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The Beach Boys in Concert
February 11 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm$72
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Music icons and “Kings of the Surf,” The Beach Boys are bringing their chill vibes and classic tunes to Vegas.
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THE BEACH BOYS DESCRIPTION
The Beach Boys are bringing endless summer vibes to Las Vegas!
Break out your board shorts, flip-flops, and tanning oil, these musical SoCal surfer dudes have ridden the wave of success to the tune of more than 100 million records sold, worldwide. So, yeah, they’re forever the “Kings of the Beach” and solidified as Rolling Stone’s No. 12 pick for the Greatest Artists of All Time.
Pretty chill, right?
The Beach Boys’ super-smash hits like “Good Vibrations,” “Kokomo” and “California Girls” have helped them dominate the music biz and win basically every award possible. In 1988, The Beach Boys were inducted into the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame. That same year, they also received the American Music Award of Merit. At the 44th Annual Grammy Awards in 2001, The Beach Boys received the Lifetime Achievement Award for their work, and for good reason. The Beach Boys have had 36 songs reach the Top 40 (more than any other band).
This level of gnarliness is only rivaled by the type of sunburn you get when you pass out on the beach before applying sunscreen. #blistering
In addition to entertaining concert-goers around the world, The Beach Boys have also hit the small and big screen with their music. Their 1962 hit “Surfin’ USA” was used in the ’80s movie “Teen Wolf” and again in the 1998 popular Jackie Chan movie, “Rush Hour.” The band also made appearances on the long-running TV shows “Full House” and “Home Improvement.”
Now that Vegas has practically turned into a beach town (hey, we have enough sand), should we open up a handmade puka shell necklace stand or just pick up a metal detector and start mining the beaches for hidden treasures?