Following a stream of sold-out shows at Wynn Las Vegas in 2019, rock legend John Fogerty will return to Encore Theater this fall with his all-new “Travelin’ Band” show. Performing his Creedence Clearwater Revival hits, Fogerty will take the stage on select nights from Oct. 6 – 16. Tickets for all six shows go on sale Thursday, May 27 at 10 a.m. PT.
“Las Vegas! I can’t wait to be back at Wynn,” said Fogerty. “This will be my fourth year playin’ at Encore Theater. It’s good to be back with my Las Vegas family. It’s gonna be a big celebration. I can’t think of a better way than to throw a rock and roll party playin’ all my hits for you.”
Performance Dates: Oct. 6, 9-10, 13, 15-16; 8 p.m.
Public On-Sale: Thursday, May 27, 2021 at 10 a.m. PT
Price: $69.50-$250 plus applicable fees
Points Of Purchase: Wynn Las Vegas Box Office (702-770-9966) or www.ticketmaster.com
With a successful music career spanning more than 60 years, Fogerty is known around the world for chart-topping hits such as “Proud Mary,” “Centerfield,” “Fortunate Son” and more. Aside from music, Fogerty dedicates much of his time to supporting veterans throughout Las Vegas and across the country, and in recognition of these endeavors, granted the key to the Las Vegas Strip during his November 2019 run at Wynn Las Vegas.
In December 2020, Fogerty's iconic songbook of Creedence Clearwater Revival's Chronicle Vol. 1 reached the milestone of charting for over 500 weeks on the Billboard 200, becoming only the eighth album to ever do so. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer's iconic songs also took on new life in the form of his "Fogerty's Factory" performance series accompanied by his three children, in which they performed reimagined classics on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and NPR's Tiny Desk. These performances were later released as a new album called Fogerty's Factory on BMG last November. In early January 2021, Fogerty released his first new original solo music in eight years, “Weeping In The Promised Land.” The song is Fogerty's definitive look back at 2020, ultimately serving as a moving tribute to those who had been affected by the pandemic, as well as those who have suffered through prejudice and injustice, with an eye on brighter days ahead.