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Labor Day 2014

Nobody does it like Las Vegas. A federal holiday since 1894, Labor Day celebrates the economic and social achievements of American workers on the first Monday in September. Whether you are honoring the nation's working people, celebrating the end of the summer or marking the beginning of the school year, check out the parties, shows and entertainment for the weekend. Check back often as we are always updating the listings.

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Labor Day 2014 Pool Club Events

Palms Pool Outdoor playground
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Sapphire Pool & Day Club Mix and mingle with beautiful women
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Rehab Simply the biggest Saturday and Sunday pool party on the planet.
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Labor Day 2014 Nightclub Parties

Chateau Sophisticated nightlife experience
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Foundation Room Party 43 floors up
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Ghostbar Party with a view
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Hyde Bellagio Indoor/outdoor lounge
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Body English Trendy, young and cool
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LAX Modern, two-story club
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Labor Day 2013 Shows

Blue Man Group Combines theatrics, art, music and science
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Air Supply Soft rock sounds
Ed Sheeran Acoustic pop-folk
Keith Urban Country crossover superstar
Michael Jackson ONE Cirque du Soleil brings alive Jackson's creative genius
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Mystère Awe-inducing entertainment
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Ron White Scotch-drinking funnyman
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The Adam Carolla Show Carolla brings his popular podcast to Vegas
The Avett Brothers Indie rock musicians

Labor Day 2014 Nightclub Events

Labor Day 2014 Nightclub and Pool Club Parties

All-star lineup at Daylight Beach Club and Light Nightclub
Date: Aug. 27 - 31
Where: Mandalay Bay
Daylight and Light are bringing in a lineup of talented artists for Labor Day weekend. Things start out at Light Nightclub Aug. 27 with Clockwork with Tony Arzadon. On Aug. 29, Norman Doray performs at Daylight and Thomas Gold is at the nightclub. On Aug. 30, Alesso heats things up at both the beach club and the nightclub. On Aug. 31 Trey Songz performs at the beach club, Carl Cox has an after-hours set at Light and Nicky Romero spins at Eclipse, the nighttime pool party.

Jason Derulo and Puff Daddy at Rehab
Date: Aug. 30 - 31
Where: Hard Rock Hotel
Rehab has lined up two of the biggest names in music for Labor Day weekend. Jason Derulo will take the stage on Aug. 30 and Puff Daddy will keep the party going on Aug. 31.

DJs at Encore Beach Club and Surrender Nightclub
Date: Aug. 28 - Sept. 1
Where: Encore
Encore Beach Club and Surrender Nightclub present a talented DJ lineup for Labor Day weekend. Things kick off Aug. 28 with Zedd at the beach clu. On Aug. 29, Fedde Le Grand spins at the beach club and Lil Jon headlines at Surrender. Steve Angello performs Aug. 30 at the beach club and Diplo spins inside the nightclub. David Guetta performs Aug. 31 at the beach club and the weekend wraps up Sept. 1 with Major Lazer at the beach club.

Grand Opening Weekend at The Sayers Club
Date: Aug. 28 - 31
Where: SLS Las Vegas
The Sayers Club, one of Hollywood’s best-loved live music venues, opens its doors at SLS Las Vegas with Swedish pop star Tove Lo and other live performances to celebrate opening weekend, Aug. 28 – 31. The Sayers Club officially opens Aug. 28 with pop sensation, Tove Lo, as she christens the venue with her addicting songs and live show. Aug. 29 is the debut of Battle Fridays. The latest concept from The Sayers Club Curator Jason Scoppa, Battle Fridays features up-and-coming DJ/Drummer duos from around the world and showcases their skills simultaneously in an epic music ‘battle.’ Sessions at The Sayers Club Aug. 30 - 31 features live sets by some of the hottest vocal talent in the industry alongside the incredible house band. Making every night a mystery, the crowd will never know who is going to be gracing the iconic stage.

Grand Opening Weekend at Foxtail Nightclub
Date: Aug. 28 & 30
Where: SLS Las Vegas
SLS Las Vegas opens the doors to Foxtail with an opening weekend celebration of international talent including Swedish starlets Rebecca & Fiona Aug. 28 and Afro-Norwegian duo Nico & Vinz Aug. 30.

Grand Opening Weekend at LiFE Nightclub
Date: Aug. 31
Where: SLS Las Vegas
LiFE Nightclub, Las Vegas’ newest club at SLS Las Vegas, adds renowned DJ/Production team Deep Dish to its opening weekend lineup on Sunday, Aug. 31. House music pioneers, Sharam Tayebi and Ali “Dubfire” Shirazinia, will join the non-stop dance party and present an electrifying set to close out Labor Day weekend.

