• Gipsy Kings

    Friday, September 5

    Due to overwhelming demand, French super-group, the Gipsy Kings, will return to Revel Casino Hotel’s Ovation Hall with their signature progressive and virtuosic flamenco on Friday, September 5. Showtime is 8pm. It has been twenty-five years since the Gipsy Kings captured the world's imagination with their self-titled debut album—a record that became a genuine phenomenon, certified gold and platinum around the globe. The record introduced millions of listeners to the Gipsy King’s unique, irresistible blend of traditional flamenco styles with Western pop and Latin rhythms. Since then, the band has toured virtually non-stop, to the farthest-flung corners of the planet, and sold almost twenty million albums, all the while retaining the same line-up of virtuoso musicians. The Gipsy Kings will return to Revel to perform SAVOR FLAMENCO, their ninth studio album and first new release in six years. The project marks the first time in their storied career that the Kings have produced themselves and written all of the material. Over the years, the music of the Kings incorporated elements of Latin and Cuban styles, Arabic music, reggae, and jazz guitar reminiscent of the French Gypsy master Django Reinhardt. Yet, as heard on the new album, they have never lost their intense connection to the traditional flamenco of their heritage, keeping a spotlight on Tonino Baliardo's fluid guitar work and Nicolas Reyes's powerful vocals. This broad cultural mix has enabled the Gipsy Kings to be embraced wherever they play—from China to Brazil, New Orleans to Russia, Australia to Africa. Tickets are $65, $85 and $125 and go on sale April 11. Tickets can be purchased at all Ticketmaster locations, online at and by calling 800-745-3000.

  • Sublime with Rome

    Friday, July 11

    Sublime with Rome, the musical collaboration of former Sublime band members and guitarist Rome Ramirez, will perform at Ovation Hall at Revel on Friday, July 11, at 8 p.m. Over twenty years after forming legendary ska-punk band Sublime, band co-founder/bass player Eric Wilson met another singer/guitarist that would deeply affect his life. That musician was Rome Ramirez. In Wilson's own words, "this kid could play guitar like a mofo and he's got a platinum voice." Incidentally, Wilson had previously reserved that same description for his former Sublime bandmate, the late Bradley Nowell. Formed in Long Beach, CA, in 1988, Sublime delivered an irresistible blend of ska, reggae, punk, surf rock, and hip-hop that captured the imagination of fans around the world. Over the course of its three albums -- 1992's double-platinum "40oz. to Freedom," 1994's gold "Robbin' the Hood," and 1996's 6x-platinum self-titled major-label debut -- the band has sold more than 17 million albums worldwide. Nowell died of a drug overdose two months prior to the release of "Sublime," which reached No. 13 on the Billboard Top 200, sold six million copies, and spawned such hits as "What I Got," "Santeria," and "Wrong Way," which remain radio staples across the country. Profoundly affected by Nowell's death, Wilson never considered performing the group's music live without their frontman. It took the talent and enthusiasm of Rome Ramirez -- a genial, 25-year-old newcomer and gifted songwriter and musician -- to change that. Tickets are $35, $45 and $55 and go on sale March 28 at noon. Tickets can be purchased at all Ticketmaster locations, online at and by calling 800-745-3000.

  • The Fab Faux

    Saturday, October 25

    With a commitment to the accurate reproduction of The Beatles' repertoire, The Fab Faux treat the seminal music with unwavering respect, and are known for their painstaking recreations of the songs (with emphasis on the later works never performed live by the Beatles). Far beyond a cover band, they play the music of The Beatles so impeccably that one must experience it to believe it. Imagine hearing complex material like "Strawberry Fields Forever" or "I Am the Walrus" performed in complete part-perfect renditions; or such harmony-driven songs as "Because", "Nowhere Man", and "Paperback Writer", reproduced not only note- for-note, but with extra vocalists to achieve a double-tracked effect. The musical virtuosity of The Fab Faux – in actuality five of the hardest working musicians in NYC – completely up-ends the concept of a Beatles tribute band. Far beyond being extended sets of cover versions, their astounding shows are an inspired re-discovery of the Beatles’ musical magic, as The Fab Faux tackles the group’s most demanding material live onstage in a way that has to be experienced to be believed. Tickets start at $30 and go on sale March 14 at noon. Tickets can be purchased at all Ticketmaster locations, online at or by calling 800-745-3000.

