Viva Las Vegas promoter to get honours at classic car show 

Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend written the side fin of a vintage car, black and white
VLV car. Photo: Julie Bergonz

Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman will present the Key to the City to Viva Las Vegas promoter Tom Ingram for his achievements and contributions to the entertainment industry at the Viva Las Vegas (VLV) Car Show in the city of Las Vegas, Nevada on Saturday.

The VLV Car Show is one of the largest classic car shows in North America. This year’s event features over 800 pre-1964 vintage cars, some of which are famous movie cars. The event showcases authentic vintage and vintage-style clothing and memorabilia from the 50s. The VLV pin-up Queen of the Car Show will be crowned during the Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend 25-year anniversary event.


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The lineup for the VLV Car Show part of Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend includes five bands: the Go Getters, The Rhythm Shakers, Big Sandy & the Flyrite Boys, The Surfrajettes, and The Royal Hounds.

The Key to the City presentation with Mayor Goodman happens on Saturday, April 16 during a special ceremony at 5 p.m. Kids 15 and under will be admitted to this event free of charge with their parents.


The five bands playing the VLV Car Show

The Go Getters are a band from Sweden whose music has been exciting audiences since the late 80s through their high-octane Rockabilly boogie, a mix of blues, rockabilly and country.

The Rhythm Shakers are a female-fronted band that plays late 50s/early 60s rock and roll while borrowing from 60s soul, blues and modern sounds. 

Big Sandy & the Flyrite Boys — Since the 80s, Robert “Big Sandy” Williams has played with several bands on the Southern California rockabilly and roots music scene before forming Big Sandy and the Fly-Rite Trio in 1988. Having toured the globe many times, they continue to be a fixture on the ever-changing Americana circuit.

The Surfrajettes are an all-female four-piece instrumental combo from Toronto, ON, Canada. Since late 2015, the band has charmed audiences with a mix of psychedelic rock and reverb-drenched surf music, sky-high beehives, go-go boots, and eyeliner as thick as their guitar strings.

The Royal Hounds are Nashville-based roots rock and roll trio who’ve been entertaining audiences across America, South America and Europe since 2011. With their third studio album Low Class Songs for High Class People (2019), they bring a unique approach to live music that includes rock and roll, country shredding, swing, honky-tonk, bass surfing, instrument swapping and on-stage antics.

by Cherryl Bird – Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Twitter @ladycbird | Instagram @cherrylbird

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