Punk Rock Bowling on the way
World’s Biggest Punk Rock Party The 13th Annual Punk Rock Bowling Tournament & Music Festival To Be Held Memorial Day Weekend May 27-30 In Downtown Las Vegas; This Year’s Headliners Announced: Dropkick Murphys, Descendents, Cock Sparrer, Me First and The Gimme Gimmes, Bouncing Souls, Dwarves, Manic Hispanic & The Undertones Plus More To Be Revealed Soon!! Limited Number of $80 Early Bird Weekend Passes Go On Sale Starting Midnight on Friday Feb. 18; Discounted Hotel Rooms Available Now
The 13th Annual Punk Rock Bowling Tournament and Music Festival will take place over Memorial Day Weekend (May 27-30) in downtown Las Vegas featuring the most insane lineup to date. BYO Records has just confirmed the following headliners for this year’s event: Dropkick Murphys, Descendents, Cock Sparrer, Me First and The Gimme Gimmes, Bouncing Souls, Dwarves, Manic Hispanic & The Undertones, with many more bands to be announced soon. 200 “limited early bird special” $80.00 weekend passes will be available starting at Midnight, Friday Feb. 18 at www.PunkRockBowling.com, on a first-come first-served basis. The legendary bowling tournament will once again take over Sam’s Town Casino and Gambling Hall, and a limited number of discounted hotel rooms have been blocked off for attendees of both the tournament and the shows. To book accommodations, head over to www.PunkRockBowling.com. These rooms sell out every year, so book yours quickly.
This year’s live shows will be held outdoors at Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas, where the intersection of 6th and Fremont will be blocked off for up to 3500 concertgoers. The shows are all-ages, but those attendees under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Doors will open at 3:30pm and shows will wrap up by 11:00pm, rain or shine. For those who wish to bowl, registration is now open for returning teams only. First time bowlers or those who bowled for the first time last year can sign up for the waiting list at www.PunkRockBowling.com and they will be contacted on March 1.