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23 Star Starred
Crown Theater
Rio Las Vegas Hotel & Casino 3700 Flamingo Road Las Vegas, NV 89103
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21 stars
Dirty venue. Lackluster show. Someone else's gum in our popcorn... NEVER going back.
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“Their sound is as close to the real deal as you will ever hear. Great musicians, great vocals, just a great time!” —Robert Fleischman singer, songwriter and original lead vocalist for Journey


In June of 2007, “Don’t Stop Believing” by Journey, an instantly recognizable hit from the 1980s, cemented its place in pop culture history. Thanks to Tony Soprano’s jukebox selection in The Sopranos series finale, this iconic song climbed its way back into Billboard’s Top 40. Journey’s Greatest Hits peaked at No. 4 in iTunes’ Top 10. Journey has sold over 55 million albums worldwide and continues its reign at the very top of the short list of rock bands whose music has truly stood the test of time.

In 2006, a group of professional musicians from Los Angeles joined together to pay tribute to this great American band. They called themselves Lights after Journey’s song about their hometown, San Francisco, California. As faithful fans of Journey’s music, Lights is committed to staying true to Journey’s legacy, while bringing a fresh pulse to the heart of their songs. Since their inception, Lights has been filling venues to capacity with crowds singing and cheering the great hits of this chart-topping band.

With Michael Thompson on drums, Casey McNerney on bass, Jeff Vincent on keyboards, Jonny Papa on guitar, and Juan Del Castillo on lead vocals, Lights infuses the air with electricity and ignites the crowd with energetic fire. Experience the premier tribute to one of the truly great bands in rock ‘n’ roll.

About the Ticket Supplier: The Crown Theater

The Crown Theater and Nightclub inside the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino is the premier hotspot for some of the biggest concerts in Las Vegas. The 11,000 sq. ft. venue comes from Darin Feinstein, the owner of the famed Viper Room in Los Angeles.

Bringing in the best and brightest names in music to the luxurious Crown Theater is sure to be the norm in Las Vegas for years to come.