As fans geared up for the biggest sports day of the year, LIGHT Nightclub, located at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, kept the ball rolling during its reopening weekend with a performance by country superstar, Sam Hunt, last night.
Following a performance by Wyclef Jean the previous night, the party continued on Saturday with Sam Hunt performing nearly a dozen of his hit songs for an ecstatic audience. After hitting the stage around midnight, he remained at the club with a group of friends, sipping on Don Julio 1942 and whiskey in the DJ booth until 4 a.m.
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 Sam Hunt
Sam Hunt is an American singer and songwriter. Born in Cedartown, Georgia, Hunt played football in his high school and college years and once attempted to pursue a professional sports career before signing with MCA Nashville in 2014.
Since the launch of his career, Hunt has quickly received recognition from both inside and outside the country music community for his blending of genres, incorporating the use of R&B and pop into the production and songwriting of his songs. He has been honored with numerous awards, including one American Music Award, and one CMT Music Award, as well as nominations for Billboard Music Awards and Grammy Awards.
Learn more on his website.
Photo Credit: Toby Acuna
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.