Around the Nightlife Scene - August 31, 2014

Venus Pool ClubVenus Pool Club at Caesars Palace Hosts Fantasy Football Parties and VIP Packages
The Strips’ premier adults-only daytime experience Venus Pool Club within Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis at Caesars Palace welcomes football fans and partygoers alike as they gather with their fantasy football leagues poolside and indulge in unrivaled VIP packages. Now through Sunday, Sept. 14 guests can kick off football season in style as the European destination hosts the ultimate game day offerings MORE>>

LiFe NightclubLiFE Nightclub Unveils September Line-Up Featuring Borgore, Chris Lake, EDX and Fatboy Slim
LiFE Nightclub, the premier mega-club at SLS Las Vegas, reveals an exciting artist roster for September. Tapping top DJ and producer talents with a diverse music style, LiFE is dedicated to creating an exhilarating experience that captivates club goers. September lineup includes BORLESQUE, Chris Lake, EDX and more. MORE>>

Las Vegas nightlifeNightlife Void: The Cool Stuff Our Clubbing Capital is Still Missing
Las Vegas is arguably the epicenter of club culture in America, and we have the billion-dollar revenue and exclusive DJ residencies to prove it. But we still manage to come up short. Let us whine, er, count the ways. Live shows: This week, producer/DJ Porter Robinson launches his much-anticipated Worlds Tour, performing songs “live” via synthesizers, samples and multi-tracking, as opposed to just mixing them in a DJ set. MORE>>

Club Opening in Waco AreaNightclub’s Grand Opening Brightens Waco Nightlife
Waco’s nightlife just got a little bit brighter, thanks to a new nightclub located at 520 Austin Avenue. Kuma Night Club will be open in approximately three weeks, said Jamen Saziru, the club’s marketing promotions and public relations manager. The location’s ground floor will operate as a sushi restaurant during the week, while the second floor functions as a nightclub Thursday through Saturday. MORE>>

Long Beach nightlifeTaskforce Unveils Potential New Rules For Downtown Long Beach Nightclubs
Changes likely are coming to how downtown nightclubs do business. The Downtown Long Beach Dining & Entertainment District Taskforce hosted its first public meeting on Thursday night to give some of its preliminary recommendations to change the rules for the district. “It’s not complete, but we felt the need to get input,” said Eric Carr, taskforce member and former Downtown Residential Council president. MORE>>

TommorrowWorldTomorrowWorld Reveals Theme Stage
The country’s largest 21 and older music festival, TomorrowWorld, has announced “The Arising of Life,” as its theme and the Volcano Stage as its main stage. “The Arising of Life” was the theme for TomorrowLand 2013, which had more than 180,000 attendees and 16 million online viewers. The American offshoot of Belgium’s TomorrowLand, said the Volcano Stage is more than 400 feet wide and 100 feet tall. MORE>

Miami NightlifeMiami Bar, Brewery, Lounge and Nightclub Openings, Plus Big Plans for Hotel Nightlife
Josh Wagner, nightlife guru and former managing partner of LDV Hospitality's food and beverage program at The Gale, is taking his talents to "Mid-Beach" where the Edition, 2901 Collins Ave., is essentially rising out of thin air. The sleek urban resort, set to open in Nov., boasts big plans for a restaurant by Michelin-starred chef Jean-Georges, a gourmet marketplace, a lobby bar with a direct view of the ocean (the only in Miami Beach, they say), an alfresco movie theater and private beach. MORE>>

Ward DistrictD.C. Officials Unveil Plans to Transform Ward 5
D.C. officials unveiled a plan Wednesday that they hope will lay the groundwork to transform the District’s Ward 5 and change its reputation as a dumping ground for businesses other neighborhoods don’t want. The ward, located mostly in the Northeast quadrant of the city, is home to 1,030 acres of industrially zoned land — half of the industrial zoned lots in the entire city. MORE>>

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