REHAB at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas Grand Opening Weekend with Robin Thicke and Flo Rida, April 12 - 13

Monday Apr 14, 2014

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas celebrated the debut of its double-dose of REHAB with music sensation Robin Thicke on Saturday, April 12 and award-winning artist Flo Rida on Sunday, April 13.

The unforgettable debauchery kicked off on Saturday as Thicke entered Las Vegas’ original dayclub through the sold-out crowd singing his hit song “Give It 2 U” before jumping on the poolside stage. The artist continued the show with “Blurred Lines” and “Magic” as fans cheered and sang along. Following his performance, Thicke thanked everyone for coming out saying, “I love you Hard Rock! Thank you so much REHAB! God bless you all! Let’s go!” Spotted in the crowd of revelers was comedian and actor Dave Chappelle.

On Sunday, Flo Rida kept the party going at REHAB after hosting at Body English Nightclub on Saturday evening where he filmed a music video for his new song “Rollercoaster” at both locations. The artist got low on the dayclub’s stage with Natalie La Rose while singing “Good Feeling,” “Wild Ones” and more. Taking partygoers by surprise, Flo Rida hopped on his bodyguard’s shoulders and walked through the swarm of guests while performing his hit song “Club Can’t Handle Me.” Throughout the afternoon, attendees cheered and danced as they partied within arm’s reach of the singer. Flo Rida even took a dip in the poolside tropical oasis to help cool off from the warm desert sun. Notable guests include professional football player Jameel McClain and “Pawn Stars” actor Austin “Chumlee” Russell.

This weekend also marked the launch of the property’s Pink Taco Brunch. The mega-hip Mexican cantina was packed with food enthusiasts who enjoyed the Sunday fiesta’s new menu items before heading to REHAB.

Over at Vinyl, metal band Sevendust performed an acoustic set on Saturday, where lead singer of In This Moment Maria Brink was seen with several of her band mates as well as Chris Kael of Five Finger Death Punch. The following evening Coachella act Bombay Bicycle Club rocked the stage to a group of admiring fans.

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