It was a celeb-packed weekend at SLS Las Vegas. Lauren Conrad was spotted partying with husband William Tell, Joe Jonas hit the deejay booth again, Dirty South celebrated his new album release and Desiree Hartsock celebrated her bachelorette party. Other familiar faces on property included Scott Eastwood, Fred Savage, Matt Kemp and more.
On Saturday, Grammy-nominated musician, actor and now Las Vegas deejay Joe Jonas played his second Sin City set inside The Sayers Club at SLS Las Vegas. Earlier that day, Jonas took in some rays at Foxtail Pool Club before kicking off the night at Katsuya with a large group of friends. Shortly after, Jonas arrived at the iconic venue and stopped to take pictures with fans before making his way to the DJ booth.
Jonas dropped a medley of hip hop tracks and had the entire room dancing, even busting a few moves out himself. Celebrity chef José Andrés personally delivered desserts from his Bazaar Meat to Jonas during his set and hung out with the star behind the DJ booth to check out the scene. Lauren Conrad alongside husband William Tell were also spotted checking out the set. Admirers crowded around the stage to take photos of the music artist as Jonas kept the beats pumping from behind the turntables.
Also on Saturday at Life Nightclub, the evening was full of celebrations. Deejay Dirty South celebrated the release of his new album “With You” while Desiree Hartsock, best known for her season on ABC’s “The Bachelorette,” celebrated her bachelorette party with pals inside the nightclub.
Des and friends partied at a dance floor table at Life in the center of the action. The bachelorette wore a fitting white sparkly dress, sipped on cocktails and showed off her ring as she was surprised with a three tier cake. The bachelorette party danced the night away while former Bachelor Bob Guiney partied at a separate VIP table with friends. The girls also popped into The Sayers Club earlier that night.
Actor, director and producer Fred Savage, best known for his role as Kevin Arnold in the American television series “The Wonder Years,” was also spotted at a VIP table at Life. Clint Eastwood’s son Scott Eastwood was also seen during the night. Eastwood, who is currently filming “The Longest Ride,” sported a cowboy hat and partied with friends.
Outfielder for the Los Angeles Dodgers Matt Kemp enjoyed game 4 of the World Series at Umami Burger, Beer Garden and Sports Book where he cheered on the San Francisco Giants. Kemp stopped by Bazaar Casino and grabbed a drink with a friend after the game.
Earlier that weekend at The Sayers Club, American pop rock band, Neon Trees were spotted checking out Battle, where special guest drummer Tony Royster Jr. jammed to a packed crowd including chef José Andrés on Thursday night. QuestLove of The Roots, who was in town for Life is Beautiful, was also spotted dining at Katsuya with friends.