CTC Confirmed for IEA Concert @ Henderson Pavilion

Posted: March 4, 2009 in Band, control the chaos, heavy metal, IEA, Las Vegas, live, molten metal, rock, rock the economy, show, teen

CTC Confirmed for IEA Concert @ Henderson Pavilion
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March 4, 2009 (Las Vegas, NV – USA)
Today, the Independent Entertainer’s Association released it’s official “Rock the Economy” concert line-up – a free, all-day, ALL AGES event. Las Vegas teen metal band, “Control the Chaos” has been officially announced on the roster, joining other local Vegas acts such as Neon Nightmare, Erudite, Code Name Scully, etc for the April 4th concert event which will be hosted at the Henderson Pavilion (Henderson, NV).

Artists performing will span multiple genres and entertainment including Rock, R&B, hip-hop, reggae, alternative and dance performances. The event will also be hosted by industry influencers: Steve Eggleston from Vegas Rocks magazine and Joy LaShaun from radio station KCEP 88.1.

“Being a part of this historic event to help revitalize the local economy is an incredible opportunity for CTC to give our community support as well as showcase the band’s talent at a major venue. We’re thrilled to be invited to participate and we’re anxious to debut some of the new material the band has recently completed. This will be a great family event and we’re proud to be involved as an IEA VIP member,” states Ed Fassio, General Manager of Control the Chaos and founder of Itchy Metal Entertainment.

For more information about the Independent Entertainer’s Association (IEA), check out: http://www.iea.biz

For more information about the Rock the Economy concert/tour:

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