Krewella at Haze
Date: Aug. 30
Where: Aria
Haze Nightclub at Aria Resort & Casino presents a blowout Labor Day Weekend performance by DJ supergroup Krewella Saturday, Aug.30. Fresh off their European tour, the Chicago-based trio will treat the crowd to a full set including their chart topping hits “Alive” and “Live For The Night.”

Hot DJs at XS
Date: Aug. 29 - Sept. 1
Where: Encore
The weekend kicks off as Skrillex takes the DJ booth on Friday, Aug. 29, the first of two sets over the holiday, with this date allowing fans to catch him solo. David Guetta has shown that he knows how to keep the energy going into the early hours of the morning. Don’t miss the experience as he takes the stage on Saturday, Aug. 30. Although summer is coming to an end, Night Swim, the celebrated after-dark pool party, continues on Sunday, Aug. 31. Guests are encouraged to come in swimwear as they take a dip or lounge poolside. Partiers can cool off beneath the Vegas night and splash to a set by Zedd. Skrillex and Diplo pair up to conclude the weekend with back-to-back sets on Monday, Sept. 1.

Labor Day Lineup at Drai's
Date: Aug. 29 - Sept. 1
Where: The Cromwell
Drai's kicks off the Labor Day weekend Aug. 29 with MAKJ at the beach club and Adventure Club at the nightclub. Music producer Arty hosts the "Up All Night" with 24 Hours of Arty party Aug. 30. On Aug. 31, Unmet Ozcan performs at the beach club and Skratchy performs at the nightclub. Things wrap up Sept. 1 with Helena at the beach club.

Labor Day at Wet Republic
Date: Aug. 29 - Sept. 1
Where: MGM Grand
Superstar DJ Steve Aoki starts off Labor Day weekend Aug. 29 at Wet Republic. Tiësto performs Aug. 30 and Martin Garrix spins on Aug. 31. The weekend comes to a close Sept. 1 with Calvin Harris.

Laid back Labor Day pool party at Daydream
Date: Sept. 1
Where: M Resort
DayDream Pool Club will celebrate with a laidback Labor Day pool party on Monday, Sept. 1 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Revelers will kick back with music by DJ Shy, partake in games of beer pong and while away the day as they enjoy $5 off cocktail pitchers.

Jeremih at Chateau
Date: Aug. 29
Where: Paris Las Vegas
Chateau Nightclub & Rooftop will be party central during Labor Day Weekend with celebrity hosts including Jeremih and Big Boy of Power 106 on Friday, Aug. 29. Hip-hop star Jeremih will kick off the weekend performing his hits and partying alongside revelers on the club’s Rooftop. Jeremih is most famous for his hit singles “Don’t Tell ‘Em” and “Down On Me,” featuring 50 Cent.

Labor Day 2013 Other Events

Labor Day 2014 Other Events

Drink specials at Chayo Mexican Kitchen & Tequila Bar
Date: Aug. 29 - Sept. 1
Where: The Linq
Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar at The Linq will liven up Labor Day Weekend with drink specials and late night fiestas beginning Friday, Aug. 29 through Monday, Sept. 1. Guests will kick off the holiday on Chayo’s expansive double-decker patio with $5 Coronas and Corona Lights and any Chayo margarita can be upgraded with a Grand Marnier float for $3. Beginning at 11 p.m., a DJ will spin the hottest hits, keeping the party going all night long while sexy mechanical bull riders take a spin on “Chayo,” the bar’s feisty mascot.

Drink specials at Tacos & Tequila
Date: Aug. 29 - Sept. 1
Where: Luxor
Partygoers can enjoy a $5 menu at Tacos & Tequila including Fiesta Nachos, Habañero Wings, Chicken Quesadillas, Flautas, Guacamole, Dos Equis bottles, Jose Cuervo shots, well drinks, house red or white wine and sangria. A resident DJ will spin high-energy sets Friday through Sunday from 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Guests may also get loco with T&T’s Chonga, a giant frozen margarita served with two upside down 7-ounce Sol beers flowing directly into the drink, priced at $20 and buckets of Sol beer, priced at $18.

Drink specials at Tacos & Tequila
Date: Aug. 29 - Sept. 1
Where: Luxor
Partygoers can enjoy a $5 menu at Tacos & Tequila including Fiesta Nachos, Habañero Wings, Chicken Quesadillas, Flautas, Guacamole, Dos Equis bottles, Jose Cuervo shots, well drinks, house red or white wine and sangria. A resident DJ will spin high-energy sets Friday through Sunday from 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Guests may also get loco with T&T’s Chonga, a giant frozen margarita served with two upside down 7-ounce Sol beers flowing directly into the drink, priced at $20 and buckets of Sol beer, priced at $18.

