Around the Nightlife Scene - July 10, 2014

After Hours Recording Label from Drai's Entertainment, Turn First Artist and Capitol RecordsDrai's Entertainment, Turn First Artists & Capitol Records Announce the First Record Label on the Las Vegas Strip
After Hours, the new record label from Drai’s Entertainment, Turn First Artists and Capitol Records will be the first recording label of-its-kind to be based on the iconic Las Vegas Strip, while drawing upon the three highly successful business models of its partners: Turn First’s hands-on management; A&R and elevation expertise; Capitol’s A&R, product marketing and industry skills and Drai’s world renowned venue prestige. MORE>>

Venue of Las VegasTake a Look at the Vision for The Venue of Vegas
Surprising signs of life at the future site of The Venue of Vegas, the multi-function event space first proposed for East Fremont seven years ago. The foundation is being dug up and a new rendering is on display, making the project look more feasible than at any time in its long gestation. Original plans called for a comedy room, pizza lounge, various bars, a billiards room, a nightclub and concert venue. MORE>>

Chateau NightclubChateau Announces Management Switch
Chateau Nightclub & Rooftop recently announced the official management takeover by Jonathan Spadafora of Macro Management Group and Steven Kennedy of the 33Group. The two assumed stewardship of the former Angel Management Group spot inside Paris in mid-February. MORE>>

Electric Daisy Carnival Las VegasAfter a Massive 2014, EDC Las Vegas Might Expand to Two Weekends
No one can deny that this year’s EDC blew every previous one out of the water. Insomniac put more work into this year’s spectacle than ever before and anyone who was there could tell that it really paid off. It did so well, in fact, that founder Pasquale Rotella recently said that he is “absolutely” considering expanding the flagship event to two weekends. MORE>>

LEX NightclubLEX Nightclub Grand Opening July 11
Northern Nevada's newest nightspot is officially opening its doors to the public this Friday. LEX Nightclub is one of a kind and there's nothing else like it in Northern Nevada. Directors say the 25,000 square-foot nightclub will be a game-changer for entertainment and nightlife out here. "We just saw a new opportunity to attract a new customer to the Grand Sierra Resort,” said director of nightlife marketing Ben Schwartz. MORE>>

Liaison NightclubGay Nightclub to Open in Bally's
A new gay nightclub and a recently released TV commercial are among the latest indicators that Las Vegas continues to welcome LGBT visitors. Liaison, the latest vision from nightclub impresario Victor Drai, is to launch June 20 at Bally’s, marking the first time an exclusively gay club has opened inside a resort on the Strip. MORE>>

Global Citizen FestivalTiesto, Jay-Z & More Playing for Free in NYC's Central Park
Central Park’s Great Lawn will play host to a variety of music in support of the charity organization Global Citizen. On Saturday, September 27th Jay Z, Tiesto, Fun, Carrie Underwood, No Doubt, and The Roots will take over the City’s largest park during the United Nation’s General Assembly meeting in New York. MORE>>

Moonrise FestivalMoonrise Festival Announces Phase 2 of 2014 Lineup
Steez Promo and Glow DC, the makers behind Baltimore’s Moonrise Festival, have recently released the second phase of this year’s lineup. Although 2013 saw an unfortunate cancellation due to a permit issue, this August 9th and 10th will make up for lost time with Kaskade and Bassnectar headlining both nights. MORE>>

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