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Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2015|2:34 a.m.
After a blowout performance at Tao in the Venetian on Friday night to kick off the 2015 Labor Day Weekend, Busta Rhymes kept the celebration going at Tao Beach on Saturday afternoon.
The well known hip-hop artist, who was joined by friends and family, delved into the DJ booth and took a celebratory shot with Eric D-Lux prior to delighting in Tao Beach’s Buddah Burger.
Across the Strip, actor and comedian Kevin Hart hosted his HartBeat Weekend provides Kevin Hart & & Friends Comedy All-Stars After-Party at a star-studded Marquee Club in the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on Saturday night after efficiencies at 7 and 10:30 p.m. in the neighboring Chelsea.
Upon arriving to Marquee, Hart required to the mic and greeted partygoers before calling Busta Rhymes, in a day-to-night party parade, approximately the stage for an unscripted efficiency of “Take a look at Me Now.”
Sean Kingston then signed up with Hart onstage and captivated the crowd by singing his hit “Beat It” just before 2 Chainz jumped in on the efficiencies and happy partygoers with “Lapdance in the Traphouse,” “Call Me,” “Birthday Tune” and more.
Likewise at Marquee on Saturday night: vocalist Trey Songz, who briefly danced onstage with Hart and took photographs with fans as Grammy Prize-winning singer Ne-Yo took in the sights from Hart’s VIP table.
In the lower-level Boom Box Space at Marquee, UFC competitor Francisco Rivera, who contended earlier at night at UFC 191 at MGM Grand Garden Arena, partied with a group of good friends.
The 2015 LDW weekend celebrations continued at sibling hotspot Tao as Snoop Dogg returned for a holiday edition of Snoopadelic Cabaret. The entertainer thrilled partygoers as he manned the DJ booth. Snoop Dogg continued the party as he brought to the phase and performed his hit songs.
NBA players Andre Drummond and Reggie Jackson were found at a VIP booth at Tao. Thanks to Brenton Ho for his photos at Tao Beach, Al Powers at Marquee and Kevin Daniels of Tony Tran Photography at Tao Club.
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3355 S. Las Vegas Boulevard Las Vegas, NV 89109
Marquee The opening date is April 6, 2013, for the Marquee Dayclub at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. The 22,000-square-foot multi-level Marquee Nightclub & & Dayclub entertainment complex boasts two swimming pools, numerous bars and a gaming location. Setting throughout the period is highlighted by resident DJs including the world’s premier electronic music talent. European bathing (swimsuit leading optional) is permitted Monday-Thursday. Special experiences can be had in one of the grand cabanas, which include infinity edge glass dipping swimming pools, flat-screen televisions and dedicated mixed drink and food service. The ultimate day-to-night providing will be discovered in the unique bungalows dotting the boundary of the Dayclub, total with overnight quarters, person swimming pools and an outdoor celebration deck. Days spent dancing or basking in the sun are made full with well-thought-out facilities while a specialized mixed drink and food menu from Corporate Executive Chef Ralph Scamardella fuels the celebration. A turning roster of resident DJs will spin music for the summer.
3708 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89109