@elavrov 3/13/10Remember: What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas! :)
ICE Las Vegas
200 E Harmon
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Dance Club,Pickup / Singles,Special Event
Breaks / 2 Step / Electro, Electronica, Hip-Hop, House, Jungle / Drum 'n' Bass, Progressive House, Techno, Trance
It took some time, but a meta_club finally arrived in Las Vegas and has raised the bar to which all future dance clubs will be judged in Sin City. With its electrifying sound system, big dance floor and intense light show, ICE illustrates vital characteristics that every premier dance club should have. ICE is a mysterious and sexy euphoric dream. Drinks and bottles are about the same with the other big clubs in Vegas. The wait staff is attentive, with cute cocktail waitresses and exotic-looking go-go dancers. ICE brings in top musical talent ranging from Donald Glaude, Felix the Housecat, Bad Boy Bill, Martin VanBuren and other legendary house DJs. Hip-Hop legend Grandmaster Flash is also often seen at the metaclub. ICE also one-ups every other club in Vegas by having an extremely unique feature: a Kryogenifex fog system. A what? ICE covers the dance floor with a thick fog that drops visibility to basically zero (except for the bright lights flashing wildly) and lowers the temperature by about ten degrees on the dance floor, providing the ultimate club refresher. ICE has placed itself on another level when it comes to big dance clubs in Vegas. The Kryogeniflex fog is worth admission alone, coupled with the great sound system, lights and decor, ICE is definitely a meta_club experience.
National Post 11/24/10Peter Worthington: At some point — maybe now – we have got to amend airport security and start profiling those likely to blow the damn plane up – not patting down three-year-old children. Read more:
Red Bull 3/11/11Watch for a wings vending machine in Terminal B-to-C concourse walkway.
Las Vegas 8/12/11McCarran Airport has more than 1,234 slot machines throughout the airport terminals. Your last chance (or first opportunity) to win big!
Angela M.6/5/10What happens in Vegas, ends up on Facebook