• 30-DEC-2020

  • Las Vegas

MEDIA ALERT: Las Vegas Tells 2020 to Kiss Off

Las Vegas Strip

Tune-In for a Virtual Celebration & Livestream in True Vegas Fashion: Imploding a 2020 Sign and Ringing in 2021

LAS VEGAS – Las Vegas will end 2020 with a bang via a livestream countdown to midnight with an Only Vegas virtual celebration and special live performance by longstanding Tao Group Vegas resident DJ, artist and producer, Vice

While the destination may not be holding the annual New Year’s Eve fireworks spectacular, the excitement the city is known for will still be epic.

The Kiss Off 2020 event is not open to the public, however guests from around the world can still celebrate their favorite destination virtually.

Fans of Las Vegas can also enter the "Kiss Off 2020 Sweepstakes" for a chance to win one of four trips to the destination in 2021, along with sharing what they are most looking forward to in the new year. Prize packages will include airfare, a 3-day/2-night stay, activities, as well as culinary experiences for the winners and their guest at participating properties and attractions, including ARIA Resort & Casino, Bellagio Resort & Casino, Caesars Palace, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Dig This, Maverick Helicopters, The Mob Museum, Park MGM, Pink Jeep Tours, Sun Buggy Fun Rentals, Treasure Island, The STRAT Hotel, Casino & SkyPod, Vegas Indoor Skydiving, Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino and Wynn Las Vegas. 

What:                Las Vegas’ Kiss Off 2020 – Livestream New Year’s Eve Countdown and Celebration

Who:                 Long-standing Vegas Tao Group resident DJ, artist and producer, Vice

 When:              Thursday, Dec. 31

                          11:30 p.m. PST livestream opens

                          11:45 p.m. PST event begins

 Where:             Online at: VisitLasVegas.com, YouTube and Facebook

 Contact:           Tracey Koblick

                           702-228-0222

                           Tracey.Koblick@rrpartners.com

 

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