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Orleans Hotel – Terms & Conditions

Posted on April 1st 2021 | Comments Off on Orleans Hotel – Terms & Conditions

Terms & Conditions – Orleans Viva Las Vegas Group

  • A 30-day notice of cancellation is required for the Rockabilly Weekender event.  Cancelations less than 30-days prior to arrival will forfeit the deposit.  
  • Name and credit card changes will NOT be allowed on confirmed reservations. Credit card holder must be present at time of check-in with credit card to make changes.
  • Additional names will not be allowed to be added to confirmed reservations.  
  • Multiple reservations under the same name will be canceled as a duplicate reservation, each reservation must have a unique name.
  • Rates are based on single or double occupancy. Each additional adult in the room will be charged $20 plus tax per night.
  • A deposit equal to the first night's room and tax will be authorized on your credit card at the time of the reservation to guarantee your reservation.
  • A credit card and valid picture ID is required for check in and the guest whose name is on the reservation must be at least 21 years of age.
  • At check-in the credit card presented will be authorized for the remaining amount of room and tax plus a $100.00 deposit for incidental charges per visit.
  • Cash, prepaid credit cards or gift cards are not accepted for deposit upon check-in.
  • We will note your preferences for room type, smoking or non-smoking and/or room location, however due to arrival and departure patterns, we are UNABLE TO GUARANTEE any room type request.
  • Pets are not permitted to stay in the hotel.
  • Maximum occupancy is four (4) adults per room.
  • Check-in time is 4:00 pm and checkout is 12:00 pm.
  • Any special offers or discount rates are non-commissionable and is not available to travel agents, tour operators, conventions, or groups.
  • Guests will be assessed a $250 cleaning fee if they smoke in a designated nonsmoking room.
  • We reserve the right to cancel or modify reservations where it appears that a customer has engaged in fraudulent or inappropriate activity or under other circumstances where it appears that the reservations contain or resulted from a mistake or error.
  • If you have selected to receive e-mail and/or mobile communications, you are confirming that you are not enrolled in any gaming regulatory self-exclusion program, or have been excluded by a government program or have been excluded at the sole discretion of Boyd Gaming Corporation.
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VLV23 Tickets & Hotel Rooms

Posted on October 15th 2020 | Comments Off on VLV23 Tickets & Hotel Rooms
If you bought tickets for VLV23 we will be contacting you all very soon as you will have the option to carry them over to VLV24 in September 2021, to VLV25 in April 2022 or VLV26 in April 2023
If you prefer a full refund please email us at vlv@vivalasvegas.net with your name and ticket order number and we will run the refund. Deadline for receiving refund requests has been extended to October 31st 2020
Please bear with us while we deal with everything. Do not hesitate to contact us for any further information at vlv@vivalasvegas.net
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Viva Las Vegas Packing List for Ladies

Posted on February 9th 2018 | Comments Off on Viva Las Vegas Packing List for Ladies
The moment you've all been waiting for: Tara MiSioux's VLV Packing List for the Ladies!Check it out here:https://www.platinumparlor.com/home/2018/1/17/vlv-packing-listIt also includes Tara's picks on various products you'll want to have with you for the 4+ day weekender! Thank you, Tara!
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A Guy’s Perspective on Packing for VLV 21

Posted on January 16th 2018 | Comments Off on A Guy’s Perspective on Packing for VLV 21

Alright fellas, so it’s your first Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend! You’ve booked your hotel room, bought your High Roller ticket, got your flight and you downloaded the VLV schedule onto your phone. You’re either going alone because you’re single, you have no friends or your girlfriend hates Rockabilly, either way, you want to know what to pack in your suitcase. Well here’s a checklist of things you may want to bring to Viva Las Vegas to make your first experience that much better:

• Money!
First things first, many of the vendors only take cash, so if you’re looking to buy some records for your music collection or get that new jacket you’ve been wanting, bring paper money. However, you want to know your budget first, decide what you’re going to be spending most of your money on. I can already tell you that you’ll be spending most of it at the food court and/or gambling... I mean, it is Vegas after all. So save that cash!

•  T-Shirts!
Whatever your outfit is going to be, you’re going to wear T-shirts, regardless. I recommend you bring a week supply of shirts. “But I’m only going for the weekend.” Well yes, but if you’re someone who’s going to be dancing all night at the record hops or in the hot Vegas sun during the car show, you’ll probably find yourself sweating profusely and will need to change that shirt (be sure to bring deodorant while you’re at it). Now this only works if you’re staying at The Orleans, unless you don’t mind shuttling back to your hotel or carrying a backpack full of white or black T-shirts. It’s good to just have some extra shirts with you anyway, you never know. Same goes with your jeans.

