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No More Rain at the Palms Las Vegas

As if the desert wasn't already a hard enough place to find rain, the Palms Casino and Resort is shutting down Rain nightclub this weekend after a final Halloween bash this Sunday.

Early Vegas loved Rain for several reasons... including the bodacious babes who tend to frequent the club... ah, the memories. Aside from packing mass amounts of attractive people wall-to-wall almost every night, Rain nightclub at the Palms Las Vegas also has our gratitude for its role in the recent resurgence of a booming nightlife scene in Sin City. In 2008, the nightclub welcomed DJ Paul Oakenfeld to a residency that changed the Vegas nightlife scene into something that you'd more likely find in Europe: epilepsy-inducing, thumping electronic records being spun by bigger-than-life DJs. We couldn't be happier!

Since its opening, Rain has seen the likes of Kid Rock as a performer, Tara Reid as a partier and Jay Cutler as, well... Jay Cutler.

The good news is that Rain at the Palms Las Vegas is not completely closed. Private parties are still being held through the winter months, so if you're "in" enough to know about them, you'll be able to get rowdy at Rain a bit longer.  Also, two separate shows are planned for the final week in December leading to New Years: Kelly Rowland will perform on December 29th, followed by drummer Travis Barker and Alabama hip hop artist Yelawolf on December 31st.

Following the natural order of things in Las Vegas, as Rain goes out another club is already in the planning stages. N9NE Group, who managed Rain at the Palms Las Vegas, says that they are working on designs for a new club. It seems as though we can expect construction on this so-far-unnamed club to begin sometime early next year!

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