Golden Gate Hotel & Casino Offers Hotel Packages for the D’s One-Year Celebration Sept. 26-28

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 $389 Packages Include 3-Night Stay and VIP Passes to Concerts by Kid Rock, Uncle Kracker & Stone Temple Pilots with Chester Bennington


Golden Gate Hotel & Casino will offer exclusive VIP packages for sister property the D Las Vegas’ one-year celebration September 26 – 28.

Those who book a three-night stay in the city’s original hotel will receive two VIP passes to the D’s three celebratory concerts on the 3rd Street Stage of the Fremont Street Experience. To kick off the celebration, popular country rock musician Uncle Kracker will perform on Thursday, Sept. 26 and Stone Temple Pilots with Chester Bennington will continue the festivities with a special performance on Friday, Sept. 27. To cap off the weekend, Kid Rock will deliver an unforgettable concert Saturday, Sept. 28.

Limited three-night room and concert packages can be purchased for $389 by calling reservations at 1-800-426-1906.


About the D Las Vegas
the D Las Vegas delivers the fresh, energetic attitude and fun atmosphere synonymous with downtown Las Vegas. The new casino hotel boasts 629 remodeled rooms and suites and a unique two-level casino feature modern and vintage floors. Cocktails, beer and frozen beverages abound inside the casino at LONGBAR and on the Fremont Street Experience at D Bar. the D offers contemporary American fare at D Grill, Detroit’s legendary Coney Dogs at American Coney Island and premium steaks and authentic Italian dishes and Joe Vicari’s Andiamo Italian Steakhouse.


About Golden Gate Hotel & Casino
The Golden Gate is Las Vegas’ most historic hotel and casino, opening in 1906 at One Fremont Street.  Its legacy spans the birth of Las Vegas, the Roaring 20s and the Rat Pack era. The Golden Gate recently completed its first major expansion in 50 years, adding a 35,000-square-foot luxury tower with 16 suites, an expanded gaming floor and a new lobby. The result is an intimate, boutique hotel/casino that is energetic and contemporary, yet preserves its historic character.

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