Monday, December 21, 2009
Las Vegas heats up for NYE
A new decade is about to dawn and if you haven’t yet got any plans to celebrate the arrival of 2010 it’s not too late! Las Vegas is turning up the heat on the biggest party night of the year. The hottest celebrities will be hosting the hottest parties at the hottest clubs in the world.
For those up for a bit of dance, world-famous DJs will be spinning the decks. Paul Oakenfold presents his set Perfecto Vegas at Rain in the Palms. The newest club on the strip, Haze, is having its grand opening on New Year’s Eve and is doing it in style. Tiesto is the biggest DJ in the world and he’ll be there as part of his new ‘Kaleidescope’ tour, bringing his trance music to the appropriately experiential club.
Celebs will be present in droves. Eva Longoria will be hosting the celebrations at Eve, her new club in CityCenter. Nicole Richie is hosting at Lavo at Palazzo where husband Joel Madden will also be hitting the decks for a special DJ set. You’ll find 50 Cent ‘in the club’ at PURE, Caesar’s Palace while Christina Aguilera will be hosting at Tao nightclub in the Venetian.
Rubbing shoulders with the celebs will set you back between $75 to $200 USD but for the most part, this includes an open bar and entrees. However, cash is not always king in Vegas. The Strip itself turns into one big party culminating in an impressive fireworks show at midnight, including spectacular displays from the rooftops of all the iconic hotels.
For more information visit www.lasvegas.com.au or call +61 2 9356 2266.
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