Barnhill, Lez Warner, Leona X, Danny Robert, Eric Stacy and others to be announced.
The event is free to the public but there are VIP tables available for sale by calling 702-733-8400.