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Multi-platinum selling recording group Smash Mouth closed out the Flamingo GO Pool’s Night Jams concert series in Las Vegas Sunday, August 27, with a high-energy, 15 song set that included iconic hits “All Star” and “I’m A Believer.” Smash Mouth performed their best-known tracks to a full crowd at GO Pool, the Flamingo’s 15-acre tropical paradise home to some of Vegas’ hottest pool parties.

Smash Mouth, with their feel-good, sing-along rock, are the perfect soundtrack to any pool party, making the guys a natural choice to sendoff the seasonal Night Jams concert series — itself a throwback to the timeless rock and pop of the late ‘90s and early 2000s.

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Launched in June, the GO Pool Night Jams concert series saw performances by Sugar Ray, Everclear, Lit and Alien Ant Farm, with Smash Mouth closing out the fourth and final concert of the series.

Since the band’s inception in 1994 and their 1997 debut studio album “Fish Yu Mang,” Smash Mouth has released seven studio albums and 18 singles, including crowd-pleaser hits “Walkin’ On The Sun,” “Can’t Get Enough of You Baby,” and “Pacific Coast Party.”

Earlier in 2017, the rockers announced the acoustic re-recording of their first major label release, “Fush Yu Mang,” in commemoration of the album’s 20 year anniversary. Smash Mouth will next make their way to Texas, with scheduled stops in Oklahoma, Tennessee, Illinois, Ohio, and more through September.

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The Flamingo’s contemporary GO Pool features pools, lagoons, a waterfall, go-go dancers, VIP cabanas, rotating resident DJs, ongoing special events and celebrity appearances, including an upcoming live performance by pop sensation Bebe Rexha on September 9.

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