@Reynolds Hall at The Smith Center for Performing Arts | Tickets $40.50 + Taxes & Fees | Tickets
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About Bobby Bones & The Raging Idiots…. It’s Just The Two Of Us…sorry! at The Smith Center for Performing Arts
Beloved musical-comedy group “Bobby Bones & The Raging Idiots” has gained a worldwide following with its playful and satirical tunes taking cues from pop music and social trends. Led by Bobby Bones, acclaimed stand-up comedian and host of the nationally syndicated “The Bobby Bones Show,” The Raging Idiots evolved from a fake opener for his stand-up act into a comedic band that performed for charity events. With the group performing nearly 40 shows raising more than $2 million for various charities, it has gone on to record wildly popular musical-comedy albums. Its all-new album, “EP LIVE FROM BOSTON,” is slated for a highly anticipated release this year. With top Nashville songwriters contributing to its original songs, the group has shared the stage with country stars such as Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Garth Brooks, Brad Paisley and Toby Keith. A comedy duo, The Raging Idiots also includes popular radio personality Producer Eddie from “The Bobby Bones Show.”
“The Bobby Bones Show” broadcasts to nearly 140 stations and remains the No. 1 country-music morning show, with millions of weekly listeners. The show has received three Academy of Country Music Awards for National On-Air Personality of the Year, as well as a Country Music Association Award for National Broadcast Personality of the Year. The show also earned Bones the title of youngest-ever inductee into the prestigious National Radio Hall of Fame.
Don’t miss a sidesplitting evening that will have audiences laughing and singing in their seats.
Opening Act: Emma Klein
VIP seats are in Orchestra Center, Rows AA & BB.
About The Smith Center
To inspire artists, audiences, and our diverse community through great performances, enriching experiences, and engaging educational programming.
From the very beginning, The Smith Center was envisioned as a world-class performing arts center that would develop and present the best and brightest in a broad range of first-rate programming and unite the residents of our community. A collection of venues that could both host the world’s finest performances from Broadway shows to world-class concerts, and support and encourage local artists. We wanted to bring the fine art of the world to Downtown Las Vegas, and bring the art of Downtown to the world.
Before ground had even been broken in Symphony Park, The Smith Center was projected to make history with this new cultural complex in Southern Nevada; it would enable Southern Nevada to take its place on an international stage, celebrating artistic excellence, education and culture from around the world.
The great ambition to develop a nationally-renowned performing arts center urged The Smith Center’s design team to visit venues across North America and Europe in 2007 in order to study some of the world’s finest opera houses, concert halls and performance venues. After they toured multiple historic venues including Palais Garnier in Paris, the Musikverein in Vienna and La Scala in Milan, they came together to collaborate their findings and design The Smith Center for the Performing Arts.
The Smith Center’s board of directors passionately worked on this project for more than a decade. While the board of directors has since changed, the original board when The Smith Center opened its doors in 2012 was composed of the following 18 exceptional individuals; Chairman Donald D. Snyder, Vice Chairman Dr. Keith G. Boman, Secretary Kim Sinatra, Treasurer Charles L. Atwood, Gary N. Jacobs, Senator Richard Bryan, Alan M. Feldman, Robert Forbuss, Nancy Houssels, Scott Y. MacTaggart, Richard H. Plaster, Johnathan S. Halkyard, Jacqulyn C. Shropshire, Roger P. Thomas, Rose Mckinney-James, Sig Rogich, Diana Bennett, and Cedric Crear.
Myron G. Martin, who has remained The Smith Center’s President and CEO from the beginning, has an extensive background in production and performing arts center management.
The Smith Center is funded by a public-private partnership.
Public Sector: The city of Las Vegas provided land, infrastructure, environmental clean-up, and parking to the project and the city of Las Vegas, Clark County and State Legislature collaborated on a car rental fee that resulted in a bond of $105 million – a combined City commitment total of $170 million.
Private Sector: In 2005, The Donald W. Reynolds Foundation granted the project a landmark gift of $50 million in honor of their chairman, Fred W. Smith, and his wife, Mary. This incredible donation led our private funding campaign. Since then, the Reynolds Foundation has continued their generosity, pledging an additional $100 million grant to help complete the campus. This gift is the largest philanthropic donation in state history, and combined with their initial contribution, makes it the second largest donation to the performing arts in the United States.
These amazing private and public donations were essential to the production of the awe-inspiring center that we have today, and it is donations that The Smith Center continues to receive from a variety of companies, organizations, and private citizens that keep the center thriving today in the heart of our culturally-evolving city. Our vision of a world-class arts center has come true, and we have the art-loving community of Downtown Las Vegas to thank for it.