FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE L to R: Louiche Mayorga (Suicidal Tendencies), Noodles (The Offspring), Stacey Dee (Bad Cop/Bad Cop), Don Bolles (The Germs/45 Graves), Angelo Moore (Fishbone), Greg Hetson (Circle Jerks/Punk Rock Karaoke), Warren Fitzgerald (The Vandals), Pete Koller (Sick Of It All), Smelly (NOFX), Roger Miret (Agnostic Front), Joe Escalante (The Vandals).
(Photo credit: Louiche Mayorga by Tom Casey/Box 24 Studio, Don Bolles by Alison Braun, Roger Merit by Britta, All others by Lisa Johnson)
THE PUNK ROCK MUSEUM ANNOUNCES GUIDED TOURS WITH PUNK ROCK LEGENDS, NEW OPENING DATE OF MARCH 10, 2023
LAS VEGAS (December 2022) – What makes The Punk Rock Museum different from any other museum? Not only is it owned and operated by the same people whose stories and artifacts make up punk’s absurd and striking history, but also—starting in April—the public can book a guided tour to hear the history directly from the legends of punk rock!
Visitors can look forward to hearing about the first Germs shows from Don Bolles, walk with Roger Miret from Agnostic Front as he tells them about living in a van in the Lower East Side in the early 80s and hear about the crazy meteoric rise to fame from Noodles with The Offspring. Everyone who books one of these tours will hear stories no one else has heard from the people who lived them.
Guided tours will be offered multiple times throughout the day and capacity is limited to 20 people per tour.
Some of the confirmed tour guides include:
Many others will be announced soon!
The Punk Rock Museum’s new opening date will be March 10, 2023. General admission tickets will be available early in the new year. Guided tours will start on April 1, 2023, with tickets available soon.
ABOUT THE PUNK ROCK MUSEUM
The Punk Rock Museum is the world’s most comprehensive attraction dedicated to the history, culture and absurdity of Rock ‘n’ Roll’s bastard stepchild. Located in Las Vegas, it will house not only artifacts and memorabilia from across the world’s punk scene—such as handwritten lyrics, instruments, clothing, photos, flyers and artwork—but also a bar, tattoo parlor, wedding/wake chapel, punk merch shop, performance space and more. Encompassing 12,000 square feet at 1422 Western Ave., between the Las Vegas Strip and Downtown, the museum will celebrate the genre’s substantial cultural impact over the last half-century. For more information about The Punk Rock Museum, go to thepunkrockmuseum.com and follow on Facebook and Instagram @thepunkrockmuseum.
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