LIGHT Nightclub, located at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, reopened last night following a two-year closure with an energetic performance by hip-hop legend, Wyclef Jean.
The prolific artist arrived at LIGHT around 12:30 a.m., enjoying a lavish VIP table with friends before hitting the stage. During his performance, he walked into the crowd and around the room, dancing and singing with fans. Enjoying the night, Jean sipped on Clase Azul tequila and continued to mingle with clubgoers.
As the night continued, the party got even hotter in Las Vegas, with the addition of Green Bay Packers’ players, Amari Rodgers, Eric Stokes Jr., Kylin Hill and Shemar Jean-Charles. The group also imbibed on Clase Azul while Jean greeted the table with a freestyle rap.
Reopening after nearly a two-year closure, LIGHT Nightclub has been a Las Vegas hot spot since 2013, offering a world-class sound system and the most prominent LED screens in town. LIGHT has reopened its doors, hosting DJs and live performances from some of the music industry’s top entertainers providing the ultimate party.
About LIGHT Nightclub:
LIGHT Nightclub at Mandalay Bay merges cutting-edge creativity with popular music to produce unique nightlife entertainment. LIGHT’s DJs play a wide range of popular hits. Performers and dancers immerse the crowd in a pulsating party vibe set to state-of-the-art sound and lighting. LIGHT’s massive LED screens captivate the senses and a world-class sound system keeps energy high. LIGHT is open Friday and Saturday nights from 10:30 p.m. – 4 am. More information is available on the website https://thelightvegas.com/ and on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.