•  Suit up!
For those who’ve been to Viva Las Vegas before know by now that Saturday night is when everybody dresses up. I mean, yes, everyone dresses up for the entire weekend but Saturday is when people dress to the nines. As a guy, you probably won’t be making many outfit changes so one suit is enough. If you’re not a suit guy, at least a dress shirt and vintage tie does the trick or if you’re a wannabe cowboy, bring your Western outfit. Just don’t go in with a fanny pack and Crocs with socks, unless you’re trying to be ironic. Basically, you want to be rolling in the casino looking like the guys from the movie, Swingers. You’ll get many compliments from the ladies, trust me.

•  Pomade, pomade, pomade!
This is kind of obvious, unless you’re lacking hair or going for the Mr. Clean look, you won’t need it. But you should bring a tin can of your favorite Pomade. What’s Rockabilly without slick looking hair? However, I suggest if you’re going to comb that pompadour, don’t comb it in public... You’re not Danny Zuko from Grease.

•  Fun in the Sun!
You know how hot it can get in Vegas, right? So bring that sunblock and sunglasses for both the pool party and car show. Speaking of protecting your eyes, I also highly recommend eye drops, incase that sun does get into your eyes and become red. They’ll probably be red anyway from the lack of sleep you’ll definitely be getting over the weekend. Also, throw in a Hawaiian shirt or a Cabana set so you can show it off at the pool party. And if you’re all about the vintage, there’s a Men’s Swimsuit Contest, so keep that in mind.

•  Dr. Scholl’s is your friend.
If you’re someone who wears Converse and Vans, no matter how comfortable they feel at first, they’re going to take a toll on your feet after a day of walking and dancing. Trust me, you’re not going to be doing a lot of standing around at Viva Las Vegas. Do yourself a favor and get the Dr. Scholl’s. You’ll thank yourself for it.

•  Oh no! The Viva Plague!
One last thing and this goes for everyone, but many folks have gotten incredibly sick after a weekend at Viva Las Vegas. It’s what we call “The Viva Plague”, you either get it from shaking hands or kissing strangers, touching the money you won at the Craps table and forgetting to wash your hands when you eat at Sbarro... whatever it may be, just know that Vegas is not just Sin City, it’s Germ City. So make sure to grab some Emergen-C and drink it every day before you leave your hotel room. I can’t say that it’s going to work after Viva Las Vegas, but you definitely don’t want to get sick during it. You could wear a protective mask all weekend, but that would just look weird. Most importantly, don’t drink the Vegas water. Instead, grab some bottles of water and stock ‘em in your room beforehand.

So now let’s recap!

  • 1. Bring cash!
  • 2. T-shirts!
  • 3. Get a suit!
  • 4. Pomade!
  • 5. Sunblock! Sunglasses! Eye drops!
  • 6. Protect your feet!
  • 7. Emergen-C!

  • That’s about it! I’m sure there are many things that can be added to this checklist, you can probably grab them at the hotel gift shop. But these are the essentials. Now do you feel ready for Viva Las Vegas? -Keith Azoubel

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    Posted on November 22nd 2017 | Comments Off on TOM INGRAM- ROCKABILLY KING OF LAS VEGAS!

    Tom Ingram produces the world’s biggest rockabilly festival.


     After staging top events & festivals in England, particularly London, Tom then took his knowledge and skills across the Atlantic producing the magic that is the Viva Las Vegas rockabilly weekender; next year being VIVA 21 – a rockabilly land phenomenon.


    READ THE FULL INTERVIEW HERE: http://www.burlesquebaby.net/2017/11/22/tom-ingram-rockabilly-king-of-las-vegas/

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    Posted on November 22nd 2017 | Comments Off on BOOK YOUR SHUTTLE SERVICE TO/FROM THE AIRPORT!

    Coming to Viva Las Vegas from out of town? Flying in to McCarron Airport? Don’t forget to book your round-trip shuttle service to and from the airport at a special Viva Las Vegas discount!

    Economy Service is just $11 per person one-way and Xpress non-Stop service is $18 per person one-way.

    Get a discount for booking your round-trip Xpress service for just $32 per person!

    No Taxi lines, On-site airport staff and 30% cheaper than taxis. Ask about luxury service, as well.

    Available from April 12-29, 2018

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