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Los Angeles-based Houston Hospitality will open the changing resort's new nightclub on New Year's Eve.

On The Record is coming to Park MGM

June 19th, 2018

Los Angeles-based Houston Hospitality will open the changing resort's new nightclub on New Year's Eve.

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