Date: December 5, 2014
Time: 6 PM - Midnight
Signature Drinks – Cigars – Prizes
Casino Table Games – Costume Contest
Cabaret Dancers – Jazz Swing Band
Food by Relish  Speakeasy

Party like it’s 1933 at the 3rd Annual Repeal Day Celebration from 6 p.m. to midnight as The Mob Museum marks the anniversary of the end of Prohibition (December 5, 1933).

Highlight of the evening will be the Boss of the Bars Competition. You’ll also enjoy signature drinks, VIP Party, casino table games, Costume Contest, cabaret dancers and jazz swing band.

Toast Repeal Day with former Mayor Oscar Goodman

7 p.m. on the steps of The Mob Museum

$60 VIP Party 6-midnight

Tickets are $60 for non-members, and members receive a 10% discount. Along with all the activities of Repeal Day General Admission, VIP Party-goers will each receive a commemorative Repeal Day Flask, two free drink tickets, speakeasy atmosphere and 1920s dance lessons.

To make reservations, please call (702) 229-2734 or

Reserve your VIP ticket here

$40 Repeal Day Celebration 7-midnight – General Admission Ticket

Tickets are $40 for non-members, and members receive a 10% discount.To make reservations, please call (702) 229-2734 or

Reserve your General Admission ticket here

Admission includes Museum access, Boss of the Bars Competition, signature drinks, cigars, heavy hors d’oeuvres, casino table games, Costume Contest, cabaret dancers and a jazz swing band. Roaring 20s costumes are encouraged and prizes will be awarded. Master of ceremonies for the evening will be Dayvid Figler, prominent trial attorney also known for his Las Vegas expertise and freelance writing.

Drink or Cigar Tickets are $4/each or $10 for 3.

2nd Annual “Boss of the Bars” Competition

Cocktail contest judged by nationally known experts, great prizes

Back by popular demand, the Second Annual Boss of the Bars Cocktail Competition will take place during the Museum’s Repeal Day festivities.Open to all bars comprising downtown’s dynamic nightlife scene, the winning bar will receive the monumental, custom-designed Repeal Day Cup to display on their premises until next year’s competition. Mayor Carolyn Goodman will present the trophy along with a certificate from the City of Las Vegas. Last year’s winning bar was Oscar’s Steakhouse. Competitors will craft Prohibition-era-inspired cocktails for a panel of judges including Joy Robertson, host and producer,; Xania Woodman, senior editor, dining, beverage and nightlife, Vegas Seven; Ricardo Murcia, lead mixologist for the Ballagio, and Eric Gladstone, wine and spirits educator and writer. Prizes include round trip airfare vouchers from Orbitz Vacations, a two-night stay at the Golden Nugget with $100 dining credit and show tickets, tickets to Jersey Boys, Dillard’s gift certificate and more.

Roaring 20s Costume Contest

Also a returning highlight of this year’s Repeal Day at The Mob Museum: the Roaring 20s Costume Contest. Judges for this year’s event will include Jen Taler, operating partner, Stitch Factory; Blue Ash, Publisher, Luxury Las Vegas Magazine; Debrae Little, longtime costume designer for stars of opera and the stage; Deirdre Clemente, historian and curator of 20th century American culture and assistant professor at UNLV; and Polly Weinstein, owner, The Jeweler’s Daughter. Prizes for the Costume Party include Dillard’s gift basket, gift certificates and show tickets.


To make reservations for The Mob Museum’s Repeal Day events, please call (702) 229-2734. Museum members will receive 10 percent off all ticket prices. Proceeds to benefit educational programming at The Mob Museum.

Please note: The Mob Museum invites you to celebrate your right to imbibe during our second annual Repeal Day festivities, but please don’t drink and drive. The Mob Museum is proud to provide 456-RIDE as an alternative to drinking and driving. 456-RIDE is sponsored by Land Rover of Las Vegas. Designate a sober driver, call a taxi or stay downtown. Driving with a blood alcohol content of .08 is illegal across the country. But the amount of alcohol it takes to get to that number depends on a variety of factors such as how fast you drink, weight and gender. If you’ve had anything to drink, don’t get behind the wheel.