Last weekend saw classic rock quintet Voodoo Vegas play at the Rhineland-Palatinate-Day Parade. Over 30,000 people lined the streets of Neuwied Germany, to see over 150 different acts perform on the 2 kilometer route.
Voodoo Vegas were the first ever rock band to play the parade in its 31 year history.
Voodoo Vegas were representing Rockfestival Rengsdorf, where they shared the stage with the likes of The Answer, and German metal kings ‘Rage’.
The band has released this live footage from the parade.
Lead singer Lawrence Case said about the parade, “This was one of the craziest and best gigs we’ve ever played, over 30,000 people saw us play, we had dudes dressed as Romans in front of us, and horses with Dalmatian spots behind us. A German Prime Minister saw us play, and we were playing on the back of a huge lorry. If that’s not awesome, I don’t know what is”.
The Voodoo Vegas’ debut album ‘The Rise Of Jimmy Silver’ is out now. The band will be back in the UK next week, when they support NY rockers The Cringe at the following London show;
Fri 8th August – LONDON, The Barfly