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Zedd will bring numerous headlining performances to premier nightlife and daylife destinations on the Las Vegas Strip, including Hakkasan Nightclub and WET REPUBLIC at MGM Grand, as well as OMNIA Nightclub inside Caesars Palace.
“Vegas has become like a second home for me and it’s always great to get to play for my fans there,” Zedd shares, “The crowds bring such great energy every time and I’m excited to continue to be a part of the Hakkasan family.”read more
From everyone at #ClubViva, have a wonderful new year.read more
Rising star DJ Deorro takes over at Marquee on Saturday night.read more
Encore Theater was originally built at Wynn Las Vegas to accommodate the Tony Award-winning production Avenue Q. When that show’s run ended, it stayed on track by hosting musical comedy Spamalot, although the resort added three rows to the balcony and reseated the entire theater, boosting its capacity from 1,200 to 1,500 seats.
That remains the only major renovation to Encore Theater, a lavish space that has morphed into one of the top headliner rooms on the Strip. It recently hosted concerts from Harry Connick Jr. and Tony Bennett; John Fogerty, Diana Ross and Mel Brooks will return in 2018 after acclaimed performances this year; and Alabama, The Moody Blues and Elvis Costello are also on the upcoming calendar.read more
Sin City is known for its gorgeous neon that lights up the Strip. And it’s not just the lights that dazzle on hotel exteriors. The bright, oversized digital marquees and billboards are gorgeous eye candy too. Throw a spectacular fireworks show into the mix and you end up with this crazy, wondrous spectacular. It’s why thousands of visitors flock to Las Vegas on New Year’s Eve.
Since there are so many spots to watch the fireworks in Vegas (and frankly, no spot is really a bad one), we’re rounding up a few of our favorites. Check them out, as well as tips on making your New Year’s Eve in Las Vegas / kickoff to 2018 as smooth and orderly as possible.read more
LAS VEGAS Here’s a look at new Las Vegas eateries, drinking spots, hotels, conference areas, private rooms, and other spaces set to open for events this winter. The new and renovated Las Vegas venues are available for corporate parties, weddings, fund-raisers, outdoor functions, business dinners, teambuilding activities, conferences, meetings, and more.read more
Long gone are the days of cheap buffets on the Las Vegas Strip. For more than a decade, fine dining and celebrity chefs have become a way of life in Las Vegasread more
The Oakland Raiders will put the first shovels in the ground today on their $1.9 billion stadium project near the Strip, the next major step in the franchise’s long process of moving to Las Vegas.
Seven months after receiving approval from NFL owners to relocate from California to Nevada, Raiders owner Mark Davis, Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval and local leaders will officially start the 31-month construction clock in an evening ceremony at the Russell Road stadium site.read more
The puck has yet to (officially) hit ice in Vegas and the hockey bug is already buzzing. Need proof? Just check out the attendance numbers for the Golden Knights’ first home preseason game. Check it: 17,101 people packed T-Mobile Arena that night. Where you haters at now, brochacho? Still not satisfied, Mr. McNeedy Pants? Swing by the Golden Knights’ practice facility, City National Arena. Just pop up to the second level of the facility and you’ll find MacKenzie River Pizza, Grill & Pub. The unofficial team bar, this place is decked out in all Golden Knights everything. And, adding the proverbial maple syrup to the top of the sundae, MacKenzie’s looks right down onto the Golden Knights’ practice rinks. **Canadian Accent** Pretty sweet, eh? Even being elbow deep in some poutine (not sure, but this might be the official food of hockey), we couldn’t help but notice how alive this place was. Literally, hundreds of men, women, children and man-children have packed this place for each preseason game to slug brew and talk puck. We’re as happy as a Mountie kissin’ a moose.read more
“Creativity Is Intelligence Having Fun.”read more
Las Vegas is known for its wondrous gentlemen’s clubs, but The Legends Room will dazzle you with more than just high heels and glitter. Billing itself as a “blockchain cabaret,” the innovative venue reimagines the traditional strip club by pairing modern technology (think cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin) with high-end entertainment (think celebrity DJs as well as adult stars including Brenna Sparks and Jesse Jane).read more
What are your #Halloween plans?read more