Taking a break from pre-production on his kinky horror sequel Strangeland 2: Disciple, Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider stormed Sin City to remind folks why clowns are so damn creepy... by joining up with an entirely new (but no less bizarre) spectacle known to Vegas denizens as Monster Circus. Get the lowdown after the jump!
As described in their MySpace bio, Monster Circus raises the roof six nights a month at the Las Vegas Hilton, for a show that “combines a high-octane live rock concert with sexy dancers, human circus acts, aerialists, freaks... and of course, a tour bus full of platinum certified rock stars.”
Overseen by pierced & painted lunatic mascot Sicko The Clown, the show features an ever-revolving roster of rock veterans, including former KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick, Quiet Riot's Rudy Sarzo, John Corabi of Mötley Crüe, Cinderella's Fred Coury and Tony Montana of Great White. The constantly changing set-list is usually determined by the guests who enter the ring, often based on a nightly theme of a single artist or band. According to Snider's official site, the singer joined the company as its headlining guest for March, and will be appearing at all performances through the end of the month.
If you're planning on partying in Vegas somewhere between March 26-28 (and assuming there's any Vegas left standing after Puscifer finished with it last month), you can still get tickets through the Hilton website www.lvhilton.com. If you manage to pony up the 86 bucks for the Rock Star VIP pass, you'll get on-stage seating, photo ops with the band and admittance to the meet-and-greet after-party.