JEWEL Nightclub inside ARIA Resort & Casino kicked off the celebratory weekend Friday, Dec. 29 with resident DJ Justin Credible taking over the turntables for a special New Year’s Eve Weekend edition of “The Good Life Fridays.”
The party continued with an electrified open-format set by Irie Saturday, Dec. 30. On Sunday, Dec. 31, clubgoers rang in 2018 with legendary hip-hop artist turned DJ Lil Jon as he counted down the final minutes of 2017 and sprayed the enthusiastic crowd with champagne as the clock struck midnight. The music icon popped bottles with partygoers and gave a high-energy performance, which included several of his legendary party anthems, making for an unforgettable night at the premier venue.
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About JEWEL Nightclub
Spanning more than 24,000 square feet of precisely designed space, Hakkasan Group’s new nightlife experience, JEWEL, is as inviting as it is evocative; a rare ambient delight that must be experienced to be appreciated. Whether the headliner is a world-class DJ or performer, JEWEL offers a multi-faceted experience for each guest and every event.
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About ARIA Resort & Casino
Aria Resort and Casino is a luxury resort and casino, part of the CityCenter complex on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. Aria consists of two curved glass and steel highrise towers adjoined at the center. It opened on December 16, 2009, as a joint venture between MGM Resorts International and Infinity World Development. At 4,000,000 sq ft and 600 ft in height, it is the largest and tallest structure at CityCenter.
Among the most notable aspects of Aria is its incorporation of technology in the exterior and interior design of the hotel, specifically for the reduction of energy consumption. It is the largest hotel in the world to have earned LEED Gold certification. On account of its smart rooms which automatically adjust curtains, turn off unused lights and electronics, and regulate the temperature when a guest enters or leaves a room, Aria was described in Popular Mechanics as possibly “the most technologically advanced hotel ever built”.