Palms Casino Resort Rocked Labor Day Weekend 2022 – Photo RecapCommunity Donation Presentation, Ri
Palms Casino Resort Rocked Labor Day Weekend 2022 – Photo Recap Community Donation Presentation, Ribbon Cutting, Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo, P. Diddy, and More Mark the Last Blast of Summer
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LAS VEGAS (Sept. 6, 2022) – Celebrating the unofficial end of summer, Palms Casino Resort welcomed back the iconic Pearl Theater with a community donation and ribbon cutting prior to the venue’s inaugural act Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo taking the stage. The Labor Day weekend continued with a pool party hosted by P. Diddy.
The first performers in the newly reopened Pearl Theater at Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, recent inductees to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Pat Benatar, and Neil Giraldo perform to a sold-out crowd.
In support of the local community, prior to opening, County Commissioner Michael Naft joined Palms Casino Resort General Manager Cynthia Kiser Murphey to present a $50,000 donation to Nevada Regional Director of the Anti-Defamation League Jolie Brislin, and Sam Schaul, Chairman of the ADL Board.
After a 903-day hiatus, Vice President of Entertainment and Activation Crystal Robinson-Wesley, surrounded by the Palms team, cut the ribbon heralding back the iconic concert venue.
P. Diddy kept the Labor Day Weekend party going by hosting a Diddy & Friends pool party at SOAK at Palms.
About Palms Casino Resort Palms Casino Resort is making history as the first resort in Las Vegas fully owned and operated by a Native American Tribe. Palms Casino Resort features two distinct towers with 766 hotel rooms and suites, a diverse mix of bars, restaurants, live entertainment venues and immersive lifestyle experiences across a 95,000-square-foot reimagined casino. The resort also includes over 190,000 square feet of meeting, convention and event space; the Pearl, a 2,500-seat theater; an expansive pool and spa area; wedding chapel; the Brenden Theaters 14-screen cinema and nearly 600 units at Palms Place condominiums. Palms is located just west of the center of the Las Vegas Strip off I-15 on Flamingo Road. Palms Casino Resort is owned by The San Manuel Gaming and Hospitality Authority (“SMGHA”) an affiliate of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians. For more information visit http://www.palms.com/ or the Palms Press Room. Follow Palms on social media Facebook Twitter Instagram. About San Manuel Gaming and Hospitality Authority The San Manuel Gaming and Hospitality Authority is a governmental instrumentality of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, a federally recognized Indian tribe, created for the purpose of independently carrying out the investment in, and ownership and management of, gaming and hospitality businesses outside of the San Manuel Reservation.