Labor Day Celebration Tip the Scale at Palms

The Palms Casino Resort Las Vegas is embracing the work hard play hard attitude for their Labor Day weekend celebration, which is sure to be on of Las Vegas’ hottest party spots.  Labor Day weekend offers a dynamic entertainment line-up at Palms Pool & Bungalows, Rain Nightclub, Moon Nightclub and ghOstbar, including a live performance by Billboard Music Award Winner, Wiz Khalifa.

Wiz Khalifa will headline the weekend with a special performance on Friday, August 31 at Palms Pool & Bungalows for Ditch Fridays. The “Black and Yellow” rapper will perform fan favorites for the sun-kissed day-clubbers including "Young, Wild & Free” as well as hits from his new sophomore album ‘O.N.I.F.C.’ which will be releases August 28, 2012.

The Labor Day Weekend line-up at Palms also features:

Saturday, September 1

  • DJ Roger Sanchez at Palms Pool Saturdays – Grammy Award winning producer and DJ, Roger Sanchez, brings his internationally acclaimed house music to the high-energy pool party at Palms Pool & Bungalows.
  • Taboo of the Black Eyed Peas at Rain Nightclub – Taboo of the Black Eyed Peas brings his interactive DJ set and performance to the lively and glamorous nightclubbers of the ultimate nightlife destination, Rain Nightclub.


Sunday, September 2

  • Sex Panther at Sunday Scene – The hot DJ duo, Sex Panther, bring their never-ending energy and infectious enthusiasm to Sunday Scene pool party at Palms Pool & Bungalows.
  • Disco Fries at ghostbar – The Disco Fries bring their successful house music remixes to ghostbar to close out the holiday weekend.
  • DJ Alie Layus at Moon Nightclub – Moon Nightclub opens for a special Sunday night, only for Labor Day Weekend. International DJ Alie Layus brings her fusion of hip-hop and electro mixes to the nightclub to close out Labor Day Weekend in style.

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