See the 6 Las Vegas Hotspots Overrun By Celebrities This Weekend

Charles Woodson smoked a stogie and Doja Cat celebrated French Montana's birthday

From Post Malone to Doja Cat, the star power was white hot over the weekend. Off the Strip gives fans all the exciting details on celeb sightings in Las Vegas. 

Day N Vegas at Las Vegas Festival Grounds

Billed as a “day” (single) in Vegas, it was really a three-day long festival with performances in the dozens. Las Vegas Festival Grounds saw sets from Post Malone, Doja Cat, Kendrick Lamar and Sza. 

Double The Dose At Drais’ Nightclub

Drai’s saw not one, but two birthday parties this weekend. First up, resident performer French Montana celebrated another year at the club in The Cromwell. Montana added to his performance with a surprise pop in of Doja Cat. The two have “They Got Amnesia,” a collaboration due out this Friday. Doja, in town for her ‘Day N Vegas’ performance, cheered on her good friend from her own VIP booth.

On the same night (and into the wee hours of Sunday morning) it was actress Zoey Deutch’s turn to celebrate her birthday. Zoey, daughter of actress Leah Thompson, is known for “Set It Up,” and “The Politician” on Netflix. She was joined by a group of friends as she marked her 27th birthday while also taking in the show from French Montana. 

French Montana at performing at Drai’s Nightclub

Tending To The Bud At Jardin Cannabis Dispensary

Polo G tended to some bud this weekend at Jardin. The cannabis dispensary hosted the RAPSTAR rapper on Friday. Polo G was in town performing at the Day N Vegas music festival. In all he spent two hours working as a budtender and tending to his fans with a few meet-and-greets along with some choice photos. 

Hagar Hangs It Up At The Strat

Sammy Hagar closed out his six-show run at The STRAT this weekend and he did it with the help of some famous friends. During the course of his limited engagement, Hagar welcomed guest performers Bob Weir, (founding member of the Grateful Dead) Rick Springfield, Ratt’s lead singer Stephen Pearcy and Bryan Adams, who just began his own limited engagement at the Encore Theater inside Wynn Las Vegas.

Sammy Hagar and Bryan Adams at THE STRAT

If you are super bummed you missed Hagar, not to worry, he will return to The STRAT with new shows to be announced soon. 

Sammy Hagar rocking out at THE STRAT

Get A Nickel Back At The Barbershop Cuts And Cocktails

Nickelback’s lead singer Chad Kroeger took in his 47th birthday the The Barbershop Cuts and Cocktails inside The Cosmopolitan. The rocker watched a performance by Raw Hide with several of his friends in tow. The repeat appearance for Kroeger saw him and his buddies dancing at their tables and drinkin’ Bud Lights and Clase Azul. 

A Legendary Smoke At Eight Cigar

NFL Hall of Fame inductee Charles Woodson was seen enjoying his Woodson’s Whiskey and a stogie at the newly opened Eight Cigar Lounge inside Resorts World. The NFL legend and a few of his buds unwound after the Raiders game at Allegiant Stadium. Woodson received his Hall of Fame ring hours earlier at the Raiders vs. Chiefs game last night. Pity there wasn’t a win to also raise a toast too.

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