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Sugar Ray Plays Henderson Pavilion

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90′s pop/rock sensation Sugar Ray will play the Henderson Pavilion on Friday, April 29th at 8pm. All tickets are currently priced at $10 each for assigned seating on a first come first serve basis.

Sugar Ray first came onto the scene in the summer of 1997 with their first hit “Fly” on their debut album, Floored. Despite its success, a lot of people pegged them as a one-hit wonder. The band then came back with their sophomore release, 14:59, playing on the fact that their “fifteen minutes of fame” weren’t quite up yet, and released successful tracks such as “Every Morning” and “Someday”. They are led by front man Mark McGrath, whom you all might know from his days co-hosting Extra and is currently competing on The Celebrity Apprentice 4.

The Henderson Pavilion is extremely excited to have a band of Sugar Ray’s caliber come in and rock their 2,444+ capacity theater, and their fans are just as excited as well. They have been receiving calls in regards to tickets way before they were available for sale! A band at this level of popularity and talent is certain to sell their venue out, especially at an unbeatable $10 price tag!

Please visit, phone them direct at 702-267-4TIX or visit their friendly staff in person at 200 S. Green Valley Parkway to purchase. They are open Tuesday through Saturday, 10am to 5:30pm.



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