Recycled Percussion to Play 24 Hour Show at Hard Rock Cafe on The Strip

Recycled Percussion
headliners Recycled Percussion are looking to break records and donate to charity this holiday season. The Hard Rock Cafe on the Strip will host this momentous concert. The 24 hour show starts Tuesday, November 22 at 10:00 p.m. and goes through Wednesday, November 23 at 10:00 p.m (Photo credit: Quinn Kingston)

Bring a $10 donation or a new, unopened toy to enter. The concert kick starts Lotus Broadcasting’s Holiday Toy Drive, with proceeds and toys benefitting Toys for Tots.

“We are so excited to start our 24 hour concert and look forward to a really fun time with all of our friends,” said Recycled Percussion member and founder Justin Spencer. “We really want to thank The Hard Rock Cafe for giving us the stage for a day and Lotus Broadcasting for teaming up with us for a great holiday toy drive for all of the kids in Southern Nevada. We can’t wait to get started.”

With the 24 hour show, Recycled Percussion will break the record for the longest show performed by a band in U.S. history. The junk rockers will be joined by fellow Strip entertainers, members of the media and other familiar faces. Throughout the 24 hour time span, these special guests will bang around with Recycled Percussion or perform their own special talents.

About Recycled Percussion
Now heading at Tropicana Las Vegas, Recycled Percussion was founded in 1994 at a New Hampshire high school talent show. The band has given life to their unique style of music known as “Junk Rock.” This small-town band has built their show into one of the more powerful live performances in entertainment. During every show, the band mixes their gritty assault on buckets, power tools or anything else they can get their sticks on with a sense of humor and gravity defying athleticism. To learn more about Recycled Percussion, visit