Flamingo Las Vegas Hosts Beach Club at Night on Wednesdays This Summer

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This summer, guests of Flamingo Las Vegas can participate in Beach Club at Night, a weekly nighttime event. Guests are urged to forgo the button-downs and heels, and instead opt for flip flops as the event is intended to be a “cool, calm and approachable experience,” according to the written release.

Note: attendees must be ages 21 and over.

There will be plenty of drinking games, a fire pit, music by DJ Tavo, drink specials (such as $5 Heineken bottles, $5 Berry Lemonades and $100 bottles of Belvedere and Moet & Chandon), and even alcohol-infused s’mores. Games include: beer pong, LED corn hole, ping pong, and life-size Jenga and Connect Four. Beach Club at Night will be open from 7 p.m. to midnight every Wednesday all summer long from May 3 through the end of September. 


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Mark Gilbert, Flamingo Las Vegas’ director of F&B said the hotel wanted to offer as close to a beach-like experience that you could find while still in the middle of the Strip.

Beach Club at Night is the newest edition to the Flamingo’s entertainment lineup this summer, which already includes a daytime DJ lineup for the Flamingo GO Pool. The Flamingo GO Pool is Las Vegas’ only day club with free entry for all guests, all day Sunday through Friday. Music and entertainment at the GO Pool includes performances by Sisqo, Aaron Carter, Taboo of the Black Eyed Peas, Jay Sean, DJs Koko and Bayati, Mya, DJs from Mars and others. Note: The Flamingo GO Pool is open daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. May 1 through Labor Day. For more information, visit GOPoolVegas.com.

Flamingo Las Vegas has over 3,500 guest rooms and suites, including the award-winning Flamingo GO Rooms and Mini Suites. The resort is home to a 15-acre pool and wildlife habitat complete with waterfalls, island vegetation and tropical wildlife, three distinctive pools, and several outdoor wedding gardens.

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