About Grand Funk Railroad
Grand Funk Railroad, also known as simply “Grand Funk,” is an American rock band that formed in 1969 in Flint, Michigan. The band’s original lineup consisted of Mark Farner on guitar and vocals, Don Brewer on drums and vocals, and Mel Schacher on bass. Known for their hard-driving rock sound, Grand Funk Railroad was one of the most popular bands of the 1970s and is still touring and performing today.
The Showroom at Golden Nugget Las Vegas
The Showroom at Golden Nugget Las Vegas is a premier concert venue located in the heart of downtown Las Vegas. With a capacity of over 1,000, the showroom offers an intimate concert experience that puts fans up close and personal with their favorite artists. The state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems ensure a high-quality concert experience, and the showroom’s central location makes it easy for fans to get to and from the concert.
The Concert Experience
Fans of Grand Funk Railroad can look forward to an unforgettable concert experience when the band comes to The Showroom at Golden Nugget Las Vegas. With their signature hard-driving sound, Grand Funk Railroad is sure to get the crowd rocking and rolling all night long. From classics like “We’re an American Band” and “Some Kind of Wonderful” to deeper cuts and fan favorites, the band’s setlist is sure to please fans of all ages. And with The Showroom’s intimate atmosphere, fans can enjoy the concert up close and personal.
How to Get Tickets
Tickets for Grand Funk Railroad at The Showroom at Golden Nugget Las Vegas can be purchased through the link below. Prices vary depending on seating location and date of the concert, but fans can expect to pay between $40 and $100 for tickets.
Preparing for the Concert
Before heading to The Showroom at Golden Nugget Las Vegas to see Grand Funk Railroad, fans should make sure to bring their ticket confirmation, ID, and any necessary forms of payment. The venue does have a dress code, so guests should dress appropriately for a night out. Fans should also plan to arrive early to avoid traffic and get a good parking spot, as downtown Las Vegas can get crowded on concert nights. And with a wide selection of bars and restaurants in the area, fans can make a night of it by grabbing dinner and drinks before or after the show.Select a date and time