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Dee Jay Silver Set to Rev Up the Excitement at Cowboy Spring Break


LAS VEGAS — Following each night of bull riding before the main music acts take the stage, groundbreaking DJ, re-mixer, producer Dee Jay Silver is set to wow fans from the Monster Energy Cowboy Festival Main Stage with his unique country, hip hop, and rock mashups and remixes to get the party started during the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) Cowboy Spring Break weekend, taking place May 22-24 at MGM Resorts Village.

Silver, the first DJ signed to a major Nashville record label — RCA Nashville — will open for Montgomery Gentry on Friday, warm up the crowd for Ryan Bingham and Gary Allan on Saturday, and kick off the Clay Walker and The Band Perry concerts on Sunday.

Silver has played for millions at premier venues in major markets across the U.S., Canada and Mexico and recently launched a weekly syndicated country radio show called “The Country Club with Dee Jay Silver.” Memorial Day weekend he’ll be in Las Vegas to entertain PBR Fans:

Friday, May 22 @ 10 p.m.
Saturday, May 23 @ 8 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.
Sunday, May 24 @ 7 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.

“This weekend is going to be unreal,” Silver said. “I can’t wait to play for the PBR fans — some of the most enthusiastic in the business. Add pool parties, great food, great concerts and entertainment to the best bull riding in the world and even I can’t wait for the fun to begin!”

Cowboy Spring Break is the three-day PBR festival, featuring concerts, the Dock Dogs and Step Up Rail Jam, volleyball, VIP pool parties, mechanical bull riding, and the two-day PBR Last Cowboy Standing brought to you locally by Sonic. It’s the second major of the 2015 PBR Built Ford Tough Series, featuring the Top 50 bull riders in the world riding for a first place prize of $180,000.

Tickets for Cowboy Spring Break weekend and all of the activities are on sale now at all MGM Resorts ticket offices or concierge desks, all Ticketmaster locations or on-site at MGM Resorts Village on the day of the event. Tickets also can be purchased at ticketmaster.com or via phone at (800) 745-3000. A single day of concerts, excitement and the Last Cowboy Standing event starts at $50, with reserved seating and VIP reserved seating available for $125 and $225, respectively. Three-day packages are also available, starting as low as $99.

Special hotel room rates start as low as $45 at an MGM Resorts International property and can be booked by logging onto www.cowboyspringbreak.com.

For information about Cowboy Spring Break, also visit www.cowboyspringbreak.com.

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