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The Punk Rock Museum Turns One! With a first anniversary celebration and the official proclamation of "Punk Rock Day" in Las Vegas!

You're invited to the first-anniversary celebration of The Punk Rock Museum

and the official proclamation of "Punk Rock Day" in Las Vegas!

Friday March 29

My Shot: A Photo Exhibit opening featuring work by Alison Braun, Marla Watson, Naomi Petersen, Courtney Coles, Farrah Skeiky & Oginee Viamontes.

Starts at 4 pm. Artist discussion hosted by Raw Femme. 

Reception to follow in the Triple Down bar with DJ Dani Darks.

Mike Ness - Social Distortion. Photo by: Alison Braun. 

Sunday,  March 31st - 

In celebration of The Punk Rock Museum's first anniversary, we are having a big show in our parking lot. Joining us for this special event will be

The Vandals, Get Dead, The Last Gang, and three local bands!

Tickets can be purchased online HERE (space is limited).

Parking is unavailable at the museum as the show is in our parking lot.

It is strongly recommended to do a rideshare to get to the show.

The Vandals. Photo by: Lisa Johnson

Monday, April 1st -  

The Punk Rock Museum turns one!

The first official proclamation of Punk Rock Day in Las Vegas!

Join us at 4 pm at the museum on April 1st for a proclamation ceremony for the

first official Punk Rock Day in Las Vegas!

We will be offering free general admission to the museum for this day!

Mayor Goodman, Chairman Tic Segerblom, and council members will join us to present an engraved padlock to remind us of this great honor permanently. 

KJ Jansen from Chixdiggit! will be a tour guide earlier in the day (tickets available: here) and will play a couple of acoustic songs in the bar right after the ceremony with a toast to Punk Rock Day. Followed by DJ Jaymes Q Mayhem and DJ Atomic who will keep the party going in the Triple Down bar! 

KJ Jansen - Chixdiggit! Photo by: Peter Ellenby


The Punk Rock Museum is the world’s most comprehensive attraction dedicated to the history of the music, the culture and the absurdity of punk rock. Located in Las Vegas, it houses artifacts and memorabilia from across the world’s punk scene—such as handwritten lyrics, instruments, clothing, photos, flyers and artwork. Encompassing 12,000 square feet at 1422 Western Ave., between the Las Vegas Strip and Downtown, the museum celebrates the genre’s substantial cultural impact over the last half-century.

For more information about The Punk Rock Museum,

go to and follow on Facebook and Instagram @thepunkrockmuseum.


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Mar 20
Rated 5 out of 5 stars.

Yay the Vandals!! I'm in


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