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Stoney's Rockin' Country Bucks Back into Town Square

Stoney's renovated its space that was every so briefly Las Vegas Bull Cowboy Town.

Stoney’s Rockin’ Country
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Pull up a chair and follow along. Stoney’s Rockin’ Country is taking back its former home at Town Square.

Country music with concerts, line-dancing, mechanical bull riding, beer pong, pool tables and more return to the 20,000-square-foot location on Oct. 16. Season three winner of NBC’s The Voice Cassadee Pope performs for $10 for those over 21 and $15 for ages 18 to 20.

The revamped Stoney’s then Las Vegas Bull Cowboy Town and then Stoney’s Rockin’ Country has a new look with "rustic accents" added and a "porch-inspired" stage area, elevated VIP seating with license plates lining the walls, semi-private booths and fresh sawdust sprinkled on the floor.

A new 13-foot tall by 21-foot long American flag made from 2,256 beer cans by Oliver Toki now sits behind the mechanical bull arena.

The revamped nightclub now serves barbecue from Pot Liquor CAS as well.

Las Vegas Bull Cowboy Town opened last year during the National Finals Rodeo festivities.

That concept barely lasted six months before shuttering in June.

Stoney's used to reside further south on Las Vegas Boulevard and had a second location dubbed North Forty Saloon & Barbecue in Centennial. That space is now home to the FireRock Steakhouse.

Stoney's Rockin' Country

6611 Las Vegas Blvd S, Unit 160, Las Vegas, NV 89119 (702) 435-2855 Visit Website

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