Amongst the clubs in Vegas, one in particular stands out.
While most venues are booking the biggest electronic artists every night, Drai’s nightclub are bringing in the hottest hip hop talent around. Last year when The Weeknd was winning Grammy’s, he lowkey had a residency here, where fans could see live performances for a very good price. With a Beach Club, Nightclub and famed After Hours, Drai’s is a staple for the Las Vegas strip.
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For the 2017 season, Drai’s has locked down artists like Big Sean, Zeds Dead, Future, Nelly, Trey Songz and Waka Flocka Flame, respectively. And this year, the venue is celebrating 20 years of its famed After Hours. Channeling a different style of “Vgeas”, the After Hours is the place to be when the other parties shut down.
According to the Las Vegas Sun,
The club will celebrate its 20th birthday on the Las Vegas Strip on June 25. Originally opened by Victor Drai as a restaurant in 1997, it began full-on club operations in 1999 and has weathered much more than the ever-changing Vegas nightlife landscape. For most of its life, Drai’s was in the basement of the Barbary Coast, lending an aura of modern hipness to the Gold Rush-themed casino that had struggled to find its footing as a nightlife spot.
Drai’s After Hours is open from 1 until 10 a.m. Thursday through Sunday, with Vixen, Disconnect and David Serrano spinning this month.
Source: The Las Vegas Sun