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“An Evening with Erik Kabik” Concert Photo Show at Mandarin Oriental

Alicia Jacobs and Erik Kabik
Las Vegas photographer Erik Kabik was honored this week when the Mandarin Oriental Hotel featured his work in a special Concert Photo Show (Pictured above: Alicia Jacobs and Erik Kabik – Photo credit: Scott Harrison/ RETNA/ harrisonphoto.com).   The exhibition, which took place in the Mandarin Bar, was the inaugural event for their monthly artist showcase series.

Louis Prima Jr. and Erik Kabik
Louis Prima Jr. and Erik Kabik

Photo credit: Scott Harrison/ RETNA/ harrisonphoto.com.

For over 20 years Erik has photographed the leading bands and musicians including The Grateful Dead, Phish, The Rolling Stones, Beyonce, Jay Z, Kings of Leon, Dave Matthews, Madonna, Blink 182 and many more. 

Marc Kabik, Erik Kabik and Robin Leach
Marc Kabik, Erik Kabik and Robin Leach

Photo credit: Scott Harrison/ RETNA/ harrisonphoto.com.

Inspired by the late iconic rock photographer, Jim Marshall, Kabik turned his love of music and photography into his profession. Kabik received his break in the industry after longtime Grateful Dead publicist, Dennis McNally, granted him access to photograph a Dead show from the “pit” at Oakland Coliseum in 1990.

Erik Kabik and Dayna Roselli Anchor of 8 News Now
Erik Kabik and Dayna Roselli Anchor of 8 News Now

Photo credit: Scott Harrison/ RETNA/ harrisonphoto.com.

The artist showcase series will provide guests with an intimate experience and personalized access to the talented individuals that live and work in Las Vegas. The showcase will take place on the third Monday of every month and is an enhancement to the existing Mandarin Mondays industry events.

Congratulations to Erik who is both a friend and a valued contributor to VegasNews.com!

Bill Cody, Erik Kabik and Chris Rauschnot of MyVegasScene.com
Bill Cody, Erik Kabik and Chris Rauschnot of MyVegasScene.com

Photo credit: Scott Harrison/ RETNA/ harrisonphoto.com.