SAMMY HAGAR’S LAS VEGAS RESIDENCY SELLS OUT IN TWO HOURS, TWO MORE DATES ADDED
Due to extraordinary pre-sale ticket demand which saw his first two weekends of shows sell out in just two hours, Rock And Roll Hall Of Famer Sammy Hagar has added two additional shows: November 12th and November 13th to his first Las Vegas residency, Sammy Hagar & Friends, at The STRAT Hotel, Casino & SkyPod. Tickets will go on sale to the public on July 3rd at 10 a.m. PT at this location. Additional shows for 2022 will be announced shortly.
Hagar remarked, “Adding these shows so quickly makes me happier than anyone for the fans that didn’t get tickets the first time. This is exciting. We’re going to be doing this for a while.”
Hagar will bring together a legendary circle of friends and bandmates, past and present, to the intimate 800-capacity STRAT Theater, including 300 GA floor tickets for a party vibe in front of the stage. Michael Anthony, the legendary bassist who’s played with Hagar for the past 30 years in bands including Van Halen, Chickenfoot and The Circle, and Vic Johnson, Hagar’s longtime guitar virtuoso and bandmate in The Circle, are confirmed for the first four shows. Jason Bonham, the acclaimed Grammy-winning drummer and their bandmate in The Circle is confirmed for the first two shows, October 29th and October 30th, with surprise and special guests to be announced.
Fans will take in the experience of a lifetime seeing the legendary artist performing some of his greatest hits, which include some of the most iconic rock anthems ever written, like I Can’t Drive 55, There’s Only One Way To Rock, Right Now, Heavy Metal, Mas Tequila, Why Can’t This Be Love and many more in an intimate venue. Sammy & Friends will celebrate Hagar’s career, spanning four decades, from his solo career, Montrose, Van Halen, Chickenfoot, The Circle, and surprise additions to the setlist depending on which of his musician friends take the stage with him. The show will transport the audience to Baja, where you never know who will join Hagar on stage.