Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas, the acclaimed venue located center-Strip on The LINQ Promenade, is launching a new and ongoing local musicians’ showcase. The Neon Valley Showcase will be an ongoing performance series, debuting on Saturday, Feb. 3, and will feature an array of local acts sourced through online submissions solicited through the venue’s social media platforms.
The showcase, designed to highlight Las Vegas’ best and brightest emerging artists, is being co-curated by Brooklyn Bowl and Las Vegas artist and Depressed Monsters creator Ryan Brunty. The event will feature performances by three local musical acts along with local visual artists, live painting, DJ sets, discounted bowling specials and more.
“By virtue of being on the Las Vegas Strip, our venue sees a lot of unique talent pass through town,” said Chris Bitonti, marketing director for Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas. “But just because we’re in the center of the ‘tourist corridor,’ doesn’t mean we can’t be a hub for cultural growth and artistic expression for locals in the Las Vegas community. The Neon Valley Showcase is something that we have been working on for some time, and we’re real proud to debut it in February.”
Artists interested in performing in an upcoming Neon Valley Showcase at Brooklyn Bowl should pay close attention to Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas’ social media platforms (@BBowlVegas) or visit the event page at www.brooklynbowl.com/las-vegas for more information; they can also contact Chris Bitonti at [email protected].
The Neon Valley Showcase at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas is free to attend and open to the public, ages 18 and up. For more information on the Neon Valley Showcase and real-time show announcements and the latest information direct to you, follow Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas on Facebook, and Twitter, and visit the event page here: http://ticketf.ly/2mSqd5Z.