Palms Casino Resort Welcomes 2012 Resident ?uestlove at Moon Nightclub

Ahmir Thompson, ?uestlove
Palms Casino Resort
presents new resident ?uestlove, to Moon Nightclub Saturday, April 21 and Saturday May 27. Additional dates will be announced at a later time. 

Born Ahmir Thompson, ?uestlove, is the unmistakable heartbeat of The Roots, Philadelphia’s most influential hip-hop band. A Grammy award-winning musician, ?uestlove’s undisputable reputation has landed him musical directing positions ranging from Late Night with Jimmy Fallon Show to work with artists D’Angelo and Eminem to Jay-Z. He boasts production credits for Al Green, Erykah Badu, Joss Stone and Justin Timberlake, among others. His uncanny ear for picking the perfect song for the perfect moment landed him the position of musical director of “The Dave Chapelle Show.” Whether it’s hip-hop, house, ‘80s, rare grooves or a mix of everything in between, he commands people to the dance floor with an eclectic variety of sets.

Previous DJ appearances include sold out shows at the Winter X Games Aspen, LA Fashion Week, Winter Music Conference, the highly respected Southport DJ Weekender, NBA All-Star Parties, Miami Fashion Week, as well as Sundance Film Festival after parties. He has performed all over America, Europe, South Africa, Australia and Japan and a residency at Williamsburg Brooklyn Bowl.

Moon Nightclub is open Tuesdays and Thursday through Saturday from 11 p.m. – 4 a.m. For additional information, please visit or call 702.942.7000.  Cover charge at Moon on Saturday starts at $40.

Moon is the exclusive penthouse nightclub loaded with high-end finishes, VIP accommodations, premier entertainment and a spectacular view of the Las Vegas Strip. Moon occupies the top floor of the Palms’ Fantasy Tower, just above Nove Italiano, and is connected to the Playboy Club by glass and mirror-ensconced escalators. Upon entering Moon, guests automatically find themselves in a dramatic, surreal environment unlike any other in Las Vegas. The floor is covered with shimmering glass tiles that change color via a computerized lighting system as guests move about them, while a curtain of glass beads hang over the majestic floor-to-ceiling windows. The club’s main room features one of the most spectacular architectural features in Las Vegas—a massive retractable roof that when closed, serves as a large video screen, exhibiting giant images of the action on the dance floor. Comfortable booths line the perimeter of Moon’s main room. In the rear is the Satellite Bar featuring lounge-style furniture and electronic music, which accommodate guests seeking a sensual, laid-back experience.