When the U.S. Travel Association recently held its convention in Las Vegas, Caesars Palace was the natural place for the gathering’s culminating bash.
The hotel hosted a party for travel pros from around the world, showcasing many of the dining and entertainment offerings available at Caesars Entertainment hotels in Las Vegas. There may also have been some hooch.
Comedy-juggler Jeff Civillico (below) hosted the event, and a slew of Las Vegas entertainers took turns wowing the capacity crowd.
On hand were Flamingo headliner George Wallace, female impersonator Frank Marino and his “Divas Las Vegas” from The Quad, Donny & Marie from the Flamingo and the talented cast of “Million Dollar Quartet” (below) from Harrah’s Las Vegas.
The new headliner at Bally’s Las Vegas, Veronic DiCaire (below), star of Veronic Voices, also took to the stage with her giant voice. In her show, DiCaire does the voices of dozens of the world’s best-known female superstars.
Of course, no Vegas party would be complete without showgirls, and dancers from “Jubilee!” at Bally’s did their part to make the party unforgettable.
Guests were also treated to tempting samples from a variety of Vegas restaurants, many from Caesars Palace, including Nobu Restaurant, Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill, Payard Patisserie, Rao’s, Bacchanal Buffet and others.
Caesars Palace headliner Celine Dion made a surprise appearance, and kicked off a fireworks display high above the hotel’s Garden of the Gods pool complex.
Does Las Vegas know how to throw a party, or what? Enjoy more photos in our exclusive gallery, unless you don’t like fun.
U.S. Travel Association Bash