Mark your calendars for the first weekend of September as the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas welcomes the hysterical and global comedy sensation Kevin Hart for another fantastic show of music and nonstop laughter. On September 5, HartBeat Productions and iGo Marketing & Entertainment bring you their second Vegas show filled with standup from Hart himself as well as several other of his favorite comedians. The 6th will be dedicated to Drake’s concert, which will be hosted by the Get Hard actor.
The first ever HartBeat Weekend rounded up The Entertainer, Trey Songz and others in Atlantic City, successfully grabbing the attention of fans and leading to performances in other destinations. Hart along with Jay Ellis, Lance Gross, and Terrence J kicked off the Las Vegas premiere in 2014 where guests received gift bags filled with goodies from Andi Cosmetics, Coke Zero, Denik, Indique Virgin Hair, Living Royal Socks, Melanie Marie Accessories, Moreno BHLV, Reebok, and Shwings. The comedy show was followed by sold-out performance by Keri Hilson and Kendrick Lamar and then closed with an after-party at the nightclub Marquee with the weekend host in attendance.
Though these comic event series only launched in October 2013, Hart has already taken this wildly entertaining event international with comedy showcase across the pond. His London debut presented the best of American comedy and celebrity appearances, but sadly the musical performance by August Alsina had to be canceled due to a prior concert injury preventing him from travelling long distances.
And now, HartBeat Weekend is back for more fun at The Chelsea, Boulevard Pool and Marquee Nightclub, all located in the celebrated Cosmopolitan. As InterCasino explains, gambling facilities “[offer] people across the globe with fun, thrills, and excitement,” which means the energetic and captivating atmosphere of the Cosmopolitan is the perfect setting for an all-star comedy event like this one. With this being the second consecutive year that the Las Vegas resort has hosted the show, the Cosmopolitan could potentially become a residency for Hartbeat Weekend in the near future.