TWISTED SISTER To Headline First Annual 'Vegas Rocks! Hair Metal Awards'
TWISTED SISTER will perform at the first annual Vegas Rocks! Hair Metal Awards, set to take place Sunday, May 15 at the Casablanca Event Center At Eastside Cannery Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. There will be historic performances with honorees and participants, including a special all-star celebrity jam for the finale of the show.
The event will be co-hosted by the "publishing queen of rock n' roll" Sally Steele, Vegas Rocks! Magazine publisher/ founder/ CEO. Sally's co-host this year will be Nick Hawk from Showtime's hit television series "Gigolos".
Sally says: "We are so thrilled to put on a great event this year to mark Vegas Rocks! Magazine's 12th year in production. We will have some exciting announcements over the next few months regarding many more great artists to be revealed as the names are finalized. It will definitely be a historic night for rock 'n' roll!"
The event will be preceded by a Grand Rock 'N' Roll Royal Red Carpet media event at 6 p.m., with appearances with major celebrities and some of the most famous rock artists in the music industry.
The ticket prices for this event are from $19 to $35 for floor seats.
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