Flamingo GO Pool Performances This Weekend - Bryce Vine, Mark McGrath, and Coolio
It will be a jam-packed weekend at Flamingo Las Vegas' GO Pool Dayclub, with crowd-pleasing performances three days in a row. Rapper and singer Bryce Vine, best known for his hit “Drew Barrymore," will kick off the weekend with a bang on Friday, July 19. On Saturday, July 20, don't miss Sugar Ray frontman and GO Pool favorite Mark McGrath, who will perform live for fans poolside. Then, celebrate Sunday Funday with GRAMMY Award-winning rapper Coolio, who will turn GO Pool into a "Gangsta's Paradise" on Sunday, July 21.
Doors open at 9 a.m. Tickets may be purchased via gopoolvegas.com. Cabana and daybed reservations are available by calling (702) 697-2888 or emailing GoPoolInfo@caesars.com.
Rapper and singer Bryce Vine first rose to fame from his appearance on the reality television competition, “The Glee Project,” after which he enrolled in the acclaimed Berklee College of Music, where he met his producer Nolan Lambroza, who signed him to his label. In 2014, he released his debut EP, “Lazy Fair,” which spawned the singles “Sour Patch Kids” and “Guilt.” His follow-up EP, “Night Circus,” featured the hit “Drew Barrymore.”
Singer and television personality Mark McGrath has been adored by fans since he soared to international stardom as the lead singer of the California rock band, Sugar Ray. The success of their first single, “Fly,” led him to be featured on the covers of several magazines including Rolling Stone, Spin, and People, who named him “Sexiest Rocker” in 1998. McGrath’s charm, good looks and talent have led him to television, where he has worked as co-host of “Extra,” and on several hit television shows including “Pussycat Dolls Present: The Search for the Next Doll,” “The Celebrity Apprentice,” “Celebrity Wife Swap,” “The Neighbors,” “Workaholics,” “Lady Dynamite” and, most recently, “Celebrity Big Brother.”
Coolio initially took over the world rap scene through his release of “Gangsta’s Paradise,” which won a GRAMMY in 1996 for Best Rap Performance, Solo and was nominated for Song of the Year. “Gangsta’s Paradise” would also be featured on the “Dangerous Minds” soundtrack and movie. It sold more than six million copies and was Billboard Magazine’s number one single in 1995. The world recognition led to his music being featured in several major motion pictures, including “Space Jam,” “Clueless,” “The Big Payback,” “Panther,” “New Jersey Drive,” “The Jerk Boys,” “Eddie,” “Half Baked” and many more. He also composed the theme song for the popular TV series “Kenan and Kel” on Nickelodeon.
FLAMINGO LAS VEGAS’ GO POOL DAYCLUB
Nestled in a beautiful, 15-acre tropical retreat featuring stunning pools, lagoons and a magnificent cascading waterfall, Flamingo Las Vegas’ GO Pool Dayclub is as picturesque as it is fun. With a high-octane vibe and contemporary look and feel, GO Pool features ongoing special events, celebrity appearances, contests, go-go dancers, VIP cabanas and rotating resident DJs. With music and mixed drinks in a tropical paradise, GO Pool transforms the dayclub scene from sizzling to scorching.
Flamingo Las Vegas’ GO Pool Dayclub is perfect for everyone ages 21+ and offers free entry for all guests Monday through Thursday. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., GO Pool boasts a dynamic entertainment lineup and The Strip’s best drink specials seven days a week, all season long. For more information, please visit GOPoolVegas.com or find the Flamingo GO Pool on Facebook and Instagram.