The Jared Leto-led band Thirty Seconds to Mars was announced as the headliner of radio station X107.5's annual Holiday Havoc show.
The multi-act concert was announced for Saturday, Nov. 30 at the Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. Tickets, which start at $39.50, go on sale Friday at 10 a.m.
The off-Strip venue also announced Pepper and Parade of Lights as supporting acts for the show with more bands to be announced.
Thirty Seconds to Mars, who are coming off a performance in the Las Vegas-set iHeartRadio Festival, are due to release their upcoming album, Love Lust Faith + Dreams. The band is headed up by actor Jared Leto and his brother Shannon.
Tickets for Holiday Havoc, which is hosted annually by alternative rock station X107.5 FM, will be available at the Hard Rock Hotel Box Office, all Ticketmaster locations, online at Ticketmaster.com and at 1-800-745-3000.
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