Neon Reverb update: Important changes to Saturday’s lineup

Las Vegas band We Are Pancakes plays its last show at Neon Reverb 2018.

If you're planning on attending tonight's Neon Reverb festival shows, please be aware of these last-minute changes caused by weather and other unpredictable circumstances.

The Rabbit Hole at Velveteen Rabbit: The show is moving inside the venue, and the cover charge is waived. The set times, as listed on the festival website, remain the same. If you've purchased tickets for this show, please visit Ticketfly for a refund.

Part Time at Beauty Bar: This showcase is cancelled, though some of the bands from its lineup, including Part Time itself, will join the existing bill at the Bunkhouse Saloon. The new Bunkhouse lineup is as follows:

Part Time, 1 a.m.

Girl Ray, midnight

The American Weather, 11 p.m.

Bad Girls' Smoking Lounge, 10 p.m.

We Are Pancakes, 9 p.m.

Tickets for this show are now $10, discounted from $15 due to the rain and inconvenience. Unfortunately, Glass Pools and Ang Kerfoot will not be able to play due to the logistical issues of combining two showcases (though according to festival organizers, the bands have been paid for their trouble, and both are understanding and supportive of the last-minute changes). And on a saddening note, tonight's show by We Are Pancakes will be the band's last; after tonight's show, they're splitting up. If you're a fan, this is your last chance to come out and show them some love.

Ticket holders who have paid full price for tonight's Beauty Bar/Bunkhouse showcase will have $5 of their purchase price refunded, in cash, at the Bunkhouse door.

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