• Tue. Feb 20th, 2024

There are a good handful of bands in the Las Vegas scene that are absolutely resilient and beyond determined to keep kicking ass in the music scene and industry. ADELITAS WAY is absolutely one of those bands. I don’t think I have seen them stop at all in the midst of all the crazy stuff the last couple years and I applaud them for that!

Staying Active

Since 2020, Adelitas Way have released 9 singles, and one EP titled, “Rivals.” The teaser for their newest single to be released, “UP” has been floating around the socials for the last couple weeks as well. It will be released onto their music profiles on March 18th, (You can pre save it here!)

Friday, March 25, 2022, ADELITAS WAY will return to their hometown to play the Hard Rock Cafe on the Las Vegas Strip. (writers note: this is probably my favorite place to see these guys!) The guys always pack a punch and diverse set when they perform. I don’t expect this show to be any different. They’re currently on their headlining “RIVALS” tour; so this home show is a great way to celebrate yet another successful run around the country!

Openers

Opening for ADELITAS WAY this round; we’ve got two other Vegas bands; Bravo Delta (who are also pretty kickass, they DOMINATED with their release of ‘Unbreakable’ back in 2019.) and Crashing Wayward, (feat. Peter Summit, David Harris, Carl Raether, Shon McKee & Stacey Blades, who are all well known faces in the Las Vegas music scene.) Crashing Hayward is a newer formation to the scene. They have been slaying show after show the last few months at venues around the city. 

Check out Bravo Delta below!
Check out Crashing Wayward below!

It’s sure to be a great night of Las Vegas talent on the HRC stage, so come out, have a drink, and lets get our rock on!

See you in the pit!

Live photos by Courtney Ware for ZrockR Magazine

By Courtney Ware

Lead photographer, art director, sometimes editor, and writer for ZrockR Magazine- I am a mother, wife, photographer and a metalhead. Las Vegas Native. I first picked up a camera at 12 years old and I have been carrying one around ever since. I have an incredibly deep connection and love for my Las Vegas local music scene, this is where I first fell in love with music photography and knew that this is what I wanted to be doing with my time here on this planet. I say I'm a metalhead but I really love all kinds of music, I just connect the most with metal. Concerts are my happy place, and the happiest you'll ever see me is at a show with my camera in hand!

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