WHAT: The Beatles REVOLUTION Lounge will have indie rock fans reeling to the sounds of My Pet Saddle, The Union Line, and The Living Suns with live performances on Sunday, October 19. California-based My Pet Saddle infuses familiar sounds compared to the likes of Neil Young, Bob Dylan, The Beach Boys, and The Velvet Underground. “Live they are reckless drivers, swerving and falling all over the place in true bohemian glory, minus the patchouli but plenty of funk,” says FutureSounds.com.
Unsigned indie group, The Union Line’s latest singles “Strangers” and “Rich Man’s Tune” radiate through the band’s website, which loosely describes their sound as a touch of soul with western swing.
With a long awaited release of their debut album, “Self,” The Living Suns are finally promoting their finished product to feverish fans across the West Coast with a tour. OC Weekly raves that their shows produce a, “fiery passion” and that they are “a young band that knows how to have fun and put on a good show.”
LIVE REVOLUTION also brings $5 Miller High Life bottles to quench the thirst of the rock-parched crowd. All bands will perform inside The Beatles REVOLUTION Lounge, the Las Vegas Strip’s first “music ultra lounge,” where DJs spin rock and mash-ups, and live music hits the stage with rising alternative and indie bands.
WHO: My Pet Saddle, The Union Line, and The Living Suns
WHEN: Sunday, October 19. Doors open at 10 p.m.
DETAILS: The Beatles REVOLUTION Lounge takes guests on an evolutionary journey, where both music and interior transform, creating a psychedelic music ultra lounge. The first nightlife experience created by Cirque du Soleil, REVOLUTION blends cutting-edge interactive design, art and sound in a contemporary interpretation of The Beatles era, exclusively at The Mirage in Las Vegas.