Clutch Comes to Vegas to Rock the Brooklyn Bowl to Its Foundation


Clutch will be coming to Las Vegas next Friday night at the Brooklyn Bowl, and whether you are a fan of theirs right now or not, when you go see these guys live, you WILL be. 

I had the honor of seeing them play with Coheed and Cambria in front of about 250 people in Arizona like 10 years ago, and I can tell you that Clutch comes HARD in their live show.

The official statement reads below, make sure to get your tickets here:

LAS VEGAS (Jan. 18, 2022) – Brooklyn Bowl is thrilled to welcome the iconic  American rock band Clutch to the stage for an exclusive, one-night engagement on Friday, March 25.

Founded in Germantown, Maryland in 1991, the band has been a rock mainstay for over three decades—boasting an impressive twelve studio albums, multiple rarities and countless live albums.

Clutch quickly developed a dedicated local following by consistently booking local gigs, before releasing their debut EP “Pitchfork” in 1991. The band’s self-titled sophomore quickly became a commercial success—charting #33 on Billboard’s 1995 Top Heatseekers chart. Recently the group reached a major milestone, releasing their tenth album “Earth Rocker” that was instantly met with high praise—topping the iTunes rock chart and debuting 15th on Billboard’s Top 200 chart. With a thirteenth album expected to release in early 2022, Clutch will be bringing a brand-new experimental sound to their energetic performances.

Tickets for Clutch at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas will go on sale online on Friday, Jan. 21 at 10 a.m. PST. Venue pre-sale is available starting Thursday, Jan. 20 at 10 a.m. PST.

With the health and safety of guests a top priority, all Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas patrons are required to present either proof of COVID-19 vaccination, with their final dose at least 14 days prior to the show, or proof of negative test obtained 72 hours prior to the show, in order to enter the venue. For more information, please visit

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