Once again, it’s time for the always epic Audi Henderson Lake Las Vegas Classic (Oct. 7-8) held indoors and outdoors at Reflection Bay Golf Club. Live music, dancing, a golf tournament and THE FEAST featuring more than a dozen top local restaurants plus specialty drinks always is a showstopper.
All food and drink is included in the ticket purchase and guests mingle between the food and drink booths while listening and dancing to live music from the popular Patrick and the LVB.
The event tees off with a golf tournament at the Jack Nicklaus Reflection Bay Golf Club on Friday, Oct. 7. The tournament is so popular a double shotgun is utilized to ensure a spot for everyone. Limited golf team spots are available and also include tickets to the Feast.
THE FEAST is Saturday night, Oct. 8 and culminates the Classic. Live music from Patrick and the LVB plus the food, drinks and fun from area restaurants and chefs served under the stars is a terrific experience.
Among the restaurants providing delicious cuisine Capital Grille, Reflection Bay, Kona Grille, Kassi Beach Club, Double Helix, The Golden Tiki, SouthShore Lake Las Vegas, Top Golf, Ethel M Chocolates, STK Las Vegas, Chinglish Cantonese Wine Bar, Le Thai, 8 First, Pretty Soul Kitchen and Slater’s 50/50.
The featured performer, Patrick Sieben, has quickly become one of Las Vegas’ top performers. He has held a residency at Aria Resort and Casino, Mandalay Bay and more, performing a young and energetic mix of modern pop tunes and classic hits. While maintaining his residencies in Vegas, Patrick and his band travel across the country performing.
Patrick has helped fill Arenas across the US while playing along side Bon Jovi, One Republic, TOTO, YES, Eric Hutchinson, and many more in venues including: the Greek Theatre in LA, Califoria, Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY, Excel Energy Center in St. Paul, MN, and more.
Patrick performs for the American Soldiers both domestic and abroad. He has performed in Kuwait, Norway, the Marshall Islands, Paris, London and many locations in between.
Proceeds benefit Keep Memory Alive and the UMC Foundation.