Las Vegas Nightclubs

Latest XIV Vegas Sessions is a sweet sensation

Hyde Bellagio is transforming into “Candy Carnival” this Sunday when the latest XIV Vegas Sessions party hits the popular Bellagio nightlife spot starting Sunday at 5 p.m. “We figured we could re-create the XIV [Summer Sessions] party and adjust it to the Vegas market slightly,” said Mio Danilovic, the Vice…

Cinco de Mayo in Vegas

While there’s always a party happening in Vegas, Cinco de Mayo is one of those holidays that brings out the best partier in all of us. From a multitude of drink specials to festive music, food and fun—Vegas has you covered for May 5. Here are some of the best…

Rounding up Vegas’ best gay clubs

Las Vegas is known around the world for its nightlife, which of course includes plenty of nightclubs and bars geared at the LGBT community. We’ve rounded up some of the best and those closest to (or on) the Las Vegas Strip, but of course, be sure to check out our…

Vegas’ hottest nightclubs sign top DJs

Las Vegas has always been a prime destination for music, but the electronic music scene in particular has taken a liking to the city in the past few years. It should come as no surprise that the big nightclubs in the city are courting famous, internationally-recognized artists and DJs to…

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…

Celebrate the new year at three new clubs

RPM at The Tropicana (in the former Club Nikki space), 1OAK at The Mirage (previously JET) and Hyde Bellagio (which was once Fontana Bar at The Bellagio) are making their grand debuts during New Year’s weekend. Each venue aims to provide a distinct nightlife experience and a grand bash to…

Cheers to a romantic New Year’s Eve in Vegas

New Year’s Eve can be quite the party in Vegas. From celebrity-hosted parties to deafening music and a seemingly endless flow of Champagne, Vegas is known for over-the-top celebrations. Fortunately, there are also a few restaurants perfect for just you and your date. If you’re looking for a romantic getaway…

Holiday cocktails in Vegas

While in Vegas this season, you might indulge in an alcoholic beverage with dinner or at a nightclub. But, not just any cocktail will do. Creative infusions, syrups and garnishes have replaced much of the dull vodka cranberry drinks in Vegas. Even lobby bars, center bars and casual-dining restaurants are…

Vegas Weekender: Vegas gets set for the holidays

Thanksgiving’s already here: From stellar performers and savory dinners to fabulous shopping deals and winter-inspired attractions, Las Vegas features plenty of events to get you in the holiday spirit. Headliners If you’ve come to Las Vegas to see a stellar show (or two), this holiday weekend is a perfect time to…

Vegas Weekender: Vegas is all about variety

  Shows It’s pretty much an unspoken rule that when producer David Saxe puts on a show, you know it’s going to be good – and this one is no exception. “VEGAS! The Show” packs decades of Vegas entertainment into a convenient 90-minute package, celebrating the performers of yesteryear and…

11/11/11 happens only ‘1’s’ in a lifetime

What’s better than being No. 1? Or the “make a wish” rule at 11:11? How about having six “ones” in a date at once? On Nov. 11, 2011 (11/11/11), there’s tons to see and do in Vegas. In addition to weddings (one of the most popular reasons to be here on this…

Vegas Weekender: Food, fun and Foster the People

This weekend in Vegas, it’s all about a good time. The fun starts at 5 o’clock–just make sure your fins can go to the left and to the right at the Jimmy Buffett concert. Continue the weekend and sing along to Motown favorites with Human Nature. Finally, eat and drink ’til…

Vegas Weekender: ‘Phantom,’ football, photography and more

Shows Enjoy the breathtaking music of Andrew Lloyd Webber in “Phantom – the Las Vegas Spectacular” at the Venetian. Take a trip back to 19th century Paris and into an opera house haunted by the Phantom, complete with a 2,100-pound chandelier, made of 29,444 crystals. Tickets start at $79. Show…

Artists with a unique ‘body’ of work

Sometimes, the best costume isn’t even a costume in the first place. The art of body painting itself goes back to ancient times, but it saw a massive revival in the 20th century, with anyone from sports fans to performers to people who are just enthusiastic about body paint using…

Moon’s latest resident DJ wants you to ‘Get Familiar’

You’ve probably heard him spin beats for Diddy, Joey McIntyre, on his syndicated radio show or nightclubs worldwide. Perhaps you’ve seen him on E! Entertainment interviewing Eminem or Taio Cruz. Maybe you heard his lyrics or beats for artists like Notorious B.I.G., Lady Gaga and Pitbull. Clinton Sparks has been…

Las Vegas bachelor parties mean plenty of sin, sun

It took awhile, but you found a woman who looked past your idiosyncrasies — like belching the alphabet in Spanish and waiting outside a store until midnight to get the first copy of Madden. Knowing that it’s unlikely you can convince another woman that you are a mature adult, you…

Spring breakers take over Sin City

Las Vegas doesn’t grab the Spring Break headlines yearly like Ft. Lauderdale, Cancun and New Orleans do, but that’s because Sin City parties like it’s Spring Break all year long. This year, though, spring breakers were treated to an MTV party at the Palms with the likes of Jason Derulo…