Chris Brown and Drai’s nightclub in Las Vegas have officially chosen to let bygones be bygones.
Months after crooner Chris Brown had his residency at the Vegas hot spot snatched away from him, TMZ reports that Breezy is back in the club’s good graces.
Apparently, all it took was a sit-down conversation between Brown and the management team at Drai’s to work out their differences with one another. The financial benefit of the singer’s return (for both parties) may have also served as a motivating factor.
“We both value the relationship and look forward to having Chris back in front of his fans again,” a rep for Drai’s revealed to TMZ.
Watch 4,000-plus exotic fish swimming in the colorful Silverton Aquarium. There are “mermaids” swimming in 117,000-gallon reef aquarium and the mermaids swim among the fish and interacting with visitors watching from the outside. The mermaids are more than just pretty ladies donning colorful fins and bikini tops. These women have various backgrounds, from synchronized and competitive swimming to ballet. You’ll see them twirl, flip, dance and do other fun stunts — you would almost believe they really are part-fish!
You may wonder how the mermaids breathe underwater, since they’re swimming in the tank 15 minutes at a time. Every mermaid is scuba-certified and gets air from hookah ports throughout the tank. In addition to the mermaids, you can also sometimes catch divers feeding stingrays. During the feedings, there’s a guide outside the tank who’ll take questions from the audience. The divers have a built-in speaker in their suit and can answer anything you want to know about the fish
Here are this week’s best bets for nightlife in Las Vegas December 16th 2016
Las Vegas Bowl rally Get pumped up for the annual Las Vegas Bowl at the pep rally on Friday at Fremont Street Experience. Bands, cheerleaders and mascots from San Diego State and Houston will entertain fans, alumni and football lovers from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on the First Street Stage.
A Sinners Christmas 2 The Sin City Sinners will host their annual Christmas in Vegas toy drive and concert Friday at the Hard Rock Hotel. Doors open at 9:30 p.m. at Vinyl. There is no cover, but showgoers are asked to donate a new, unwrapped toy. Toys will be collected by the Marine Corps for Toys for Tots.
Virgil Abloh Check out sounds by music producer and Off-White designer and founder Virgil Abloh when he DJs Friday at XS Nightclub. Doors open at 10 p.m. at Wynn Las Vegas.
Mistletoe Ball Marquee Nightclub will host its fourth annual Mistletoe Ball on Monday. The event will feature sounds by Andrew Rayel and a $5,000 prize to the biggest crew in ugly sweaters. Doors open at 10:30 p.m. at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
Rock Shot Bingo Red Rock Resort will host Rock Shot Bingo on Thursday. The session will be hosted by Bryan Chan and feature DJ Shai Peri. The fee is $25 and includes 10 electronic bingo games, shots and prizes for winners. Doors open at 8 p.m. and the session begins at 9 p.m.
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.
Beer Park will host an after-party following the UNLV-UNR football game Saturday. UNLV returns to the field Saturday for the final time this season to host in-state rival Nevada and battle for the Fremont Cannon at Sam Boyd Stadium. Fans in Rebels or Wolf Pack gear or with a valid university ID will receive a complimentary Bud Signature draft upon entry at the bar and grill at Paris Las Vegas.
iHeartRadio will fill the T-Mobile Arena on Friday and Saturday for the likes of U2, Drake, Sting and Usher. But millions more outside Las Vegas will be watching it via live streaming on CWTV.com and The CW app, or listening on 150 radio stations or the iHeartRadio app, which the festival was created to promote six years ago. The iHeart fest puts U2, Drake, Sia and Billy Idol on the same bill Friday and has Sting sharing the spotlight with Britney Spears and Ariana Grande on Saturday.
STK’s Fourth Annual White Party lends a Hamptons-inspired vibe for the biggest bash of the year featuring free-flowing champagne, high energy music, signature STK hors d’oeuvres and all-white fashions from casual to couture. Actress, author and comedian Heather McDonald will host the party. White attire is required for entrance.
There is no cover charge to attend, and limited table reservations will be available.
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