It’s that time of the year where Spring Break madness is hitting Atlantic City. Since making the trip to Vegas can be a commitment for all those college seniors still figuring out their futures, Atlantic City can be your ultimate Spring Break destination on the east coast!
Unsure where to host your company holiday party? Make it a night to remember by planning your event at Borgata! Read on to hear one planners experience.
Borgata Nightlife offers up a lot of different experiences at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, from the electric atmosphere of our new Premier Nightclub to specialties like the Wine Bar at Old Homestead or the Izakaya Sake Bar.
One of the most traditional, yet innovative experiences comes at 28 West, our European-influenced piano bar open Friday and Saturdays. Featuring specialty cocktails and craft beers by the pint and half pint, when you spend some time at 28 West you can enjoy live music while sampling its tapas style bar menu.
But the main thing about any piano bar, of course, is the piano player. To paraphrase Billy Joel, when you’re in the mood for a melody, he has you feeling alright. Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa looks for the best keyboardists in the region to provide all you expect from a piano bar – from background cocktail music to full on singalong shows.
Check out 28 West’s lineup for the month of June:
And our special guest? It could be you.
Enter and you can win one of three prize packages that could put you at The Roots December 27 concert at Borgata or at parties featuring Questlove, Lil Jon and Vice. And that’s not even mentioning a chance at winning an overnight stay at Borgata on New Year’s Eve.
Here’s the prize packages:
These days, EDM rules in the clubs–such as Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa’s mur.mur—but that doesn’t mean there’s not some room for a little diversity. EDM comes with its own genres including progressive house, electro house and trance. So it’s nice when a DJ comes along who is a veteran master of spinning all of […]
Of all Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa’s resident DJs, few get as much discussion as Samantha Ronson, who returns to spin at mur.mur November 7. There’s her famous family, with her stepdad, Foreigner guitarist, Mick Jones, her brother and fellow musician Mark Ronson and her twin sister and fashion designer Charlotte Ronson. Though one of […]
AS DJ Mustard explains on his website, the Los Angeles-born native has coined the “ratchet” sound, bringing a hot, new and different sound to hip-hop.
The style is an up-tempo, club oriented, catchy yet a basic melodic hip-hop style.
In just three years, Mustard has put together a string of hits for the likes of Tyga (“Rack City”), 2 Chainz (“I’m Different”), Young Jeezy (“R.I.P.”), Kid Ink (“Show Me”), Y.G. (“My Hitta”) and nabbed collaborations with Fergie, Jennifer Lopez, Wiz Khalifa, Trey Songz and more.
Mustard executive produced YG’s debut album “My Krazy Life” which peaked #2 on Billboard 200, #1 R&B/Hip-Hop, & #1 Rap charts. (Mustard recently said the two are “homies” again and have settled their well-publicized public feud, btw)
In 2014, DJ Mustard took over the airwaves with a peak of seven songs hitting the Billboard Hot 100 chart at the same time. His debut album, 10 Summers was the most downloaded album during the summer of 2014 on Google Play.