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New Year’s Eve at Rio Las Vegas

New Year’s Eve at Rio Las Vegas

 December 26, 2023

You may have forgotten about Rio Las Vegas as part of your holiday plans. But the revamped casino has a lineup of New Year’s Eve festivities to ring in 2024 that would make a good time for anyone! And on December 31st from 10 p.m. to 12:30 a.m., attendees can immerse themselves in the ultimate fireworks extravaganza from the 50th and 51st floors!

Before the fireworks dominate the sky surrounding Rio Las Vegas, guests can indulge in a culinary feast at the VooDoo Steakhouse. Opt for either the 5 p.m. or 7 p.m. seating and enjoy a special Prix Fixe menu at $150 per person. Enhance your dining experience with a $30 per person wine pairing. Choose between Land and Sea featuring filet mignon & lobster or Seafood Fra Diavolo featuring lobster, shrimp and scallops!

The event invites guests to join for an exclusive viewing party that elevates on the renowned Las Vegas firework show, offering unparalleled vistas of the entire Las Vegas Strip. Priced at $175 per person, this experience ensures attendees a memorable night, complete with an open bar, delectable passed hors d’oeuvres and mesmerizing beats.

Immerse yourself in expertly crafted cocktails and beloved venue classics, creating memories that will resonate well into the new year! Located just off the Strip, visitors and locals alike will be able to celebrate the New Year at Rio Las Vegas with a mouthwatering Prix Fixe menu and a dramatic firework viewing party overlooking the Vegas skyline!

In December 2019, Caesars sold the Rio for $516 million to New York-based real estate developer Eric Birnbaum. Under the deal, the Rio is owned through Birnbaum’s Dreamscape Companies. In March 2021, Dreamscape announced a partnership with Hyatt, which would rebrand one of the hotel towers as a Hyatt Regency.


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