Widespread Panic Tickets
Park Theater at Monte Carlo Resort and Casino | Las Vegas, NV
If you're a fan of Widespread Panic then you'd be crazy to miss out on this amazing event! The legendary Jam Rockers will be gracing the stage for all to see on Friday 26th October 2018 at Park Theater! Tickets are on sale NOW! One of the biggest shows this month! Be sure to grab your tickets and your seats for this unforgettable evening of the best in concert entertainment…
Widespread Panic never fail to bring the energy, hype and charisma with their genre-bending sound and of course the very best musicians, this group is a must see for any music fan – whatever your tastes! There is never a shy moment in the crowd, from the kick off time to right to the end of the night, Widespread Panic will keep each and every person on their feet and engaged to every beat. If you have the chance to see them this coming Fall as the incredible group once again takes to the stage and stops off at Park Theater Las Vegas!
Widespread Panic hail from Athens Georgia consists of a current lineup of guitarist/singer John Bell, bassist Dave Schools, drummer Duane Trucks, percussionist Domingo "Sunny" Ortiz, keyboardist John "JoJo" Hermann, and guitarist Jimmy Herring are all set and ready to go, all that they are waiting for now is for their dedicated fan base to gather from all parts to be a part of their special showcase this season.
There's no show like a show by these guys, that's for sure! When the Park Theater opens it's doors this October, make sure that you and your friends are in the crowd… you won't regret this once in a lifetime opportunity to see Widespread Panic do what they do best, as they make you feel like they are performing just for you and your eyes only. What are you waiting for?! Head to the buy now page above.
"The crowd filled the venue early, with pockets of folks setting up audio recording rigs, greeting old friends and meeting new ones with hugs and boisterous chatting. Once the music began, the sea of revelers on the floor became intertwined in the show, with their constantly waving arms, dancing feet and whooping voices."