Theory of a Deadman Rocks the D Las Vegas

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Lead Singer Tyler Connolly at the D Las Vegas
Sunday night, Canadian rock band Theory of a Deadman rocked downtown Vegas with a massive concert for thousands of fans in honor of Victoria Day outside the D Las Vegas located on the Fremont Street Experience (FSE). 

Theory of a Deadman rocks the D Las Vegas
Theory of a Deadman rocks the D Las Vegas

Currently touring throughout the U.S. to showcase their fourth studio album “The Truth Is”, the platinum-selling quartet took a break to deliver an electrifying show free and open to the public to kick off FSE’s Rock of Vegas Summer Concert Series.

Theory of a Deadman rocks the D Las Vegas
Theory of a Deadman rocks the D Las Vegas

Before the rockers took the stage, Derek Stevens, CEO and Owner of the D Las Vegas, welcomed the screaming crowd to the Victoria Day celebration and introduced Theory of a Deadman. The band had fans singing along to hits “So Happy” and “Not Meant To Be” as well as a number of songs from their most recent album.

Owner Derek Stevens at D Las Vegas
Owner Derek Stevens at D Las Vegas

After exiting the stage, the crowd roared and repeatedly chanted, “Encore!” prompting the band to reappear to perform their #1 Mainstream Rock Radio hit “Bad Girlfriend.” Ensuring fans didn’t miss a second of the concert, the show streamed live on the larger-than-life plasma video wall on the D’s exterior, in addition to FSE’s massive Viva Vision LED canopy.

Following the show, the band members gambled and partied into the early morning hours at the D. At the end of the night, the quartet retreated to their plush suites at the new downtown property.