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The Presidents of the United States of America — Free Concert at Fremont Street Experience

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The Presidents of the United States of America will perform a free concert during Fremont Street Experience’s Rock of Vegas summer concert series on Saturday, Aug. 3 at 9 p.m. at the 1st Street Stage. The legendary downtown Las Vegas entertainment venue will transform into summer’s alternative destination through Labor Day weekend with a free concert series that showcases a stellar lineup of bands that take music to the edge. The Presidents of the United States of America The Seattle-based trio first burst into the public eye with its debut on the strength of radio smashes like “Lump” and “Peaches.” The band continues to thrive as an enduring modern rock disc since peaking at #6 on the Billboard Top 200. 1996’s II rocked just as hard, giving birth to the full throttle “Mach Five,” which fostered The Presidents of the United States of America’s most imaginative and infamous music video. Meanwhile, accelerated fan favorites like “Lunatic to Love” and “Tiki God” left their imprint on then-up and-comers, The Hives. In 2008, The Presidents of the United States of America delivered an inventive, uplifting and often brilliant rock and roll album with These Are The Good Times People. To this day, the band’s high energy shows continue to pack venues all over the world, selling out shows in London, Amsterdam, New York, Sydney and Seattle on its last world trek. For complete information on the headliner concerts and nightly entertainment, visit You can also become a Facebook fan of Fremont Street Experience at: or “Follow” on Twitter at: to get the latest insight and buzz about Rock of Vegas.

Occurs once: Aug 3, 2013 (9:00 PM to )
Contact Name: Fremont Street Experience
Contact Phone: 702-678-5777

Fremont Street Experience's 1st Street Stage
425 Fremont Street , Las Vegas, NV 89109

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