The Underground at the Mob Museum promotions for March
The Underground, the Prohibition history exhibition at The Mob Museum, the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement featuring a speakeasy and distillery, has announced special promotions, programs and events for March.
Jazz Nights have been extended through popular demand, now taking place on Friday and Saturday evenings from 7 – 11 p.m. Planned for the month of March will be performances by James Allen, Freddie B, The Old Fashions, Kai Brant and Amanda King.
- James Allen performs with his jazz band, Rong 2 Right.
- Freddie B possesses a deep, rich, distinctive baritone reminiscent of great jazz and has headlined at the Sahara Hotel and Casino, the Smith Center and other notable venues around Las Vegas.
- The Old Fashions blend the best of the jazz and blues worlds with classics from Sinatra to Armstrong.
- Kai Brant performs jazz, blues and pop classics and the duo was created out of Brant’s love of jazz and her desire to work with exceptional musicians.
- Amanda King combines the best of the jazz and cabaret worlds by applying her creative interpretation of the words, the music and the swing.Jazz Night Performance Schedule:
March 15 – The Old Fashions
March 16 – Amanda King
March 22 – The Old Fashions
March 23 – Amanda King
March 29 – The Old Fashions
March 30 – Kai Brant Jazz Duo
Speakeasy Premier Program: Charleston Dance Instruction, Monday, March 25, 7 p.m. For one night, absorb the history of this iconic dance while learning the steps with instructor Mark Brunton. A swing dance instructor and social scene leader in Las Vegas for more than 15 years, Brunton enjoys sharing his passion for the music and movement of the Roaring twenties with anyone wanting to learn.
Distillery Tours, daily on the hour at 12, 1, 2 and 4 p.m. on weekdays; 12 to 5 p.m. on weekends. During these $12 tours, which are available as an enhanced experience with the purchase of a deluxe or premier pass and include a sampling of a variety of distilled spirits, participants receive an in-depth explanation of the distillery equipment and distillation process and learn about Prohibition. In addition to learning about the historical origin of Prohibition and the drinking culture that existed before the 1920s, guests have the chance to take part in a spirit-tasting experience of house-distilled moonshine, vodka and the Jamaica ginger infusion. The Distillery Tours are designed to encourage visitors to develop an appreciation for the flavor of moonshine—especially since The Underground’s moonshine is as authentic as it can safely get. It is made in-house with 100 percent corn and bottled at 50 percent ABV. In addition, all visitors to the Museum may purchase souvenir bottles of Museum spirits in the speakeasy during these hours.
Happy Hour, Sunday through Thursday, 5 to 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. to midnight. Enjoy 20 percent off select craft cocktails, draft beer and wine by the glass.
For more information, please call (702) 229-2734 or visit themobmuseum.org. Admission to the speakeasy is included with general Museum admission and free any time for patrons using the daily password found on Instagram stories@MobMuseum_Underground.
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