Las Vegas' famed Fremont Street Experience was home to TributePalooza on New Year's Eve with eight top tribute bands performing classic favorites for all ages from AEROSMITH, BILLY JOEL, DAVID BOWIE, EAGLES, KISS, QUEEN, THE ROLLING STONES and U2 and the world premier of its newest Viva Vision extravaganza, "KISS Rocks Vegas". The street was packed with action while the Riders of the Thunderdome thrilled with their "Globe of Death" motorcycle show and the giant Viva Vision screen dazzled with a light and sound extravaganza 90 feet above the street. The five blocks of the fabulous Fremont Street Experience, home to 10 legendary casinos, were transformed into the biggest private party in Las Vegas.
In conjunction with America's Party, Fremont Street Experience presented the world premier of "KISS Rocks Vegas" Viva Vision show at 9 p.m. The show featured three of the band's worldwide hits, "Lick It Up", "Shout It Out Loud" and the rock anthem "Rock 'n' Roll All Night", stylistically showcasing the band's rich history, iconic make-up and costumes surrounded in a cacophony of fire and pyrotechnic graphics.
Check out photos from the Las Vegas Sun.
Video footage of the "KISS Rocks Vegas" Viva Vision show can be viewed below.
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