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Hey, Peachy: Here’s How To Celebrate Your 21st Birthday In Vegas

Last updated: June 28, 2019 at 12:46 pm. Posted by in Flamingo Las Vegas, Things to Do in Las Vegas. Comments Off on Hey, Peachy: Here’s How To Celebrate Your 21st Birthday In Vegas.

Photo of Peachy the Flamingo's 21st birthday cake in Vegas

Peachy, and the rest of his Chilean flamingo flock celebrated with flamingo-friendly treats and a multi-tier faux flamingo-themed birthday cake that was set up for a few birthday pics. Peachy’s got to post to Instagram. Photo by Brian Steffy. Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

In what’s probably the most adorable news you’ll read all day, Peachy the Flamingo, one of the charming residents at the Flamingo Wildlife Habitat, turns 21 years old this week.

With this being Las Vegas, that means Peachy can officially party with the rest of us!

We’ve put together a flockstar party itinerary for Peachy (or anyone celebrating their 21st birthday in Vegas) to celebrate in style without leaving the comforts of his home at Flamingo Las Vegas.

Celebrating 21st Birthday in Vegas

Las Vegas bunk bed rooms at the Flamingo Las Vegas

Just call dibs on the bunk you like. Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Check in to Your Swanky New Bunk bed Room

Start the occasion right by checking the flock into one of Flamingo’s new, group-friendly bunk bed accommodations.

The luxe Bunk Bed Suite packs 1,000 square feet of stylish goodness into its walls, with a 500-square-foot parlor area and a 430-square-foot bedroom with two queen beds and two full-size bunks. All in all, you can fit six in this room.

The parlor area includes oversize lounge furniture and a full kitchenette, so you have space for all sorts of games, snacks, and any other fun activities you have in mind.

The smaller Bunk Bed Room, at 515 square feet, sleeps six and is perfect for a group that just wants to crash for the night. It has a separate vanity area and living area, so you don’t have to get in everyone’s business while getting ready.

Peachy 21st birthday Cocktail Flamingo in Las Vegas

It’s almost too pretty to drink. Photo by Brian Steffy. Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Wet Your Beak with a Drink at Bird Bar

Where else would you go for your first legal drink? Bird’s right in the name!

At this quirky, bird-cage-bedazzled bar, enjoy a Pink Flamingo cocktail any time of day, now through July 31. Featuring Barefoot Rosé and New Amsterdam peach vodka with a splash of soda, the $10 drink is topped with signature pink flamingo gummies and a special flamingo stir stick.

Looking to save some cash on you birthday celebration? Between 5 – 6 p.m. take advantage of the awesome 50-cent beer happy hour at Bird Bar.

If you and the flock are feeling a little competitive, try Bird Bar’s beer pong tables and flex those awesome pong skills.

Go Pool party at Flamingo Las Vegas

Join the party at Flamingo’s Go Pool. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Perch at GO Pool Beach Club

What’s a better idea– and a more gracious one – than a beer pong victory lap? How about taking in some rays and some beats at GO Pool Dayclub?

Get a cabana by the pool for the flock, kick back with some tropical drinks and enjoy the hidden oasis vibes while listening to some of Vegas’ hottest DJs and performers. Some of GO Pool’s upcoming talent includes big names like Flo Rida (on June 23), so you know it’s a good time.

The surf and turf plate at Center Cut Steakhouse Las Vegas

Sharing is caring. Sharing surf & turf is REALLY caring. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Dine at Center Cut Steakhouse

It’s time to celebrate the occasion with class – at a classic Vegas steakhouse.

Dimly lit with cool retro touches, Center Cut is a blast-from-the-past steakhouse that offers a look at the Sin City of old while serving premium cuts of beef free from hormones and steroids.

Since flamingos have a diet that includes shellfish – we suggest Peach split some Surf & Turf with his carnivore friends. Just a suggestion, that’s all!

Play Some Table Games

Hit me! Double down! Kenooooo!

Wait, that last one doesn’t go with a table game – not that you’d know, as a newly minted 21 year old, right?

For your first night out at 21, you’ve got to try your luck at some of Flamingo’s table games. We’re fans of craps, which looks complicated but is a fun, social game. You can always let someone among the other players take you under their wing and flamingle with the other players.

If that’s all too anxiety-inducing, you can always stick to something simple like blackjack. And hey, the number 21 is pretty significant in that game, too!

X Burlesque adult Las Vegas show by Thoma Corruzi

Is it hot in here? Photo by Thoma Corruzi.

Night Out at X Burlesque

What better way to celebrate this milestone of adulthood than with an adult show?

X Burlesque, set inside a cabaret-style theater, features acts like a giant champagne glass burlesque dance and classic strip tease just to add to the seductive air of it all. The 75-minute topless revue features gorgeous dancers, steamy fantasy scenes and a great variety of modern and classic music.

Stick around for the meet and greet for an autographed poster to commemorate the occasion. Because you know what’s hot? Freebies are hot.

If you’re still out late after the show, maybe hit up Bird Bar one more time for reverse happy hour from 2 a.m. – 10 a.m. for a night cap before heading to bed.

So, get out there, party responsibly, but have a ton of fun. Happy 21st birthday, Peachy!

Peachy, one of eight Chilean flamingos at the Flamingo Wildlife Habitat in Las Vegas.

Peachy, one of eight Chilean flamingos at the Flamingo Wildlife Habitat. Photo by Brian Steffy. Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

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