David Lee Roth to start residency in Las Vegas

By mbrooks on September 10, 2019
FILE – Van Halen, singer Dave Lee Roth performs as part of their 2012 North American tour at Staples Center on June 1, 2012 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

By Matthew Brooks

Van Halen frontman David Lee Roth is getting a Las Vegas address. He is taking up a concert residency in the glitzy city.

The show will be called “David Lee Roth: ROCKS VEGAS.”

Roth, 64, will start his residency in early 2020.

The residency will be located at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.

The show is described as being “an explosive, two-guitar sound, for the first time ever, bringing his long list of mega familiar hits to life that you’ve only heard on the radio till now.”

Roth will play from an interchanging set of 26 songs.

A Van Halen tour failed to get off the ground earlier this year. Roth was at that time negotiating the Las Vegas residency.

Tickets go on sale starting Wednesday, Sept. 11.

The tickets are available through Ticketmaster and there is limited-time sale through Blabbermouth.

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