In Its Entirety Concert Series at Red Rock Casino Resort Spa

UPDATE: The In Its Entirety performers will play Electronic Light Orchestra’s Greatest Hits this Friday, August 14th, doors open at 10:00PM. Get your tickets now, while there’s still time! If that wasn’t enough, they’re also playing the very best songs from Styx’ catalog of music.

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You’ve probably shelled out hard earned money to go see a tribute band that didn’t live up to the promise. Maybe the vocals were off, or they played a set list of songs that weren’t your favorites.

It doesn’t have to be that way. What if you could go see classic albums from the past, performed from beginning to end by accomplished world-class musicians? Well, you can!

The Answer:

The In Its Entirety series of shows are now playing live at the Rocks Lounge inside Red Rock Casino Resort Spa. Hear your favorite albums reproduced live by premier musicians. No more disappointment and it’s great fun for all ages (accompanied by an adult.)

The series kicked off February 13th with The Dark Side of the Moon by Pink Floyd. Check out the highlight video below for a sample of what you missed!

Did you see:

The latest show performed by famous Beatles tribute band The Fab? This production was a smashing success, bringing in Beatles fans from all over Las Vegas and beyond. The April 10th show featured the Beatles’ eighth album, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, which included the classics “With a Little Help from my Friends,” “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds,” as well as the title track. If you made the show and appreciated the quality of Cam Konicek’s vocals as Paul McCartney, be sure to check out the upcoming Best of Paul McCartney show on July 10th!

We were fortunate to get an interview with Performer/Producer John Menniti, who helped bring In Its Entirety to life.

Interview with John Menniti, Founder of In Its Entirety

Benjamin Barber. What’s your favorite band in the series and why?

John Menniti. {Laughs} That’s like asking me who’s my favorite child. I love them all. Really, they’re all great.

BB. You have different bands for each album you cover. Can you tell us a little about them?

JM. So as you know, we have The Fab, the best sounding Beatles band in the world. Cam Konicek is the voice of Paul McCartney, and he’s world-class. We also have Vegas Limit, who does a lot of our rock shows like Led Zeppelin, AC/DC, stuff like that. We also have the In Its Entirety Band who play our Pink Floyd shows and do a great Chicago cover as well. Another upcoming show will feature Journey Unlimited – The Tribute. Their lead singer, Michael Flynn sounds more like Steve Perry than anyone in the world… besides Steve Perry {laughs}.

BB. How long does it take a band to master an album?

JM. Well, you know these are classic albums, you’re going to hear the songs you love, so these guys, they’re world-class musicians, they’ve been playing these titles for years. It’s very polished, very professional. You’re not going to hear anything that came out this week and think “I don’t know this song, time to go grab a beer!” But if you really want to be impressed, Vegas Limit does an All Request Live show where the audience texts in requests and they play them on the spot. It’s a very interactive format and people really love it. The great thing about all our bands in they are accomplished top-tier musicians. For any given show we may plug a performer in here or there, swap some out, and we can recreate a wide spectrum of bands. It’s really unbelievable.

BB. Any inside info on new shows being added to the series?

JM. Well I probably shouldn’t talk about it, but we have an awesome tribute to the band Boston. But it’s all very preliminary and we’re still in negotiations, so that’s all I can really say.

BB. John, thank you for your time and we look forward to seeing you guys live at Red Rock for the Zeppelin show.

JM. My pleasure, Benjamin. Just one thing before we go, all of our Red Rock shows have sold out either the day before or the day of the show, so, of course, we don’t want to discourage anyone from showing up the day of the show, but definitely try to book your tickets early so you don’t miss out. The Zeppelin show is one you don’t want to miss!

You heard the man, book your tickets early! Also if you’re a fan of Boston and want to see them added to the lineup, show your support in the comments or on the In Its Entirety Facebook page.

Future In Its Entirety Shows

Led Zeppelin IV

On Friday, May 8th, Vegas Limit will recreate one of the best selling albums of all times, Led Zeppelin IV. Flashback to 1971, and pull out your air guitar! If “Stairway to Heaven,” and “Going to California,” don’t get you groovin’, you must be a square, man! Tickets went on sale March 27th and can be had for a mere $15 (plus applicable fees and taxes).

Journey’s Greatest Hits Album

“Don’t Stop Believing” in “The Wheel in the Sky” because it keeps on turning with this energetic recreation of the greatest Hits album from the legendary American rock band, Journey. Lead singer Michael Flynn’s amazing voice recreates all their classic hits such as “Any Way You Want It” and “Faithfully” with all the grace and grandeur of Steve Perry at his finest. Journey’s Greatest Hits will be performed Friday, June 12 in the Rocks Lounge at 7:30PM. All ages are welcome (accompanied by Adult, please).

The Best of Paul McCartney

This show continues the greatest hits theme, bringing the music of Beatles lead singer Paul McCartney to the Rocks Lounge on Friday July 10th at 7:30 PM. Fans of the earlier Beatles show will be sure to want to mark this one on their calendars to witness Cam Konicek’s recreation of Paul McCartney’s classic vocals!


Tickets can be bought at any Station Casinos Rewards center, or you can see all of our concerts in Las Vegas and book online. Tickets are $15 plus fees and taxes.

You can also find tickets at Ticketmaster.

Come join us and relive your youth through the music that made those years special. More shows are on the way so check back for new listings..

Past Shows

Dark Side of the Moon | Pink Floyd

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