Fridays 9pm - Doors open at 8pm - $5 cover
Join us for the biggest R&B dance party in Las Vegas! All Star Friday Nights feature an eclectic mix of all your contemporary R&B and funk favorites. Advance booth reservations are available by calling 600-1625 (LUX Booths $100 and Banquettes $50).
January 30 Star One All-Stars
February 6 Tresure
February 13 Star One All-Stars
February 20 Rhythm Nation
February 27 Star One All-Stars
Season 7 winner of The Voice!
January 31 - 8pm and 10pm
Tickets start at $17.50
Dynamic and charismatic, Craig Wayne Boyd’s sound is rooted in the southern tradition of country music and is topped with a rebellious flair. Growing up in the Dallas, Texas suburb of Mesquite, Boyd was born under the influence of gospel and country music.
He first developed as a multi-instrumentalist at a very young age, and was later his church choir director and a touring musician with various national acts. Like the Texas sun, music burned hot in his soul, and was the one constant in his life, even when life brought unexpected and unwelcome changes for him.
After a trip to Nashville brought life-changing events his way, Boyd headed to Music City and signed a publishing deal with EMI shortly thereafter. After several years of prolific songwriting, Boyd turned to the road and toured constantly, logging more than 1,000 shows in four years, and opening for acts like Jamey Johnson, Randy Houser and Brantley Gilbert.
Featuring Russ Freeman
February 14 - 8pm
Tickets start at $32.50
Complimentary glass of champagne included with ticket purchase.
The Rippingtons are a Grammy-nominated American contemporary jazz band celebrating its twenty-fifth anniversary. Started by guitarist Russ Freeman in 1985, the band has hosted many well-known musicians that have launched successful careers, and has created the life soundtrack for hundreds of thousands of contemporary jazz fans worldwide for a quarter of a century.
February 19 - 8pm
Tickets start at $17.50
Capitol Records Nashville artist Jon Pardi may be new to the country music scene, but his strikingly original songs and relaxed confidence would suggest otherwise. His sound is undeniably country — paying homage to some of his musical heroes such as Dwight Yoakam, George Strait and Alan Jackson —with his lived-in voice and authentic delivery. But it’s his carefree musical style combined with his high-energy live show which give this singer-songwriter his own niche in a diverse country landscape.
Hailing from a small town in Northern California, Pardi’s first taste of country music stardom started in his Grandmother’s house, where he sang to her with the radio and on karaoke tapes at the tender age of 3. The singer-songwriter spent his youth perfecting his craft – by 8 years old, he was playing the guitar and at 12, he was writing his own songs. Pardi had his first band at age 14, performing a mixture of classic rock and country, all the while polishing his live performance skills. Determined to make his dream of country music fame a reality, Pardi moved to Nashville at 22 years old, where his unique musical style gained the attention of Song Factory which led to a publishing contract, and later a record deal.
Last year, Pardi signed with the legendary EMI, home to recording artists as varied and successful as Frank Sinatra, Garth Brooks, and Keith Urban. Pardi has shared the stage with Pat Green, Dierks Bentley and has opened for Luke Bryan’s “Spring Break” tour and Eric Church "Blood, Sweat and Beers" tour.
March 14 - 8pm
Tickets start at $27.50
Butler began his singing career at age 7, releasing his first album in 1973 and winning the Best New Artist Grammy in South Africa the following year at age 12. He made history by being the first black artist played on white South African radio while earning three gold records (“Please Stay” went double gold and “I Love How You Love Me” went gold) in 1975 as he became a teenager.
More than a decade later, Butler moved to London, England after signing with Jive Records and released his first album internationally. The self-titled set went gold in 1987 in the United Kingdom and in the USA. He received Grammy nominations for Best R&B Song for his R&B-pop vocal hit “Lies” and for Best Jazz Song for the instrumental “Going Home.” His genre-busting material earned songwriter’s awards and received abundant airplay in multiple radio formats: pop, urban, contemporary jazz, adult contemporary and gospel. Butler’s 2004 album, Surrender, went gold in South Africa where he remains a superstar. In concert, Butler remains a captivating and powerful performer, pouring his heart into selections from his immense catalog.
