CasaPoolooza says goodbye to summer

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Jack Ward, Samm Wooten and Stephen Wooten are the perfect picture of how both young and old love good music and appreciate a warm summer night under the stars with a great band like Wolf Creek Band.  The group, who had never attended a CasaPoolooza before, said they really enjoyed the final CasaPoolooza on Saturday, Sept. 3.  Photo by Teri Nehrenz

Jack Ward, Samm Wooten and Stephen Wooten are the perfect picture of how both young and old love good music and appreciate a warm summer night under the stars with a great band like Wolf Creek Band. The group, who had never attended a CasaPoolooza before, said they really enjoyed the final CasaPoolooza on Saturday, Sept. 3. Photo by Teri Nehrenz

CasaPoolooza is a spectacular five-concert series held at the CasaBlanca Resort-Casino-Spa Lagoon Pool.  CasaPoolooza has drawn record crowds over the years and it’s no wonder; guests can enjoy libations and entertainment under the stars in a relaxing, poolside setting.

On Saturday, Sept. 3 approximately 1,700 people partied by the pool. The dance floor was full and empty lounge chairs were being grabbed up within seconds for the free concert sponsored by Mesquite Gaming.

 

The final CasaPoolooza of the 2016 season was enjoyed by both young and old. Wolf Creek Band rocked the enormous crowd of people who came out for the last blast of summer in Mesquite.

The crowd was tearing up the dance floor Saturday, Sept. 3 during the final CasaPoolooza of the 2016 season.  Photo by Teri Nehrenz

The crowd was tearing up the dance floor Saturday, Sept. 3 during the final CasaPoolooza of the 2016 season. Photo by Teri Nehrenz

Wolf Creek, originated by lead vocalist and bassist JR Davenport, indicates the base of Wolf Creek’s music is country, yet they have developed into one of the hottest Southern Rock n’ Roll acts in Las Vegas, playing a variety of classic rock material in their sets.

There was no doubt that the band was on fire. The final CasaPoolooza drew crowds from Salt Lake City, UT to Las Vegas all to Mesquite for a rocking Labor Day weekend; many of them fans who have followed the band for several years and some were first time pool partiers who came just to see Wolf Creek Band.

For more information on the free concert series and what’s in store for 2017 contact the CasaBlanca Resort or Mesquite Gaming via their web

Wolf Creek Band kept the crowd up and moving on Saturday, Sept. 3 during the final CasaPoolooza of the 2016 season.  Photo by Teri Nehrenz

Wolf Creek Band kept the crowd up and moving on Saturday, Sept. 3 during the final CasaPoolooza of the 2016 season. Photo by Teri Nehrenz

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Comments

  1. dont want to share says:

    jack ward passed away a day or two after the concert

    • Teri Nehrenz says:

      Yes, we are sorry to say that he did. We will be posting his obituary this week. He was a wonderful friend and will be missed. He passed peacefully in his sleep sometime between Sunday night Sept. 4 and Monday morning Sept. 5. I loved him dearly; he was a great man.

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