Las Vegas Monorail Hosts “Sound Check 3” Silent Rave May 17-18

Las Vegas Monorail Hosts “Sound Check 3” Silent Rave May 17-18
The world’s only silent rave aboard the Las Vegas Monorail returns for “Sound Check 3,” the third installment of this popular event. Once again, the versatile and convenient Las Vegas Strip transportation company has teamed up with nightlife enthusiasts YAYFRIENDS! in association with CVLT Photo, MNDST Productions and ZEROdB to offer an on-train private disco dance party where attendees wear headphones that tune into the DJ’s spinning tracks. 

Sound Check 3 takes place on two Monorail trains on each of two consecutive nights, providing more music and excitement than ever. Night One (May 17) will have a “90s Underground Rave” theme, while Night 2 will have a “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas” theme.

Proceeds from this event will be donated to the National Association of the Deaf. Sound Check was developed to provide the ability for the hearing impaired to restore music in their lives while enriching the local music community. More than 200 participants are expected to join the event.

WHO:

  • Las Vegas Monorail
  • YAYFRIENDS! – A local group of nightlife enthusiasts and production experts who are passionate about the Las Vegas community.
  • CVLT Photo
  • MNDST Productions
  • ZEROdB
  • Entertainment including: Donald Glaude, Church: Bass Worship, Nuphonic Rhythm, Rebel Scum, SMVSHBROZ, DJ Bratt, Ocean Grooves, NativeOrigin303, Artifractal, Dancetronauts, 106&Parker, MNTRA and more 

WHEN:

Thursday, May 17
6 p.m. – 2 a.m.

Friday, May 18
6 p.m. – 2 a.m.

Participants may join the event for as little or as long as they would like.

WHERE:
Harrah’s/ The LINQ Monorail Station (this is where guests exchange their donation and driver’s license for Sound Check 3’s special wireless headphones)

TICKETS:

Sound Check 3 Silent Rave on the Monorail
Tickets may be purchased for $1 (local’s fare) or $5 for non-Nevada residents; a minimum $20 donation will be collected for the specialized wireless headphone rental; guests are welcome to donate more to benefit the hearing impaired.

Local fares require valid Nevada ID and may be purchased at all Monorail customer service ticketing offices, which are open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the following stations: Bally’s/ Paris; Flamingo; Harrah’s/ The LINQ; Westgate; and SLS Las Vegas; ticketing offices inside the MGM Grand and Harrah’s remain open until 9 p.m.

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