SAMMY HAGAR Jams With TED NUGENT At CABO WABO Grand Opening: Photos Available

VAN HALEN frontman Sammy Hagar was joined by Ted Nugent at the Grand Opening of his first Cabo Wabo Cantina on U.S. soil at Harveys in Lake Tahoe, Nevada Thursday night (April 29). Check out pictures from Wire Image.

The Cabo Wabo Cantina will be open seven days a week for lunch and dinner and feature signature dishes inspired by Hagar's love for the lifestyle, the land and the food of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, along with his Cabo Wabo Tequila — the number two premium tequila in the U.S. Three sold-out shows with Sammy and his band, THE WABORITAS, along with special guest stars throughout the weekend, begin in Harrah's South Shore Room, now also known as the Cabo Wabo Nightclub, on Friday, April 30. Also scheduled to perform at the Cabo Wabo Nightclub are CARDBOARD VAMPYRES, featuring Jerry Cantrell (ALICE IN CHAINS) and Billy Duffy (THE CULT), on Wednesday, May 5.


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