Marquee Las Vegas brings the nostalgia of our most memorable school social events and parties like Prom and Homecoming to Marquee Mondays, Las Vegas’ most popular schoolindustry night! Were you social in Student Council and now the VIP Host with the Most? Were you top tier on the Cheer squad and now a professional bottle popper? Dust off your old school swag and be a part of Marquee University’s inaugural class! Submit your (and your friends!) favorite old school yearbook photos to see if you made it on the Marquee University Industry Yearbook Photo Wall at each event! Are your social skills as good #IRL as they are on social media? See if you and your friends’ names make it on the Honor Roll press wall at each party! Were you and your high school sweetheart voted cutest couple? Find out if looks (and relationships) stand the test of time during the industry’s most social contests at each event, powered by Instagram Story! Vegas’ most notable industry personalities and visitors alike are encouraged to dress in theme to each event to compete for social media’s most coveted titles, crowns and prizes! Take a trip back in time as these themed events transform Marquee Las Vegas into the school year’s most anticipated dress up days in nightlife!
The City of Las Vegas is tagged as the Entertainment Capital of the World because of its wide array of casinos. But what makes Las Vegas popular among the night owls is its tremendous selection of night clubs and bars where people can actually experience the ultimate nightlife like no other cities can do.
Vegas is the most populated city in Nevada and also ranks 28 when it comes to being the most populated city in the United States. The city in internationally recognized as a capital district for shopping, gambling, fine dining, bar hopping, clubbing or in the simplest term, the ultimate luxury nightlife experience. In the state of Nevada, Las Vegas is also the front-runner in terms of commercial centers, business finances and culture.
For many Americans, Las Vegas is the IT destination to ring in the New Year. In the city with nicknames like the “City of Lights” and “Glitter Gulch” becomes even more dazzling for New Year’s Eve. At 6 p.m., the world famous Las Vegas Strip will be completely closed to vehicular traffic, thereby creating enough room for an enormous street party with over 300,000 people expected to attend. The highlight of this mega-event is as the clock strikes midnight, when fireworks will be shot simultaneously from the rooftops of seven major Vegas casinos including the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino, Caesars Palace and the Venetian for a breathtaking display of pyrotechnics.
Once named the world’s best city for New Year’s Eve, Las Vegas has plenty of other festivities going on to ring in the New Year. For instance, popular singer-songwriter Bruno Mars will headline the NYE show at the Park Theater at the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino, Maroon 5 will host another major NYE party at the Mandalay Bay Events Center, Elton John will perform his classic hits at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace and Sting will appear at the Chelsea, inside the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
Additionally, in downtown Vegas, there will be a 21 and over street party at the Fremont Street Experience and a host of big name music acts are slated to appear at some of the best Vegas nightclubs, such as Calvin Harris at Omnia Nightclub, Major Lazer at Wynn Las Vegas, Ludacris at the Light Nightclub, the Weeknd at the Marquee and Drake will take the stage at Hakkasan Nightclub’s NYE Celebration.
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