Embrace your inner 80’s-rocker at the Raiding the Rock Vault – the ultimate Classic Rock concert at Las Vegas’ historic Tropicana Hotel & Casino and see some of the best rock and roll musicians perform their hits from their original bands like Bad Company, Whitesnake, Asia, Yes, Toto, and Heart.

The two-hour live rock concert features lights, lasers and special effects for what they call “The Greatest Set List Ever” with a musical journey with including the best hits from The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Doors, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, The Eagles, Queen, AC/DC, Deep Purple, Van Halen, Journey, Toto, Free, and more. Additionally, in between songs, the audience is treated to a cast of actors who portray the story of how the “Rock Vault” was raided.

The all-star band includes Howard Leese on Guitar (Heart, Bad Company), Doug Aldrich on Guitar (Whitesnake), Hugh McDonald on Bass (Bon Jovi, Ringo Starr), Robin McAuley singing Lead Vocals (MSG, Survivor), Paul Shortino singing Lead Vocals (Rough Cutt, Quiet Riot), Jay Schellen on Drums (Hurricane, Asia, Badfinger), Andrew Freeman singing Lead Vocals (Lynch Mob, The Offspring), Michael T. Ross on Keyboards (Lita Ford, Hardline, Angel), Stephanie Calvert singing Lead Vocals (Starship), and Carol-Lyn Liddle singing Lead Vocals (Masters of Rock.)

Guest artists have included Lou Gramm (Foreigner), Jon Anderson (Yes), Mickey Thomas (Starship), Joe Lynn Turner (Rainbow, Deep Purple), and Bobby Kimball (Toto), making this the go-to performance that will help you explain to kids why they have to listen to the local 80’s rock station when you carpool them to school! Almost all previous attendees say that they were clapping and singing and dancing in the aisles, and were thrilled to have a chance to meet the gracious band at a reception before the show, or after the show, so you can get autographs and tell them how much you enjoyed then concert. One excited audience member reports how proud he is to wear his Raiding the Rock Vault t-shirt signed by all the members of the band.

Relive the glory of rock and roll at this band made of original members of rock’s elite. This is not a tribute band — the performances are so great, you’ll forget that you’re not watching the original full band performance! Plus, during the performance, they show posts information about the band on a large-screen including a little bio on each band member and information about the songs they are signing like the year it recorded and photos of the band from that time. The best news is that the Tropicana’s performance hall is a manageable size, so there isn’t a bad seat in the house!