Blink-182 Agrees to Residency at Palms Casino in Las Vegas - NBC Connecticut

Blink-182 Agrees to Residency at Palms Casino in Las Vegas

Tickets for the 16 shows scheduled for this year go on sale Friday

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    In this file photo, Travis Barker, Matt Skiba and Mark Hoppus of the band Blink-182 performs onstage on December 10, 2016 in Inglewood, California.

    Blink-182 will have regularly scheduled shows in Las Vegas starting in May after agreeing to a residency at a theater at the Palms casino-resort.

    The "pop-punk" band and the parent company of the casino-resort, Station Casinos, on Monday announced the series of shows.

    Palms general manager Jon Gray says the band is the "perfect fit for a true rock residency" at the property's Pearl Concert Theater.

    The venue can accommodate 2,500. Tickets for the 16 shows scheduled for this year go on sale Friday.

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    The residency is one of many pieces of the Palms' $620 million overhaul, which also includes a 29,000-square-foot nightclub, a day club, and restaurants in partnership with celebrity chefs Bobby Flay, Michael Symon and Marc Vetri.

    The property is west of the Las Vegas Strip.