Labor day weekend events
Las Vegas. NV (PRWEB) August 27, 2012
In its history, Las Vegas has been consistently known as a city built by the nightlife. From the packed casinos to the abundance of constantly crowded nightclubs, there’s little debate around the popularity of Sin Cities nightlife offerings. In a recent report released by the Las Vegas entertainment and reservations guru, Vegas VIP, pre-sale figures of the city’s most popular pool parties for the 2012 Labor Day holiday indicates that Las Vegas’ “daylife” may be ready to surpass the popularity of the nightlife.
The data reported by the local service, which presents tourists and locals alike with reservations at some of Las Vegas’ most prominent resorts, pools, and nightclubs, shows that for the 2012 Labor Day weekend, more tables were booked at daytime pool parties than at nightclubs. Throughout the city of Las Vegas, according to the information travel website Vegas.com, there are near double the amount of nightclubs than “day clubs” or pool parties. Despite this somewhat large difference in availability of nightclubs to pool parties, the record numbers for the 2012 Labor Day weekend is a clear indication of what “new” Las Vegas should focus on.
The history of Las Vegas has always shown that the city’s nightlife has been the focus during special events and holidays. With establishments such as Steve Wynn’s Encore Beach Club growing in popularity, though, it would seem that Sin City tourists are stepping out of the neon lit nightclubs to get a taste of the desert sun. What about these up and coming pool parties could be dragging people into the day? Some may point towards the increasing need for a tan these days while others may insist that its the bright, social atmosphere that these parties offer. In reality, though, anybody that has found themselves walking down the Strip in front of the Encore resort has been privy to a first rate view of the amenities and invitingly blue water that more than likely helps drive the increasing popularity of the Beach Club.
In 2010, the Las Vegas Strip saw the grand opening of the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. From the opening of this resort came a new place for youthful individuals to hang out and party. Within the four walls of the Cosmopolitan is a nightclub that fuels this atmosphere known as Marquee. Complimenting the nightly venue is the Marquee Dayclub. Bringing the nightclub atmosphere out into the fresh desert air, the concept of a Dayclub is fairly new for the Las Vegas area and provides a new outlet for those looking for the most extreme of parties. Almost as if acting as an extension of the Las Vegas nightlife, these Dayclubs ensure that true Sin City tourists do not have to stop partying until they absolutely want to. From morning to night, the combination Dayclub / Nightclub of the Cosmopolitan’s Marquee provides 24 hour entertainment, especially during holiday weekends when tourism tends to see an increase.
With the increasing outlets of the Dayclub and various pool parties that can be found along the Las Vegas Strip, tourists and locals alike are able to experience that real “Las Vegas” atmosphere without having to stay up until the late hours of the evening and risk missing out on a Las Vegas party. At locations like the aforementioned Dayclubs, Hard Rock Hotel’s infamous Rehab Sundays, and the MGM Grande’s Wet Republic, visitors to the sunny city have the option of partying poolside at any number of VIP tables, cabanas, and bungalows. These points of relaxation ensure that, much like a nightclub, guests can sit down and take a breath when the party wears them out.
Nightclubs may have been the big drive for Las Vegas’ party atmosphere, but recent news from Vegas VIP gives insight into the imminent rise of the popularity of pool parties and Dayclubs. With more tables booked for the 2012 Labor Day weekend at pool parties than at nightclubs, Vegas’ parties may start to creep more out into the light than usual.