On April 17, The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino will celebrate ten years as the most dynamic, sophisticated and authentic venue in Las Vegas. The celebration begins on Tuesday, April 16 with a sold-out show featuring English pop rock band The 1975. On Saturday, April 20, Slightly Stoopid will continue the celebration when they hit The Joint with their annual 420 party. Tickets for Slightly Stoopid are still available.
The Joint originally opened in 1995 but underwent a makeover in April of 2009. The renovation transformed the iconic showroom, doubling it in size. Since its reopening, The Joint has hosted a variety of incredible shows including Paul McCartney, KISS, Imagine Dragons, Kenny Chesney, Drake and Tiësto. The venue has proven to be extremely versatile and has also played host to combat fights, comedy shows and award shows among other world-class entertainment. The Joint was a leader in Las Vegas’ residency rise with Carlos Santana’s “Supernatural Santana: A Trip through the Hits” in 2009.
As the venue celebrates a decade of rockin’ and rollin,’ here is a look at some of the numbers behind The Joint:
709: Number of shows played
4,699: Number of people The Joint can hold
22: Local and national awards won
42: Comedy shows performed
45: Rap / Hip-Hop / R & B Acts
52: Country Acts
74: Combat fights
392: Rock ’n’ Roll Acts
2,127: Hours of music played
1,140,850: Tickets sold
Bands that played The Joint the most: Santana, Rascal Flatts, Mötley Crüe, Guns N’ Roses, and Def Leppard
The Joint is welcoming a full slate of topnotch entertainment in 2019, including comedian Jeff Dunham (April 26); rapper Juice WRLD (May 3); Hollywood Vampires featuring Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp and Joe Perry (May 10); Grammy-nominated Snow Patrol (May 18); RBRM Bobby Brown + Bell Biv Devoe (June 15); American rockers Coheed and Cambria (June 28); the legendary Judas Priest (June 29) and the 6thAnnual Big Blues Bender will take over Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas bringing the biggest names in blues music during the four day event, Sept. 5-8. Additional performances will soon be announced.