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Las Vegas New Years Eve

Las Vegas New Years Eve

Las Vegas is billed as the ultimate ‘Party’ destination and entertainment capital of the World.

The Nightclubs are all hosting special events and the clubs and restaurants are packed with A-list celebrities holding personal concerts and private parties alongside the restaurants offering first class cuisine from internationally recognised chefs. Some of the performers you can still get tickets to see are Maroon 5, Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga, Britney Spears and Robin Thicke.

Annually, in the City Centre they also hold what is described as the ultimate New Years Eve street party. Taking over the City’s Fremont Street, this year it will feature 13 of the world’s best tribute acts including Queen, the Rolling Stones, Duran Duran and AC/DC to name but a few acts which will be playing throughout the night into the wee small hours.

Of course, no New Years Eve would be complete today without a smattering of beautiful fireworks and of course, the Americans love their pyro.

Once again, the first family of fireworks Grucci will be responsible for the beautiful display. Last year, the firm was responsible for the record-breaking display in Dubai which saw 479,651 fireworks being lit.

The New Year fireworks in Las Vegas will be launched from multiple locations across the City including the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino, the Venetian Las Vegas, the beautiful Aria Resort and Casino, the Stratosphere, Caesars Palace and Planet Hollywood.

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