New Year’s Eve Las Vegas 2015 – The City Made for New Year’s Eve

Las Vegas and New Year’s Eve, the two make for a perfect marriage and provide you with a setting that allows you to celebrate the clock turning midnight in any fashion that your heart desires. From nightclubs to restaurants and concerts, Splash Magazines Worldwide has put together a list of some of the most amazing things that are going on for New Year’s Eve.

LIGHT Nightclub at Mandalay Bay is one of the best spots to spend any night in Las Vegas, but New Year’s Eve is going to be in even bigger than usual for LIGHT as ALESSO will be ringing in the New Year with a spectacular performance. LIGHT Nightclub, the state-of-the-art nightlife venue at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino turned on by the creative minds behind Cirque du Soleil and The Light Group will bring GRAMMY-nominated top-charted Swedish DJ/producer Alesso. Sweden's hottest export, Alesso will perform current hits including "Heroes (We Could Be)" and "Tear the Roof Up," among others, as revelers ring in the New Year. Door open: 9 p.m. For reservations contact  702.693.8300 or visit LIGHT

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1 OAK Nightclub at The Mirage will have Macklemore and Ryan Lewis performing New Year’s Eve. Finishing off what has been a celebrity filled 2014, 1 Oak will be taken over by Grammy Award-winning hip-hop duo Macklemore and Ryan Lewis take the stage to perform hits like “Thrift Shop” and “Same Love,”providing guests with a New Year's Eve that only 1 Oak can provide. Guests will enjoy a complimentary open bar from 9 p.m. to 10 p.m. as well as the chance to win flights, hotel accommodations, dinner at STACK Restaurant & Bar, and VIP entry to 1 OAK for one lucky winner and a friend. Visit 1oaklv.com/nye for details and to enter. Guests should come dressed to impress and ready to party as 1 OAK's New Year's Eve party is not to be missed. Doors Open: 10:30 p.m. For reservations contact 702.693.8300

Calvin Harris with Eva Shaw & Burns will headline a special New Year’s Eve set at Hakkasan at MGM Grand and The Bank at Bellagio will feature an exclusive live performance by Trey Songz.

If you want to experience New Year’s Eve Las Vegas style but you are looking for something a little tamer than a nightclub, there are plenty of options to take you from 2014 and into 2015 in a memorable way.

Las Vegas is known for a fireworks extravaganza that will light up the sky along Las Vegas Boulevard at midnight, but to enjoy the experience finding that perfect vantage point is key. You are not going to find a better spot than miX Lounge at Delano Las Vegas which boasts an outdoor patio and floor-to-ceiling windows facing The Strip.

Right next door to Delano, you can paint the town gold as Mandalay Bay Resort and Casinotransforms into a golden wonderland, complete with elaborate gold-themed accents, lavish culinary selections, incredible cocktails and more. The masquerade-style affair encourages guests to welcome 2015 in an exuberant environment. The party continues with chart-toppers Maroon 5 as they take over the Mandalay Bay Events Center for two special performances December 30th and 31st.

Taste the decadence. Say adieu to 2014 at The Mirage with Portofino’s White Diamond truffle and 23-karat gold flaked lasagna. The $100 “Diamond and Gold” Lasagna tantalizes taste buds with layers of pasta stuffed with porcini mushrooms, Iberico ham, Prosciutto di Parma, 24-month-aged Parmigiano-Reggiano, buffalo mozzarella and Kobe Bolognese. This luxurious creation is finished with foie gras-infused Alfredo sauce.

Pig out. Steak is so 2014; celebrate the start of 2015 at Monte Carlo’s Yusho with a whole pig’s head. Cooked for a full 24 hours and served with a plethora of Japanese fixings like stuffed buns, cabbage kimchi and bowls of ramen, this will be a New Year’s Eve dinner you won’t soon forget. Just be sure to order at least a full day in advance.

Beef up your new year. Ring in the New Year with the most indulgent burger experience on The Strip – the legendary FleurBurger 5000 from celebrated chef Hubert Keller of Fleur at Mandalay Bay. The foie gras and black truffle-topped Kobe burger is accompanied by a bottle of Chateau Petrus 1995 poured in Ichendorf Brunello stemware, imported from Italy. After the meal, Fleur will ship the glasses to your home along with a personal note from Chef Keller. All this decadence for the price of $5,000!

Catch the water works. Water and fire usually don’t play well together, but on New Year’s Eve on The Strip, it might be the best mash-up yet! Using dramatic music, water and light, The Fountains of Bellagio soar up to 460 feet in beautifully choreographed synchronization. With the glimmering fireworks in the background and the waterworks right in front of you, the combination makes for one stunning sight!

If New Year’s Eve was a night to remember but let you more than a little hungover to begin 2015, visit one of our favorite spots in all of Las Vegas, REVIV, located at The Underground at MGM Grand. REVIV was developed by a group of experienced emergency room physicians and features a wide range of intravenous and vitamin therapies to combat hangovers including three different types of IV therapies. After one treatment at REVIV you will be ready to do New Year’s Eve all over again!

If the “hair of the dog” cure is more your style, check out the Instagram-worthy Bloody Mary at Todd English P.U.B. inside The Shops at Crystals, where a cart is rolled tableside and guests select from an insane amount of garnishes including a bacon cheeseburger slider, a chicken wing, shrimp and a mini corn dog.

Put on your suit and tie. In Vegas, the party doesn’t end at the stroke of midnight. This year, continue your celebration of a fresh start, a new year and a new day with none other than Justin Timberlake, who will close out his 20/20 Experience World Tour January 1 and 2 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

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