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Close the Summer in style…Vegas style.
Labor Day, the first Monday in September is officially a dedication to the social and economic achievements of American workers. It constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of the United States of America. As far as Las Vegas is concerned, Labor Day is the last big party weekend of the summer!
It’s needless to say that everybody is going to do it big. Labor Day 2011 is sure to be one for the record books. Concerts that weekend include larger than life performers such as Deadmau5, Gloria Trevi, Sade, Tiesto, 30 seconds to Mars, Def Leopard and the B-52s. One great thing about Vegas concerts is that you know the after party is going to be incredible.
But we’re not done yet…. Labor Day is the last big party weekend that Vegas pool parties will be open (most pool party’s close in late September). Pool party performers already slated to perform include the biggest names in house, hip/hop and electronic music. Skrillex, Lil Jon, Nelly, Roger Sanchez, EC Twins, A-Trak, Afrojack, Calvin Harris , Akon, Kaskade, Will.I.Am, Estelle, Chuckie & Martin Solveig are all hosting pool or nightclub parties this weekend. It’s definitely going to be a weekend to remember.
3 days of the wildest parties you will ever see!
If you have never done Halloween in Vegas, then you have never done Halloween. If you have been to Vegas before you know how excessive people can get here. Well then just imagine how big it gets in Vegas on Halloween. Vegas Halloween parties are WAY crazier than any other city! The weather is still a beautiful 70-80 degrees, even at night. Clubs compete for the biggest Halloween Bash. They have Halloween parties with $5,000, $10,000 even $20,000 costume contests. And of course there are literally thousands of hot ladies in their sexiest costumes ready to party. There is never a loss of something to do or something to see on Halloween in Vegas.
New Year’s Eve(Start planning today!)
Lastly, there is New Year’s Eve in Vegas. It is almost hard to describe the vibe in the City on NYE because it is so electric. 250,000+ people will be on the Strip partying with their drinks in hand (because that is perfectly legal here). The pulsing excitement on the Strip coupled with the miles of fireworks atop the rooftops of casinos makes Vegas a must see for New Years.
Every club has a major headliner hosting so there will be no shortage of hot parties. Last New Year’s Eve in Vegas had celebrities such as P Diddy, Cold Play, Rihanna, Jay-Z, Kanye West, Beyonce and Eric Morillo all headlining at NYE parties on the Strip. This coming New Year’s Eve is shaping up to be even bigger this year. And of course, just about every major DJ in the world will be spinning here. You are not going to want to miss it.
If you have not been to Vegas in a few years, you may be surprised to see how many House/EDM DJs are headlining on the Las Vegas Strip. As of 2010, there are more EDM DJs playing on the Vegas Strip than any other music genre. That makes us wonder, where did EDM come from and how did it get to be the music of choice on the Vegas party scene?
The roots of EDM may be surprising. House/EDM (electronic dance music) originated in 1960s Jamaica. Innovative Jamaican DJs overlaid tracks on top of each other with a reel to reel tape player, an amp and an MC. This became known as Dub Music, but it was also the birth of EDM and House music. In the 70s Detroit House music DJ Frankie Knuckles AKA “The Grandfather of House” was the first DJ to rock a party with two turntables and a mixer. This advance in mixing records was the beginning of what we know as modern house music. At this same time, Europeans were discovering their own form of EDM by speeding up dance tracks in a form of mixing know as Gabba. In the 90s, Gabba gains major popularity in the UK club scene and gave birth to the dance music genres Drum & Bass, Trance and Jungle music.
That leads us to today. Unless you’ve been under a rock or haven’t been to Vegas lately, EDM is the music of choice in the hottest nightclubs. According to managing partner of mega club XS Jesse Waits, demand is what is pushing the EDM takeover in Las Vegas (LVS, 2011). Major venues are starting to book more EDM DJs and with the addition of the Electric Daisy Carnival being held in Vegas over Memorial Day weekend, Las Vegas has officially been declared the EDM capital of the World, even beating the hedonistic Spanish getaway, Ibiza.
So what is propelling the EDM takeover in Las Vegas clubs and pool parties? It is based on the overall club experience. The Las Vegas club experience is like no other clubbing experience. With 100 Million Dollar Mega venues hosting 5000-7,000 patrons nightly, the Vegas clubbing experience is more like a show than a party. The DJ, the music and the club lighting coordinate to give club goers an overall intimacy with the music they are listening to by indulging all 5 senses. Nowhere is this more true than at the newest Strip mega club Marquee Nightclub at the Cosmopolitan. This 60,000 sq.ft. cosmical venue hosts 2 dance floors and 4 different rooms that cater to everybody musical taste from House music to Hip Hop and everything in between. Now that Vegas has a steady stream of international DJ phenoms performing regularly such as Tiësto, Paul van Dyk, David Guetta, Dirty South, Kaskade, Deadmau5 and Armin van Buuren to compliment the awesome weather and remarkable nightclub venues, the EDM music scene is expected to get bigger and even better.
