This weekend, Hollywood’s newest couple made their way to Resorts World Las Vegas. Pete Davidson and Madelyn Cline visited the famed Las Vegas resort for a quick 24 hour trip, staying in the luxurious Crockfords Entertainment Suite. The couple was in town for Pete’s show, “Pete Davidson Live,” at The Chelsea on Sept. 23. During the quick trip, the couple spent a majority of their time at the Allē Lounge on 66, the resort’s finest lounge with expansive views of the Las Vegas Strip.
This past weekend, Zouk Nightclub and Ayu Dayclub at Resorts World Las Vegas hosted an epic Labor Day Weekend celebration as OVO took over to host the official afterparty for Drake’s “It’s All a Blur Tour.” It was a star-studded weekend as A-listers flocked to the destination and gave partygoers a truly memorable experience.
The holiday weekend kicked off on Thursday, Aug. 31 as John Johnson of the Los Angeles Rams was spotted at Zouk Nightclub. Joined with a group of friends, Johnson was seen in good spirits as DJ Snake played to a packed crowd.
On Friday, Sept.1 resident DJ, Zedd, brought the energy to Zouk Nightclub as he celebrated his birthday with an electric performance. Amongst the partygoers was UFC fighter and recent champion “Suga” Sean O’Malley as he was seen enjoying the nightclub.
The festivities continued on Saturday, Sept. 2 at Ayu Dayclub as GRAMMY-Award winning artist and Zouk Group resident, Tiësto, took over the outdoor oasis and performed to a sold-out crowd. Guests were in for a treat as chart-topping rapper and singer BIA joined Tiësto in the DJ booth as they celebrated the release of their new single “Both.” Hyping up the crowd, BIA was seen throwing fake money featuring her, Tiësto and 21 Savage, onto the dance floor. Adding to the excitement, UFC fighter “Suga” Sean O’Malley was also spotted again at the daytime destination. Celebrating his recent championship bout, he was seen taking photos with fans while at his VIP table on the main stage. To honor his championship status, a massive LED display proudly proclaimed that the Champ himself was in the house.
Later that night, the OVO takeover began and American rapper Don Toliver took the stage at Zouk Nightclub. Energy levels soared when Zouk resident Travis Scott surprised guests and joined Toliver on stage. They set the club on fire as they performed Toliver’s popular tracks together including “Lemonade” and “After Party.” Steps away, NBA basketball star James Harden made a grand entrance as the personal guest of the evening’s surprise performer, Travis Scott. The basketball icon was spotted with friends, relishing in the electrifying performances by Don Toliver and Travis Scott.
The OVO takeover came to an end on Sunday, Sept. 3 as PARTYNEXTDOOR performed at Ayu Dayclub during the day and G-Eazy closed out the weekend with a special performance during the destination’s famed Jungle Cat nighttime party.
Jon Summit made his way to Zouk Nightclub at Resorts World Las Vegas on July 28th to celebrate his 29th birthday. On one of the busiest nights at Zouk, with over 300 tickets sold and 3,000 in attendance, the renowned DJ was seen celebrating with his close friends and members of his management team. The birthday was celebrated with a huge presentation for Summit on stage, along with the entire club singing happy birthday, lead by headliner Zedd. The group partied the night away with 5 bottles of Dom Perignon, 2 Grey Goose bottles, 1 Casamigo Reposado, and 3 bottles of 1942.
On Saturday night, August 13th, Professional Boxer Teofimo Lopez made his winning return and defeated Pedro Campa via 7th-round TKO at Resorts World Events Center in Las Vegas.
To celebrate his big W, Lopez and his crew headed over to Zouk Nightclub at Resorts World Las Vegas after the fight where he was greeted with a welcome message across the club’s LED screen. Lopez was seen partying behind the DJ booth with Zouk’s resident DJ, Tiesto.
Also in Vegas this past weekend were NBA stars Blake Griffin and Chandler Parsons celebrating Parsons’ bachelor party at Zouk Nightclub. Resorts World Las Vegas welcomed Chandler to Vegas with a personal greeting displayed across the resort’s iconic, 100,000 square foot LED screen noting his “retirement from the game” as he gears up for the big wedding day. The two basketball players went to Zouk Nightclub and hung out on stage, engaged with the crowd and spent time with Tiesto as well.
Dixie D’Amelio rang in the big 2-1 this past weekend at Resorts World Las Vegas, the hottest destination on the Strip. The TikTok star was joined by her TikTok famous sister Charlie D’Amelio with boyfriend Landon Barker, parents Heidi and Marc D’Amelio, influencer pals and other friends as she celebrated her major birthday.
The weekend kicked off on Thursday as Dixie rolled up with her crew in Resorts World Las Vegas’s signature Rolls Royce. That evening, she enjoyed dinner with her family at hotspot Carversteak and visited the iconic Resorts World Las Vegas LED screen at midnight to view her own personal birthday message that was seen throughout Las Vegas.
