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Henderson Department of Cultural Arts & Tourism

March 1, 2012

THE SYMPHONIC ROCK SHOW RETURNS TO THE HENDERSON PAVILION

 
Brody Dolyniuk reunites with Yellow Brick Road for encore performance of last year’s record-breaking concert
 
Vocalist Brody Dolyniuk will return to the Henderson Pavilion, the community’s premier performing arts center, to reunite with his former band, Yellow Brick Road, along with a hand-selected orchestra, for a repeat performance of the hit production, The Symphonic Rock Show, Saturday, April 7 at 8 p.m. at the Henderson Pavilion, 200 S. Green Valley Parkway. The ultimate in all concert experiences, The Symphonic Rock Show will take fans on another musical journey through classic rock’s heydays, complete with an amazing laser light and multimedia show. Tickets are only $15.
 
This will be the second time the Henderson Pavilion has hosted the production. Last year, in the show’s debut, the concert not only was a sell-out, but also broke the venue’s attendance record, which it still holds today. It also marked the bittersweet end of Dolyniuk’s 14-year tenure with the popular Las Vegas act, Yellow Brick Road.
 
“I’m excited to do the show again,” said Dolyniuk. “I’m looking forward to sharing the stage with these fantastic musicians, my old band and their new lead singer, Kelly Christian. I believe this show will top last year. It should be a blast.”
 
Since relocating to Southern California, Dolyniuk still continues to manage Yellow Brick Road and performs with Windborne Music, a touring symphonic group. However, the opportunity to bring his own classic rock stage production back to the Las Vegas valley and perform with his friends one more time was a chance he couldn’t pass up.
 
Fans will have a chance to see this unique celebration of the best in classic rock music at this exclusive Henderson performance. The Symphonic Rock Show will feature smash hits by award-winning super groups including Led Zeppelin, Queen, Pink Floyd and Aerosmith, performed like they’ve never heard before. This spring’s performance will also introduce new surprises, along with arrangements from such icons as Ozzy Osbourne and Rush, tons on live action, lasers, lights, and videos, all of which will be captured on two giant screens.
 
For more information on The Symphonic Rock Show or to purchase tickets, visit HendersonLive.com, call (702) 267-4TIX (4849) or visit the Henderson Pavilion Box Office, Tuesday – Friday from 10 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.
 
The City of Henderson supports the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Advanced notice may be necessary to ensure that appropriate accommodations will be provided. For full telephone, use Relay Nevada by dialing 7-1-1.
 
About the City of Henderson Department of Cultural Arts & Tourism
 
The City of Henderson Department of Cultural Arts and Tourism is dedicated to creating and promoting innovative events, entertainment, programming and venues that celebrate diverse cultural arts, enhance tourism, involve and serve the community and enrich the economic and cultural fabric of Henderson.

The Henderson Pavilion, Henderson Convention Center and Henderson Events Plaza are all managed by the Department of Cultural Arts and Tourism.

For additional information on our programs and entertainment, please contact us directly at (702) 267-2171. Our office hours are Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

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