slaughterIt's a little known fact that the lead singer of Slaughter, Mark Slaughter was born and raised in Vegas. The hard rock band of 1990s fame returns home to perform with Great White on Saturday February 20 at The Eastside Events Center.

Formed in 1977, Great White gained their fame during the 1980s and 1990s, culminating with the 1989 album ...Twice Shy in 1989.

Even today, their songs take listeners right back to the glorious days of hair bands and hard rock. Great White has sold over 8 million albums worldwide and continues to thrill audiences with their energy and sound.

Slaughter was born in Las Vegas in the 1980s, creating songs that span time like Up All Night, Spend My Life and Fly to the Angels.

The first multi-platinum rock band from Vegas, Slaughter has always been proud of their hometown heritage and Eastside Cannery is excited to have been able to bring them home to perform more than once. A classic hard rock band, Slaughter delivers today as well as they did decades ago, rocking the house loud and hard.

Red Rock Canyon

When people think of a Las Vegas vacation, they tend to picture casinos and fancy nightclubs.  While Vegas certainly has plenty of these things, a lot of people are surprised to learn that Vegas is also in close proximity to some of the most beautiful natural scenery in the nation.  One of the most popular sites to see, of course, is the Grand Canyon.  While many people think of the Grand Canyon as being in Arizona, they tend to forget about its “other” side, just outside of Las Vegas.  The most popular way to visit is by helicopter.  These tours give you an aerial view of the sheer rock cliffs that have been carved out over millions of years by the river.  Be astounded by these breathtaking views as you fly inside the canyon itself.

Kix Steve Whitemen

KIX and Vixen, the rock bands that everyone loved from the 80s and 90s, are back with a new tour!  KIX has just released their first album in nineteen years, “Rock Your Face Off”!  On January 17th, come out and see the group as they play songs from their new album and some old favorites.  They’ll be live for one night only at the Eastside Cannery Casino Hotel in Las Vegas.