Paul Oakenfold, one of the world’s leading djs, is resident dj at Rain Las Vegas nightclub. The N9NE Group and Palms will host Oakenfold at his first US residency dj position starting Aug 30 for the Labor Day weekend events in Las Vegas, NV. The special set called “Paul Oakenfold Presents: Perfecto Las Vegas” will be played to a packed audience in the 25,000 square foot Las Vegas nightclub.
Las Vegas Concerts Blog Posts
Downtown Las Vegas New Year’s Eve party counts down to 2008 in Vegas style. Fremont Street Experience welcomes the Bangles with “Manic Monday” and The Doobie Brothers with “Taking It To The Streets” at America’s Party Live in concert.
The streets downtown will be filled with several live bands to rock the crowd. The action on the street will include the Globe of Death incredible motorcycle show with the Riders of the Thunderdome. 90 feet above the street will be the glorious Viva Vision showing the sites and sounds of the new year. 10 downtown Las Vegas casinos will be transformed into the largest private party. Tickets for the NYE event are available by calling 877 834 2748.
The celebration will include 12.5 million lights, nonstop entertainment, classic Las Vegas neon and an exciting party.
Celine Dion says au revoir to “A New Day” concert from Caesars Palace Las Vegas, NV hotel. An emotional Celine ends her Las Vegas show into the wee hours of Sunday morning talking with fans, celebrities, family and reporters in the Colosseum.
Celine is part of a large family, youngest of 14 siblings, 10 of which were with her Sunday morning. Her son, Rene Charles, husband manager, Rene Angelil and her mother attended the eventful final performance at Caesars.
The Pearl new concert theater at the Palms Hotel Las Vegas real estate opened this past Saturday. The Pearl theater has several tiers of intimate seating in a large crescent shaped room with a large foyer and towering ceilings.
The new venue at the Palms Casino Las Vegas has a seating capacity of 1,100 to 2,500
On either side of the stage there are nine skyboxes including no obstructed views at the new theater.
The venue seems both big and small, and that’s the entire point.
No seat in this new Las Vegas venue is more than 120 feet from the stage.