The Moody Blues 50th Anniversary Tour

Friday night (Jan. 26, 2018), The Moody Blues brought the first of four installments of their historic Days of Future Passed – 50th Anniversary Tour to the intimate Encore Theater for their Wynn Las Vegas debut. The band kicked off the sold-out performance with their celebrated song “Singer In A Rock and Roll Band,” followed by “The Voice” and “Slide Zone.”

Played in two parts, the performance featured a set of the Moodies’ greatest hits, followed by a full performance of the Days of Future Passed album – the band’s ground-breaking rock concept album released in 1967, and one of the best-selling albums of all time. The Moodies received several standing ovations throughout the evening, and returned to the Encore Theater for an additional sold-out performance on Saturday, Jan. 27.

The Moody Blues will return to the Encore Theater stage Tuesday, Jan. 30 and Wednesday, Jan. 31. For more information, visit WynnLasVegas.com.

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