Exit 33 Nightlife to Reopen
Las Vegas Experience for Guests & Employees
The wait is almost over. The lights are on. The bands are coming back. And nightlife is returning to Turning Stone Resort Casino, as our team is readying Exit 33 for a reopening this fall.
The move will see Tin Rooster, The Gig, Turquoise Tiger, and the Atrium Bar jumping and thumping with life again, just like our great entertainment venues did on weekend nights before the COVID-19 pandemic.
In conjunction with this milestone, Turning Stone will host “open auditions” to find energetic people with outgoing personalities to join the nightlife team. What’s more, our new nightlife employees will be eligible for a first-of-its-kind hiring incentive: an opportunity to swing an exciting trip for two to Caesars Palace Las Vegas, a partner of ours.
Specifically, open auditions for Exit 33’s positions will be held on Tuesday, August 24. Available positions include bartenders, hostesses/cashiers, cocktail servers, barbacks, and beverage porters.
Walk-ins are welcome and appointments are not required. Online applications also are accepted.
The return of our nightlife program comes as welcome development; it’s been more than a year since crowds enlivened the $25-million entertainment wing we call Exit 33. Guests have been clamoring for a return; as much as we wanted to get back to business, we had to wait until we felt we could reopen safely.
Nightlife and Beverage Director Tim Trendell said he’s excited to see many of Turning Stone’s popular venues thriving again.
“When Exit 33 is open, the entire casino has a different kind of energy,” Tim said earlier this year. “It’s going to be really special to walk around and feel that excitement again, after all this time with those venues shut down.”
As of press time, individual venues were lining up acts for opening shows later this fall. Stay tuned for details.