Loading Events

« All Events

  • This event has passed.
Event Series Event Series: Concerts

Collective Soul

January 20 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm


Jan 20 • Sat • 8:00PM • 2024 @Pearl Concert Theater at Palms Casino Resort | Collective Soul, hailing from the small town of Stockbridge, Georgia, is an American rock band that has carved its own niche in the music landscape. Blending soulful vocals with catchy melodies and introspective lyrics, they’ve built a loyal fanbase and become one of the most successful post-grunge bands of the 90s.

Preferred and sold out tickets available on Stubhub. Stubhub third party tickets may be above face value to obtain preferred and sold out seating. Preferred tickets currently available on Stubhub from $57 + taxes and fees (Stubhub ticket pricing fluctuates in real time). This website is an affiliate website of Stubhub with incentive to promote Stubhub tickets, although we do not endorse Stubhub or any other ticket processor. Stubhub offers our website visitors direct pricing with no extra fees or charges.

More about Collective Soul

Early Beginnings and Rise to Fame (1992-1995)

Formed in 1992, Collective Soul was the brainchild of singer-songwriter Ed Roland, who gathered his brother Dean (rhythm guitar), bassist Will Turpin, drummer Shane Evans, and guitarist Ross Childress. Their 1993 debut album, “Hints, Allegations and Things Left Unsaid,” released on the independent label Rising Storm Records, gained them local recognition. But it was their 1994 self-titled album, picked up by Atlantic Records, that catapulted them to national fame.

Singles like “Shine,” with its uplifting message and soaring chorus, and “December,” a melancholic yet hopeful ballad, dominated radio airwaves and music charts. Their music videos, featuring the band’s signature long hair and laid-back Southern charm, further cemented their popularity.

Continued Success and Genre Exploration (1996-2000)

Collective Soul rode the wave of success with subsequent albums like “Disciplined Breakdown” (1997), “Dosage” (1999), and “Blender” (2000). Each album produced hit singles like “The World I Know,” “Run,” and “Jumper,” showcasing their versatility and ability to deliver both introspective rock ballads and energetic anthems.

They experimented with different sounds, incorporating elements of funk, soul, and even electronica into their music, yet still retaining their signature melodic rock style. Collective Soul became known for their powerful live performances, where Ed Roland’s passionate vocals and the band’s tight musicianship captivated audiences.

Evolution and Beyond (2001-Present)

The band faced lineup changes, with Shane Evans and Ross Childress eventually departing. However, they continued to release albums like “Youth” (2004), “Afterwords” (2007), and “Collective Soul (Rabbit)” (2009), exploring themes of love, loss, and resilience.

Their 2014 album, “See What You Started By Continuing,” marked a return to their earlier rock roots, while their latest release, “Vibrant” (2022), saw them embrace a more pop-influenced sound. Throughout their career, Collective Soul has collaborated with diverse artists like Elton John, Stevie Wonder, and Nas, showcasing their musical adaptability and willingness to push boundaries.

A Legacy of Rock and Soul

With over 10 million albums sold worldwide, numerous hit singles, and countless sold-out tours, Collective Soul remains a force in the music industry. Their ability to seamlessly blend rock with soul, deliver relatable lyrics, and create timeless melodies has earned them a devoted following across generations.

From their early MTV days to their enduring live shows, Collective Soul continues to resonate with listeners who find solace, inspiration, and a touch of Southern swagger in their music. They are a testament to the power of melody, genuine emotion, and the enduring spirit of rock and roll.

Here are some additional facts about Collective Soul:

  • The band’s name is inspired by a line from Ayn Rand’s novel “The Fountainhead.”
  • Ed Roland is the band’s primary songwriter and has produced several of their albums.
  • The band has been nominated for six Grammy Awards.
  • They are known for their philanthropic work, supporting various charities and causes.

