Entertainment icon Snoop Dogg hosted the second installment of his Snoopadelic Cabaret residency on Sunday night at TAO Nightclub.
Kicking off the 1920’s speakeasy-themed affair was a DJ Snoopadelic set from the man of the hour. Clubgoers relished in the exhilarating atmosphere as Snoop dropped club anthems and confetti filled the room. Later, Snoop took center stage to perform a medley of his biggest hits including crowd favorites “Drop It Like It’s Hot” and “Gin and Juice,” among others. After closing out the performance, he took over the DJ decks once again to treat the crowd to second DJ Snoopadelic set. Revelers were treated to a surprise performance from rapper Busta Rhymes, who joined Snoop in the booth to hype up the packed crowd even more.
Spotted in the crowd at TAO was Trey Smith, also known as DJ AcE. Smith was seen enjoying the one-of-a-kind atmosphere from his VIP table with friends.
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About TAO Nightclub
Tao, a hybrid lounge, restaurant and nightclub inside the Venetian Hotel, is one of the highest grossing nightclubs in the nation year after year, and has reached a permanent, almost legendary, status on the Las Vegas Strip. This comes as no surprise—Tao is one of the most visually stunning venues in the world, featuring a twenty foot Buddha statue, an infinity pool with real Japanese koi, elegant chandeliers, gorgeous, plush seating, and a forty foot long terrace which overlooks breathtaking views of the Las Vegas Strip. And, of course, the club has become a place to see and be seen, being frequented by celebrities like Madonna, JayZ, Rihanna, Drake, Kim Kardashian, and Heidi Klum.
The first two floors are comprised of the world-class restaurant and the ultra sophisticated lounge, which plays a more relaxed blend of house music. The nightclub area is split into two rooms, the main room which plays mainly a mix of house/EDM and Top 40, and the Opium Room, which mostly features hip hop. There are plenty of spots for European Bottle Service, including eight skyboxes which feature their own mini bars, espresso machines, and secured purse drawers. As if the venue weren’t impressive enough, on some nights TAO Beach Club (the dayclub at the Venetian) opens up to increase the 10,000 square foot venue up to over 60,000 square feet.