Gear up for March Madness and celebrate the world’s greatest sport in the world’s greatest city: Las Vegas. It’s time to bust out those jerseys, drag your buds out to the bar, and have a nice cold one while you watch the game.
There’s no need to head all the way down to the Caribbean for spring break this year. Las Vegas is becoming an incredibly popular spring break destination, and it’s easy to see why. Sin City offers you and your friends the opportunity to indulge, whether you’re into booze, clubs, or casinos.
Are you a football fan? Are you looking for a surefire way to make Super Bowl Sunday a weekend-long event? You can watch the game, the entertainment and the commercials while at the same time enjoying world-class food, accommodations and some of the best nightlife in the country in sunny Las Vegas.
Not sure how to get started with your Las Vegas trip? Look no further than this handy guide, where we list everything you need to consider to get the most out of your vacation.
Good news for visitors to Las Vegas. The city, and the many attractions in it, is constantly changing with the times. It stays abreast of all new and modern technology, fun, excitement, entertainment, and comfort. The project that is now underway is the renovation of the Las Vegas Palms. This multi million dollar venture will change, and improve the hotel from the bottom floor to the top.
On Tuesday, November 7, Omnia Nightclub, located inside Caesar’s Palace, will host a benefit concert. This benefit, presented by the Hakkasan Group in Las Vegas, will help raise funds for the victims and families of the tragic shooting of October 1.
So you’re going to Las Vegas for the cars, right. The only thing you’re interested in are the new creations you’ll see at SEMA. It’s all about the cars. There’s no other reason to head to Sin City with your buddies this October. You’re not going to enjoy a good meal, a night on the town, and you’re certainly not planning to set foot in a casino. Nope, it’s all about the cars.
Are you and your friends heading to Las Vegas in a few weeks for the Exodus Festival? Even if you have tickets, you might not be getting the full experience. That’s where Brian Pfeiffer and Surreal Nightlife comes in.