Bri Steck is a born-and-raised Las Vegas native who grew up with the “best of both worlds” in peaceful Boulder City with all the Vegas action she could ever want at her disposal. She was studying at UNLV and in her early 20s when the local nightclub industry really started to mature, “when there were clubs opening in all the casinos and The Real World was filming at the Palms. It was the place to be and it was so fun.”

But Bri was more of a planner than a partier. And she has parlayed those skills into the creation of Vegas Girls Night Out, one of the local leaders when it comes to assembling group party packages for bachelorette parties and other female-focused celebrations in Las Vegas. She’s got all the connections to give you the time of your life and she’s our guest for this episode of All The Vegas.

We also talk with Bri about growing up Vegas-style; going to high school at the old Bishop Gorman building on Maryland Parkway; evolving a pole-dancing class into Vegas Girls Night Out; working with Thunder From Down Under to create exclusive VIP experiences; keeping an eye on the airport to chart Las Vegas tourism and development; and what she’s learned about women who come from all over the place to party in Vegas.


Bri’s favorite new speakeasy is Ghost Donkey, the tequila-and-nachos hot spot hidden away at the Cosmopolitan’s Block 16 Food Hall.

Mark is digging on the complete experience of music, food and fun at Brooklyn Bowl.

Brock wants you to get back to Park Theater to check out Janet Jackson’s residency show this month.

Photo of Las Vegas Weekly Staff

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