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SteelHeart at Santa Fe Station

The metal rock band SteelHeart is headlining inside Chrome Showroom at Santa Fe Station on Valentine’s Day. Women can swoon over the vocals of frontman Miljenko Matijevic while their men rock out. The band will then move over to 4949 Lounge for a “Cupid is Stupid” afterparty. Free drink tickets will be handed out to anyone with a ticket from the SteelHeart show, or for those that bring a picture of an ex-boyfriend or ex-girlfriend for the “burn box.”

When: Saturday, Feb. 14, 2009
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Where: Santa Fe Station, 4949 N Rancho Dr., Las Vegas

Cost: $15

Age limit: 21+

Categories: Concert, Activities-Valentine's Day, North Las Vegas

Event posted Feb. 10, 2009
Last updated Feb. 10, 2009

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