Palms Casino Resort Uses Solar Powered DJ Booth at Palms Pool

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You read it correct. The Palms Casino Resort will be doing its part to help save the Earth by using a Solar Powered DJ Booth at their Palms Pool on April 17th. It’s being referred to as “Earth Weekend – Benefiting Conservation International” which will be Friday April 17th through Sunday, April 19th. This three-day event will showcase N9NE Group’s path for a sustainable future.

Palms Casino Resort Uses Solar DJ Booth

Sustainable Waves is a company that has invested in the future by utilizing the renewable energy sources of the sun to deliver 100% pollution free concerts around the world.

“Most people are unaware that the generation of electricity is the largest source of industrial air pollution,” states their website, SustainableWaves.com. “Our solar powered stages, sound and lighting systems are fully-functioning examples of a complete design. Our solar stages give performers an opportunity to educate the community about the benefits of renewable energy while delivering a concert with state of the art sound quality.”

N9NE Group and Sustainable Waves will unveil Las Vegas’ first solar powered DJ Booth at the Palms pool from noon to 7pm! There will also be a special appearance by Las Vegas’ first veggie oil bus. At 7pm at Brenden Theaters inside of the Palms Casino Resort, they’ll be showing a flick called “Gashole” which is about a secret 100 MPG car. The next day (on Saturday) from noon – 7pm at the pool, Sustainable Waves will display green house gas-eating algae generators. At Brenden theaters at 7pm, they’ll be showing “FOOD Inc” – a film that tells the shocking truth about what we eat. Lastly, on Sunday, Brenden will be showing a film called “Everything’s Cool” – a film about America finally understanding global warming.

If you’re never seen a solar powered DJ Booth or want to witness N9NE group make Las Vegas history, you might want to check out The Palms Pool and Brenden Theaters on the weekend of April 17th-19th.

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