Rock ‘N Roll Wine Amplified Weekend Celebrates a Decade of Great Wine and Entertainment
LAS VEGAS – Celebrating a decade of wine events and entertainment, Rock ‘n Roll Wine in partnership with Circle TPR, will return with the highly anticipated Wine Amplified Festival Friday, Oct. 9 and Saturday, Oct. 10 at the Las Vegas Village. The larger-than-ever event will begin at 5 p.m. both days and feature Panic! At the Disco, Passion Pit, Sublime with Rome, 50 Cent featuring G-Unit, Fitz and the Tantrums, Cold War Kids, Robert DeLong, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, The Sheepdogs and many more.
Single day tickets priced at $59 for general admission and $139 for VIP, not including applicable service charges, are now on sale. Two-day general admission tickets priced at $109 and VIP tickets priced at $249 also are now available for purchase, not including applicable service charges. Purchasers must be 21 years of age or older and no exclusions apply. Tickets will be sold at wineamplified.com as well as all MGM Resorts’ box offices. To charge by phone with a major credit card, call the MGM Resorts’ Contact Center at (877) 274-6958 or Ticketmaster at (800) 745-3000.
Touted as the world’s greatest wine and music celebration, this high-energy, interactive festival pours on the experience with more than 60 wineries, more than 150 wines by the taste or by the glass, a craft beer garden with more than 20 selections, specialty cocktails, New Amsterdam Speakeasy, rave & barrel room, restaurant row, The Farm and live performances. This year’s festival will once again be completely cashless utilizing the latest in radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology. Patrons will be able to load money on their RFID wristbands and use them as a virtual wallet to purchase wine, beer, food and festival merchandise.
“We continue striving to make this annual weekend the premier wine and music festival in the country,” said Chris Hammond, Rock ‘n Roll Wine co-founder. “It’s the ultimate event for wine and music enthusiasts alike and due to its success we’re continuing to expand to create an even bigger and better experience for our fans.”
Local Las Vegas rock band Panic! At the Disco and indie band Passion Pit are set to headline the festival Friday, Oct. 9. Panic! At the Disco’s most recent single “Hallelujah” has accumulated over three million streams on Spotify and nearly three million plays on YouTube within a month of its release. The band’s fourth studio album, Too Weird To Live, Too Rare to Die!, was released in October 2013 and debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 Album Chart. Passion Pit released its debut album Manners in 2009. A follow-up album entitled Gossamer was released in 2012, which debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 and gave the band its first Top 10 album. Kindred, the band’s third album, was released this past April and was preceded by lead singles “Lifted Up (1985),” “Where the Sky Hangs” and “Until We Can’t (Let’s Go).” Also scheduled to perform Friday evening are Cold War Kids, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness and The Sheepdogs.
Sublime with Rome is a collaboration between Eric Wilson of the legendary band Sublime and gifted songwriter and musician Rome Ramirez. The band is set to co-headline Saturday, Oct. 10 with songs such as “Panic,” “Take It Or Leave,” “You Better Listen,” “Lover’s Rock” and “Murdera.” GRAMMY Award-winning rapper and actor 50 Cent will be joined by G-Unit when they precede Sublime with Rome. Other performances Saturday evening include Fitz and the Tantrums, Robert DeLong and The Noms.
“We’re ecstatic to have Panic! At the Disco, Passion Pit, Sublime with Rome and 50 Cent featuring G-Unit headlining this year’s festival weekend,” added Rock ‘n Roll Wine co-founder Sonny Barton. “We’ve worked hard to put together a rock-star roster of wines, craft beers and specialty cocktails to round out what we promise will be an unforgettable two nights of fun.”
For more information about the 10th Annual Wine Amplified Festival Weekend, full event lineup and room package information, visit wineamplified.com. Additional artists are expected to be announced in the coming weeks.