Corner Bar Management to celebrate life is beautiful with The Block, a dynamic range of pre- and post-festival parties

Corner bar management will keep the good times before and after Life is Beautiful with The blocka busy program of pre- and post-festival evenings at We all scream, DISCOPUSSY, Commonwealth and Parking in Fremont from Friday September 16 to Sunday September 18.

The Block, sponsored by Las Vegas Weekly, will spotlight 15 headliners at four venues over three days on Fremont East. For the first time, Corner bar management will be offering one pass to all events, priced at $99, or each event ticket can be purchased separately. Tickets available now at

Daytime brunches will rock The Block from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Park on Fremont, a lush craft cocktail garden in the heart of downtown Las Vegas. Lineup includes Chet Porter on Friday, September 16; Flamingosis Saturday, September 17; and one Kraak & Smaak DJ set on Sunday September 18. Tickets for each event start at $10.

At night, Fremont East will light up with post-festival events, each starting at 11 p.m. DISCOPUSSY, the warehouse-inspired dance paradise that stands out with its LED disco-octopus chandelier, will host a lineup of DJs including Solardo on Friday, September 19; Justin Martin on Saturday, September 17; and VNSSA Sunday, September 18. At Commonwealth, a two-story industrial-style craft cocktail bar with a rooftop dance floor, performers will include Andre Power on Friday, September 16; Austin Millz on Saturday, September 17; and Miles Medina on Sunday, September 18. We All Scream, Corner bar managementThe two-story ice cream-themed club will host two headliners every night, one In The Truck, the venue’s dairy truck-turned-DJ booth, and the other On The Cone, the custom booth shaped like an ice cream cone on the roof. The range includes UNIQU3 and Bexxie on Friday, September 16; YehMe2 and DJDan Saturday, September 17; and Manila Killa (DJ set) and DJ Mes on Sunday, September 18. Tickets for each event start at $20.

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About Corner Bar Handling Founded by Ryan Doherty, Corner Bar Management is behind some of downtown Las Vegas’ most imaginative nightlife, dining and entertainment destinations, including Commonwealth, The laundry room, Parking in Fremont, DISCOPUSSY, Lucky day, peyote, Cheap shooting and We all scream. Corner Bar also featured Las Vegas’ first immersive, multi-sensory museum, The museum fiasco at AREA15, the world’s first arts and entertainment experiential complex. Corner Bar Management actualizes its passion for local arts and the unconventional through detail-driven concepts that inspire conversation and community gathering. More information is available at www.CornerBarMgmt.comand to @CornerBarMgmt on Facebook and instagram.

About We All Scream

An art-filled nightclub and nonprofit ice cream to benefit public art, Corner Bar Management’s We all scream is now open at 517 E. Fremont St. A 10,000 square foot maze of wonder, the indoor-outdoor complex is a favorite playground for music and art lovers. Void Acoustics sound systems power We All Scream’s vintage milk truck-turned DJ booth on the ground floor patio, and LED-encrusted custom ice cream cone-shaped DJ booth on the dance floor on the roof. Backed by a 360-degree view of the grit and glow of downtown neon lights, We All Scream drips with vibrant floor-to-ceiling murals by internationally acclaimed artists. More information is available online at www.weallscream.comand on instagram, Facebook and Twitter to @weallscreamdtlv.


DISCOPUSSY, a 6,500 square foot after-hours dance paradise, brings house and techno to Fremont East. Conceptualized and designed by Ryan Doherty of Corner Bar Management, the centerpiece is a bespoke disco octopus comprised of over 10,000 laser-cut components illuminated by over 5,000 individually addressable LEDs. Below, dance culture comes to life on the Void Acoustics sound system as world-class producers and up-and-coming underground DJs control the decks late into the night. A homage to the hacienda days of Detroit, New York and London, DISCOPUSSY’s inky atmosphere is brightened only by piercing lasers, the iconic octopus and the electric personalities that frequent it. DISCOPUSSY is open from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. on Friday and Saturday and from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. More information is available on the website at


Commonwealth offers a stylish social scene in the booming downtown Las Vegas bar district. The 6,000 square foot cocktail bar is a collision of art and industrial architecture spread over two floors. Inside, wooden beams flow with crystal chandeliers and original brick walls covered in scraps of newspapers tell the secrets of a bygone era. A rooftop bar offers a DJ booth and dance floor framed by tables for lounging, with 360-degree views of downtown Las Vegas. Mixologists whip up craft cocktails from an exclusive drinks menu as well as seasonal selections, but at night, the quaint Commonwealth vibe blends into a vibrant club scene hosting talented national and international DJs. Commonwealth is open 10 p.m. to 3 a.m. Wednesday and Thursday, 6 p.m. to 3 a.m. Friday and Saturday, and 10 p.m. to 3 a.m. Sunday. More information about the Commonwealth is available HERE and on Facebook, instagram and Twitter. Commonwealth is home to The Laundry Room, an internationally acclaimed cocktail haven with limited seating and an exceptional craft cocktail menu. The laundry room has a very exclusive admissions process, providing a focus on guests and great attention to detail on their cocktails. The laundry room is open daily from 6 p.m. until late. More information is available HEREon Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

About Park on Fremont: Park on Fremont brings together design, craft cocktails and an irreverent art collection in a whimsical restaurant and bar on the corner of Fremont Street. The tasteful abundance of art and nature translates into a surreal experience modeling a secret garden in the very heart of downtown Las Vegas. With two eclecticly decorated patios, Park on Fremont offers tasty small plates, appetizers to share, craft cocktails and local draft beer served in mismatched barware. Park on Fremont’s brunch and dinner club, Garden Party, serves brunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday through Sunday and features live entertainment from DJs and local artists Friday and Saturday nights on its cabin. Extensive DJ with a top notch sound system. Park on Fremont is open 6 p.m. to midnight Wednesday and Thursday, 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Friday and Saturday, and 11 a.m. to midnight Sunday. More information is available on the website at hereOr on Facebook, instagram and Twitter.

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