If you can't afford to get to Las Vegas, you might want to hit up Kitchen 305. The Newport Beachside Hotel & Resort's premiere restaurant will be hosting live entertainment that is only comparable to the strip itself.
Miami high-rollers are invited to get a peak at some sexiest shows to grace Sunny Isles. Performances include a lingerie model runway show, "Magic Mike" dancers, Cirque du Soleil-inspired acts, show girls, burlesque numbers and DJ Gringo providing us with music to beat in our ears for the night.
This event is free and open to the public today, November 22nd. Ladies will be able to enjoy open bar from 10p.m. to 11p.m. The first 100 people will receive complimentary dinner.
Rumors have swirled that Miley Cyrus' hit "Wrecking Ball," is about ex-fiance Liam Hemsworth. Now that the young couple's rocky engagement has ended, Cyrus may have dropped a major hint that the song is indeed inspired by her roller coaster relationship.
At the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas this past weekend, the controversial songstress performed her emotional hit with tears running down her cheek. She struggled through the song and you could clearly see the mascara streaks on her face and hear her voice cracking throughout the performance.
Since then, Mr. Simpson has not had the best of luck. In 2008, Simpson was convicted of storming into a Las Vegas hotel room with other men, taking thousands of dollars’ worth of memorabilia that dated from his sports career. He was charged with convictions on robbery, kidnapping, and burglary charges, and sentenced to 33 years in prison, with eligibility for parole in nine years
There is something else besides Valentine's Day to celebrate this week, and you don't need a significant other to participate. For Catholics, Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent, a time of year in which it is customary to abstain from pleasurable excesses. For many, that means the time leading up to Lent is the time to get in as much debauchery as possible before the fasting and piety begin, and this time is usually called carnaval. While the parades, drinking, dancing, and street food have been going on for weeks in Brazil, the culmination of the festivities happens tomorrow, February 12th, which is when SUSHISAMBA is hosting its yearly Carnaval Celebração.
Where will your favorite A-list celebrities be when the ball drops? Why, Vegas of course! Vegas will host a slew of celebrities who will be hosting parties across Sin City’s hottest nightclubs. New York City also will provide the backdrop for several other celebs who want to be in the heart of it all. Here’s a glimpse at where some of Hollywood’s elite will be this NYE:
- Kim Kardashian - 1 Oak Nightclub
- Ice T and Coco – LAX
- Nicky Minaj – Pure
- Santana – Foundation Room
- Pitbull – The Palms
- Robin Thicke – Bagatelle Restaurant & Supper Club
- Brandy - LAVO Nightclub
- J. Cole - TAO Nightclub
- Lil Jon - Tryst Nightclub
- Travis Barker - Rain Nightclub
- Foster The People - Bank Nightclub
- Lloyd - Revolution Lounge
It’s NYE and you know the drill:
Hot venue √
Sexy outfit √
Champagne at midnight √
What could possibly make ringing in a brand new year that much more spectacular? A performance by one of electronic dance music's hottest DJ’s? Absolutely! If you’re lucky enough to attend any of the NYE parties spanning across these five fabulous cities, you’ll be guaranteed beats, ball drops and a banging good time! Here’s a look at the Top 5:
Armin van Buuren – New York City
Don’t miss out on this adrenaline fueled electric dance party extravaganza presented by Joonbug.com. It all goes down at Pier 36, a 64,000 square foot pier that stretches out to Manhattan’s East River. There’s a 3-hour open bar taking place between 9:00 pm – 12:00 am. This event is strictly 21+. Several VIP packages are available and tickets can be purchased by clicking here.
The beast is back at Palms Casino Resort with Ghostbar Dayclub (GBDC), Las Vegas’ first high-energy daytime extravaganza. The weekly party returned las Saturday with its Grandiose Opening and continues every Saturday at 1 p.m. Encouraging guests to don playful costumes while indulging in adult-friendly piñatas, high-end beer bongs, choreographed Go-Gos, themed costume parties, music by world-renowned DJs, delicious eats and much more inside ghostbar, the sultry and sophisticated indoor-outdoor lounge and sky deck located 55 floors above the famous Las Vegas Strip.
Las Vegas may be the place to party, but for a relaxing and intriguing cocktail, Scottsdale, Arizona is the place to go. If you 're looking to sip on a pleasant bourbon beverage in honor of National Bourbon Month, The JW Marriott Camelback Inn Resort & Spa has you covered. Enjoy the delicious Cowboy Killer Manhattan, so either head on over to order one up, or make your own!
Cowboy Killer Manhattan
2 oz. Maker’s Mark Bourbon
1 oz. sweet vermouth
1 oz. Grand Marnier
6 ea Grand Marnier soaked Morello Cherries
2 dashes Peychaud’s bitters
1 Grand Marnier soaked Morello Cherry Pick For Garnish
1. Muddle Cherries with a two dashes of bitters
2. Add remaining ingredients then ice and shake vigorously
3. Pour into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with Morello Cherry Pick
From DJing and producing, to owning Australian nightclubs and having their own reality show, The Stafford Brothers are taking the EDM scene by force. The Aussie brothers have kept extremely busy over the past few years with releases on labels like Stealth and Cr2, in the midst of touring and filming two seasons of their very own self-titled reality show. We caught up with Matt and Chris Stafford when they were in New York to talk about their Las Vegas residency, their TV show possibly coming to America, and everything else they have planned for the rest of the year.
House legend Fedde le Grand is a master in the studio and behind the decks alike. His unique style and unparalleled drive has made him a worldwide sensation, casting him amongst the forerunners of club idols. With his own label, Flamingo Records, and many chart-bound releases in store, he has some exciting times ahead of him.
Maxfield: You recently performed at EDC LV. What’s your impression of Vegas?