Smash Magazine Presents


5001, Trash Kingdom, Paria Badd, Eric Wayne, Eddie Jayy, Wolf Dotson, Brodie

Sat ยท December 16, 2017

8:00 pm

Backstage Bar & Billiards

Las Vegas, Nevada

$12.00 - $13.00

This event is 21 and over

Price: General Admission Advance $12.00 , General Admission Day of Show $13.00
All General Admission tickets are Standing Room Only. Bar Seating is first come, first served.

All guests MUST have a valid government state issued ID for entry to the venue.
ONLY the card holder with a valid photo ID can pick up will call tickets, unless transferred.

Tickets purchased at the box office with a Credit Card are subject to a $1+ processing fee.
The ticket price includes a 9% Live Entertainment Tax as assessed by the state of Nevada.

Backstage Bar is a smoking approved venue, please be aware if you are sensitive to smoke.

No Re-Entry is allowed to control our capacity. Should you leave, your ticket is no longer valid.

Advertised Event Time is when the doors will open, subject to change if there are any delays.
Advertised Set Times are subject to change, please Download our mobile app for updates.

Eddie Jayy
Eddie Jayy
Born and raised in the 702, Eddie Jayy, was fortunate to grow up surrounded by the entertainment capital. Bright lights, fame, status, hedonism, success, all byproducts of the allure that is Sin City.
Raised by two pastors and an ordained minister at age 19 Jayy, witnessed both sides of the same story through his faith based upbringing and struggle for self image in a city diametrically opposed to how he was raised.
The paradox gave him a cultural perspective on love, life and faith that proved to define his artistry.
Choosing his own path, Jayy left organized religion to "preach" to a different crowd. A generation not looking for approval but identity. His music is influenced by pain, love, loss and triumph. Molding a criteria that all people can relate to.
The Sin City White Knight is more than a handle, its an intentional paradox and witty self description. White Knight is Jayy's self proclaimed middle finger to society. Implying that no gender roles, upbringing, social barriers, or racial stigmas define our lives. Only the choices we make create our worth and identity. Culture does not dictate our development but our stories define culture. "Its more than music, it is a cultural movement."
Venue Information:
Backstage Bar & Billiards
601 E Fremont St
Las Vegas, Nevada, 89101