The Las Vegas Wranglers’ fourth annual “Regrettable Tattoo Night” will take place on Saturday, Mar. 22, while the team faces off against the Colorado Eagles. The event itself will be hosted by Dirk Vermin and Rob Ruckus (pictured), as seen on “Bad Ink” on A&E, followed by a free post-game concert from Great American Taxi immediately after the game.
During the game, local patrons will receive the chance to have their “regrettable tattoos” judged by A&E stars Vermin, owner of the local Pussykat Tattoo Parlor, and Ruckus. Contestants with the most troublesome ink will take the ice during the first intermission where the “Bad Ink” stars, with help from the fans, will decide who will be crowned owner of the night’s most regrettable tattoo. The winner will receive a certificate for one free tattoo from Vermin himself.
Fans can enter the contest by emailing a photo of their tattoo to firstname.lastname@example.org, posting it to the Wranglers’ facebook page LasVegasWrangers or tweeting it to @WranglersLV. Applicants must be sure to include their name and phone number in their submissions.
The event will also feature the third free post-game concert of the 2013-14 season as Great American Taxi will take the stage immediately following the game. All ticketed patrons are invited to stay for the concert, which boasts the Americana, Rock n’ Roll, Jamband and traditional roots sounds of Great American Taxi.
According to Vintage Guitar Magazine, the traveling five-piece band boasts a “giddy combination of boogie, blues, bluegrass, nu-grass and honky-tonk…” and “is as readily infectious and genuinely freewheeling as its eclectic content might imply.” The band, which released their debut album in 2007, has also seen two of their records achieve top-20 status on the American Radio charts, with 2010’s Reckless Habits coming in at Number 12 and Paradise Lost (2008) hitting as high as Number eight.
For more information on Great American Taxi, visit their website.
Group tickets for the Wranglers’ 11th season are on sale now, and offer a great way to check out Regrettable Tattoo Night and Great American Taxi at a great price! With five different event options for groups of 10 or more, a Wranglers game is the perfect way to celebrate with friends, host a unique corporate outing, or fundraise for your organization. Groups can save 35 percent off regular game-day ticket prices, and luxury packages start at just $300 with food and drink options available. For more information, contact the Wranglers front office at (702) 471-7825 or visit wranglers.co. Don’t forget to find the Wranglers on Facebook and follow @WranglersLV on Twitter for the latest updates.