The MGM Grand is one of the premier entertainment destinations in the world. Here, the likes of Elton John, the Rolling Stones, Bette Midler, Phil Collins, Billy Joel, Evander Holyfield, Andre Agassi, Barbra Streisand and countless other superstar performers and sports personalities have entertained to sold-out audiences.
MGM Grand is an entertainment mecca featuring celebrity entertainment, comedy, sports and special events all under one roof. MGM Grand is truly The City of Entertainment.
Experience acts like Tom Jones, Rodney Dangerfield, David Copperfield and Carrot Top in this intimate 650-seat contemporary theatre.
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Boxing, rodeos, professional tennis, not to mention concerts by Elton John, Bette Midler, the Rolling Stones, Barbra Streisand -- everything happens here!
MGM Grand is home to Las Vegas' hottest nightclub, Studio 54, featuring state-of-the-art sound, video and lighting, live dancers, wall walkers and chart-topping dance music. Voted "Best Dance Club" for 2000 and 2001 by the Las Vegas Review Journal, the 22,000-square-foot nightclub offers four dance floors and bars, an exclusive area on the second floor for invited guests, and several semi-private lounges capable of accommodating up to 400 people. In celebration of the original Studio 54, the nightclub features a gallery of black and white celebrity photographs taken by paparazzo Felice Quinto at New York City's original Studio 54, which defined '70s pop culture with its eclectic artwork, dramatic fashion and stylish attitude.
Studio 54 periodically hosts special events, including Prince (January 1-2, 1999 and May 30, 1999 during his CD release parties and another surprise appearance on December 10, 2000), Julio Iglesias, Jr. and megastar Elton John during the club's grand opening in February 1998. The nightclub functioned as a playhouse to the stars on March 2, 2001 during Hugh Hefner's 75th birthday bash.
Tuesdays are EDEN nights at Studio 54. Erotically Delicious Entertainers Night includes complimentary admissions for those in the Las Vegas entertainment industry as well as live radio remotes with the hottest Disc Jockeys from KLUC FM. Dance to the progressive electronic music spun by Studio 54's own DJ Frankie of NYC and DJ Jose2Hype or tune in to KLUC 98.5 FM.
The doors of the legendary Studio open nightly at 10 p.m Tuesday through Saturday. All guests must be 21 years of age for admittance and a dress code is enforced. Please refrain from wearing baggy jeans, shorts, T-shirts, hats, flannel shirts, sandals, tennis shoes, recreational shoes and work boots.
For general information please call 702-891-7254. For table/booth reservations of 80 guests or less, please call our VIP/Sales Supervisor at 702-891-7246. Studio 54 is available for corporate receptions please call our Events Sales Manager at 702-891-5500.
$20.00 for Men for EDEN
$10.00 for Local Men
Ladies are Free.