Around the Nightlife Scene - August 22, 2013

HakkasanHakkasan Las Vegas Announces Action-Packed September DJ Line Up
As the summer comes to an end Hakkasan Las Vegas at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino will continue to heat up Sin City with an unbeatable roster of DJs through the month of September. An action-packed Labor Day Weekend lineup, including the recent addition of GRAMMY Award-nominated music icon Moby, kicks off the festivities and sets the standard for an incredible month. MORE>>

Caesar's PalaceFIZZ Las Vegas to Open Fall 2013 Inside Caesars Palace
Nightlife innovators Michael Greco and Steven Kennedy's newly formed Marvel Management and Marketing (M3) have collaborated with David Furnish to open a fashionable addition to Caesars Palace Las Vegas in fall 2013. FIZZ Las Vegas, a 2,750-square-foot champagne lounge and bar, will be the epicenter of chic, celebrating the crossroad between champagne and couture cocktail offerings with art, fashion and design. MORE>>

InsomiacInsomniac Crafting Event on Woodstock Grounds
Insomniac is in the works of devising an event that may be on the Saugerties grounds of Woodstock ’94. Proposed to come next Memorial Day weekend, the event would have a possible attendance of up to seventy five thousand people. Along with this, there is said to be between four to seven stages, fireworks, carnival rides and more. The event will be 18+. MORE>>

Electric Zoo logoElectric Zoo Drops Mobile App and Set Times
Electric Zoo is nearing and I am writhing in anticipation. This major event is being held Labor Day weekend (Aug 30- Sep 1) on Randall’s Island in New York. With over 140 acts and 5 stages #EZOO5 is something that you do not want to miss. As we count down the days, Made Event has announced set times for the entire weekend so you can start planning now. MORE>>

Black and White PartyLas Vegas' Black & White Party: One of the Social Events of the Year
It’s time for one of Las Vegas’ biggest social events of the year – the Aid for AIDS of Nevada (AFAN) Black & White Party. AFAN is celebrating the 27th anniversary of its Black & White Party, which began as a humble gathering of community members in 1986 to collect canned foods for those living with HIV/AIDS in Nevada.  AFAN has been in the community for 29 years and serves 4,000 clients in Southern Nevada. One hundred percent of funds raised stay in the area to help those locally MORE>>

XS10 of the Hottest Nightclubs in Vegas
Forget the triple-digit torridness of a desert summer afternoon. In Vegas, things really heat up after the sun sets. From megaclubs to ultra lounges, here are 10 of the most sizzling nightspots Sin City has to offer. Click here to see the 10 Hottest Nightclubs in Las Vegas. MORE>>

Knife Party's Haunted HouseKnife Party Take Their Haunted House to London
Australian duo Knife Party will be taking their trademarked Haunted House show to London’s very own O2 Academy in Brixton. For now not much has been revealed other than that the event will be taking place on November 2nd and that the famed group will be joined by some yet unannounced guests. MORE>>

Royal BlissSalt Lake Rock Band Royal Bliss Opens its own Nightclub
The quartet, Royal Bliss, is still going strong, with a country-wide October and November tour planned and a new album due out in early 2014. Middleton partnered up with Kelly Petersen (formerly a long-time fixture running Salt Lake City’s rock club Liquid Joe’s) to open a new nightclub in Millcreek near the intersection of 900 East and the Van Winkle Expressway. MORE>>

End of an Era?

Gay Migration or End of an Era?
The announcement that Splash, the bar most closely associated with Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood, would close this month put a period not only on the area’s transformation but also on the ideal gay male type in the popular imagination. The end of an era. MORE>>


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