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Corner Bar Management to Celebrate Life Is Beautiful with The Block, a Rollicking Lineup of Pre- and Post-Fest Parties

Corner Bar Management will keep the good times rolling before and after Life Is Beautiful with The Block, a packed lineup of pre- and post-festival parties at We All Scream, DISCOPUSSY, Commonwealth and Park on Fremont from Friday, Sept. 16 through Sunday, Sept. 18.

The Block, sponsored by Las Vegas Weekly, will highlight 15 headliners across four venues within three days on Fremont East. For the first time, Corner Bar Management will offer an all-access pass to the events, priced at $99, or each event ticket may be purchased separately. Tickets available now at blockparty.vegas.

Daytime brunch parties will rock The Block from 11 am to 3 pm at Park on Fremont, a lush craft cocktail garden in the heart of downtown Las Vegas. The lineup features Chet Porter on Friday, Sept. 16; Flamingosis on Saturday, Sept. 17; and a Kraak & Smaak DJ set on Sunday, Sept. 18. Tickets to each event start at $10.

By night, Fremont East will light up with post-festival events, each beginning at 11 pm DISCOPUSSY, the warehouse-inspired dance haven distinguished by its LED disco-octopus chandelier, will host a lineup of DJs including Solardo on Friday, Sept. 19; Justin Martin on Saturday, Sept. 17; and VNSA on Sunday, Sept. 18. At Commonwealth, a two-story industrial-style craft cocktail bar with rooftop dancefloor, artists will include Andre Power on Friday, Sept. 16; Austin Millz on Saturday, Sept. 17; and Miles Medina on Sunday, Sept. 18. We All Scream, Corner Bar Management’s double-decker ice cream-themed club, will host two headliners nightly, one In The Truck, the venue’s vintage dairy truck-turned-DJ booth, and another On The Cone, the rooftop’s custom ice cream cone shaped booth. The lineup includes UNIIQU3 and Bexxie on Friday, Sept. 16; YehMe2 and DJ Dan on Saturday, Sept. 17; and Manila Killa (DJ set) and DJ Mes on Sunday, Sept. 18. Tickets to each event start at $20.

For more information on The Block, visit blockparty.vegas.

About Corner Bar Management Created by Ryan Doherty, Corner Bar Management is behind some of downtown Las Vegas’ most imaginative nightlife, dining and entertainment destinations, including Commonwealth, The Laundry Room, Park on Fremont, DISCOPUSSY, Lucky Day, Peyote, Cheapshot and We All Scream. Corner Bar also introduced Las Vegas’ first immersive, multi-sensory museum, Museum Fiasco to AREA15, the world’s first purpose-built experiential art and entertainment complex. Corner Bar Management actualizes its passion for local arts and the slightly unconventional through detail-oriented concepts that inspire conversation and community gathering. More information is available at www.CornerBarMgmt.com, and at @CornerBarMgmt on Facebook and Instagram.

About We All Scream

An art-filled nightclub and not-for-profit ice creamery benefiting public art, Corner Bar Management’s We All Scream is now open at 517 E. Fremont St. A 10,000-square-foot veritable warren of wonderment, the indoor-outdoor compound is a stomping ground for music and art aficionados alike. Void Acoustics sound systems fuel We All Scream’s vintage dairy truck-turned-DJ booth on the ground-level patio, and the custom, ice cream cone-shaped DJ booth imbedded with LED sprinkles on the rooftop dance floor. Backed by 360-degree views of downtown’s grit and neon glow, We All Scream drips with vibrant, floor-to-ceiling murals by internationally renowned artists. More information is available online at www.weallscream.com, and on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter at @weallscreamdtlv.

About DISCOPUSSY

DISCOPUSSY, a 6,500-square-foot after-hours dance haven, brings mainline house and techno to Fremont East. Conceptualized and designed by Ryan Doherty of Corner Bar Management, the centerpiece is a custom-built disco-octopus made of more than 10,000 laser cut components illuminated by more than 5,000 individually addressable light-emitting diodes. Beneath, dance culture comes alive on the Void Acoustics sound system as world-renowned producers and emerging underground DJs control the decks deep into the night. A tribute to the hacienda days of Detroit, New York and London, DISCOPUSSY’s inky atmosphere is brightened only by piercing lasers, the iconic octopus and the electric personalities who frequent. DISCOPUSSY is open 10 pm to 4 am on Friday and Saturday, and from 10 pm to 2 am on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. More information is available on the website at www.DISCOPUSSYDTLV.com.

Commonwealth

Commonwealth offers a stylish social scene within the burgeoning bar district in Downtown Las Vegas. The 6,000-square-foot cocktail bar is a collision of art and industrial architecture mapped across two floors. Inside, wooden beams drip with crystal chandeliers and original brick walls coated in newspaper remnants tell the secrets of a bygone era. A rooftop bar offers a DJ booth and dance floor framed by tables for lounging, with 360-degree views of downtown Las Vegas. Mixologists sling hand-crafted cocktails from a menu of signature drinks as well seasonal selections, but by night, Commonwealth’s antiquated feel melts into a vibrant club scene hosting national and international DJ talent. Commonwealth is open 10 pm to 3 am Wednesday and Thursday, from 6 pm to 3 am Friday and Saturday, and from 10 pm to 3 am on Sunday. More information on Commonwealth is available HERE and on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Commonwealth is home to The Laundry Room, an internationally acclaimed cocktail haven with limited seating and a menu of exceptional craft cocktails. The Laundry Room has a very exclusive admission process, providing a focus on the guests and a great attention to detail on their cocktails. The Laundry Room is open daily at 6 pm until late. More information is available HERE, on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

About Park on Fremont: Park on Fremont brings design, craft cocktails and an irreverent art collection together as a whimsical restaurant and bar at the corner of Fremont Street. The tasteful abundance of art and nature results in a surreal experience modeling a secret garden in the very heart of Downtown Las Vegas. With two patios featuring eclectic décor, Park on Fremont offers savory small plates, sharable entrees, handcrafted cocktails and local draft beer served in mismatched barware. Park on Fremont’s brunch and supper club, Garden Party, serves brunch from 11 am to 3 pm on Friday through Sunday, and offers live entertainment from local DJs and entertainers on Friday and Saturday nights on its extended DJ booth with a premier sound system. Park on Fremont is open from 6 pm to midnight Wednesday and Thursday, 11 am – 2 am on Friday and Saturday and 11 am to midnight on Sunday. More information is available on the website at here, or on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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