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Spring breakers can party hardy in Vegas!

Sin City is a top destination for school-weary spring breakers in need of a fun escape from their studies – or for anyone seeking a warm getaway from chilly weather. The resorts that line the Las Vegas Strip and downtown know how to throw parties. In fact, there are endless…

Bassnectar stops in Vegas Friday, keeping things heavy

  Producer and DJ Bassnectar (Lorin Ashton) is known for his vivid live performances and injecting a unique heaviness into his music that is  uncommon  in electronic music.  He plays Rain at the Palms this Saturday, March 3 in promotion of his upcoming release, Vava Voom. What can we expect…

Palms gets a ‘fancy’ new industry night

How does a club night named after a random line from the movie “Step Brothers” stack up? Very well, if last night is anything to go by. Moon Nightclub at the Palms debuted their new Industry Night format, Fancy Sauce, last night with deadmau5 protégé Moguai spinning his brand of…

Zen Freeman and the Art of DJing

Zen Freeman is a British producer, remixer and DJ that has played high-profile Hollywood parties  for celebrities such as Elton John and Harvey Weinstein, in addition to clients such as Vogue, Vanity Fair, Prada, GAP, ESPN and Apple. Freeman has DJed worldwide and is a resident DJ at both Ghostbar…

Five Hip Hotels in Vegas

Looking for a unique, chic and fun hotel to stay at in Las Vegas? We’ve got you covered! Here are five resorts that feature sleek architecture, luxury amenities, first-rate service and one-of-a-kind personalities. The Cosmopolitan The Cosmopolitan is the newest resort in Vegas – as well as the trendiest. It’s…

Vegas Weekender: Close out summer with one last Las Vegas stand

Summer is coming to a close. Soon you’ll be back in your regular grind, whether it be going back to school, the no-vacations-through-the-New-Year policy your boss invoked or saving for that Christmas vacation with family members you don’t even like. Such is life. One last summer stand in Las Vegas,…

Lounging around Vegas

By Caroline Fontein VEGAS.com During the ’50s and ’60s casino lounges provided the majority of entertainment at hotels on the Las Vegas Strip. While there were some recurring production shows in operation including “The Lido” at the Stardust and “Minsky’s Follies,” which opened as the first topless show on the Strip…