Wolves in the Throne Room, Elder, Dengue Fever to Play PSYCHO LAS VEGAS Pre-fest Pool Party
In a week oversaturated with redundant festival announcements, Psycho Las Vegas throws its hat into the ring to once again prove why the award-winning festival keeps fans on their toes year after year. Playing the exclusive pre-fest pool party will be Psycho alumni Young and in the Way, as well asWolves in the Throne Room, Elder, Dengue Fever, Fireball Ministry, and Toke. This event will be the only time during the weekend where desert festival goers can enjoy the lineup from the comfort of the Hard Rock Hotel pool during the daytime -- and tickets are extremely limited, available only to the first 2500 ticket buyers (labeled as Tier I), with less than 1000 remaining.
In true Psycho form, they have announced their first curveball for the main lineup: Mali's Tinariwen. Hailed by NPR as "music's true rebels," the group surely fits perfectly among the fellow rulebreakers of Psycho.
Another exciting addition to the Psycho Las Vegas team is legendary artist Dirty Donny Gillies, who will be designing this year's exclusive artwork. Deemed to be one of the most influential artists to invade the pop culture scenes of the punk, rock and metal underground, Dirty Donny has been spreading his art across all mediums for decades; ranging from skate decks to pinball machines, hot rods and album covers for clients like Metallica, Vans, Stern Pinball and Snap-on Tools, to name a few. The pairing of Psycho Entertainment with Gillies' signature psychedelic themes and acid-soaked color palette is a celebration of the classic underground, the roots of heavy music and the surrounding culture. Limited prints of the 2018 poster will be available soon.
PSYCHO LAS VEGAS 2018
WITCHCRAFT | GOBLIN | HIGH ON FIRE | TINARIWEN
WOLVES IN THE THRONE ROOM | ELDER | S U R V I V E
ZAKK SABBATH | DENGUE FEVER | INDIAN | YOUNG AND IN THE WAY
FIREBALL MINISTRY | TOKE | DVNE
And many, many more to be unleashed...
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For the third year in a row, Psycho Entertainment will be taking over The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino resort and will show festival-goers why it has earned its place as Vegas' Best Festival, according to Las Vegas Weekly. Feeding into the seven deadly sins, festival goers are able to delve into the culture, escape reality and live up to the Psycho name for a weekend by participating in everything that Las Vegas has to offer and more.