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Guess who was just featured on Expedia’s list of “30 Best Things to Do in the U.S Before 30”? We were! Our VIP Las Vegas party bus experience landed the number 10 spot (although they weren’t listed in order of importance) and for good reason! When you hop on a party bus, you won’t have to worry about coordinating rides, appointing a designated driver (during peak season those cab lines rival the club lines), deciding which club you want to go to, or standing in a long time and paying cover.

The Hotspots

From LIGHT at Mandalay Bay to Foxtail at SLS, the ultimate VIP party bus experience takes you to three of the hottest nightclubs in Las Vegas. The schedule changes every weekend but always includes rider favorites like Intrigue, Drai’s, Surrender, TAO, and Hyde.

The Ride

So, how does it work? You meet with your host at the designated check-in bar on the itinerary, get wrist banded, and are turned loose at the first club. Party your face off for an hour before boarding the party bus, getting turnt up, and heading to the second spot of the night. The actual party bus rides are about 20 minutes depending on traffic, and it’s all you can drink while aboard. The group will take another party bus ride to the third stop before winding up the night. Well, we wind up the party bus portion of the night, but you’re welcome to stay out and get turnt all the way up!

Private Tours

With a party bus, the more the merrier. It’s a great way for your group to get to know the nightlife if you’ve never been here before and Turnt Up Tours offer a group rate for parties of four or more—you just have to ask!

We also offer private party bus tours in Las Vegas if you’re coming with a group for a bachelor or bachelorette party, a birthday, or just have a big group of friends who love to get turnt up!

Want to know more (and how could you not)? Check out our website or give us a call today at (702) 843-0525 to find out more about the hotspots we hit or to book your Las Vegas nightclub tour! You can also check out the full Expedia article here.