Jason Derulo Hosts TAO Beach Season Opening Party April 19




TAO Beach at The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino will celebrate its season opening with a new look and the help of wildly successful recording artist Jason Derulo on Saturday, April 19. Armed with a consistently growing roster of chart-topping singles, Derulo has been taking the music scene by storm with his hip-hop infused pop hits since 2009. TAO Beach was redesigned in the off season and now offers guests a more open space and better view of the DJ booth

Derulo will be accompanied by DJ Eric D-Lux who will be the weekly Saturday resident this season. TAO Beach, the daytime incarnation of TAO Nightclub located at The Venetian, transports visitors to an exotic Balinese escape. Exclusive cabanas, day beds for lounging and lush horticulture, including forty foot tall bamboo trees highlight the day to night venue, while world renowned talent command the center stage DJ booth. Fresh off recent renovations, the DJ booth has been moved back to allow for a larger dance space for the lively summer parties. The overall layout has been adjusted and rearranged to open up all cabanas and the pool deck for a better view. Guests can cool down with signature cocktails from the venue’s brand new bar and fuel up with delicious bites from the TAO Asian Bistro kitchen.

Prior to the season opening party on April 19, TAO Beach will open for daytime operations at 11 a.m. Thursdays through Sundays beginning March 14. Starting April 14, the venue will welcome revelers seven days a week until the end of the season.

Pre-sale tickets to the season opening party with Jason Derulo April 19 are $30 males, $20 females. Tickets can be purchased at http://taobeach.electrostub.com/show.cfm?id=116163&cart.


About TAO Beach

TAO Beach at The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino offers the hottest daytime experience in Las Vegas. By day, guests can secure a reservation to lounge poolside in one of twelve luxury cabanas that feature such amenities as air-conditioning, high definition plasma screen televisions with gaming consoles, a DVD library, WiFi, and customized mini bars. Other amenities include sunglass cleaning, a staff of masseuses, and personal body misters who will cool you down upon request. Asian-inspired day beds are scattered throughout the 18,000 square foot oasis, which also includes a 30-foot bar.

TAO Beach is located at 3355 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89102. For more information please call 702.388.8588 or visit www.taobeach.com.

LMFAO at TAO Beach


Photos: Trey Songz at TAO Beach; Trinidad James at TAO

Saturday afternoon, Trey Songz continued his weekend at TAO Beach after headlining the night at TAO Nightclub the previous evening. The singer partied poolside at a VIP cabana, even hopping alongside DJ Eric D-Lux to surprise party-goers with an impromptu performance. The crowd jammed around the DJ booth during the 20-minute set, snapping photos and singing along to the music superstar’s biggest hits.

Saturday evening, rapper Trinidad Jame$ hosted a Labor Day Weekend celebration at TAO Nightclub. The chart-topping artist, dressed in all black and signature gold jewelry, was accompanied by a group of friends at the restaurant, dining on Chicken Pad Thai, Chicken Fried Rice, Orange Chicken, Wok-Seared New York Sirloin, Crispy Coconut Shrimp and Miso Glazed Chilean Sea Bass. They then headed up to a VIP table on the dance floor where DJ Vice announced his arrival to a roaring crowd and TAO staff, wearing “Trinidad Jame$” t-shirts, welcomed him . Jame$ took in the scene as he danced with friends on top of his booth before heading to the stage for a special performance. He first greeted the crowd then got everyone dancing to “Female$ Welcomed” and Billboard Hot 100 favorite “All Gold Everything.” He then made his way to the DJ booth where he stayed for an hour while hyping the crowd and selecting club anthems alongside DJ Vice.

Trinidad James

Photo Credit: Brenton Ho

Sighting: Blake Griffin at TAO; Carlos Boozer at Marquee

Friday night, NBA star Blake Griffin spent his second night in a row at TAO Nightclub. His group included basketball players Marcus Camby and Deandre Jordan. Griffin interacted with fans, enjoyed the club scene from a VIP table on the dance floor and also purchased a bottle of champagne for DJ Eric D-Lux who headlined the night from TAO’s turntables.

At Marquee, Chicago Bulls forward Carlos Boozer was spotted at a VIP table in the club’s Boom Box Room.