The Cannery Casino & Hotel in North Las Vegas will host the Kool End of Summer Bash/Festival & Car Show featuring Gary Lewis & The Playboys (This Diamond Ring), The Brooklyn Bridge (Worst That Could Happen), The Rip Chords (Hey Little Cobra), 1910 Fruitgum Company (Yummy, Yummy, Yummy), and Izon Eden.

In partnership with the Las Vegas Cruisin' Association and the Mustang & Classic Ford Club of Las Vegas, the car show will include classic cars from the ‘50s, ‘60s, ‘70s and beyond. Those who wish to bring their classic car can enter at 3:00 p.m. or later behind The Cannery on Aerojet Way.

Cannery Casino & Hotel will host the inaugural event “Together We Can,” presented by Smith’s Food and Drug Stores, featuring a variety of gourmet action tasting stations to benefit Three Square Food Bank on Saturday, September 20, 2014 at 6 p.m. during Hunger Action Month.

The evening will feature keynote speaker Punam Mathur, who is currently a member of Three Square’s Board of Directors, with live musical performances by students from the Las Vegas Academy of Performing Arts.

Two rock n' roll giants, Randy Bachman and Fred Turner along with the musicians of legendary band Bachman-Turner Overdrive will be touring through North Las Vegas on Saturday, August 30, 2014 at 8:00 p.m. at the Cannery Casino & Hotel located at 2121 East Craig Road.

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Often referred to as the architect of Canadian rock n’ roll, there are few musicians who have penned as many anthemic rock tunes as Randy Bachman. Born in Winnipeg, Randy Bachman has become known for his talents as a guitarist, songwriter, performer and producer.

In the mid-'70s, Bachman earned his first colossal success with Winnipeg rock band The Guess Who, when their hit "American Woman" scored the No. 1 spot on the Billboard charts, a first for any Canadian act. He soared even further with Fred Turner in Bachman-Turner Overdrive, which became a musical phenomenon with extraordinary global success. At the pinnacle of their career, the band's distinctive brand of stripped-down, blue collar, meat 'n' potatoes rock headlined some of the biggest arenas in the world.