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Nightlife News & Notes: Stratosphere’s new Wet Lounge, a Silent Disco at Marquee and more

Chad Carl

There aren’t any new parties to announce for the big Mayweather/Pacquiao fight weekend—in fact, there’s one less. The May 2 1 OAK event featuring a performance by former Vegas resident Ne-Yo has been canceled.

Those nightlifers who want to get into the ring themselves might want to consider XIV Vegas Sessions’ bodyslam-themed PartyMania on May 3. Host venue Hyde is going so far as to recommend wrestling gear for attendees. Speaking of the Bellagio ultralounge, it has added a new locals-friendly party: Infamous Wednesdays, with DJ D-Miles.

On May 4, Marquee will attempt something new by throwing a Silent Disco in the most thematically appropriate place possible: its Library room. Guests can trade IDs for a set of wireless headphone receivers that pipe in music from the club’s main room, the Library and an alternative playlist channel.

Need a Cinco de Mayo party-spot suggestion? How about the one hiring a Pee-wee Herman impersonator to do the infamous “Tequila” dance? That would be Hussong’s, which is also sweetening the deal with various drink specials and a rock-flavored mariachi band.

The Stratosphere is getting into the boutique-pool business with its new Radius Rooftop Pool & Wet Lounge, located on the 25th floor and slated to open sometime in May. DJs, a dedicated cocktail line and daybeds will be incorporated, with the venue open during daylife and nightlife hours.

Your Shot USA is a new DJ competition that earns its winner a slot not only to play the 2016 Ultra Music Festival in Miami, but also to open for Tiësto in Las Vegas. For more info, visit

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