  • Death Cab for Cutie

    Sunday, May 25

    Death Cab for Cutie with special guests Titus Andronicus will perform live in concert at Ovation Hall at Revel this Memorial Day Weekend on Sunday, May 25th. Tickets start at $35 and go on sale March 14 at noon. Tickets can be purchased at all Ticketmaster locations, online at or by calling 800-745-3000

  • The Avett Brothers

    Saturday, June 7

    “The Avett Brothers will take the stage in Ovation Hall on Saturday, June 7th. The Avett Brothers begin another new era of folk with their seventh full-length album, and first for American Recordings/Republic Records, The Carpenter. Produced by the legendary Rick Rubin and recorded in North Carolina and Malibu, it's an artful distillation of classic homegrown folk, rock energy, bluegrass soul and pop charm. In 2009, the group made mainstream waves with their lauded major label debut, I and Love and You. It landed at #16 on the Billboard Top 200 and garnered unanimous critical acclaim from Rolling Stone, Paste, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and Time, who even dubbed it one of Top 10 albums of the year. In addition to touring tirelessly, they gave memorable performances on the Late Show with David Letterman, the Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon as well as during a feature spot on the PBS series Austin City Limits. In 2001, banjoist Scott Avett and guitarist Seth Avett formed The Avett Brothers with standup bass player Bob Crawford. Growing up in Concord, NC, the boys immersed themselves in their musician dad's record collection, falling in love with Bob Dylan, Neil Young, and Crosby, Stills & Nash. Since then, they've become genre stalwarts over the course of six albums, including 2007's acclaimed Emotionalism. However, The Carpenter is the group's richest and most rewarding record yet. The next chapter for The Avett Brothers has commenced. Tickets start at $45 and go on sale March 14 at noon. Tickets can be purchased at all Ticketmaster locations, online at or by calling 800-745-3000.

  • Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo + Rick Springfield

    Saturday, July 5

    Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo will join Rick Springfield in Ovation Hall on Saturday, July 5th as part of a co-headlined tour throughout the United States. Ticket prices are $89.50, $59.50, $49.50. Tickets are on sale this Friday at 12pm at the Revel Box Office and all Ticketmaster locations.

  • Alice in Chains

    Friday, May 9

    Revel is pleased to announce hard-rock band, Alice in Chains, will bring their tour to Ovation Hall on Friday, May 9, at 9 p.m. Opening for the rockers will be Canadian rock group, Monster Truck. In the style of Black Sabbath and "dark rock," Alice in Chains' heavy metal acoustical style overlays an undercurrent of doomsday and nihilistic themes, a fascination with death and drugs which nonetheless, after their debut with Facelift in 1990, lifted them to platinum status in 1992 with their second album, Dirt. The undercover tension between vocalist Layne Staley and guitarist Jerry Cantrell was enough to keep Alice off the road circuit and very nearly caused the disbanding of the group. But, with their release of "Would?" in the summer of 1992, Alice in Chains was repackaged as an alternative band, "Would?" being followed later that fall by their album "Dirt." By the end of 1993, Alice had another platinum record under their belts. Despite internal conflicts, Alice in Chains joined the 1993 Lollapolooza Tour, and released "Jar of Flies" in 1994. The subsequent years, studio sequestered, brought about a third album in 1995 "Alice in Chains," which featured the textural wizardry of Jerry Cantrell, though maintained the same despairing lyrical themes of despair. In 1996 Alice finally appeared publicly performing for, and cutting as an album, an episode for MTV Unplugged. Tickets start at $49 and go on sale January 31 at noon. Tickets can be purchased at all Ticketmaster locations, online at and by calling 800-745-3000.

  • Rusted Root & The Wailers

    Saturday, May 24

    The Wailers will co-headline a concert with Rusted Root at The Social at Revel on Saturday, May 24 at 8 p.m. There is no more legendary band in Jamaican music history than The Wailers. Formed in 1969, the group has created an extraordinary body of work whose echoes are heard in every corner of the world today. Original members included the man hailed as “The Artist of the 20th Century,” Bob Marley and his vocal partners Bunny Wailer and Peter Tosh, alongside the ground-breaking rhythm section of the Barrett brothers, Carlton on drums and Aston on bass. The anchor of the band is Aston “Family Man” Barrett, who was co-producer on many of Bob Marley's records and was responsible for almost all of the bass lines on Marley's hits. Today Aston leads the band as it continues its worldwide campaign of promoting peace, love and equality through the message of reggae and Rastafari. Together with Bob Marley, The Wailers have sold over 250 million albums and have played to an estimated 24 million people across the globe. To mark the 30th Anniversary of the release of The Wailers’ iconic album, Legend, the band is touring the US in 2014, performing Legend in its entirety. Named by Time Magazine as the "Best Album of the 20th Century" and #46 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time, Legend is also the best-selling reggae album of all-time, with over 30 million copies sold worldwide. Having collaborated with one another for two decades, Rusted Root, has honed the perfect combination of musical intuition, freedom and virtuosity, which has allowed them to organically shape their music into their own distinct and undeniable vision. With eight albums under their belt, over three million records sold worldwide and countless nights on the road, Rusted Root, transcends age, generations, cultures and musical genres. Rusted Root has established itself as a major touring entity, headlining venues all across America and Canada. Famous for their unique fusion of acoustic, rock and world music, a dynamite percussion section that draws from African, Latin American and Native American influences, and relentless touring, Rusted Root has garnered legions of followers who call themselves “Root Heads.” While on tour in 2014, Rusted Root will be performing their Shanachie debut album, The Movement. The album is an energized and poetic collection of originals that capture the Pittsburgh based unit at their best. Rusted Root founder, front man, songwriter, singer/guitarist Michael Glabicki says, "The Movement is an extremely joyous recording with seriously deep undertones. It is a culmination of everything we have learned, or have tried to learn, over our entire career. It truly is a career record for us." Tickets start at $30 and go on sale February 21 at noon. Tickets can be purchased at all Ticketmaster locations, online at and by calling 800-745-3000.

