Grand opening tonight for MEET Las Vegas brings celebrities, politicians to celebrate the city’s newest events center

Today, March 16, at 4:30 p.m. will be the ribbon cutting and blue carpet grand opening of MEET Las Vegas. It’s the city’s newest venue for corporate events, trade shows, weddings and more. Over 800 of Las Vegas’ most influential, talented and exciting members of the community are expected to attend.  The public is invited to attend. 

Many of Las Vegas’ public figures and celebrities will join the grand opening festivities including Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman, Rita Rudner, Holly Madison, Carrot Top, Criss Angel, Anthony Cools, Wayne Newton, Zowie Bowie, the cast of Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding Las Vegas, Kerry Simon, Alicia Jacobs as well as Las Vegas corporate executives and community leaders.  A silent art auction to benefit Opportunity Village will be on the third floor of the venue.

MEET, offering unlimited options with its customizable digital design environment and flexible rigging infrastructure, is a 30,000 square foot three-story venue and outdoor pavilion located at 233 South 4th Street at Bridger Street in downtown Las Vegas. 

Accommodating up to 2,000 people, the first two floors are a blank canvas, providing expedient move-in and tear downs because the rigging and technology infrastructure are fixed elements. With color changing exterior and interior lighting, MEET Las Vegas provides “Customized Branding”. The third floor provides executive concierge services for VIP retreats and meetings as well as two state-of-the-art, computer equipped classrooms. 

The Bridger and 4th Street lobbies offer one of the most versatile exhibition and event spaces in Vegas. There is color-changing lighting capability for fully branded events. State of the art wall and ceiling rigging capabilities, with floor connection points, work in unison provides optimum versatility for events, product shows and exhibitions. The tension and weight load rigging points provide dynamic options without laborious and expensive temporary infrastructure installs. There are audio-visual TeleData tieline connectivity plates every 10 feet.

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