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- Hip Hop artists Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg are also organizing their own after-party
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The tickets to the Super Bowl are not the only ones boasting high rates as organizers put massive price tags on after-parties around Las Vegas on Sunday.
With the NFL’s season finale gracing Sin City, a few wealthy names have blocked off the Strip’s biggest night clubs for postgame festivities.
A source told NewsNation that Las Vegas Raiders owner Mark Davis spent $10million for an ‘Owners Party’ at the Fontaineblueau’s LIV nightclub. Davis is reportedly paying another $1.5m to have Calvin Harris deejay during the event.
According to NewsNation’s source, the price is ‘more than double his usual rate’.
The minimum rate for general admission is reported to be $7,000 with the ceiling reaching $55,000 for ‘Upper Stage’ tables. The latter includes several upgrades such table service.
Las Vegas Raiders owner Mark Davis reportedly spent $10m for an ‘Owners Party’ on Sunday
Davis’ after-party will take place at the Fontainebleau’s LIV nightclub following the Super Bowl
Davis reportedly paid $1.5m to have Scottish producer Calvin Harris deejay at the function
Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg are also throwing an after-party to launch their Gin and Juice brand
Aside from Davis’ extravagant gathering, Hip Hop artists Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg are throwing their own after-party alongside Beats Electronics CEO Jimmy Iovine at the Wynn.
While the party serves as the destination for big spenders after the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers tussle for the Lombardi Trophy, it also serves as a launch for their new Gin and Juice brand.
Snoop Dogg announced the collaborative endeavor last month and hailed it the ‘most important thing this year.’
Win or lose, the Chiefs and 49ers also have their respective after-parties to attend after they lock horns for four quarters.
According to TMZ, the 49ers rented out OMNIA nightclub inside the Caesars Palace. On the other hand, the Chiefs will unwind at the Zouk nightclub inside Resorts World and hired EDM duo, The Chainsmokers, to perform at the shindig.
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