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MGM Resorts to reopen Bellagio, New York-New York, MGM Grand in Las Vegas - USA TODAYMGM Resorts to reopen Bellagio, New York-New York, MGM Grand in Las Vegas - USA TODAYPlanning a visit to Las Vegas when hotels, casinos reopen June 4? Here are the rules you need to know - USA TODAYMGM Resorts Unveils Reopening Plan for Las Vegas Casinos, Hotels - Hollywood ReporterMGM Resorts to reopen Bellagio, New York-New York, MGM Grand in Las Vegas - USA TODAYPosted: 27 May 2020 01:52 PM PDTCLOSE Yes, dice will roll, cards will be dealt and slot machines will beckon. But poker rooms? Closed. Tourists returning to Las Vegas will see changes since gambling stopped in mid-March because of the coronavirus pandemic. (May 22) AP Entertainment LAS VEGAS – MGM Resorts will reopen four properties on June 4: Bellagio, New York-New York, MGM Grand and The Signature.In the wake of the unprecedented coronavirus pandemic shutdown, the long-awaited return of the resorts will come during phase two of Nevada's…

Hakkasan Group Announces 2019 Halloween Festivities In Las Vegas - Broadway World

Hakkasan Group Announces 2019 Halloween Festivities In Las Vegas - Broadway World


Hakkasan Group Announces 2019 Halloween Festivities In Las Vegas - Broadway World

Posted: 30 Sep 2019 07:38 PM PDT

Global hospitality company Hakkasan Group gears up for a thrilling lineup of events to celebrate Halloween, spanning Sunday, Oct. 27 through Thursday, Oct. 31. Clubgoers can dress in costume and revel in a roster of spirited soirees with sounds by acclaimed artists including global sensations, Calvin Harris and Steve Aoki.


Hakkasan Nightclub at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino
Halloween doesn't get much bigger than Calvin Harris performing under the megaclub's newest addition and the largest kinetic light art installation in the U.S., The Hakkasan Grid. Revelers are invited to dress up in costume and party the night away in the thrilling ambiance of the famed flagship destination.

Sunday, Oct. 27 | One Night Only | Halloween Celebration
Main Club: O.T. Genasis

Thursday, Oct. 31 | Halloween Celebration
Main Club: Calvin Harris


JEWEL Nightclub at ARIA Resort & Casino
JEWEL Nightclub gears up for an action-packed night where clubgoers are invited to partake in festivities when its reoccurring "Flawless Monday" transitions to a killer clown theme paying homage to the cinematic film "IT Chapter 2."

Monday, Oct. 28 | Halloween Celebration "IT Chapter 2"
Desiigner


OMNIA Nightclub at Caesars Palace
Halloween fans won't want to miss celebrating the holiday at the renowned OMNIA Nightclub underneath the famed kinetic chandelier, one of Las Vegas' most Instagramable locations. The internationally recognized nightlife venue will play off an extraterrestrial theme for the soiree as the 22,000 pound chandelier will mimic a spaceship as it lights up the dance floor and costume-clad guests party the night away.

Tuesday, Oct. 29 | Second Annual Armies of the Night | Halloween Celebration
Main Club: Steve Aoki

Thursday, Oct. 31 | Halloween Celebration "Extraterrestrial theme"
Main Club: Fergie DJ

1OAK Nightclub at The Mirage Hotel & Casino.
1OAK Nightclub welcomes all spirited guests to an early holiday celebration on its dedicated industry Wednesdays. Partygoers will enjoy the thrills and chills of the popular venue and dress in a variety of creative costumes while enjoying open bar from 10:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.

Wednesday, Oct. 30 | Halloween Celebration
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MGM in Talks to Sell Circus Circus to Trump Partner in Las Vegas - Yahoo Finance

Posted: 20 Sep 2019 12:00 AM PDT

(Bloomberg) -- MGM Resorts International, the largest casino operator on the Las Vegas Strip, is in talks to sell its Circus Circus property there to real estate mogul Phil Ruffin, according to people familiar with the deal.

An accord to sell the resort could be announced as part of a larger transaction involving the company's real estate portfolio, which also includes the Bellagio and the flagship MGM Grand.

MGM has been restructuring under pressure from activist investors. The company has cut and reorganized management, and previously sold all but four of its wholly owned casinos to MGM Growth Properties Inc., a real estate investment trust it created three years ago.

The company is in talks to sell two Las Vegas crown jewels, Bellagio and the MGM Grand, to Blackstone Group, Bloomberg News reported, citing people with knowledge of the matter. Chief Executive Officer Jim Murren has said he hopes to announce the results of a board-level study of the company's real estate by early fall.

Ruffin, a real estate mogul raised in Wichita, Kansas, bought the Treasure Island casino from MGM for $746 million in 2009. The company then was trying to raise cash following the financial crisis and complete construction of its CityCenter project.

Ruffin fixed up the Treasure Island, once known for its daily pirate battles outside, adding a western-themed barbecue restaurant and other amenities aimed at Middle America guests. Earlier, he partnered with Donald Trump on the Trump International Hotel, a non-casino hotel and condo development on the Strip.

Circus Circus, now more than 50 years old, was once a flagship property of publicly traded Circus Circus Enterprises. MGM ultimately acquired that company. The resort itself is located at the less-trafficked north end of the Strip.

The looming sale of Circus Circus was reported last week by the website Vital Vegas.

To contact the reporters on this story: Christopher Palmeri in Los Angeles at cpalmeri1@bloomberg.net;Gillian Tan in New York at gtan129@bloomberg.net

To contact the editors responsible for this story: Nick Turner at nturner7@bloomberg.net, Rob Golum

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