To celebrate the New Year, Live! Casino & Hotel will be hosting a special Disco Party. This New Year’s Eve party will be like none other, with four decades of Disco being celebrated along with massive jackpots on offer. To say farewell to 2017 and usher in the New Year, the casino will feature a jackpot of $50,000 at 10pm on December 31st. The Giant Jackpot is guaranteed to hit by sunrise before it makes it to the $100,000 mark. As the jackpot is hit, players who are on the gaming floor and using the Live! Rewards Card on a slot machine that is eligible will earn $25 to play on the slots giving them more chances to win.

It is no surprise that the casino is offering such a lucrative slot promotion as Strictly Slots Magazine recently voted the Maryland casino as the casino of choice by slot players. This is the 5th year running that the casino earned this title, with part of their success gained by the slots program known as Giant Jackpots.

During the special New Year’s Eve celebrations, guests will be able to play their favorite games, enjoy a few drinks and free music by the Bee Gees Gold Tribute Band in the Live! Center Stage venue. The music will start at 9pm and go until 12:45am. Additional music will be on offer from 8:30pm until 12:30 am at the R Bar via Tom Pizzi & Patricia Durante. During the party, the casino will provide party favors and of course the music so everyone can enjoy a little dancing.

General Manager of Live! Casino & Hotel, Travis Lamb, commented on the upcoming party in a press release by stating: “There’s no better way to celebrate the beginning of a new year than to give our guests more opportunities to win big. We have an exciting year ahead with the opening of the new Live! Hotel, so we have a lot to celebrate with our Live! family this New Year’s Eve.”

The Live! property is preparing to open their new luxury hotel in the spring after just recently opening the Live! Lofts boutique hotel, a newly renovated space offering quality guest accommodation.

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