Here at Red Carpet VIP, we deal with every kind of client. However, lately we have definitely been the hosting company of choice for many international clients. Why is that? Our international customers love the personalized service and attention to detail that Red Carpet VIP provides them. “Many of our international clients don’t understand how the Vegas nightlife scene works” says Annie, Executive Assistant to the Director of Sales at Red Carpet VIP “They don’t realize that being on the guest list or having a VIP pass means absolutely nothing when 2000 other people have the same thing. Our clients really appreciate the honest way our specialists explain everything so they are not culture shocked when they arrive”. In July, Red Carpet VIP hosted over 600 international clients from all over the world.
Red Carpet VIP also makes it easy to do international business. Our VIP specialists are use to taking appointments at 3 or 4 AM in Las Vegas to make sure they reach our international clients at the appropriate hour. We also communicate with our clients through email, instant messaging and social media. We make it as easy as possible to reach any of our VIP Specialists whenever. See what some of our international partiers have to say about their Red Carpet VIP experience.
“Hey Jeremy, I also wanted to say thanks for the many arrangements and advice that you and your crew provide over this past weekend. Partying in Vegas was phenomenal, and it wouldn’t have been the same without your help. I’ll definitely recommend you guys should any of my other friends plan an event in Vegas. I’m still hung over from the partying and the fact that I’m back in Toronto going abouts my routine life again sucks. I’m going to have to find some way to make it back to Vegas again Hahah. Until then, all the best bro.”
– Dennis, Ontario
(Weekend of July 29-31, 2011)
Hi T – Hope you are well. Just a quick message to say thanks. We had the time of our lives in Vegas and we are all certain that it wouldn’t have been half as enjoyable had it not been for you being so on point with getting our shit sorted out. We all owe you a huge thank you and you have secured our trust and business for any future trips to Vegas.
– Small M (hahaha), UK
(Weekend of June 17-19, 2011)
“Hi Jeff M. (JMar), I just want to thank you for your advice and assistance provided when we were looking to book packages. We were certainly most satisfied and if we come back to Vegas we will be looking you up again. We will most certainly pass on the good experience we had with your Company if any of our friends are hoping to travel over. Many thanks.
– Georgina, Ireland
(Weekend of July 15-17, 2011)
- 8/20 – Josh Groban: Straight To You Tour
- 8/20 – Tyga : Live In Concert
- 8/22 – Rock the Bells – Las Vegas: Raekwon/Ghost/Mobb Deep
- 8/26 – Phil Vassar
- 8/26 – Young Jeezy
- 8/26 – Ray Romano
- 8/27 – Sugarland
- 8/27 – FX’s The League Live
- 8/28 – The Butthole Surfers
- 8/30 – Linkin Park
- 9/02 – David Spade
- 9/02 – Deadmau
- 9/03 – Gloria Trevi
- 9/03 – Sade with John Legend
- 9/03 – Tiesto
- 9/03 – Thirty Seconds To Mars
- 9/04 – Def Lepard
- 9/04 – B-52s
- 9/10 – Selena Gomez
- 9/10 – Collective Soul
- 9/11 – Bill Maher
- 9/15 – Alejandro Fernández
- 9/15 – Gabriel Iglesias
- 9/15 – Luis Miguel
- 9/16 – Ke$ha Presents The Get $leazy Tour
- 9/16 – One Republic
- 9/16 – Fantasia with Special Guest Jon B
- 9/16 – Rock ‘n Roll Wine’s Wine Amplified Festival featuring Train
- 9/17 – Maroon 5 with special guest Matt Nathanson
- 9/23-9/24 – iHeartRadio Music Festival featuring:
- Lady Gaga, Coldplay, Nicki Minaj, the Black Eyed Peas, Alicia Keys, Carrie Underwood ,Steven Tyler ,Kenny Chesney, Jennifer Lopez, David Guetta, Rascal Flatts, Kelly Clarkson and John Mayer
- 9/30 – Erasure: Tomorrow’s World Tour
- 10/01 – Andrés Calamaro
- 10/01 – Justin Timberlake
- 10/01 – Tiesto
- 10/01 – Misfits with Guilty by Association, NE Last Words & Juicehead
- 10/01 – Dennis Miller
- 10/01 – Liza Minnelli with Special Guest Jeff Tracta
- 10/01 – Blondie
- 10/01 – Incubus: If Not Now, When? US Tour
- 10/01 – Chris Tucker
- 10/13 – Steely Dan
- 10/13 – Maze featuring Frankie Beverly
- 10/13 – Patti Labelle
- 10/20 – Joan Rivers
- 10/20-10/27 – Rodney Carrington
- 10/28 – Darius Rucker
- 10/29 – Bret Michaels
- 10/29 – Tiesto