Grand Opening of Enclave Special Events Facility

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Managing Partners Keith Conrad, Eli Stearns and Jay Curiel commemorated the grand opening of Enclave, a 75,000-square-foot luxury special events facility, with a ribbon cutting and party hosting nearly 2,000 guests on Thursday, Oct. 19. Joined by Clark County Commissioner James Gibson and Art Goldberg from the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce, the partners cut a traditional grand opening ribbon. They received proclamations from the State of Nevada signed by Governor Brian Sandoval, U.S. Representative Ruben Kihuen and Senator Catherine Cortez Masto.

Backed by decades of experience via sister-company, 3G Productions, Enclave was built with modern engineering and state-of-the-art sound and lighting to deliver event capabilities unlike any other venue in Las Vegas and throughout the United States. The event showed off Enclave’s capabilities, starting with the striking foyer where Cirque du Soleil performers dangled from the 30-foot-tall ceiling, accompanied by champagne and spirits from the full-service built-in bar. A bourbon room featured samplings of Jim Beam and cognacs, while another nearby room gave guests the opportunity to renew their vows with a ‘mini Elvis’ impersonator officiating the ceremonies. Hair and makeup were provided by Makeup in the 702 and Glammed Up in the full-service dressing room, plus guests were treated to an outdoor beer garden. Attendees noshed on bites and treats provided by STK, Cut & Taste, Donut Mania, Tropical Crust and Las Vegas Custom Cakes.