Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
Saturday, September 01, 2012
Double platinum, Grammy-winning artist, Chris Brown, is performing live on Saturday night, September 1st for the Kandy Vegas Main Event at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino over Labor Day Weekend 2012!
The Saturday night Kandy Vegas Main Even promises to be the most outrageous themed dance party in Las Vegas with over 3,000 beautiful people!? Expect all the signature Kandy Event elements for the Saturday night Kandy Vegas Main Event including Multiple Areas & Experiences, Themed Vignettes, Extreme Lighting, Thundering Sound, Laser Shows, Miss Kandy TropicBeauty Model Search, Strolling Performers, Kandy Decor & Props, Body Painting, Thousands of Kandy Girls, and more!
Parties all weekend will weave in and out of the many clubs, bars, lounges, luxury suites and pool areas around the Hard Rock imagine the Kandy Kruise but on land!
Weekend talent includes performances by Paul Oakenfold, Rev Run & Ruckus, Z-Trip, Pauly D, MisterE, Jon Constantine, DJ Beej, and Ibiza Residents. Kandy Vegas Main Event features Chris Brown and mash-up DJ's Steve Castro & Richard Beynon.
TABLES & CABANAS are available
TICKETS for Kandy Vegas Main Event with Chris Brown start at $85 each (advance price will go up soon) - package includes admission for all events Friday, Friday Night, Saturday Pool, the Saturday night Kandy Vegas Main Party and official after hours at Vanity and Body English!
Pickup your Kandy Vegas Wristband at Will Call located inside Festival Hall at the Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas beginning Friday August 31st 10AM and Saturday Sept 1st 10AM. Double confirmations and further details will be sent to you via email from from Kandy Events as we get closer to the event date. You MUST have a valid government-issued identification card with your picture (ex. Driver's license). Your identification MUST match the name we have on our list. NO EXCEPTIONS.
For the Kandy Vegas Main Event ladies come dressed as your favorite sexy candy or treat.just like Kandyland. Gentlemen will wear all black, personal styles apply. The dress code for the pool parties is standard pool/beach attire. The club events require standard upscale nightclub fashions.
For Chris Brown, his fans were the ones who helped him rebound, giving him strength when he thought success may have been a thing of the past.
Brown’s fans around the world embraced him when he started releasing music on the internet, most notably the mix tapes that included his # 1 singles “Deuces” and “No BS.” It was the reaction to these songs that convinced the trailblazing singer-dancer-a
ctor to title his new album, F.A.M.E.. “I was surprised by all the love and support I got from all my fans when I started doing the ‘Deuces’ record and the mix tapes,” he says. “They were getting really good reception, so I wanted to make it ‘Fans Are My Everything.’ It’s more personal to them and they can identify with that, from where I’ve been two years ago to now. They can see the progress and the maturity and the level of music that I’m putting out.”
To this point, early F.A.M.E. selections “Deuces,” “No BS,” and “Look At Me Now” showcase an edgier version of Brown, one who was both confident in himself and unwilling to compromise. But there was also the gorgeous, uplifting “Beautiful People.” It’s almost as though Brown morphed into more than one artist. “I wanted to balance it,” he says of his more confrontational output. “When I go into making music, I don’t think of a genre or certain type of material. It’s whatever comes out. We might do an alternative song or a rock song.”
Indeed, Brown explores other exciting new musical directions on F.A.M.E. The most dramatic and impressive examples of this are “Say It With Me” and “Oh My Love.” The former incorporates an aggressive mix of dub step and house courtesy of producer Harmony, while the latter has an edgy feel, thunderous bass and drastic tempo changes, all which provide divergent platforms for Brown’s many vocal styles.
Brown then goes from clubs to stadiums with “Next To You.” The song, a duet with fellow superstar Justin Bieber, features the singers paying tribute to the special ladies in their lives. It’s the type of optimistic, warm song that fills listeners with hope and promise about finding a perfect love. Another new wrinkle to Brown’s approach comes on “Love The Girls,” “Bomb,” and “Wet The Bed,” three cuts that highlight Brown’s confident side, especially when it comes to women.