Glasvegas make US return; Las Vegas Myspace Secret Show Tonight

Glasvegas return to the U.S. for select tour dates this summer. The tour kicks off with a special Myspace Secret Show in Las Vegas tonight at Viva Las Vegas Wedding Chapel. “Glasvegas’ live show will certainly be a departure from everyday business, but we’re thrilled to host this really special concert” said Viva Las Vegas Wedding Chapel proprietor Ron Decar. “We’re so excited to play the ‘entertainment capital of the world’ explained Glasvegas’ enigmatic frontman James Allan. “And where else could we play except in a wedding chapel of course?!” With a love of all things Elvis and a band name inspired by this city, it’s hard to believe the members of Glasvegas have never been to Las Vegas . “ Las Vegas has always seemed like another planet to us,” explained Allan. “Weird, unreachable and glamorous. Our love for the late great Elvis Presley and his infamous Las Vegas shows is the best inspiration we could wish for.”

Glasvegas’ official tour kicks off on June 5th in Reno , NV at Club Underground and runs through August 8th in Chicago , IL where the band play the Lollapalooza Festival. Glasvegas’ summer plans also include returning to Europe for some gigs with U2, Kings of Leon and Oasis. They’ll also be performing at many European festivals including Hurricane, Glastonbury , Roskiilde, Ruisrock, Eurokeenes, T in The Park, Oxegen, Benecassim, Leeds, Redding and more. Glasvegas are James Allan (vocals, rhythm guitar), Rab Allan (lead guitar, backing vocals), Paul Donoghue (bass guitar, backing vocals) and Caroline McKay (drums).

6/3 MySpace Secret Show Las Vegas, NV
6/5 Club Underground Reno, NV
6/6 Shoreline Amp San Francisco, CA
6/7 Harlows Sacramento, CA
6/10 Soho Santa Barbara, CA
6/12 Hollywood Forever Cemetery Los Angeles, CA
7/31 House of Blues Las Vegas, NV
8/1 Rialto Theater Tucson, AZ
8/3 Emo’s Austin, TX
8/4 The Loft Dallas, TX
8/6 Beaumont Club Kansas City, MO
8/8 Lollapalooza Chicago, IL

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