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MAY BRINGS INTERNATIONAL DJS TO SPIN AT BAZAAR UNDER THE EIFFEL TOWER

MAY BRINGS INTERNATIONAL DJS TO SPIN

AT BAZAAR UNDER THE EIFFEL TOWER

Bass Kleph, Tommie Sunshine, Steve “Silk” Hurley, DJ Skip, John O’Callaghan and Bad Boy Bill will all bring their unique styles of house music to the May summer lineup at BAZAAR under the Eiffel Tower beginning Cinco de Mayo weekend.

Bass Kleph, May 5

International DJ, Bass Kleph, will bring his energetic set to BAZAAR under the Eiffel Tower for Cinco de Mayo. The two-time Beatport #1 remixer will ignite partygoers with his innovative compilations.

Tommie Sunshine with Steve “Silk” Hurley and DJ Skip, May 12

From the undisputed home of house music, Chicago’s very own Tommie Sunshine, Steve “Silk” Hurley and DJ Skip will collaborate bringing original mainstream dance remixes to the Las Vegas destination. The three DJs will set the tone of the night Under the Eiffel Tower with electrifying sets from the award winning and founders of house music.

John O’Callaghan, May 19

Commonly referred to as a legend in the trance genre, John O’Callaghan has rocketed to Number 12 in the Trance addict Top 250 DJ Poll. Firmly established in the A-list trance elite, O’Callaghan will bring a high-energy trance mix with his debut at BAZAAR.

Bad Boy Bill, May 26

Returning for a second time for the elaborate event holiday weekend, Bad Boy Bill will bring back his assortment of house music for one of the biggest party weekends of the year. Club-goers will flock to the venue to catch the celebrated DJ who he is known to play on six different turntables at once.

Unlike anything at a Las Vegas nightclub, electronica and entertainment converge at BAZAAR, converting the 22,000-square-foot rooftop venue into a 1920s’ carnival meets 2012’s electronic dance music era. The elaborate nightlife party begins at 11 p.m. and continues into sunrise every Saturday night.

Set to mixes by some of the top house DJs in the world, BAZAAR brings a mystical marketplace filled with gypsy vendors and other characters, offering an other-worldly experience. The evening evolves from “The BAZAAR,” an entertaining exploration complete with a fortune teller, ticket taker, contortionist and mime, to “The Party,” a dramatic, late-night shift that fills BAZAAR with wolf-dames, aerial performances and more. BAZAAR encompasses guests through a multi-sensory environment, interactive performers and music.

Overlooking the spectacular Bellagio Fountains and reminiscent of a lush garden in Versailles, BAZAAR Under the Eiffel Tower spans 22,000 square feet in an unparalleled setting beneath the stars. Featuring a lavish rooftop garden, blossoming greenery and lush cabanas, the picturesque nightspot offers a full nightclub experience with an exciting rooftop dance floor, high-energy lighting, VIP bottle service and panoramic views from high above the Vegas skyline.

Open Saturday nights from 10:30 p.m. to close. Local ladies are always free, while general admission is $20 for women and $30 for men, excluding special events. Dress code is strictly enforced. For table reservations and VIP bottle service, guests may call 702.776.7777 or email reservations@chateaunightclublv.com. For general information and updates, guests may call 702.776.7770, visit the BAZAAR website at www.bazaarvegas.com, become a fan on Facebook at www.facebook.com/bazaargvegas or follow BAZAAR on Twitter www.twitter.com/bazaarvegas.

About Paris Las Vegas

Paris Las Vegas brings the passion and sophistication of the City of Lights to the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, transporting guests to Europe’s most romantic city. From its dramatic 50-story replica Eiffel Tower to authentic architectural reproductions, Paris Las Vegas features more than 2,900 hotel rooms and suites, 85,000 square-feet of casino space with 1,200 slots and an array of exciting table games, European-inspired boutiques and shops, The Paris Spa by Mandara; a picturesque wedding chapel and the opulent nightlife venue Chateau Nightclub & Gardens. 11 restaurants include a distinctive array of fine cuisine such as Chef Joho’s acclaimed Eiffel Tower Restaurant, Les Artistes Steakhouse and French-bistro Mon Ami Gabi. Beginning March 2012, the award-winning musical Jersey Boys will perform in the 1,477-seat Paris Théâtre. For more information, please visit www.parislasvegas.com or caesars.thedigitalcenter.com to access media materials and request high-resolution images. Find Paris Las Vegas on Facebook and follow on Twitter.

Paris, along with all Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas resorts, including Caesars Palace, Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, Flamingo Las Vegas, Harrah’s, Bally’s, Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, Imperial Palace and Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall & Saloon, proudly prohibit adding hidden resort fees to hotel guest room rates. For information on No Resort Fees visit www.caesars.com/vegasnoresortfees.

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