If you want to compare prices for New Years Eve celebrations this year you might just have a winner in Las Vegas. The locals in Vegas could party at Krave for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday for only thirty bucks. If you are not a local you only pay $20 more. This brings it to $50 for three days of the best Vegas nightlife at Krave.
Honestly if you are going to go all out and party it up at Krave then get bottle service and a table. That runs you a minimum of $675 and can run up towards $2,000 for a cabana in the VIP section with three bottles.
You get to bring in the New Year with the Perry Twins Thursday night Hosted by Cashetta with a Balloon Drop, Snow Machines, and Laser Light Show. Krave opens early @ 10PM and the Afterhours begins at 4AM with DJ PA. If you have not meet the Perry Twins they are the nicest guys and both hot and very talented. I got to meet them at the White Party in Palm Springs and been a fan ever since.
Friday, Jan 1st you have VJ ALPYNE spinning Pop Music Videos, Hot GoGo Dancers (as usual), $1 Long islands and Show Ticket Giveaways. Saturday the 2nd DJ MORNINGSTAR and DJ PA As Dueling DJs. These guys twins? If so this is a double twin weekend. Hell the Visconti Triplets may stop by as well. j/k. Afterhours with DJ Detour until 4am. Watch out for those wicked snow machines they attack you if your wearing black and make it look like you have dandruff all night long -not good for NYE pics. This looks to be a very exciting weekend at Krave and you can stay at the newly opened CityCenter which has a walkway over to Planet Hollywood’s Miracle Mile Mall connected to Krave. More Details on Krave and Planet Hollywood.
Vegas is not the only city that is killing for business on New Years this year. Club Heaven in London the biggest, best nightclub in the World has lowered their New Years Eve prices from last year to almost half that from before. I do not see any budge in the circuit party in Los Angeles thrown by Masterbeat though. I would expect some of the clubs are just charging $10.o0 for entrance this year when normally it runs $40 to get in the biggest club evening and night of the year. Restaurants and the club business make a killing on this massive night and fight hard for your business by offering killer, memorable performances.
We will not be in Vegas this year for New Year’s Eve. We are planning a trip to either Orlando to see the live performances at the P-house OR goto Tigerheat that Thursday night and possibly hit up one of the Masterbeat parties in Hollywood/Los Angeles. London was my first choice but it is hard to get anyone to commit to going so far this late in the game.