The artist arrived at the fountain-side hotspot just after midnight alongside model and actress girlfriend Nazanin Mandi who was also celebrating her birthday.
The superstar couple took the red carpet in style as Miguel sported a suave, all-black ensemble and Mandi stunned in a sexy low-cut white halter dress. The duo posed for a flurry of photographers and waved to fans before heading inside with their entourage of close friends.
Earlier in the night, Miguel invited fans to join him for his set at Hyde tweeting, “IF YOUR IN LAS VEGAS this shit gonna wild tonight” (sic) along with his concert poster.
Once inside the posh nightclub, the group made their way to a plush VIP booth overlooking the dance floor where they were welcomed by Hyde’s performance artists holding up signs spelling out “M-I-G-U-E-L”. The DJ announced, “Everyone make some noise for Miguel!” as the crowd went wild.
After mingling with friends and fans, Miguel took center stage to give club-goers an intimate show to remember. As he appeared in the DJ booth, hundreds of eager fans gathered around in anticipation as the crooner encouraged the crowd to wave theirs arms and sing along. Much to their delight, the talented performer did not disappoint, performing several of his hit songs including, “Sure Thing,” “How Many Drinks?” and “Adorn.”
After his first song, all eyes were on the birthday girl as Miguel paused his performance to lead the club in a heartfelt toast to his sweetie, serenading her with a soulful rendition of “Happy Birthday” before continuing the rest of his set.
Miguel closed his set by thanking fans before returning to his table for a night of bottle service, dancing and birthday celebrations. DJ Eric DLUX took the turntables to spin beats that kept the party going into the early morning hours.
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Miguel Jontel Pimentel, who performs under the name Miguel, is an American recording artist, singer, songwriter and producer. Signed to Jive Records in 2007, Miguel released his debut album, All I Want Is You, in November 2010. Although it was underpromoted and performed poorly upon its release, the album became a sleeper hit and helped Miguel garner commercial standing. After Jive’s dissolution in 2011, he moved to RCA Records and released his second album Kaleidoscope Dream in 2012 to critical acclaim. – Wikipedia