And get this – it comes with an open bar.
The two-hour open bar features Prohibition-inspired handcrafted cocktails, live jazz and cabaret entertainment by Amanda King, plus a champagne toast at midnight. The evening begins inside. Doors open at 9 p.m, and close at 1 a.m, which still leaves plenty of time to enjoy the rest of New Year’s Eve in Vegas, the city that does not sleep on NYE.
General admission tickets are $100 and includes open bar, live music plus a champagne toast at midnight. VIP tickets are $150 also include reserved seating and a bottle of champagne for every two guests.
There is also the option to rent out the secret VIP Room in The Underground for up to 10 people at $1500. Reserved seating, five bottles of champagne, 2-hour open bar, champagne toast at midnight and live entertainment in the speakeasy are all inclusive of the VIP Room experience on New Year’s Eve.
To inquire about New Year’s Eve reservations, email[email protected] or call (702) 724-8634.
Doors open at 9 p.m., and the party is over at 1 a.m.
The Underground at The Mob Museum is located at: 300 Stewart Ave., Las Vegas.
Reservations are not required but if you have ever been to Vegas for NYE then you know the are highly recommended. To inquire about New Year’s Eve reservations, email [email protected] or call (702) 724-8634.
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