Another big weekend in Las Vegas brought the stars out. Bruno Mars, Big Sean, Travis Barker, Nelly and more partied in Sin City
Photo Credit: Michael KirschbaumPerhaps the biggest star to party in Las Vegas — singer Bruno Mars, who hosted the night at The Bank Nightclub at the Bellagio after his performance at Park Theater at the Monte Carlo on Saturday night.
The dapper singer wore a denim jacket and his girlfriend Jessica Caban on his arm with a group of friends. Inside, a VIP booth awaited, where Mars hung out until he decided to put on a surprise performance for the crowd. He performed some of his biggest hits such as “24K Magic” and “That’s What I Like.”
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On Friday night, rapper Big Sean returned to the stage at Drai’s Nightclub at The Cromwell in Las Vegas. The “Bounce Back” rapper performed songs such as “Blessings,” as well as tracks from his recently released album, “I Decided,” like “Moves,” “No Favors” and several others.
Former NFL star Jerry Rice partied at Tao Nightclub in the Venetian on Friday night. The San Francisco 49er danced at a VIP table and at one point jumped in the DJ booth and greeted the crowd.
— Travis Barker (@travisbarker) March 12, 2017
Then on Saturday, drummer and producer Travis Barker made his debut at Drai’s Beachclub at The Cromwell. The member of Blink-182 played a full set of his solo drum sets and remixes.
Saturday night at Lavo Italian Restaurant at the Palazzo, actor Ser’Darius Blain dined with family and friends. The “Jumanji” star and his group ordered the one-pound meatball, calamari, steak and more.
At Tao Nightclub NFL player Brynden Trawick and a friend were seen taking in the party from a VIP table.
Photo Credit: Jesse Sutherland/Tony Tran PhotographyBack to Drai’s Nightclub on Saturday night, where rapper Nelly performed “Country Grammar,” “Hot in Herre” and several other of his big songs. D
Saturday evening, basketball legend Julius Erving, also known as Dr. J, hit the fourth level of Topgolf Las Vegas at the MGM Grand with some family. He was at PAC-12 games at T-Mobile Arena earlier in the day.
Also hanging at Topgolf Saturday night, Cordell Broadus, also known as Snoop Dogg’s son J. He was hanging out in a couple of bays with a group of friends.