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Defiance Group & Tevakanui Bring the Island To The Desert with Polynesian Nights Launching at Rumor Boutique Hotel
Published on Tue, Mar 26, 2013 (4:16 p.m.)Defiance Group & Tevakanui Bring the Island To The Desert with Polynesian Nights Launching at Rumor Boutique Hotel
LAS VEGAS - Just when you thought that Las Vegas doesn’t have enough culture, here comes a new concept that will blow your mind as Defiance Group & Tevakanui will launch Polynesian Nights, a weekly themed cultural event, making its debut at Rumor Boutique Hotel on Thursday, April 11, 2013 at 7 p.m.
“Rumor Boutique Hotel is a property made for Polynesian Nights because it will bring that summertime laid back crowd that wants to listen to great music and relax poolside” said Siegel Group Food and Beverage Marketing Manager Dana Boyce. “We are excited to show how wonderful and diverse the property is.”
More than just another nightlife event, Polynesian Nights brings the island to the desert featuring live performances by Tevakanui, one of Las Vegas’ premiere Polynesian dance troupes.
“They are an amazing dance studio and Polynesian dance troupe,” said Defiance Group Executive Director Justin Nelson. “Since they, collectively, consist of so many cultures Polynesian Nights can always be new and fresh and introduce a new island culture every month.”
Guests can also spend the evening by lounging by the pool, sipping on Rumor’s specialty cocktails and enjoying exciting and engaging entertainment—all with island flair.
“We at Defiance Group always want to do something cultural and fun,” Nelson said. “I've lived in on islands and always enjoyed how passionate Polynesians are when it comes to having a full on luau. Since I didn't see that here in Vegas on a consistent bases, I decided, lets give Vegas a chance to experience just a glimpse of how wonderful their culture can be, hence Polynesian Nights.”
About Defiance Group
Established in 2012, Defiance Group has quickly become a premier Las Vegas event planning, promotion, marketing and business development company whose purpose is to provide networking opportunities for the professional community. Defiance Group’s mission is to help clients develop and foster relationships that will eventually promote the growth and success of Defiance Group’s communities on a professional level in areas such as economics, politics, and the arts. For more information on Defiance Group, visit www.defiancemarketinggroup.com. Find Defiance Group on Facebook and follow on Twitter.
Tevakanui is comprised of children and adults ranging from three years old and up, creating a nurturing and supportive family environment. Tevakanui’s goal is to share and educate individuals and families from all walks of life, giving them the opportunity to experience Polynesian Culture not just through song and dance but also through cultural opportunities and workshops. For more information on Tevakanui, visit www.tevakanui.com. Find Tevakanui on Facebook and follow on Twitter.
About Rumor Boutique Hotel
Rumor Boutique Hotel is an all-suite chic boutique hotel located across the street from the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. The modern boutique suites have amenities including private balconies and elevated, in-room soaking tubs. Enjoy specialty cocktails by served by mixologists at the bar or classic dishes with a twist at Addiction Restaurant. Stroll out to the pool and unwind in a palm-covered hammock or a seductive private cabana. Rumor Boutique Hotel offers exceptional accommodations close to the Las Vegas Strip, McCarran International Airport, and the Las Vegas Convention Center. For more information on Rumor Boutique Hotel, visit www.rumorvegas.com. Find Rumor Boutique Hotel on Facebook and follow on Twitter.
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