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Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Jet-Setter Lifestyle: Crossroads Presents Overnight Party in Vegas

Posted By on Tue, May 13, 2014 at 10:00 AM

What happens in Vegas... - AS PHOTO/SHUTTERSTOCK

If you're interested in re-enacting the plot to The Hangover, Crossroads -- the San Francisco-based nightlife and party planning mischief-making crew -- presents a night of debauchery that's in the same vein.

This Friday, May 16, Crossroads presents The Jet Life Vegas Party, which includes a private jet to Vegas, a performance by DJ Viceroy and a party in a two-story villa at The Palms Hotel -- and they promise to have you back on S.F. soil around noon Saturday.

Crossroads Team event planner Anderson Pugash is using Crowdtilt, a funding platform to pool money from friends and family, to make this party happen. In this case, your contribution is your golden ticket to one epic night. With a goal to raise $75,000 by Friday, Pugash has arranged for a bus to shuttle ticket holders to the airport at 3:30 p.m., from where the private plane departs at 6:30 p.m. that will carry 160 people to the overnight party at the Sky Villa in The Palms Hotel in Vegas.

There will be four hours of open bar, a Viceroy DJ set featuring mixes from his Jet Life Remix Series. Cocktail-dress attire is required, and of course, bring your swimsuit because the villa features a pool overlooking the Vegas skyline. Tickets start at $395.

The party has raised nearly $20,000 already, and requires $50,000 to tilt, meaning the party will for sure happen once it hits that mark.

Check out the Crowdtilt page for more details, and in the meantime, check out DJ Viceroy's Jet Life mix:

But beware ladies and gents... What happens in Vegas, does not always stay there.

For events in San Francisco this week and beyond, check out our calendar section. Follow us on Twitter at @ExhibitionistSF, Adrian at @adrianrrodri, and like us on Facebook

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