Last night, Commonwealth ended the weekend on a high note. Its weekly live music event, Chandelier Sessions, was hosted by Ben Carey from the bands Lifehouse and Elvis Monroe.
The hot spot was packed with music lovers. They enjoyed performances by local rockers, Will Play, Carrie Megan Gross, and Rhyme N Rhythm. Host, Ben Carey, combined different musicians to create new and unique performances. Downtown drinkers enjoyed the music and sipped on Commonwealth’s signature cocktails.
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Located at 525 E. Fremont St., Commonwealth is open Wednesday through Friday from 6 p.m. to close and 8 p.m. to close on Saturday and Sunday. More information is available at www.CommonwealthLV.com.
Recently named one of the “7 New Reasons to Hit Las Vegas,” by the New York Post, Commonwealth brings a stylish new social scene to the bar district in Downtown Las Vegas. The 6,000-square-foot cocktail bar is a collision of art and architectural influences inspired by pre-Prohibition era design and drinks. It even has its very own backroom speakeasy. Crystal chandeliers bring a touch of elegance to the overall design, which creates a worn, industrial ambiance. The cocktail menu combines classic and progressive methods and ingredients to offer drinks like, “Men in Tights” and “Little Hot Mess,” that make an lasting impression. A rooftop bar offers an urban brick feel and 360 degree views of downtown.