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Muddfest

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On Oct. 19, 2019, get ready to rock in downtown Vegas with Muddfest featuring Puddle of Mudd, Saliva, Trapt, Saving Abel and Tantric. This killer line-up bands hits the 3rd Street stage (near The D, Four Queens and Fremont casino) at 7:30 p.m.

Puddle of Mudd

This hard-rocking slate is headed up by Puddle of Mudd, the post-grunge band out of Kansas City, Missouri.

The band has sold more than seven million albums. Their major label debut, “Come Clean,” sold more than five million copies.

his hard-rocking slate is headed up by Puddle of Mudd, the post-grunge band out of Kansas City, Missouri.

Saliva

Saliva hit the scene in in 2001 with “Every Six Seconds,” a certified double platinum-selling album, containing the hits “Click Click Boom” and 2002 Grammy-nominated, “Your Disease.”

Their “Back in to Your System” album had the hits “Always,” “Raise Up” and the Nikki Sixx co-written, “Rest in Pieces.”

Trapt

Trapt formed in Los Gatos, California in 1995. The band is best-known for their chart-topping 2002 single, “Headstrong.”

The group features lead vocalist Chris Taylor Brown, bassist Peter “Pete” Charell, drummer Brendan Hengle, and guitarist David Sudock.

The band has released seven studio albums to-date: “Amalgamation,” “Trapt,” “Someone in Control,” “Only Through the Pain,” “No Apologies,” “Reborn” and 2016’s “DNA.”

Saving Abel

Southern rock band Saving Abel has had a string of popular songs: “Addicted,” “18 Days” and “Drowning.

Their sophomore album, “Miss America,” resulted in “Sex is Good” and “Stupid Girl.”

Here’s their hit, “Addicted.”

Tantric

Louisville-based post grunge rock group Tantric has defined itself through six studio albums as a groove-laden, guitar-rich rock band with dense vocal harmonies and infectious vocal melodies.

Frontman Hugo Ferreira’s unique soulful baritone vocals are a key element of the signature Tantric sound.

The bands songs include “Breakdown,” “Astounded,” “Mourning,” “Hey Now,” “The Chain” and “After We Go.”