New Year’s Eve in Las Vegas
What do Bruno Mars, Tiesto, and Snoop Dogg have in common? They will all be partying on the
Strip come New Year’s Eve!
Where will you be?
You didn’t do any of them anyway. Why start now? Instead, make it your resolution to end the
year with debauchery and set the trend for the coming one.
If you dare.
Start the Countdown!
From A list to Z list, every single club has managed to bring somebody to ring in the New Year.
Be prepared to witness more celebrities than even TMZ can offer. However, in all probability
they’ll spend their time in the VIP area while you endure the crush of a packed club.
Therefore, allow me to be your guide to some more, ahem, shall we call them distinct
On Top of The World
Every year, Vegas is host to a spectacular firework show. And this year it will be attribute to the
late and great Frank Sinatra. Come and play tribute as fireworks set in time to music will be shot
off seven hotel rooftops along the Las Vegas Strip. It’ll be a night to remember wherever you
are, but for the best view, get yourself to Drai’s pool deck, the Cosmopolitan’s ice rink or sneak
your way into a party at the Stratosphere Tower.
Countdown at Downtown
If you’re looking for an experience off the Strip, make your way to Downtown Vegas. Here,
you’ll be privy to the Tribute Palooza. This is an event where some of the world’s greatest tribute
bands will attend. Party the night away with Red Not Chili Peppers, No Duh, Fan Halen, The
Who Generation are you starting to see a trend here? Fan Halen, and more!
Who needs the real deal?
The Real Deal
If music’s your thing and you want to avoid the imitation game downtown then get tickets to
some of the most popular music acts in the world. The Colosseum at Caesars Palace is host to
Celine Dion, The Chelsea at the Cosmopolitan will have Bruno Mars crooning the night away,
swoon to the music of Maroon Five at Mandalay bay, get down with Nicki Minaj & Meek Mill
at Drai’s and party with Tiesto at Hakkasan nightclub or Calvin Harris at Omnia.
Celebrate in Style
Feel like dressing up and avoiding the dirty dirty crowds? Then celebrate the New Year in style
at The Smith Center. You can enjoy a Broadway style musical extravaganza hosted by Jersey
Boys own Erich Bergen, with a performance from Patina Miller and Norm Lewis both Tony Award winning singers alongside Capathia Jenkin, a Drama Desk nominee.
Remember to turn your nose up at the door.
The world’s tallest observation wheel could be your destination this New Year’s Eve. Sit inside
your glass enclosed cabin 550 feet above Las Vegas. Each one has room for up to 25 guests with
a full bar and a Champagne toast. However, get ready to dig into those pocketbooks: a private
cabin starts at $6,250 but it does includes priority boarding, a full premium open bar and a
special Champagne toast at midnight. Feeling cheap? then pitch in $250 for an individual ticket
for one of the lower cabins with a full bar and a Champagne toast.
Bring a date. Kiss them at the top. You won’t regret it.
Turn Back Time
Did you miss the spectacle that was the 80’s music scene simply because you were born too late?
Remedy that by partying at the South Point casino with the Spazmatics. This band brings back
all the awesome sounds, styles, and way cool dance steps from the 1980’s.
Skinny ties, creamed hair and horn rimmed glasses optional.
Come to the Cabaret
Enjoy the delicious decadence of a cabaret style live music with a free buffet at the Golden Tiki.
Tables and booths are available for the cozy couple. Just don’t stare too longingly at the
What do cowboys do to celebrate NEw Year’s Eve? Come and find out at the Double Barrel
Roadhouse. Ring in 2016 with a cowboy themed celebration. Dance to live music from local
favorite Crossroad South. Substitute that glass of champagne with a shot of whiskey at midnight.
Save a horse and ride a cowboy. Or cowgirl. You know what I mean.
Party Like it’s 2016
The year is coming to a close. What stories will you bring back home? Book your flight or get in
your car and drive, there’s no place better than Vegas to bring down the house.
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