GRAMMY Award-winning artist Lil Wayne turned up the heat at SLS Las Vegas® during his Memorial Day Weekend performance at Foxtail Pool on Sunday, May 29. The hip-hop superstar kicked off the unofficial start to summer as only Weezy can, hyping up fans and performing some of his most iconic tracks, including “A Milli,” “Got Money” and “Go DJ.”
Earlier that weekend, Flo Rida, a resident favorite at SLS Las Vegas, brought down the house at Foxtail Pool when he performed his chart-toppers “GDFR,” “My House” and “I Don’t Like It, I Love It” on Saturday, May 28. Later that evening, he gave an encore performance at SLS’ newest live music venue The Foundry and finished the night at Foxtail Nightclub where he delivered an electrifying show for hundreds of excited fans during the official concert after party. Following his set, Borgore kept the crowd dancing until the early morning hours.
Also in attendance were Marshawn Lynch, Von Miller, Flavor Flav, Ja Rule and Afrojack.
Hip-hop sensation Ty Dolla $ign thrilled the Foxtail Pool crowd with his bangers “Saved,” “Wavey” and “Or Nah” when he gave his highly-anticipated performance on Sunday, May 29. He then passed the mic off to fellow rap sensation Yo Gotti, who was back for his second set of the weekend. The crowd went wild on both Saturday and Sunday when he dropped his top hits, including “Down in the DM,” “Law” and “Rev. Grip.”
Foxtail Pool’s Memorial Day Weekend extravaganza also featured performances by Candlebox during the world-famous KOMP Kegger party on Friday, May 27 and rap sensation Ja Rule with Blackout Artists DJ Ikon, Karma, Kid Conrad, Shift and Wellman on Monday, May 30 during Industry Backyard BBQ.
Also on property, Young Thug kicked off the weekend at The Foundry when he took the stage on Friday, May 27 and dropped his top tracks including “With That,” “Check” and “Constantly Hating” for a packed audience. Following his performance, Young Thug hosted the official concert after party at Foxtail Nightclub.
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