Popular demand has called for The Bronx Wanderers to move to a larger venue on The Strip, and while the scale of the production will be greater, the group will continue to provide their fans with an up close and personal, yet larger than life show.
“We have loved performing for our fans in Las Vegas for the past two years, and are so excited that we have this opportunity to play in a new, larger theater at The LINQ, which will allow us to take the show to a whole new level,” said the band and show’s founder, Vinny Adinolfi. “This isn’t just your parents’ Rock ‘N’ Roll. Audiences will leave the show singing and feeling like one of the famiglia. I am living my dream!”
The Bronx Wanderers are helmed by Vinny Adinolfi, who is a former chart-topping record producer. He is joined on stage by his two sons – Vinny “Vin. A” Adinolfi III, an Italian Brian Wilson who sings, arranges and plays several different instruments, and drummer extraordinaire Nicky Adinolfi. They are joined onstage as well as by a hand-picked backup band, including Joe Bari, Fernando Tort and David Braun.
Since opening at Bally’s Las Vegas more than two years ago, the father-and-son trio, flanked by their band, has performed more than 800 shows for over 70,000 fans, and was voted the Bronze Winner of the “Best New Act/Show” by the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s Best of Las Vegas Awards 2017.
“Since their debut in 2016, The Bronx Wanderers have created the magic of rock and roll and connected with audiences from all over,” said Damian Costa, vice president of entertainment operations at Caesars Entertainment. “Their showmanship will be a fantastic addition to The LINQ Hotel & Casino.”
Audiences can still expect to hear hits spanning from the beginning of Rock ‘N’ Roll right through today’s tunes, including numbers from Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, Dion, Queen, Billy Joel and Bruno Mars, as well as some fun additions for the new show at The LINQ.
“This is a one-of-a-kind show! The Bronx Wanderers provide the best musical time you will experience on one stage, or dare I say, ever!” added Kathi Glist, one of the show’s producers. “When 20-year-olds in the crowd are jumping to their feet, clapping and yelling to hits from the ‘50s to present day, right alongside 70-year-olds, you know this is one rockin’ show you’ll never forget.”
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