Fetty Wap Performs at LEX Nightclub at Grand Sierra Resort [Photo Recap]

Platinum-selling rapper Fetty Wap performed to a full house inside LEX Nightclub at Grand Sierra Resort and Casino in Reno, Nev. on Saturday, Aug. 11. The high-energy artist kept the party going all night with hits including his 2015 debut single “Trap Queen,” popular hits like “Aye” and “There She Go” and songs from his latest release, the Bruce Wayne mixtape.

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Fetty Wap, is an American rapper, singer, and songwriter. His debut single “Trap Queen,” reached number two on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart in May 2015. He subsequently released two Top 10 singles in the U.S., “679” and “My Way.” Fetty Wap’s eponymously titled debut album was released in September 2015 and reached number one on the U.S.Billboard 200 chart. His recently released Bruce Wayne mixtape, dropped in June of this year, is steadily climbing the charts.
One of the premier nightclubs in the country, LEX Nightclub combines the excitement and elegance of the top nightlife venues found in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami and New York with hospitality and affordability found nowhere else in the world for a one-of-a-kind experience. At 25,000 square feet, LEX is unmatched in northern Nevada and northern California, featuring three full bars, 33 VIP tables and a transparent dance floor elevated above a unique indoor water feature. The luxurious nightlife destination also boasts a multi-million-dollar state-of-the-art lighting and sound system that has provided an unforgettable setting for a number of the top names in entertainment including DJ Mustard, G-Eazy, Kaskade, Paul Oakenfold, Steve Aoki, The Chainsmokers, Tiesto, Trey Songz and many, many more. LEX Nightclub is open Thursday through Saturday from 10 p.m. until 4 a.m. and is available for private and corporate events.
Located in the heart of the beautiful Reno-Tahoe region, Grand Sierra Resort (GSR) is an all-encompassing resort with nearly 2,000 guest rooms and suites and 200,000 square feet of meeting and convention space. Having recently invested more than $100 million in renovations and remodels, the destination offers visitors a wide variety of amenities including exhilarating nightlife at the spectacular LEX Nightclub, a spa, branded retail shopping, famed entertainment, 11 delectable restaurant and dining choices including Charlie Palmer Steak and Lounge, a two-screen cinema, a 50-lane bowling center, adrenaline-pumping rides and an aqua golf driving range. For more information, please visit grandsierraresort.com or to make reservations call 1-800-648-5080. For the latest and greatest news on GSR, check it out on FacebookInstagram and Twitter.

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Fetty Wap Performs at LEX Nightclub at Grand Sierra Resort [Photo Recap]

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