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Splashy Parties And Scorching Deals: Where to Spend Labor Day In Las Vegas

Last updated: August 29, 2014 at 12:56 pm. Posted by in Promotions, The LINQ, Things to Do in Las Vegas. Comments Off on Splashy Parties And Scorching Deals: Where to Spend Labor Day In Las Vegas.

In addition to entertainment at Brooklyn Bowl, there are plenty of performances set for The LINQ's central Fountain Stage beginning nightly at 7 p.m.

In addition to entertainment at Brooklyn Bowl, there are plenty of performances set for The LINQ’s central Fountain Stage beginning nightly at 7 p.m.

Unlike most cities, Labor Day Weekend in Las Vegas doesn’t signal the end of summer—it’s just another excuse for a killer three day weekend of non-stop fun. The deals, discounts and specials over August 30-September 1 are just as sizzling as the triple digit weather that goes until October.

From live music to specially-priced rides on the High Roller and plenty of food and drink incentives, here’s a rundown of the exclusive offerings to expect on this holiday weekend.

THE LINQ

-August 29, 30, 31 at 8 p.m. – Avett Brothers

-August 29 & 30 at midnight: Bowltrain with Questlove, the Grammy Award-winning drummer from The Roots. Tickets start at $20 at the door.

-A free preview of DJ Questlove will begin during the first set of Silent Disco at The LINQ Fountains, starting at 10 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 30. Guests can dance to music with the provided wireless headphones during Silent Disco which is open to all ages and free to the public.

-Free hour of bowling and shoe rental (8 guests max per lane with purchase of $30 or more with a minimum 2 people per lane)

September 1 – $30 all you-can-drink specials from 8 to 11 p.m. and free bowling for locals; Also September 1, Ashley Red at 8 p.m. – no cover

  • High Roller: Daytime – $19.95; Nighttime – $34.95; Happy Hour with open bar 4-7 p.m. $24.95 and 10 p.m.-1 a.m. $39.95; Children 12 and under are always free
  • Sprinkles Cupcakes: Be the first to try a brand new flavor: S’more ice cream, containing creamy graham cracker ice cream with marshmallow ice cream and ribbons of hot fudge
  • Yardhouse: 50% off select pizzas, appetizers and drink features on all 160 craft beers, specialty cocktails, wines by the glass and house martinis
  • Ruby Blue: 75% off select items
  • Bella Scarpa: 75% off select items
  • Purple Zebra: $3 premium & top shelf shots; $3 bottled beer; 30% off select frozen daiquiris in a souvenir vessel; live music on Saturday, Aug. 30
  • Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar: Friday through Monday, $5 Coronas and Corona Lights; Any Chayo margarita can be upgraded with a $3 Grand Marnier float; Late Night Party – 11 p.m. with live DJ and bull riding
  • Ghirardelli: 2 for $40 Americana Chocolate Collection, filled with 38 assorted SQUARES™ of chocolate. On Labor Day only, the store is offering the Nob Hill Chill milkshake for $5 (regularly $8.95).
  • Goorin Bros: 50% off select styles
  • Polaroid Fotobar: Free museum entry with any purchase
  • Tilted Kilt: $40 all-you-can Eat & Drink party package – open bar for PBR draft with unlimited BBQ meatloaf sliders and BBQ pulled-pork sliders. Guests 21 years old and up will be given a wristband upon purchase, and may leave and return during the day to enjoy the promotion.
  • FAME: 2-for-1 draft beer; 2-for-1 Asian pizza; $2 Korean tacos; $6 noodle soup 

EAT, DRINK, PARTY, REPEAT

Drai’s Beach Club will be packed all weekend with DJs . Photo credit: Drai’s Las Vegas Facebook

 
Drai’s at The Cromwell
Drai’s Beach Club, Drai’s Nightclub and Drai’s After Hours partner with chart-topping producer Arty (known for his new track “Up All Night”) for a three club, multi-sensory 24-hour performance on Saturday, Aug. 30. Kicking it all off 11 stories above the Strip at Drai’s Beach Club on the rooftop of The Cromwell, Arty will begin his 24-hour journey at 2:30 p.m.

As day transforms to night, Arty will return to the rooftop as he takes over the stunning new Drai’s Nightclub before heading below ground. He’ll culminate the all day/all night affair with his final performance at Drai’s iconic After Hours nightclub.

The complete line-up for the Labor Day holiday is equally impressive and features:

Friday, Aug. 29:  MAKJ (Beach Club) & Adventure Club (Nightclub)

Saturday, Aug.30: “Up All Night” with 24 Hours of Arty

Sunday, Aug., 31: Unmet Ozcan (Beach Club) & Skratchy (Nightclub)

Monday, Sept. 1: Helena (Beach Club)

Cabo Wabo Cantina
Cure partying overload with weekend-long breakfast offerings at Cabo Wabo Cantina, located inside Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood. Selections include: Los Huevos De Nachos, plus a breakfast quesadilla and chicken chilaquiles. Ready to start imbibing again? As DJs spin nightly, enjoy Dos Equis beer buckets, priced at $21.

Cabo Wabo's breakfast quesadilla is one of our favorite hangover cures. Photo credit: J Rick Martin

Cabo Wabo’s breakfast quesadilla is one of our favorite hangover cures. Photo credit: J Rick Martin

Bacchanal Buffet
The renowned, upscale buffet at Caesars Palace features special Labor Day menus for both brunch and dinner.

Flamingo GO Pool
On Labor Day, Flamingo’s raucous party pool hosts an all-day backyard bash with $5 Bloody Marys, $25 buckets of Miller or Coors, a “last hour happy hour” with buy one, get one free drinks. Expect live entertainment and contests throughout the day.

Planet Hollywood Pleasure Pool
This party paradise’s famous Saturday bikini contest dominates in the summer time. The final one of the season will be held August 30 with an unforgettably splashy bash.

Popping bottles is always encouraged at FIZZ, especially at its special Pop & Shop event on August 30. Photo credit: Anthony Mair.

Popping bottles is always encouraged at FIZZ, especially at its special Pop & Shop event on August 30. Photo credit: Anthony Mair.

FIZZ
The lavish champagne lounge and bar inside Caesars Palace will kick off Labor Day Weekend “fizztivities” on Thursday night with live acoustic music by Peter Love from 7 to 10 p.m. The party will continue on Friday night with live music, including classic tunes and the latest hits, from 7 to 10 p.m. DJ Dbl Play will then keep the party rolling from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.

On Saturday, guests can grab a bag for the “Pop & Shop” endless champagne and shopping session from 2 to 6 p.m. For $50, shoppers will receive a signature FIZZ champagne flute complete with endless refills, along with a FIZZ gift bag containing special offers, discounts and samples from various retailers inside The Forum Shops at Caesars. On Saturday night, Shawn Eiferman will entertain FIZZ guests with live acoustic music from 7 to 10 p.m., followed by a set by DJJimmy Lite from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.
 
Chateau Nightclub & Rooftop at Paris
On Friday, Aug. 29, hip-hop star Jeremih will kick off the weekend performing his hits and partying alongside clubgoers on Chateau’s Rooftop. Popular radio show host Big Boy of Power 106 in Los Angeles is also attending the festivities to get the crowd hyped up. The revelry continues Saturday, Aug. 30 with a performance by hip-hop mogul Tyga.

Garden of the Gods Pool
The lavish pool complex at Caesars Palace is featuring a killer deal for Labor Day Weekend: buy 2, get 1 free bottles of Perrier-Jouet Champagne with purchase of a cabana or daybed, and buy a bottle of Absolut Vodka and receive 8 souvenir cups.

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