Tuesday, July 7, 2009

The Most Anticipated Las Vegas Events of July 2009

From exquisite dining and wine tasting to ruthless UFC cage matches… from stand-up comedy legends to award-winning piano rock bands, this July tips the scale in extraordinary entertainment. Pack your bags, book your flight and get ready for the most anticipated Las Vegas events of July, 2009.

1. Wines of Darioush Wine Pairing with Chef Geno Bernardo at Nove Italiano – Thursday, July 9th 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM
Brought to you exclusively by N9NE Group from the top of the Palm’s Casino Resort in Las Vegas is Nove Italiano’s Darioush Wine Tasting and Pairing event, hosted by Executive Chef Geno Bernardo and Winemaker and Vineyard Manager of Darioush Winery, Steve Devitt. The Wines of Darioush event invites and encourages guests to participate in an intimate five-course tasting and wine pairing extravaganza. Event-goers can expect to learn useful tips on cooking Italian fare and receive expert advice on pairing food with wine, all the while indulging in delicious dishes of shellfish, East Coast skate wing, seared Long Island duck breast, free-range veal and various Italian cheeses.

2. UFC at Mandalay Bay Events Center – Saturday, July 11, 2009 @ 5:00 PM
The treacherous worlds of wresting, boxing and mixed martial arts collide to form the Ultimate Fighting Championship (aka UFC) event spectacular at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. Don’t miss your chance to witness the sporting event that has taken the U.S. by storm with its caged, fast paced, anything goes style of ferocious fighting. Visit GoTickets.com to purchase tickets and to view the Mandalay Bay Events Center seating chart.

3. CLASH featuring LA Riots at the Ghostbar in the Palms Casino Resort – Thursday, July 16th @ 8:00 PM – 4:00 AM
One of the hottest electro bands in the industry, the LA Riots, are performing live at N9NE Group’s 8,000 square foot Ghostbar indoor-outdoor lounge and sky deck located on the 55th floor of the Palms Casino Resort. Just a few months after performing their exclusive remixes at some of the hottest parties the Los Angeles coast has ever seen, the LA Riots are making their way to Sin City for a concert event like no other. All access passes to CLASH cost $20 and include general admission into Ghostbar, Moon and Playboy N9NE Group nightclubs with free check-in to any club guest list. Each club offers a variety of Rock, Hip Hop, Mash-ups, House and Electronic music for your listening pleasure and every party need.

4. The Fray at the Pearl Concert Theater in the Palms Casino Resort – Friday, July 17th @ 7:00 PM
The Grammy- nominated piano rock band from Denver, The Fray, known internationally for their hit single and Billboard Hot 100 song “How to Save a Life,” is set to perform live at the Pearl Concert Theater at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas. Any fan of The Fray understands the powerful way this pop/rock band mesmerizes audiences and touches them with the lyrics to their smash hit songs. Anticipation for this July 17th event is growing quickly and tickets for The Fray can sell out in a matter of hours. Purchase tickets online today for a chance to catch one of the most highly acclaimed performances in one of the greatest cities in the world.

5. Jerry Seinfeld at The Colosseum in Caesars Palace – Friday, July 31st @ 7:30 PM
Experience firsthand the world-famous observational comedy of funnyman Jerry Seinfeld at the Colosseum in Las Vegas’ beautiful Caesars Palace. The stand-up legend, best-selling author and star of his own hit television series “Seinfeld” shares his witty, curious and quirky sense of humor with a live audience destined to be in tears from inevitable laughter. Ticket prices for the show range from $75 to $150 plus tax and fees with one-night hotel accommodation packages available, starting at just $362. Reserve your Caesars Palace Jerry Seinfeld show package today from GoVegas.About.com and receive two inclusive Rear Orchestra tickets with your one-night stay.

1 comment:

ShoeManyChoices said...

I'm trying to find something for September.. Any ideas on what's going on in Vegas then? Thanks!