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Banging on Pots and Vans

Banging on Pots and Vans
This summer, "America's Got Talent" finalists Recycled Percussion bring their unique "junk rock" to the Quad on the Las Vegas Strip.

Get ready for high-energy music made with pots, pans, power tools — everything including the kitchen sink. This summer, "America's Got Talent" finalists Recycled Percussion bring their unique "junk rock" to the Quad on the Las Vegas Strip (Saturdays through Thursdays at 7 p.m.).

The four-man team, composed of Justin Spencer, Ryan Vezina, Matt Bowman and Jason Davies, delivers a wild all-ages show featuring percussion instruments made up of stuff you're more likely to find at a junkyard than in a band room, including power tools, car parts, vacuums and jumbo aluminum ladders.

Combining heavy metal, punk, pop and hip-hop, Recycled Percussion offers an exciting interactive music experience unlike anything else on the Strip. Their extraordinary athleticism – they play drums upside down and even split a van in half – defies cartoon physics. Audience members get their own drumsticks so they can jam along.

Recycled Percussion
The Q Theater at the Quad Resort and Casino
3535 Las Vegas Blvd. South
(702) 777-2782
www.thequadlv.com

— Rianne Hill Soriano, Brand Publishing Writer

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