Labor Day Fizztivities at Fizz
Date: Aug. 28 - 30
Where: Caesars Palace
Fizz 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 gift bag containing special offers, discounts and samples from various retailers inside The Forum Shops at Caesars. On Saturday night, Shawn Eiferman will entertain guests with live acoustic music from 7 to 10 p.m., followed by a set by DJ Jimmy Lite from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.

Labor Day Fireworks at Primm
Date: Aug. 31
Where: Primm Valley Casino Resorts
Primm Valley Casino Resorts will be lighting up the night sky with fireworks in honor of Labor Day. The second annual display will start at dusk on Sunday, Aug. 31. Guests are encouraged to arrive early to secure a viewing location and to enjoy the fun. The best viewing location is located in the Star of the Desert Arena parking lot behind Buffalo Bill’s. The fireworks shows are put on through a partnership with Pyrotecnico. The partnership has put on previous displays that have lasted 18 minutes.

Michael Grimm at Ravello Lounge
Date: Aug. 29
Where: M Resort
On Friday, Aug. 29, Michael Grimm will kick off Labor Day weekend at Ravello Lounge inside the M Resort with a lively, soulful performance alongside his six-piece band. The season five winner of NBC’s America’s Got Talent will take the stage at 9:30 p.m. There is no cover charge with a two drink minimum purchase and two-for-one Ciroc martinis will be offered from 9 p.m. until 2 a.m.

Elvis Tribute Concert at M Resort
Date: Aug. 30
Where: M Resort
On Saturday, Aug. 30, Justin Shandor and his 12-piece band will show guests a rockin’ good time at the Ultimate Elvis Tribute Concert at M Pavilion. Named “The World’s Ultimate Elvis” by Graceland and winner of the Elvis Presley Enterprises Top Elvis Tribute Artist contest, Shandor will astonish audiences as he embraces the King with his uncannily similar appearance paired with his pitch-perfect sound. Sammy Shore, known the world over as “The Man Who Made Elvis Laugh,” will delight guests with a special cameo. Tickets are priced at $25, $30, $36 and $42, plus tax and fees. The concert begins at 7 p.m. and doors open at 6 p.m.

Men of the Strip at The D
Date: Aug. 28 - 31
Where: The D
To celebrate the end of summer, Men of the Strip will take the stage Aug. 28 – 31 at 8:30 p.m. for an exclusive limited engagement in the D’s intimate showroom. As seen on their hit E! Movie Premiere, Men of the Strip is not your typical male revue, but a full-spectrum cabaret-style show filled with sultry singing, sexy dance moves, audience participation, and of course, more than a little skin. The show is produced by 98 Degrees’ founding member Jeff Timmons and created by Emmy nominated Glenn Douglas Packard.

Drink specials and The Spazmatics at Double Barrel
Date: Aug. 29 - Sept. 1
Where: Monte Carlo
Double Barrel, the all-American roadhouse located within Monte Carlo Resort and Casino’s newly developed open-air plaza, invites guests to keep cool and savor the last sips of summer this Labor Day Weekend with the specialty “DB Cooler” cocktail, available Friday, Aug. 29 – Monday, Sept. 1. On Friday night at 10:30 p.m., partygoers can head to the Strip-side spot for a high-energy live show by popular '80s cover band The Spazmatics.

Cocktail special at Rhumbar
Date: Aug. 29 - Sept. 1
Where: Mirage
Rhumbar at The Mirage Hotel & Casino will celebrate Labor Day all weekend long with a specialty cocktail available from Friday, Aug. 29 through Monday, Sept. 1. Guests can kick back and relax with a French Caribbean Cooler. The refreshing cocktail is a combination of Bacardi Mango Fusion, Grand Marnier, Riesling and freshly squeezed orange juice, muddled with crisp green apple, kiwi and green grapes, then topped off with a splash of Fever Tree ginger ale. The French Caribbean Cooler is available for one, priced at $12, and in pitcher form with plenty to share, priced at $40. Happy hour specials will also be available from 1 to 6 p.m. throughout the weekend, featuring $5 rum punch cocktails and Coors Light bottles, $8 house cigars and $18 domestic beer buckets. From 4 p.m. to close, a resident DJ will spin popular tunes on the Strip-side patio, and hookah pipes will be available in a wide variety of selections, ranging from fruity flavors to dessert-like tastes.

Pool Club Tips

Las Vegas is known for its raucous pool clubs and Labor Day weekend is one of your last chances to enjoy them. Before the summer ends, get out and enjoy hot parties (both in temperature and popularity) making big splashes in the Entertainment Capital of the World. Although each one offers a slightly different experience, expect to be enveloped in an adult-oriented water playground of fun where the alcohol flows freely, the music pounds out from the speakers and scantily clad bodies dance the afternoon away. If you’re considering bringing a book or basking in a tranquil setting, think again. Pool clubs are loud and often rowdy. Here are some other things you should keep in mind.

