Van Halen frontman David Lee Roth will return to at Mandalay Bay’s House Of Blues in Las Vegas for a a new series of shows that will launch with a New Year’s Eve performance, followed by four concerts in January 2022.

Performance dates (Doors 8 p.m., showtime 9 p.m.; ages 18+):

New Year’s Eve – December 31st, 2021 
January 1st, 5th, 7th-8th, 2022

Tickets start at $63.50, plus applicable fees, and go on sale October 2nd at 10 a.m. PT. Tickets are available by visiting HouseofBlues.com/DavidLeeRoth, MandalayBay.com, Ticketmaster.com or by calling 800-745-3000. Citi Card Member presale begins on September 29th at 10 a.m. The House of Blues, Live Nation, and M life presales begin September 30th at 10 a.m.

Several ticket packages are available, including the Hot For Teacher package ($450) that includes two tickets at a VIP table and a souvenir retail item; the Panama package ($550) that includes a dining voucher plus pre-and-post show access to Mandalay Bay’s Foundation Room; and the Jump package ($700) that features a prix-fixe Foundation Room dinner and one bottle of a premium spirit.

9 Responses

  1. Hey Gene $immons, bloated Elvis, who you kicked off your tour, is back and he’s competing with your tribute band in Vegas around the same time you’ll be there…..and I hope Diamond Dave wins.

  2. Look. DLR’s voice isn’t what it used to be (was it ever great?). He’s also transformed from the archetypal rock god to some sort of demented-looking Borscht Belt song-and-dance man.

    HOWEVER, he is – and always will be – the only Van Halen singer of any consequence. Sammy Hagar, no matter how better a singer, will always be “David Lee Roth’s replacement in Van Halen.” Back in the ’90s, Dave was also the first rock act (Elvis, notwithstanding) to play a residency in Las Vegas. At the time, he was ridiculed for it….by many of the same people who have since played residencies there themselves.

    Also, regardless of he may or may not sound, casinos who have billions of dollars at stake – and who have more than enough acts vying to play at their venues – keep having Dave back. Why? Because he consistently makes them a profit by bringing people to his shows!

    Whether you spend your money to see Dave is entirely up to you. However, it’s totally ridiculous for anyone to fault Dave for wanting to stay in the spotlight, sing (or caterwaul) the soundtrack to the lives of millions of people (for which he’s 50 percent responsible!), make a hefty profit at the end of the night – and above all, make his paying audience happy!

    1. Yankee Rose is also one of the funniest music videos ever made. It also happens to be my favorite clip of all time, along with The Prodigy’s Smack My Bitch Up.

    2. Great reply , your 100 % right on all your points , also I would never tell anyone not to go see any band , it’s their money they are spending , but, if I’m asked point blank about my opinion … I will give it 🙂 music is Dave’s life’s work and he should be proud of it and play if he wants to play – I’ve seen all my favorite bands live in their prime, for me
      those memories are how I want to remember them ~

  3. Seriously , I just don’t care to see bands I love trying anything and everything they can to keep going …it’s just bad and kind of sad.. age gets us all , now paul was smart , he did soul station, where he doesn’t have to scream out the lyrics and has alot of great background singers to help him , these guys don’t have to quit , just change things up a little , dave should form a blues band doing all the classic blues stuff , I think he would be great doing that … I would pay to see that just my humble opinion

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