Las Vegas – On Thursday, May 26 hip hop artist Kid Ink kicked off Memorial Day Weekend at TAO Nightclub in The Venetian. Fueling up for the night, the rapper and his entourage enjoyed dinner at the TAO Asian Bistro where they had a selection of signature items from the chef. Once in the nightclub, Kid Ink hit the stage, wowing the crowd with an unforgettable performance that included a set of his top hits. Keeping the party going, he spent the rest of the night at his VIP skybox table as resident DJ Five kept the beats pumping.
Memorial Day Weekend continued Friday, May 27 when TAO Group resident DJ Daddy Kat aka Wiz Khalifa landed in Vegas and headed straight to Marquee Dayclub in The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas where he took over a grand cabana. After partying the day away as Cedric Gervais manned the decks at the dayclub, the multi-faceted made his way to TAO later that night where he took his place inside the DJ booth for a special set. Playing hit after hit for a packed crowd, Daddy Kat kept the party going into the wee hours of the morning.
Also at TAO was “Fuller House” actress and “Dancing with the Stars” alum Jodie Sweetin. Accompanied by a friend, the two enjoyed dinner at the restaurant where they delighted in an array of appetizers and sushi. Wearing a black pantsuit, the actress headed up to the nightclub where additional friends joined her at a VIP table.
Wiz Khalifa joined DJ trio Cash Cash at Marquee Dayclub at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on Saturday, May 28 with a special edition of “Make That Cash Cash”. The rapper wowed the crowd with an over the top performance from his grand cabana that had everyone dancing. Khalifa and his entourage continued to party the day away as they sprayed champagne showers and poured shots for the crowd.
Also at Marquee Dayclub, NBA star Anthony Davis and New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. were spotted taking in the scene from a cabana. Super Bowl MVP Von Miller and NFL linebacker Julius Peppers also enjoyed the party at separate cabanas.
That night, hip hop artist Travis Scott took over Marquee Nightclub as he brought down the house with a blowout performance for a packed party. The “Antidote” artist had the entire room dancing as he delivered an unparalleled set of hits. Following his hi-energy performance, Scott took his place in the DJ booth where he kept the party going into the wee hours of the morning.
Von Miller returned to Marquee Nightclub that night where he enjoyed Travis Scott’s performance from a VIP table.
Also in the crowd was NBA star Alonzo Gee with a group of friends.
Over at TAO Nightclub in The Venetian, club-goers partied to a special set from Snapchat guru DJ Khaled who took to the stage and performed his top hits as the packed room sang along to each song. Khaled posted to Snapchat throughout the night as he manned the decks.
Taking in Khaled’s set was Washington Wizards player John Wall, Dallas Mavericks star Wesley Matthew and “All Eyez on Me” actor Demetrius Ship Jr. sitting at separate VIP booths.
After hosting the party at Marquee Dayclub, Wiz Khalifa had dinner at TAO Asian Bistro with a group of friends.
On Sunday, May 29 during Memorial Day Weekend, hip hop artist Kid Ink treated party goers to an all-star performance at TAO Beach in The Venetian. The rapper had the pool party jumping along to each song as he delivered a stellar set from the beach’s stage.
That night, Timbaland took over TAO Nightclub as he provided the soundtrack to the party from the DJ booth for a packed crowd. The multi-faceted artist took to the stage to perform an array of his top hits.
Also in the crowd was Jillian Rose Reed from MTV’s “Awkward”. The actress was joined by a group of friends and sat at a VIP table.
Over at Marquee Dayclub in The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, it was another exciting daytime party as Carnage manned the decks. Wiz Khalifa and Travis Scott joined in on the festivities and even initiated a squirt gun water fight before Wiz got on the mic and hyped up the crowd from the DJ booth.
Returning to Marquee on Sunday night, Wiz Khalifa took over the club as he rapped a set of his top hits for a full house. The hip hop artist kicked off his performance with “We Dem Boyz” and “Black and Yellow” before getting the crowd going with his new single “Pole Up”. While performing “Bake Sale” Travis Scott, who is featured on the on the song, surprisingly appeared on stage. The rapper, who was staying in a bungalow at The Cosmopolitan, heard the song starting and ran straight from his room to the stage to finish off the single with Wiz. For the grand finale, Travis Scott dove into the crowd while Wiz sprayed champagne on them.