This article was generated with the assistance of Google Bard

View the calendar of the most popular upcoming Las Vegas events
View the calendar of all Las Vegas shows
View the calendar of all upcoming Las Vegas superstar performances




Palms Casino Resort
4321 W Flamingo Rd
LAS VEGAS, NV 89103 United States
+ Google Map

Las Vegas’ Current Top 10 Highest Rated Shows (Out of 5 Stars)

  1. Paranormal Mind Reading Magic • 4.9 Stars with 1297 customer reviews | 48% Off Select Tickets | Regular $54, Sale Price $28 • 4:00PM Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat at The Magic Attic @Horseshoe (formerly Bally’s) | International mentalist Frederic Da Silva brings his show Paranormal Mind Reading Magic filled with mystery, magic, hypnosis and mind-reading to Bally’s Las Vegas.
  2. Carrot Top • 4.9 Stars with 1181 customer reviews | From $53 • 8PM MON-SAT at Atrium Showroom @Luxor | Curly haired, red-headed prop comedian Carrot Top leads a one-man circus with trunks full of ingenious, hilarious inventions based on pop culture and current events.
  3. Soul of Motown • 4.9 Stars with 614 customer reviews | From $46 • 5:30PM WED & THU nights & 7:30PM FRI-SUN nights @Westgate Cabaret, Westgate Las Vegas Resort and Casino | Experience the award-winning Soul of Motown, a high-energy concert-style musical tribute celebrating Motown legends.
  4. Donny Osmond • 4.9 Stars with 428 customer reviews | 24% Off Select Tickets | Regular $80, Sale Price $61 • 8PM TUE – SAT nights at Harrah’s Showroom @Harrah’s | Legendary entertainer and music icon, Donny Osmond, announces his return to Las Vegas with his first-ever solo residency inside Harrah’s Showroom at Harrah’s
  5. Raiding the Rock Vault • 4.9 Stars with 73 customer reviews | 22% Off Select Tickets | Regular $59, Sale Price $46 • 8:00PM Tue, Fri & Sat nights at Hard Rock Cafe on The Strip | “Raiding the Rock Vault” has rockin’ live performances by members of popular bands to trace the history of rock ‘n’ roll.
  6. Mat Franco- Magic Reinvented Nightly • 4.8 Stars with 1975 customer reviews | 22% Off Select Tickets | Regular $62, Sale Price $48 • 7PM Mon – Sat nights @Mat Franco Theater, The LINQ | After awing the world with his astounding magic tricks, Mat Franco, season nine winner of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent,” has claimed his headlining spot in Vegas at The LINQ Hotel and Casino.
  7. Menopause The Musical • 4.8 Stars with 1307 customer reviews | 30% Off Select Tickets | Regular $80, Sale Price $56 • 8:00PM Mon – Sat, additional 4:00PM Tue & Sat at Harrah’s Cabaret @Harrah’s Hotel | “Menopause The Musical” will change your mind about “the change” as this hilarious comedy gets you laughing about hot flashes, mood swings, memory loss and weight gain.
  8. All Shook Up • 4.8 Stars with 1039 customer reviews | 58% Off Select Tickets | Regular $120, Sale Price $51 • 6:00PM 7 days/week at Athena Showlounge @Alexis Park All Suite Resort | Get “all shook up” with a tribute show to the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll Elvis Presley at Alexis Park in Las Vegas.
  9. Wayne Newton: Up Close and Personal • 4.8 Stars with 331 customer reviews | From $86 • 7PM MON, WED & SAT nights Bugsys Cabaret @Flamingo Hotel | Mr. Las Vegas is back on stage as Wayne Newton presents “Up Close And Personal.”
  10. Farrell Dillon – Hilarious Magic • 4.8 Stars with 126 customer reviews | 26% Off Select Tickets | Regular $37, Sale Price $20 • 4:30PM THU – TUE at Jimmy Kimmel’s Comedy Club @The LINQ Promenade | Hilarious comedy and mind-melting magic combine when Farrell Dillon takes the stage at Jimmy Kimmel’s Comedy Club Las Vegas.

Honorable Mention

Every Thursday morning at 9:00AM PST, we will send to your email the calendar of the top Las Vegas events that will be taking place in the upcoming 7 days.