Atlantic City's Labor Day Weekend

Michelle Mass | August 26, 2013 | The Latest Atlantic City Confidential Latest

1 - Atlantic City's Labor Day Weekend

Nick Cannon comes to Borgata's mur.mur nightclub August 31. (Photo: courtesy Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa)

Concerts At The Shore
(500 Boardwalk) will host an array of musical talent to help end the summer on a high note. Kicking off the weekend-long extravaganza is Depeche Mode on Friday, August 30 (9 p.m.; tickets $96 and up). Internationally recognized as one of the worlds’ most popular electronic bands, Depeche Mode brings the Delta Machine World Tour to Revel’s Ovation Hall. Continue the weekend with the soulful sounds of Harry Connick Jr. on Sunday, September 1 (8 p.m.; tickets $56 and up). During his one-night-only show at Ovation Hall, the multi-talented and award-winning entertainer will perform hits from his newest album, Every Man Should Know.

Also on September 1, Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa (1 Borgata Way) presents An Evening with John Mayer at the Event Center (8 p.m.; tickets $100-$126). The singer, songwriter, and producer will perform classic hits and new releases from Paradise Valley during his intimate concert.

Nightlife At The Shore
Head to The Pool at Harrah’s (1900 Pacific Ave.) on Friday, August 30 for Aqua Fridays with special guest Chuy Bravo from the E! Network’s Chelsea Lately (10 p.m.; tickets $10 and up). The compact comedian will host the evening alongside resident house DJ, Vito G. The excitement will continue at the Pool on Saturday, August 31 as Kardashian kin and socialite, Brody Jenner, hosts his official birthday bash (9 p.m.; tickets $20) with help from DJ Eddie Edge.

Also on August 31, the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa’s mur.mur nightclub (1 Borgata Way) welcomes special guest, actor, comedian, rapper, and television personality, Nick Cannon.

Finally, end the summer at Revel’s HQ Nightclub (500 Boardwalk) with the party of the year, hosted by one of the worlds most famed DJs, Kaskade. Hailed as an innovator of Electronic Dance Music, Kaskade comes to Atlantic City fresh off a summer filled with festival performances, ready to rock the shore one last time (10 p.m.; tickets $30-$50).

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