Las Vegas' Flamingo GO Pool Adds to List of Celebrity Performers

Photo courtesy of Flamingo GO Pool

The Flamingo GO Pool, located at Las Vegas' Flamingo Hotel & Casino, is heating things up this summer with a lineup of celebrity performances for its Flash Back Fridays and Day Beats Saturday pool parties. With a number of celebrity performances already in the books, including Sisgo, the ACM Pool Party for a Cause, Aaron Carter and Taboo, the pool party has confirmed additional headliners for the summer. 

Added to the lineup later this month is Platinum-selling recording artist, Ja Rule on Saturday May 20 and kicking off Memorial Day weekend and the GO Pool's Flashback Fridays series is Coolio on May 26. The rapper is known for his GRAMMY Award-winning single "Gangsta's Paradise," as well as other singles "Fantastic Voyage," "1, 2, 3, 4 (Sumpin' New)" and "C U When U Get There." 

On Saturday, July 15, the Ying Yang Twins will take over the Flamingo GO Pool with hits like "Salt Shaker," as well as "What's Happnin!," "Naggin" and "Wait (The Whisper Song). Additionally, Yazz "The Greatest," who plays Hakeem Lyon on Fox television drama , "Empire" will perform on Saturday, July 29, followed by singer/songwriter Montell Jordan on Saturday, August 5. 

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The latest lineup of artists joins previously announced upcoming acts:

  • Saturday May 13: Jay Sean
  • Saturday June 3: Mya
  • Saturday June 24: Mark McGrath hosts
  • Saturday July 22: DJ's from Mars live set

Special Flashback Fridays and Day Beats Saturday performance tickets are $10 for Flamingo hotel guests and $20 for non-hotel guests and may be purchased at www.gopoolvegas.com

Visit www.flamingolasvegas.com

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