Pop Sensation Ke$ha Celebrates PURE Nightclub’s Anniversary With Live Performance


Last night, Angel Management Group’s PURE Nightclub inside Caesars Palace celebrated its anniversary party with a special guest performance by pop sensation Ke$ha. The award-winning mega-club was a sight to see as hundreds of partygoers came together to celebrate eight years of pure success and catch a glimpse of the party-loving superstar.

Arriving around 1 a.m. the singer hit the red carpet and dawned an eye-catching ensemble consisting of a black laced corset and shorts both adorned with red, purple and pink flower petals, a sequenced black jacket, black Christian Louboutin booties, and a flowered wreath in her hair.  As the starlet posed for photographers her adoring fans surrounded the carpet waving and shouting her name. Before heading into the nightspot, Ke$ha took a moment to greet a few of her admires and sign autographs. The nightclub was packed wall to wall as guests waited for the highly anticipated performance and nearing 2 a.m. the lights in the main room dimmed and the bombshell appeared center stage.

Accompanied by two scantily clad male backup dancers, Ke$ha addressed the audience and said “Vegas, this place about to blow!” and began with her hit “Blow.” With two gold drums on both sides of the main stage and confetti sporadically bursting into the air, the free-spirited artist put on an incredible show. Showing off her dance moves while her dancers complimented her and kept the beat on the drums, the ambitious songstress had her fans on their feet and singing along as she continued with her chart-toppers “Tick Tok” and “Die Young.” Nearing the end of her performance Ke$ha sat on the ledge of the stage to get closer to her admirers as she reached out and touched the hands of many.

As a pioneer in the nightlife industry, PURE Nightclub maintains its reputation to be the A-list destination to see and be seen as it continues to entertain the masses with must-see, must-experience events.

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