This weekend, in celebration of the downtown property’s first year in Las Vegas, the D Las Vegas hosted three massive concerts for thousands of fans on the Fremont Street Experience.
Uncle Kracker delivered a high-energy performance on Thursday night. Before inviting his fellow Detroiter to take the stage, the D CEO and owner Derek Stevens welcomed the crowd and said, “I’m so proud of what we have been able to do downtown in the past year. We’re just a small part of this great growth story and we’re only a part of it because you all are a part of it.”
Sporting a casual red V-neck and jeans, Uncle Kracker opened the show with his single “Nobody’s Sad on a Saturday Night” from his most recent album “Midnight Special.” The country rocker had fans singing along all night to hits “Follow Me,” “Drift Away,” “Smile” and more as well as covers of rock classics like Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “Sweet Home Alabama.”
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