Formed by lead vocalist and guitarist Robert Smith, The Cure released its debut album Three Imaginary Boys in 1979 to great acclaim just one year after signing with Chris Parry’s new label, Fiction Records. Over the years, The Cure became known for its change of sound, ranging from punk and goth rock to pop and electronic dance music. In addition to its sound, the band also experienced a changing lineup with band members constantly leaving and returning to the group. After more than two decades with its original label, The Cure decided to leave and sign with international label Geffen Records in 2003. Designed to appeal to a young audience, the band released its first album for Geffen and followed it up with a North American tour featuring a number of younger bands including Interpol, Mowai, The Rapture and Muse.
Over the next couple of the years, The Cure played at various festivals around the world until taking a break in 2008. After a three-year hiatus, the group began touring again and playing at festivals in Europe, North America and South America. In 2014, lead singer Smith announced that The Cure would release a new album, a follow-up to the 4:13 Dream album, as well as begin a new tour, playing three of its earlier albums in their entirety.
For VIP table reservations please email: NightlifeMarketing@cosmopolitanlasvegas.com or call 702.698.6797. Guests must be 21+ to reserve a table.
Non-professional cameras allowed, no detachable lenses. Audio/video recorders, tablets, and selfie sticks are not allowed.
Guests accept all customary risks associated with live events.
No outside Food and Beverage allowed into the venue.
Due to security requirements, backpacks, wallet chains, spiked accessories, and bags/purses larger than 8.5" x 11" will not be allowed in the venue.
Guest and bags/purchases are subject to inspection.
The Chelsea is a non-smoking venue. Electronic smoking devices are not allowed.