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Under The Sun and Australian Pink Floyd Added to Mandalay Bay Beach Concert Series‏

UNDER THE SUN AND AUSTRALIAN PINK FLOYD ADDED TO
MANDALAY BAY BEACH CONCERT SERIES

Tickets Now on Sale

Under The Sun – Saturday, July 18
Under The Sun, the hugely popular summer tour celebrating the golden age of alternative pop rock ‘n’ roll, returns to the Mandalay Bay Beach Saturday, July 18. The 2015 tour will feature top bands of the‘90s and today including, Sugar Ray, Better Than Ezra, Uncle Kracker and Eve 6.

Mark McGrath, best known as lead singer and songwriter for Sugar Ray, boasts multiple Top 10 hits including “Someday,” “When It’s Over” and the twin No. 1 classics “Fly” and “Every Morning.” McGrath and Sugar Ray became worldwide fan favorites with several multi-platinum albums, countless sold out tours, innumerable TV appearances and covers of such national publications as Spin and Rolling Stone. More than two decades since its foundation, Sugar Ray remains devoted to the cause that united them – the pursuit of good times, sunshine and great rock ‘n’ roll.

Better Than Ezra is a New Orleans-based band that came together in 1988 at Louisiana State University, first unveiling its debut album, Deluxe, independently in 1993 and then again via Elektra Records in 1995. Fueled by singles like “In The Blood” and the blockbuster “Good,” which reached the Top 40 on Billboard’s “Hot 100,” Deluxeachieved RIAA double platinum certification and undeniable status as a classic of the alternative era.

Uncle Kracker vaulted to stardom as a charismatic presence and chief collaborator in Kid Rock’s Twisted Brown Trucker Band before kicking off a stunning solo career of his own with 2000’s RIAA double platinum debut, Double Wide. From there, the Michigan-based singer, songwriter and performer unfurled a string of Top 10 multi-format hits including 2001’s No. 1 smash “Follow Me,” “In A Little While,” “Smile” and, of course, 2003’s record-setting cover of Dobie Gray’s classic “Drift Away.”

Eve 6 formed in Southern California in 1995, inking a deal with RCA Records before they’d even finished high school. The band’s album debut arrived in 1998 attaining platinum success on the back of hits like the Modern Rock chart-topper “Inside Out.” 2000’s Horrorscope affirmed Eve 6 as alternative stars via a run of radio gems like “Promise,” “On The Roof Again” and the crossover Top 40 anthem “Here’s To The Night.”

Tickets are priced at $34.50, not including applicable service charges.
The Australian Pink Floyd Show featuring Led Zeppelin2 – Friday, Sept. 4
Acclaimed tribute band, The Australian Pink Floyd Show, will take the stage at the Mandalay Bay Beach Friday, Sept. 4 with Led Zeppelin2 joining as special guests. The Australian Pink Floyd Show gave its first concert in Adelaide, Australia in 1988 and has since performed in more than 35 countries worldwide.

Striving to reproduce the Pink Floyd experience and bring new music to new audiences, the live show continues to include a stunning light and laser show, video animations, film projected onto a large circular screen and other special effects. With 27 years of history, the world’s biggest, best and greatest tribute band continues to delight audiences.

Led Zeppelin2, The Live Experience, brings fans the excitement of Led Zeppelin “In Concert” by re-enacting the live improvisation and onstage interaction that earned Led Zeppelin its legendary status for performing. Rather than a “greatest hits” show, fans experience Zeppelin as Zeppelin would have played in front of an audience. The band has earned critical praise along the way.

Tickets are priced at $39.50, not including applicable service charges.

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