The morning of her birthday, Dixie woke up in the lap of luxury at one of the resorts Palaces that was designed to provide guests with an unparalleled, first-class experience. Ahead of an activity filled night, Dixie spent her birthday morning relaxing by the pool and enjoying an afternoon brunch.
The TikTok star and her guests visited Fuhu for dinner, the property’s contemporary Asian vibe dining destination, where they enjoyed a long dinner alongside Dom Perignon. Following dinner, Dixie enjoyed a one-of-a-kind firework show and finishing the night at Zouk Nightclub. There, Dixie and her crew were at a stage table, took pics with the crowd from the DJ booth, and the birthday girl went behind the DJ booth with Louis The Child. The Zouk Nightclub panels displayed photos of Dixie while an over the top custom cake was presented to her.
The party didn’t stop after Friday’s celebrations. Dixie and her crew spent the afternoon at Ayu Dayclub, Resorts World Las Vegas’s pool party that transports guests to Southeast Asia’s idyllic islands. Dixie and guests partied in their private bungalow before DJ Snake, resident Zouk Group DJ, brought the star on stage to continue her birthday celebrations. To finish her birthday weekend, Dixie enjoyed dinner at Wally’s Wine & Spirits before having a night cap at Gatsby’s Cocktail Lounge.
Last night, the Golden State Warriors celebrated their big NBA championship win at Resorts World Las Vegas. The team got the VIP treatment as soon as they arrived in Sin City as players were escorted to the hotel in Resorts World’s signature red Rolls Royces and greeted with a congratulatory welcome message displayed on the property’s 100,000-square-foot West Tower LED screen.
The team spent the night at Resorts World Las Vegas celebrating their win together, including top players Draymond Green, Klay Thompson, Andrew Wiggins, Jordan Poole and more. See below for some additional anecdotes from the night:
- The team stayed in luxurious Crockfords suites, and Draymond Green stayed in a 4-bedroom suite
- Pre-dinner drinks and cigars at Eight Lounge
- Dinner at Fuhu – the team was greeted with the restaurant’s signature Green Gold cocktail and enjoyed a feast including Tomahawk Ribeye with Crab Legs, Roasted Duck, Tiger Shrimp, Sushi rolls and much more.
- The team then headed to Zouk Nightclub where they were set up with a table on stage and greeted with a custom screen takeover congratulating them on their championship win and the song “All I Do is Win.” The table was presented with an over-the-top bottle service presentation of Clase Azul with waitresses sporting Garden State Warrior jerseys.
- Zouk Residents Louis the Child were on the turntables and Bay Area favorite P-Lo had a special performance of his song “Put Me on Something”
- The team was joined by Pro Soccer Players Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior and Guillermo Ochoa and Pro Boxer Chris Eubank Jr. who all went to Zouk after they had dinner at Carversteak, where Klay and Jordan popped in to say hi
- In addition to celebrating their big win, Shooting Guard Jordan Poole celebrated his 23rd birthday at midnight and joined Warriors DJ Shabazz behind the booth.
Britney Spears visited Las Vegas this weekend with her fiancé Sam Ashgari. The couple stayed at Resorts World Las Vegas in one of the hotel’s over-the-top Palaces equipped with three bedrooms, a private backyard and pool, entertainment room, game room and more.
This was her second visit to the resort, with her first visit in March. The two enjoyed a sneak preview of Crossroads Kitchen Las Vegas, opening at the property on May 28, and were spotted around the property shopping. Spears dressed up in masquerade-themed masks with her agent Cade Hudson. Resorts World Las Vegas displayed a welcome message on the hotel’s 100,000 square foot West Tower LED screen which read “Resorts World Loves Britney,” which the couple viewed from outside her palace.
Additionally, On Thursday, May, 19th GRAMMY® Award-winning DJ and recording artist Tiësto hosted a charity poker tournament at Resorts World Las Vegas.
The tournament had over 130 total participants with many star-studded guests including Zouk residents Charly Jordan, athletes Jose Canseco and Deryk Engelland, comedian Blake Webber, model Josie Canseco, and artist Gregory Siff, among others. Players had on their best poker face as they competed for a chance to win some amazing prizes including a season pass with access to all of Tiësto shows at AYU Dayclub & Zouk Nightclub, a Tiësto weekend experience that includes some of his favorite Resorts World experiences, comped suites and much more. The list of presenting sponsors included the Vegas Golden Knights, Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Avion Tequila, Michelob Ultra, The Botanist Gin, Kettle One Vodka, Bacardi, Casamigos Tequila, The Patrón Spirits Company, Allegiant Airlines, the Anaheim Angels and Hennessy. The event raised over $100K. All proceeds benefitted Project 150, a non-profit organization that provides free support and services to homeless, displaced and disadvantaged teens in Southern Nevada. Mary Perry, advisory board member of Project 150, won the tournament.