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Las Vegas Wranglers to Attend ‘Raiding the Rock Vault’ Tonight, March 28 at LVH

Wranglers forward Andrew Sarauer
This has been a busy week for the Las Vegas Wranglers. On Tuesday they defeated the Ontario Reign, 2-1 (Pictured: Wranglers forward Andrew Sarauer – Photo credit: IIA Photography)

And tonight (Thursday, March 28) the entire Wranglers team will attend Las Vegas’ hottest show, Raiding the Rock Vault at LVH – The Las Vegas Hotel & Casino. The team will watch as some of the greatest rock ‘n’ roll legends take audiences on a wild ride through music history from 1948 to 1989.

Raiding the Rock Vault at Las Vegas Hotel
Raiding the Rock Vault at Las Vegas Hotel

Photo credit: Robert G. Seketa,

Then on Friday, the Wranglers will play their final regular season game against the Bakersfield Condors. Friday’s game will also be “Fan Appreciation Night,” where fans can win prizes and get post-game autographs from the entire team.

Ticket prices for Raiding the Rock Vault range from $49 to $100 (plus fees) for a special Rock Star Package (which includes tickets in first five rows, t-shirt, signed concert program, signed album, meet and greet and VIP pass). Tickets can be purchased by visiting the LVH box office or by logging onto,, or Tickets can also be purchased by calling 702-732-5755 or 1-800-222-5361.

Celebrating 10 seasons of Wranglers hockey this year, group events are available at all home games, including pre-game ice skating parties, private luxury suites, and rink-side catered party boxes. Groups of ten or more can sit together starting at $13 per ticket, and feature perks such as in-game group recognition and “buy one, get one free” Chuck-A-Puck vouchers. Take advantage of the best deals by calling the Wranglers front office at (702) 471-PUCK. The Wranglers play all 36 regular season home games at Orleans Arena, located next to the Orleans Hotel and Casino at 4500 W. Tropicana Ave.