'Bleau Blitz’ experience to take over Fontainebleau Las Vegas

January 24, 2024
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Fontainebleau Las Vegas set to host week-long live sports extravaganza in February.

Fontainebleau Las Vegas is gearing up to host a week of events dedicated to live sports in honor of the Super Bowl. 

The events schedule includes ‘The Big Game Viewing Party’ at The Tavern as well as five days of coverage with sports broadcasting icon Dan Patrick. 

The Dan Patrick Show will be taped in front of a live audience all week long on the third-floor Oasis Pool Deck at the Fontainebleau Las Vegas. 

Entrance to ‘The Big Game Viewing Party’ can be booked via email, with reservations starting at $350 per person. 

Also on offer will be a range of entertainment and nightlife experiences, including music from Tiësto, John Summit and Metro Boomin at the LIV nightclub. 

The nightclub will offer VIP viewing experiences complete with high-definition televisions, food and beverage offerings and premium seating. 

Locals and visitors are encouraged to explore Fontainebleau Las Vegas, with the first four hours of parking complimentary for all guests.

Fontainebleau Las Vegas President Mark Tricano commented on the upcoming event: "The Fontainebleau brand is rooted in world-class entertainment and experiences, and our Big Game programming is no exception. 

“Our inaugural 'Bleau Blitz' weekend is a celebration for our guests and fans, transforming Fontainebleau Las Vegas into the ultimate football destination all week long."

The Fontainebleau’s long-anticipated opening took place in December last year after nearly 20 years in the making. 

In other related news, this month three executives left the company within the first few weeks of its opening. The resignations were all reported within the first two weeks of January 2024. Reports have surfaced of another executive handing in their resignation this week. 

Gaming America spoke to Fontainebleau Las Vegas President Mark Tricano and Executive VP of Architecture and Finance at Bergman Walls & Associates James Horvath for exclusive coverage on the resort for the Jan/Feb edition of the magazine. 

This month, Gaming America also explored the history of the Fontainebleau Las Vegas


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