Thirty Seconds to Mars in Vegas

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Photos: Karen Mandall
Photos: Karen Mandall

Thirty Seconds to Mars played their final U.S. tour date of the year for a sold-out crowd at Boulevard Pool at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on Saturday night. Special guest DJ Crykit hyped up the crowd before Thirty Seconds to Mars’ frontman Jared Leto took over the mophie stage performing a string of the band’s hits including “Do Or Die,” “This Is War” and “Closer To The Edge.” Midway through the energetic set, Leto stopped the show to make sure all three members of the trio had a moment on the 65-foot digital marquee that overlooks the Las Vegas Strip. The Oscar-winning actor then moved into the audience, continuing with “Kings And Queens.” Leto also treated the adoring crowd to an acoustic set, playing fan-favorites “ATTACK” and “Hurricane.” Since the band’s start in 1998, Thirty Seconds to Mars has sold over five million albums worldwide and won the Guinness World Record for “Longest Concert Tour By A Rock Band.”

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