After years of planning and tireless collaboration from the Punk Collective, The Punk Rock Museum open its doors on April 1, 2023. The Punk Rock Museum will feature a bar, The Triple Down, to ensure all thirsty visitors are well hydrated.
The name for the Punk Rock Museum’s bar was inspired by two legendary punk bars: The Triple Rock and the Double Down. The Triple Rock Social Club was a bar, music venue and restaurant in Minneapolis, co-owned by Erik Funk of the punk band Dillinger Four. P Moss, founder of the Las Vegas landmark Double Down Saloon, will co-manage the Triple Down bar at The Punk Rock Museum.
Museum visitors will feel the passion that has gone into the museum as they explore 12,000 square feet of exhibits encompassing five decades of punk history including the Jam Room where guests can play instruments originally owned by punk musicians who wanted to give them a permanent home to be shared by many.
Chris Shiflett from Me First and the Gimme Gimmes contributed his green guitar featured on the back cover of the band’s album “Take A Break,” released on Fat Wreck Chords in 2003.
Pete Koller from Sick Of It All donated his white ESP Viper guitar to play in the Jam Room for a hands-on experience.
The Punk Rock Museum is home to the Vegas Punk Shop and will be the place to buy customized punk merchandise. The store will offer one-of-a-kind items inspired by the world’s most extensive punk collection.
Now open, the Punk Rock Museum’s signature wedding chapel.
The Punk Rock Museum’s tattoo parlor featuring world-renowned artists is open for bookings.
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Click here to check out the tour guide schedule and buy tickets. The Punk Rock Museum is located at 1422 Western Ave., between the Strip and Downtown in Las Vegas, Nevada.
ABOUT THE PUNK ROCK MUSEUM
The Punk Rock Museum is the world’s most comprehensive attraction dedicated to the history, culture and absurdity of Rock ‘n’ Roll’s bastard stepchild. Located in Las Vegas, it will house not only artifacts and memorabilia from across the world’s punk scene—such as handwritten lyrics, instruments, clothing, photos, flyers and artwork—but also a bar, tattoo parlor, wedding/wake chapel, punk merch shop, performance space and more.
Encompassing 12,000 square feet at 1422 Western Ave., between the Las Vegas Strip and Downtown, the museum will celebrate the genre’s substantial cultural impact over the last half-century.