  • Morrissey

    Friday, June 6

    Globally-renowned recording and performing artist Morrissey will embark on an extensive U.S. Tour on May 7. The tour will stop at Revel Casino Hotel’s Ovation Hall on Friday, June 6, affirming the artist’s unique relationship with his fans built on a 30-year recording and performing career that enables him to command the stage at venues of every kind. Showtime is 8 p.m. Morrissey’s special guest on all dates will be singer, songwriter and keyboardist Kristeen Young, with Tom Jones joining Morrissey as support artist in Los Angeles and Sir Cliff Richard as support artist in New York City. The tour dates will come on the heels of Morrissey’s completion of his forthcoming Harvest Records debut album – the artist’s first since 2009’s Years Of Refusal -- recorded in France with producer Joe Chiccarelli. Joining Morrissey on tour will be his longtime band, including Boz Boorer (guitar), Jesse Tobias (guitar), Solomon Walker (bass), Matthew Walker (drums) and Gustavo Manzur (keyboards). Morrissey's recent Autobiography became one of the fastest-selling memoirs in the UK upon its release in October and set first-week sales records when it entered the UK charts at #1 (a slot it held for five weeks). Its release also marked the first time a living author had been published by Penguin Classics in the imprint’s nearly-70-year history. Autobiography has been widely acclaimed, with The Telegraph calling it “the best written musical autobiography since Bob Dylan’s Chronicles” in its 5-star review. Morrissey’s solo career began in 1988, after the dissolution of The Smiths, with the release of Viva Hate. His influence on music and culture has continued to grow over the past 25 years through the release of nine globally acclaimed studio albums and an array of singles, rarities collections and live recordings. He is renowned as one of the world’s most legendary and influential performing artists of all time, recently exemplified in last year’s concert film, Morrissey 25: Live, recorded in March 2013 at a rare intimate show at Hollywood High School in Los Angeles. The Independent famously wrote that "most pop stars have to be dead before they reach the iconic status he has reached in his lifetime" and Pitchfork regards him as "one of the most singular figures in Western popular culture.” Tickets start at $55 and go on sale February 21 at noon. Tickets can be purchased at all Ticketmaster locations, online at and by calling 800-745-3000.

  • Walk Off The Earth

    Friday, May 23

    Canadian rock band and viral sensation, Walk Off The Earth, is set to take the stage at The Social at Revel on Friday, May 23, at 9 p.m. Walk Off The Earth (WOTE) formed 6 years ago in Burlington, Ontario, Canada, releasing two full-length albums and several singles independently. The band began creating low-budget YouTube videos that quickly resulted in an ever-growing fan base all over the world. The band is no stranger to attracting fans, or "Wote-lings," with their unique homemade videos. They hit upon something special when they decided to shoot their videos all in one take, originally a necessity in order to film and edit their videos quickly. The band's axis shifted in 2012 when a cover of Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know" went viral on YouTube. Recorded and filmed in band member Gianni's kitchen, the now-infamous video shows all five members playing, in unconventional ways, one guitar. The song earned 4 million views in one day, and won praise from celebrities like Russell Crowe and Justin Timberlake, and even Gotye. The band quickly broke away from the path of a typical viral YouTube sensation, and it is clear that WOTE are much more. Walk Off The Earth now has over 300,000,000 views in total on their channel. And they certainly have a lot to share with the world. The band’s debut album for Columbia Records, "R.E.V.O" is an acronym for "Realize Every Victory Outright." For the band, it also represents a revolution, a call for listeners to stay positive and keep striving for their goals. The album’s hit song, “Red Hands” was the first song penned by all members of the group since solidifying their current line-up and it is downright anthemic. The drumbastic chorus has such thrust it'll have you thinking, "This is a band that wants to be heard." Tickets start at $28 and go on sale February 14 at noon. Tickets can be purchased at all Ticketmaster locations, online at and by calling 800-745-3000.

