Want a punk rock wedding in Las Vegas? Now you can.

The Punk Rock Museum opened for business in Las Vegas on April 1 and the guided tours from punk legends have begun. The exhibits and the bar and great, and the place wouldn’t be complete without a wedding chapel.

You can choose from one of two packages. The first, Partners in Crime, a no-frills sort of thing (perfect for elopements!), includes the following:

  • 15-minute rental of the Punk Rock Museum Chapel for a ceremony (must be booked in advance)
  • 3 people max (This includes the couple and officiant)
  • “Sealed with a Kiss” shot (2 TPRM branded shot glasses included)
  • 1 TPRM padlock to take home or add to the punk fence
  • Museum admission for up to 3 people
  • No Professional Photography Allowed
  • Non-refundable deposit due at the time of booking
  • Balance paid on the day of the event at the museum entry point

You’ll need to book your own officiant and get the marriage license. The museum notes the possibility of wedding crashers.

The second package is called From Death Do Us Punk. This is more of a full-service deal that includes a mini reception plus the following:

  • One-hour rental of the Punk Rock Museum Chapel and Bar for a ceremony and mini reception
  • Up to 25 guests
  • Gift bag for the couple
  • Photo Booth with custom graphics for reception (in the bar)
  • Ceremony
  • Elopement planning and coordination
  • “Sealed with a Kiss” shot (2 TPRM branded shot glasses included)
  • 1 TPRM branded padlock to take home or add to the punk fence
  • Mini reception
  • 1 bottle of house champagne
  • Cash Bar
  • 25 cupcakes or small 8” cake provided by Fattys LV

Wait! There’s more! You can choose from the following add-ons.

● Pick from a list of punks to be witness to your wedding (30-day notice) – Till Death Do Us Punk ONLY – LIST AVAILABLE AT REQUEST
● Additional one hour
● 5 additional guests (MAX)
● Ceremony shots for your guests

That’s Marisa and Matt who got married at the Museum. (Photo by JamieYphotography)

Alan Cross

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