Kevin Hart — who’s busy working on the set of a new movie he’s filming in Boston has announced plans to gift Las Vegas with his presence once again this fall — oh, and he’s bringing Drake.
Hart is once again set to take over the Cosmopolitan like he did last fall — at The Chelsea, Boulevard Pool and Marquee Nightclub — for two nights this September. As with his fiesta last year, Hart is slated to host a pair of stand-up showcases on Saturday, September 5, at The Chelsea, featuring stand-up acts from an assemblage of his amusing amigos, followed by an afterparty at the Marquee. Then on Sunday evening, Hart will host Drake at the Boulevard Pool, followed by another afterparty at the Marquee.
About Marquee Nightclub Las Vegas:
Perfect for corporate events, fashion shows, holiday receptions, networking functions and more, the stylish and sophisticated Marquee Dayclub & Nightclub offers a full range of food services, from passed hors d’oeuvres to buffet style dining and beverage options. Whether it’s a product launch, holiday soiree or business get-together, let our experts organize the ultimate experience for your occasion.
But this much is clear: Marquee is more than just music.
Once you get through the masses and up the elevator to the 17th floor, you are immediately greeted with a bar. By this time you’ve probably lost someone in your group so remember this spot when you want to come back together.
At other nightclubs you might feel the urge to game plan your night, but at Marquee you should fight that feeling. With three distinct rooms and an attached day club with outdoor gaming, your night could be limited by imposing a game plan.
OK, back to the bar. From here you have a choice: Go left into the main area of the club where the 40-foot LED screen will surely entice you or go right to the Boom Box room.
This is where your musical senses (or curiosity) can take over. The music in the main room will almost always be house music, while Boom Box will mostly be Hip-Hop. And since you plan on spending more than a few minutes at Marquee we recommend you go wherever your heart (or eyes) takes you.
If you choose the Boom Box, odds are you’ll think of Lavo as soon as you walk in. The dark tones in the room and faux-crocodile skin flooring make for a close resemblance to the popular spot at the Palazzo. But the smallness of the room, lack of a dedicated dance floor and interesting silhouette paintings on the wall make this room stand on its own.
When you do make it to the main room you’ll be inundated with a number of booths, both around the dance floor and near the walkway. If you haven’t sprung for a booth, odds are, right about now you’re going to start to feel jealousy coming on. The spacious leather booths are inviting and give guests the rare chance to sit down in the club.