1. Carry proof of ID. Pool clubs are just like nightclubs. Upon entry you’ll have to show a doorman that you’re of legal age (21 or older). A driver’s license, passport or government-issued identification card is usually acceptable.

2. Don’t bring a cooler. Leave all beverages and snacks in your room. Although it may seem like a handy and cost-saving idea to pack some supplies for the afternoon, don’t bother. You won’t be allowed to bring them past the door. Generally speaking, all refreshments must be purchased at the pool club.

3. Expect to have anything you do bring (especially purses, bags and backpacks) searched at the entrance. This won’t happen at every pool club, but it’s common at the ones that accommodate a large number of revelers. Security personnel at the door will examine every nook and cranny within your belongings. Not even the TSA goes to such extremes! The goal behind this is to keep illegal drugs out. So among the items prohibited and typically confiscated are over-the-counter medications (such as a bottle of Tylenol), vitamins or anything in pill form. An array of liquids – ranging from contact lens solution and eye drops to hand sanitizer – are also banned. Of course, sharp objects and anything that looks like a weapon will be taken from you. You may even have to give up things like a pack of gum or wet-naps.

4. Come early. The line for guests to purchase general admission tickets can be long, especially on weekends. Clearly, you’ll want to spend your day socializing by the pool – not waiting to get in. Plus, those who arrive at the beginning can spread their towels and lay claim to prime spots on the deck or near the water’s edge. At some dayclubs you’ll even be rewarded for showing up when the doors open with a lounge chair at no cost.

5. Avoid the line entirely by reserving a cabana. Procuring seating in advance – whether it be a chaise lounge, daybed, lilypad, cabana or bungalow – will speed up your entry at the pool clubs. In addition, if you’re traveling in a group of guys, you really need to make some sort of VIP arrangement to expedite your entrance…or get some ladies to join you while you wait in line! Although pricey, cabanas, in particular, are great because they come equipped with luxuries like a flat-screen TV, a mini fridge stocked with bottled water and a safe for your valuables – all of which will make your afternoon more enjoyable and worry-free.

6. Be mindful of money. Since you’re trying to limit the number of possessions you bring to the pool club, what should you do about cash? You can’t get it wet and you won’t want to leave it unwatched with your other things. Waterproof armbands, wallets or small pouches worn around the neck are a few ideas. Instead of coins and notes, credit and debit cards are handy when you want to run a tab. At some pool clubs, ATMs are in the bars or just a short stroll away inside the casino. At others, like Wet Republic in MGM Grand, there are banks of lockers for guests to use. And it works to your benefit to patronize the pool club located in your hotel because then you can just charge everything to your room.

7. Keep yourself hydrated with water. It’s no secret that the heat in the desert can rise to uncomfortable levels. In fact, the average summer temperature in Las Vegas is 106° F. Taking a few seconds throughout the day to sip water will pay off by lowering your risk of passing out or suffering from heat stroke.

8. Bring sunscreen and apply it regularly. If you forget, most pool clubs do sell it. Get one with an SPF of at least 30. The best sunscreens have zinc oxide or titanium dioxide listed among their active ingredients. Be sure to reapply it often if you’re swimming or sweating a lot. Those who aren’t careful are sure to regret it later – due to a painful, unsightly sunburn.

9. Wear a hat and sunglasses. A hat with a wide brim is a good choice. You’ll look mysterious. All the Hollywood stars do it – especially the fair-skinned ones like Anne Hathaway and Nicole Kidman. You’ll also want to protect your eyes, as too much sunlight can lead to vision problems and dizziness. Wraparound shades or sunglasses that have UV coating are your best bets.

10. Wait until later to get hammered! Got big plans for the evening? If you don’t hold back a little at the pool clubs – particularly when it comes to drinking – you won’t be going out later. You’ll be passed out in your room instead. Have fun and enjoy a few cocktails, but wait until the sun sets to get really slammed in Las Vegas’ world-class nightclubs.

Two more bonus tips…

For the ladies: Put on your trendiest, most stylish swimwear…the sexier the better. You’ll want to look your best and strut your stuff when you’re poolside. Behind their dark sunglasses, men will be taking notice – and perhaps buying you drinks!

For the gentlemen: If you’re at one of the city’s “European” pool clubs, which means that tops are optional for women, don’t gawk or leer or resort to catcalling. And don’t try to take any photographs with a camera or your cell phone. You’ll not only be paid a visit from security, but you may also be asked to leave.