Extreme Thing Sports & Music Festival returns March 29, 2014 to Desert Breeze Skate Park
Extreme Thing Sports & Music Festival roars back for the 19th year, leaving concert, professional BMX and amateur skate competitions in its wake. Extreme Thing Sports & Music Festival, produced by Clark County Parks & Recreation, is Nevada’s only premier action sports and music festival and is set for March 29 at the Desert Breeze Skate Park, 8275 Spring Mountain Road at Durango Drive.
Extreme Thing will feature Taking Back Sunday, The Used, Crown The Empire, Tonight Alive, Letlive, Bring Me The Horizon, Killswitch Engage, Of Mice & Men, Emmure, Thy Art Is Murder, Issues and Volumes on the Main Stage. More performers and additional information will be announced in January 2014.
Tickets are $20 General Admission and $35 Combo Package including general admission ticket, event t-shirt and event poster. A limited VIP Package is also available for $40 and includes a general admission ticket, commemorative event t-shirt and event poster, Beer Garden access and bleacher seating (to IADT Stage only).
New Years Eve On Fremont Street
Ringing in the New Year’s 2014 with Downtown Countdown!
The bill includes 9 hours of non-stop entertainment on multiple stages with performances by Vince Neil of Motley Crue, Loverboy, Papa Roach, Blues Traveler, and Adelitas Way, along with local bands Arena, The Blackjacks, Clockwork, Kid Hollywood and Monroy. All the action will be under the Viva Vision Canopy with colorful light shows and a special Midnight count down with the honorable Mayor Carolyn Goodman and epic Fireworks by Grucci synched to virtual fireworks on the Viva Vision screen.. 6pm to 3am Tickets $40.00