LAS VEGAS, Dec. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- As thousands upon thousands descend upon Las Vegas for the National Finals Rodeo, country music fans find themselves paralyzed with an abundance of entertainment options. Voted Best Country Bar, Stoney's Rockin' Country, inside Town Square on Las Vegas Blvd, is where country lives in Las Vegas and NFR time is no different.
Opening weekend, Olivia Lane and Brodie Stewart take the stage Friday December 2nd and Olivia Lane is back on Saturday December 3rd at Stoney's Rockin' Country. "Olivia puts on a great show so we had to have her back to play NFR. The audience loves her, she plays music our dancers can dance too," says Stoney's owner, Chris Lowden. "We knew we had to have some great talent to compete with all of the country options during NFR so in addition to Olivia Lane, Love & Theft is coming back to play the Stoney's stage again on Friday December 9th," continued Lowden. This will be the third time the "Angel Eyes" singers will take the Stoney's stage. "Stephen and Eric bring such high energy every time they play. They were a definite must have for NFR," Lowden said. When asked about all of the pop up country attractions during NFR, Lowden was very clear, "country lives at Stoney's in Las Vegas. We are not catering to the flavor of the week because NFR is here. Stoney's is country in Las Vegas. We are authentic. We are proud members of the Academy of Country music and the Country Music Association. We are a year-round place for up and coming country artists to take the stage. So, if people are looking for good country music and a great experience, then Stoney's is the obvious choice for any rodeo after party." In addition to the live music, Stoney's offers free line dancing lessons, mechanical bull riding, beer pong, pool tables, industry leading DJs, nightly promotions and drink specials, and a 2,000 square foot dance floor so rodeo goers and country music fans can line dance and two-step until their heart is content.