Plei Vegas Turnaround
Saturday, March 12, 2011 at 7:00 AM - Sunday, March 13, 2011 at 7:00 AM (PST)
Get on the bus! Three day trips in 2011! Vegas (ON THE STRIP) in March, wine tasting in June, and the last (TBA) in August.
Depart Glendale: Saturday, March 12, 2011, 7AM
Arrive Las Vegas: 12PM
Depart Las Vegas: Sunday, March 13, 2011 2:30AM
Arrive Glendale: 7AM
What an unforgettable time we had on our 2010 turnaround trips! Our first trip this year to Vegas will be monumental again! Last year everyone had an amazing time on the bus itself before even taking a step onto the Strip! Enjoy the luxury of being transported to Vegas and back without having to get behind the wheel! The bus will not depart from Vegas until 3AM which gives you all of the Vegas Strip to explore for a day... Walk the strip, enjoy a show, chill in the casino, dance in the club, relax at the spa, or shop the night away! You choose your Vegas experience! Remember, what happens in Vegas...
A continental breakfast will be provided to everyone. Snacks and drinks (alcoholic and nonalcoholic) will be provided along the way.
Pickup/drop off location: Glendale Amtrak Station. Please arrive by 6:30AM. Bus leaves at 7AM SHARP!
The cost is $55. $20 deposit required to reserve your space, *FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVED*. Balance due no later than February 27, 2010. Cash, Paypal, or credit card payments accepted. If you would like to pay by credit card over the phone please call (323) 633-0323.
Plei events are all fun and games so expect to have a great time! Sophistication, entertainment, and fun... all rolled into one! Please note: All deposits are nonrefundable. Contact us for more information.
Things to do:
CEE LO GREEN vs. THE TING TINGS
Advance ticket price: $10
Red Bull Sound Clash is a totally unique clash of sounds, styles and creativity, where two bands don’t battle each other, but instead collaborate to create an innovative live music performance. The show features two bands with different music styles (e.g. Hip Hop vs. Electronic) facing off on two stages positioned on opposite ends of the venue with the audience in the middle. In a series of four rounds, the bands perform various tasks, some rehearsed, and some improvised, to showcase the array of their musical abilities.