New in Las Vegas: Divorce Parties
Joe Siquig didn't have a bachelor party before getting married four years ago.
So four years later, he finally threw the epic party he didn't get to have. But this time, it was for his divorce.
He hired Vegas party planner Sam Zand, CEO of Vegas Atmosphere, to reserve the best cabana at the Venetian's TAO Beach, which has played host to the likes of Jay-Z and Heidi Klum.
On a warm Saturday afternoon in October, 31-year-old Siquig and a group of male friends are dancing with bikini-clad women in their private cabana, which hovers over the pool like a stage. Pop songs blare over speakers. Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines throws everyone into a frenzy. Some of the ladies climb on the sofas and tables.
A flat-screen TV is playing Judge Judy. She's overseeing a case between feuding exes.