Symphonic Rockshow

Greatest Rock Symphonic

An incredible rock band accompanied by a 21-piece orchestra
Celebrates & pays homage to the biggest rock anthems across generations
30ft video screen, full laser light show, fog & pyrotechnics
One of the best rock cover shows you will EVER witness
Based in Las Vegas & available to perform at your event

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This incredible rock show celebrates and pays homage to the biggest classic rock anthems to ever be released. Playing iconic hits by the likes of Whitesnake, The Who, Rush, Aerosmith, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, The Beatles, and Elton John this killer rock cover band recreate each song with the utmost attention to detail, mastering every nuance of the original recordings, right down to the vocal inflections. 

Just when you thought this amazing show couldn’t get any better add in a fantastic 21-piece orchestra and you’ve got complete rock magic! Accompanied by an arsenal of strings, horns, wind and percussion instruments our rock cover band give a jaw-dropping performance that will satisfy any fan of good music. 

The whole show is performed with a backdrop that includes a 30-foot video screen playing close up shots of the band and orchestra mixed with HD animations and graphics. A full laser light show, fog and pyrotechnics are all mixed in to make this incredible show even more visually exciting. 

One of the best live rock shows you will ever see, book our Vegas rock band for festivals, concerts and large-scale corporate events. 

Top Tip

Want to have a customized performance? The band can put together a tailor-made set list just for you. Talk to one of our entertainment coordinators for details.

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