Hosted by Faizon Love
March 28 - 8pm and 10:30pm
Tickets start at $17.50
Basketball legend Shaquille O'Neil presents this new installment in the All-Star Comedy Jam series, shows that gather together some of the best comics in the world for an unforgettable night of entertainment. The stand-up shows will be hosted by Faizon Love featuring comedians Aida Rodriguez, Billy Sorrells and Kelly “K-Dub” Walker.
Love has been in the entertainment industry for more than 10 years and boasts a career that has spanned from TV to the big screen, with roles in “That’s So Raven,” “My Name Is Earl,” and “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia;” along with movie credits in “Friday,” “B*A*P*S,” “Couples Retreat” and as the disgruntled department store manager in the holiday classic, “Elf.” Love previously hosted the All-Star Comedy Jam in 2013, which aired on Showtime and was release for DVD purchase.
Rodriguez was most recently a competitor on the eighth season of NBC’s hit show, “Last Comic Standing.” She has traveled the country performing stand-up routines and has been featured on numerous TV and radio broadcast programs including “Hot Topics with Judge Joe Brown,” Nickelodeon’s “Mom’s Night Out,” and “Parental Discretion.”
Sorrells found his fame on YouTube appearing as “Peaches” in the popular videos, “Sh-t Black Girls Say,” that has amassed more than 15 million views. In 2012, he worked the red carpet as a correspondent for the Black Entertainment Television (BET) Awards and is currently connecting with the station on an original sketch comedy show.
“K. Dubb” is a comedic writer and actor who has performed on numerous televised stand-up shows including “BET’s Comicview,” “Def Comedy Jam” and “P. Diddy Presents the Bad Boys of Comedy.” Most recently, K. Dubb appeared as a guest on “The Arsenio Hall Show.”
Also, performing will be this year’s winner of Shaq’s All-Star Comedy Jam, which will be announced in the coming weeks.
April 24 - 8pm
Tickets start at $36.50
With the 2011 release of their Republic Nashville debut, Life at Best, the Eli Young Band scored their first No. 1 hit with “Crazy Girl.” The double platinum single became the # 1 most played country song of the year on Billboard’s 2011 year end chart and earned them the ACM Award for Song of the Year. The band’s next single, “Even If It Breaks Your Heart,” became their second No. 1 and was certified platinum. It earned the band Grammy nods for Best Duo/Group Performance and for Best Country Song as well as Single of the Year and Song of the Year nominations from both the CMA and ACM.
After years of paying dues and gaining experience, the Eli Young Band is at the top of their game. While they started playing in tiny clubs, they’ve graduated to packing out theatres and mid-size venues as a headliner. Their road dog reputation helped them to earn an opening slot playing stadiums on the Kenny Chesney tour. All those miles on the road and visits to 10,000 towns coalesce to make their new album the band’s strongest effort yet. “At this point in our personal lives and in our career, we’re all in really good places,” Thompson says. “We’re all happy in our personal lives, so it shows on this record; it’s fun.”
Where can you find the hottest talent in North Las Vegas? The Access Showroom at Aliante! Boasting seats for 650 people and a full-service bar, we bring entertainment center stage in our custom-designed showroom. Discover the key to the best live music in town, only at Aliante.
This diverse space also offers private dining and meeting space for groups of 10 or more.
A hot vibe and cool cocktails are always on tap at Aliante's ETA Lounge. Featuring live music as well as local DJ's, ETA is where the in crowd goes to dance, drink and enjoy the night in North Las Vegas.
Deftal DJs- Every Friday and Saturday
Join us for happy hour or call 702.692.7777 for bottle service and reservations.
Flanked by palm trees and dotted with umbrellas, the pool at Aliante offers the perfect escape. Sip on an icy drink while basking in the glow of the Las Vegas sun, nibble on poolside fare with friends or dive into the cool waters of our main pool.
For the ultimate respite, relax in one of our cozy daybeds or cabanas. For rental information, including special services and amenities, contact us at 702.692.7777.
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