For seven years, promoter Chris Hornak has worked at clubs like Marquee at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, XS at Encore and Ghostbar at Palms. People seek Hornak out to organize outings at pool parties, nightclubs and strip clubs depending on his clients’ requests.
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I will go on a limb now in suggesting the nightclub market in Vegas is oversaturated.
Here’s your weekend forecast of DJs and other performers heading to Vegas’ nightclubs and dayclub-pools.
Musician Morgan Page recently installed an $8,000 software card into his computer, allowing him to record and mix more vocals on his Pro Tools software setup.
I was in a dayclub last year when I heard a no-name DJ spinning “Kaskade Live At Coachella 2012.”
I haven’t seen the weather forecast for this weekend, but I’m guessing it will be desert hot.
This year, DJ-producer Steve Aoki plans to lay down hundreds of thousands of dollars in healthy bets — bets with friends that he will exercise and that they will exercise. If people involved in these bets miss a physical workout, they owe each other cash. What kind of exercising is involved? The serious kind.
Jules Gray grew accustomed to seeing women carried out of clubs, their skirts lifted and dignity lowered. Other clubgoers might have dismissed it as another lightweight overestimating her tolerance, but as someone who worked in the nightclub and dayclub industry for 10 years, Gray knew better.
The last time I talked to Fatboy Slim, in 2011, he was DJing in America for the first time in many years. He told me to tell you: “Hi America. I’m back. Let’s pick up where we left off.”
So you didn’t score tickets to the sold-out Electric Daisy Carnival? Then go see several EDC stars at clubs on the Strip, instead.
This will be a busy weekend at the nightclubs and dayclubs. But Thursday will also be jamming with talented musicians, and why is that? Because clubs are gearing up for the upcoming Electric Daisy Carnival.
Everyone keeps asking me what I think about these new clubs on the Strip. So for today, let’s start with Light — the new nightclub at Mandalay Bay.
Here’s your club forecast for the week.
Americans get a bad rap for being shallow people. Or maybe I’m thinking of Californians? Probably. But Thomas Gold does not believe Americans are shallow. He just thinks we know how to party.
With its new social media campaign coming to fruition this week, Tao Nightclub is trying to snare brand loyalists from day one.
In the past month, Justin Blau (aka DJ 3Lau, rhymes with “Tao”) tweeted the following honest feelings about the popular Pitbull and influential Daft Punk.
This is what a quiet spring weekend looks like at nightclubs and daytime pool parties on the Strip.
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Here you go — it’s a big, big, big club weekend in Las Vegas.
Let’s say you are a 36-year-old Swedish DJ-producer. And you just signed a contract with Wynn-Encore to perform regularly at XS and Surrender nightclubs. How do you adjust to Vegas clubs?
The newest concept by New York City theater and nightlife impresario Simon Hammerstein is open at the Palazzo: The Act. The performance-based club will entertain up to 1,000 revelers with nightly acts, including audience participation, in a multilevel space.
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