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The Sayers Club announces Tove Lo for Labor Day Weekend

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Swedish singer Tove Lo

If you’ve been wondering what the Sayers Club will bring to the Strip’s entertainment mix when the SLS opens at midnight on August 23, here’s a pretty good hint:

The LA import unveiled its Labor Day Weekend lineup today, with Swedish pop sensation Tove Lo (you’ve probably heard her debut single, “Habits (Stay High)”) leading the charge on August 28. Pre-sale tickets are $30 for men, $20 for women, on sale now.

August 29 will introduce Vegas to Battle Fridays, a DJ-vs.-drummer concept from Sayers Club “curator” Jason Scoppa, and August 30 and 31 will feature Sessions at the Sayers Club—a carryover from the venue’s Hollywood location—which showcases mystery-guest vocalists backed by the house band. In LA, Prince, Florence Welch and Slash have all stopped by to perform.

Just off the casino floor at the soon-to-open SLS, the intimate lounge and music venue has a modern men’s club feel, with seating for 200, an attached patio and both raw and polished design details. Open nightly as a lounge, the Sayers Club transitions into club mode Thursday-Sunday at 10 p.m.

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