Fremont Street Experience continues its “Summer of the ’70s” by welcoming Desperado, a premier Eagles tribute band. Performing free concerts now through Saturday, June 26 on the 3rd Street Stage, fans will return to the pinnacle of ’70s rock with Eagles classics like “Life in the Fast Lane,” “Tequila Sunrise” and “Hotel California.” Desperado will perform three sets nightly from 9 p.m.-midnight, each starting after the top-of-the-hour Viva Vision shows.
Desperado’s spot-on performances replicate the groundbreaking group’s strict arrangements and vocally demanding talent. Not shying away from the spotlight, the band has shared their mastery of the Eagles sound for the past eight years at national and international venues. In support of U.S. troops, they even played a free concert for 1195th company of soldiers returning from Camp Victory in Baghdad, Iraq.
The group’s lead singer, Aaron Broering, trades vocal, piano and guitar roles with Brad Zapper and Kenny Hale. Kevin O’Connell drums and John Morrison plays bass, completing the five-member band. At Fremont Street Experience, Desperado will authentically echo the captivating sounds of the music superstars, the Eagles.
The music and culture from the decade of the 1970s is being featured in downtown Las Vegas this summer as Fremont Street Experience presents the “Summer of the ’70s” festival and free concert series. The 102-day promotion kicked off Memorial Day Weekend and runs through Labor Day Weekend. “Summer of the ’70s” is sponsored by Corona Extra, Corona Light, Cruzan Rum, Modelo especial, Sauza Tequila Hornitos and Stoli Vodka. There are beer and liquor drink specials available at all outdoor bars on Fremont Street Experience every night throughout the summer.
For complete information on the lineup of headline concerts and nightly entertainment throughout the summer, visit www.vegasexperience.com to plan an experience that will take you back to the ’70s.