Billy Idol rocked the cradle of love at The Hoover Dam

A small set on a big dam
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As only a true Punk Rock legend would, Billy Idol performed the first-ever show at the Hoover Dam for an upcoming concert film.

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As seen in a teaser for an upcoming concert film set to be released later this year, Billy prepares for the epic show that took place earlier this month on April 8 at the Hoover Dam Bypass surrounded by the Black Canyon of the Colorado River and the Mike O’Callaghan–Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge.

Per the set included some of Billy’s most well-known songs, including “Dancing with Myself,” “Eyes Without a Face,” “Rebel Yell,” and “White Wedding.” In addition to the spectacular location, the momentous occasion also called for some special guest appearances, including cameos from Alison Mosshart from The Kills and The Dead Weather, Steve Jones of the Sex Pistols, and No Doubt’s Tony Kanal.

As mentioned, the full performance was shot for a forthcoming concert film that’s set for a theatrical release later this year. While not much else is known, however per an official press release further details are promised “to come soon.”

Billy Idol’s ongoing tour continues to rock stadiums across North American. While most shows are already sold out, you can pick up tickets to to any still available concerts — HERE.

Check out the first look at Billy's Hoover Dam performance below.

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