  • Bellator MMA

    Friday, May 2

    Bellator MMA returns to Atlantic City’s Revel Casino Hotel on Friday, May 2 live on Spike TV as “The Baddest Man On The Planet” Joe Warren will look to reclaim a Bellator Title when he battles reigning Bellator Bantamweight Champion Eduardo Dantas. The night will also feature the New Jersey return of Sam Oropeza, as he meets Russian phenom Andrey Koreshkov in the Bellator Welterweight Tournament Semifinals. Originally scheduled to face Koreshkov in Reno on April 4, Oropeza was given the news that Koreshkov was dealing with flu-like symptoms and his fight would be rescheduled. It was a true blessing in disguise for the Philadelphia native, as “Sammy O” will now face Koreshkov from Atlantic City’s Revel on May 2. “I always say things happen for a reason, and this is one of those moments where everything is coming together,” Oropeza said. “It was frustrating to hear the fight got pushed back after training so hard for this semifinal fight, but when we heard I’d be fighting back at Revel so close to friends and family, things really couldn’t have worked out better. Bellator has taken great care of me, and I can’t wait to put on a show on May 2nd and move onto the finals of this tournament.” The event will broadcast live at 9 p.m. EST/ 8 p.m. CST on Spike TV. The preliminary card will be streamed live and free on beginning at 7 p.m. EST/ 6 p.m. CST. Tickets for the event are on sale now and can be purchased on and New Jersey native Kevin Roddy will kick off the portion of the night against Amran Aliyev. With 11 submission victories, Roddy is going to look to his ground game to get the victory, but will have to hold off Aliyev who has recorded all finish victories. After defeating Kenny Foster in his Bellator debut at Bellator 108, Anthony Morrison returns to the cage to fight Julian Lane. Morrison enters the fight riding a two-fight win streak and has won 13 of his 14 professional victories by KO or submission. At only 21-years-old, Sidney Outlaw steps into the Bellator cage and will face Mike Bannon in a lightweight battle. Looking to maintain his undefeated professional record, Bannon is looking for the finish and is ready to put on an exciting fight for the Revel fans. After grabbing a submission victory in his professional debut, John Fain will put his skills to the test against Pat Bennett on May 2. Both stepping under the bright lights of Bellator for the first time, Bennett is has grabbed two of his four professional victories by first round KO and plans on recording another knockout against Fain. New Jersey native Lester Caslow returns to the Bellator cage to fight Jay Haas in a featherweight bout. Caslow has on three of his previous four victories, but will have to hold off Hass who has won 10 of his 11 victories by knockout or submission. At 4-0 Darrion Caldwell is looking to maintain his undefeated career in a battle against Joe Pingitore. After grabbing a submission victory in less than 50 seconds against Lance Surma at Bellator 112, Caldwell is looking to finish his fight with Pingitore just as quick. Making his Bellator debut, Tim Woods will fight Dante Rivera. Woods has won all of his victories by KO or submission, but will need to stop Rivera who enters the cage on a two-fight win streak. No stranger to the Bellator card, Jesus Martinez will round of the preliminary card. Known for his quick finishes, Martinez has won four victories by first round finish. For more information, visit, follow Bellator on Twitter @BellatorMMA, follow Bellator Chairman & CEO Bjorn Rebney @BjornRebney and check out Bellator on Facebook at

  • JJ Grey & Mofro

    Saturday, May 31

    Over the course of six albums and a decade of touring, JJ Grey's grimy blend of front porch soul and down-home storytelling has taken him around the world and back again. JJ Grey & Mofro, his band, are set to bring their riveting show to The Social at Revel Casino Hotel on Saturday, May 31 at 8pm.

  • Live

    Friday, June 20

    Live's catalog is filled with hits such as "Lightning Crashes", "I Alone", "All Over You", and "Lakini's Juice"—which remained pillars of the nineties both musically and culturally. "The Dolphin's Cry" and "Overcome" ushered the group into the 21st century triumphantly. Live's got a whole new crop of songs on the horizon for 2013 that carry the same poetry, power, and passion as the group’s hits that have sold over 22 million albums worldwide and become a veritable concert juggernaut.

  • Bill Cosby

    Saturday, May 17

    Bill Cosby, one of America’s most beloved comedians of all time, will take the stage at Revel’s Ovation Hall at 8pm on May 17, 2014.

  • Julio Iglesias

    Saturday, May 3

    Julio Iglesias, one of the most popular and enduring figures in the history of music, is set to take the stage at Revel Casino Hotel’s Ovation Hall on Saturday, May 3. Showtime is 8:00 p.m.

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