Nightclub & Bar Show Focuses on Club Operators

When the Nightclub & Bar Convention and Trade Show hits Las Vegas March 8-10, there will be plenty for club owners and operators to enjoy — and learn. During the days, the trade show floor will be filled with vendors and exciting new products, and the conference sessions will be jam-packed with information, such as an intensive workshop on Building a Profitable Team presented by Robert Casillas and Guy Wilson and also sessions on Business Changing Nightclub Management Tactics by Jonathan Spadafora, Building Your Business with a Tight Music Format with Wyatt Magnum and much, much more. Plus, the Top 100 panel will present the top operators discussing how they’re succeeding in this tough environment. Also, check out back-of-the-house tours of some of the top clubs in Las Vegas: Tryst, Tao, XS and LAVO nightclubs. Log on to for a complete list of workshop, panel and tour information.

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But save your energy for the evenings, too, when you can take advantage of the Club Pass, which comes along with many registration packages, in which you have access to some of the top clubs in Las Vegas. On Monday night, come celebrate with Nightclub & Bar as we toast our 25th anniversary at the brand-new Haze Nightclub at the Aria Resort & Casino in CityCenter. Tuesday, the Top 100 Party will honor the top revenue generators in the country at XS Nightclub in the Wynn Encore. And the last evening, Wednesday, will feature the Nightclub & Bar Awards Reception at the Opium Room in TAO Nightclub, followed by the popular DJ Spin-off at TAO.

This year’s event is not to be missed by nightclub operators, so log onto now to register. And remember, early registration saves money: Register by Jan. 8 and get $100 off the cost of registering at the show.


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