Kevin Hart, HartBeat Productions and iGo Marketing & Entertainment are proud to announce the third annual 2016 Hartbeat Weekend, enhanced with hilarity comedy, music, parties and more. Following the last 2 year’s success, Kevin is returning his HartBeat Weekend to Las Vegas. HartBeat Weekend has grown leaps and bounds from last year’s event. What was originally founded as a vehicle for Kevin to showcase his favorite talents and brands in the worlds of comedy and music, has rapidly evolved into a growing global brand The two day event will be packed with events including Comedy Show hosted by Kevin Hart, music concert with Macklamore & Ryan Lewis and celebrity hosted day parties and after-parties including a special event with a live performance by Travis Scott.

“HartBeat Weekend is my opportunity to get up close and personal with my supporters, while highlighting the true talents of those who I’m actually a fan of. It’s going to be a blast to be on stage with this bunch,” Hart explains. Past attendees and participants have included Kendrick Lamar, Drake, Cedrick the Entertainer and many more.

Kevin Hart & Friends Comedy All-stars Hosted by Kevin Hart will take place at 7 p.m. inside The Chelsea on Friday, September 2, with an encore performance that same evening at 10:30 p.m. Each performance, hosted by Hart, will showcase stand-up comedy from some of Hart’s favorite comedians.


Immediately following the Kevin Hart and Friends Comedy All-Stars Comedy show, Kevin Hart will host an afterparty at TAO nightclub inside of the Venetian Resort Hotel Casino.


Advance Movie Screening of “What Now?” Presented by Rally Health
HartBeat Weekend will feature the exclusive advance screening of “What Now?,” a new movie capturing Kevin Hart’s record-setting comedy standup tour. “What Now?” is set for release in theaters on Oct. 14, 2016, so this will be the first look at this hilarious comedy tour film.

Presented by Rally Health, for which Hart serves as Health Ambassador, the screening benefits BrittiCares International, a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to finding new and better ways to improve the quality of life for children who have been diagnosed with cancer. Hart’s involvement with BrittiCares includes designing custom dream-like bedrooms specific to each child’s wishes.

Immediately following the advanced screening of Kevin Hart’s “What Now?”, Travis Scott will perform live at Marquee Nightclub with support by DJ Mike Attack during the official What Now? Presents HartBeat Weekend afterparty.


For the last day of Hartbeat Weekend, Kevin Hart will host a star studded pool party at Tao Beach inside The Venetian. Expect to see a lot of special guests.


For the third year in a row, comedian and actor Kevin Hart and HartBeat Productions will bring their wildly popular HartBeat Weekend to The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, featuring a live musical performance by Mackelmore & Ryan Lewis at Boulevard Pool.


Macklemore & Ryan Lewis perform live at Marquee Nightclub with sounds by DJ Politik during the official What Now? Presents HartBeat Weekend Concert Afterparty.

Travi$ Scott is the stage name of Jacques Webster, a Houston-born hip-hop artist and producer affiliated with Kanye West’s GOOD Music and T.I.’s Grand Hustle. Scott has a heavily Auto-Tuned half-sung/half-rapped vocal style, and refers to himself as a singer rather than a rapper. He’s produced or co-produced tracks by Kanye West, Rihanna, Drake, Wale, and Big Sean, and he’s appeared on tracks by Jay-Z, Pusha T, T.I., Meek Mill, and numerous others.
Scott grew up in a suburb of Houston and began making music as a teenager. He formed a duo called the Graduates with his friend Chris Holloway, and they released an online EP in 2009. The following year, he formed another duo, the Classmates, with OG Chess. Scott produced the duo’s two full-lengths, Buddy Rich and Cruis’n USA, and the duo broke up by the end of 2011. After dropping out of college, Scott moved to Los Angeles and began recording music on his own. He came in contact with T.I. and eventually Kanye West. West hired Scott as an in-house producer for GOOD Music, and appeared on the label’s 2012 compilation Cruel Summer. Scott’s debut, Owl Pharaoh, was originally scheduled to be released as a free mixtape in 2012, but as his profile grew (including a placement in XXL Magazine’s Freshman Class of 2013), and due to sample clearance issues, the album wasn’t released until May of 2013. Featuring guest appearances by T.I. and 2 Chainz (on single “Upper Echelon”) as well as Toro y Moi, A$AP Ferg, Paul Wall, and Justin Vernon of Bon Iver, the mixtape was well-received, eventually receiving a nomination for Best Mixtape at the 2013 BET Hip Hop Awards.

Scott announced his first proper studio album, Rodeo, in 2014, to be preceded by mixtape Days Before Rodeo. “Don’t Play” (featuring Big Sean and the 1975) was released as a single from the mixtape, followed by “Mamacita” (featuring Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug). Scott spent March of 2015 headlining the Rodeo Tour along with Young Thug and Metro Boomin, hitting most of America’s major cities and selling out several shows. During the same month, Rihanna’s Scott-produced hit single “Bitch Better Have My Money” was released. Scott’s single “3500 (For the Coat),” featuring Future and 2 Chainz, was released in June of 2015, while the Rodeo album was released by Grand Hustle/Epic in September. It debuted at number three on Billboard’s album chart.

A grassroots success, Seattle rapper Macklemore not only climbed to number two on the Billboard 200 album charts, but with little mainstream help, his 2012 sophomore release debuted with only Mumford & Sons in his way for the number one spot. Born Ben Haggerty and raised in Seattle, he debuted as Professor Macklemore in 2000 with the Open Your Eyes EP. Five years later his debut album, The Language of My World, earned him a local following, but it was his 2010 team-up with DJ/producer Ryan Lewis for the Vs. Redux EP that yielded the Red Hot Chili Peppers-sampling hit “Otherside.” With Macklemore’s wit meeting Lewis’ inventive production, further hits like “My Oh My” and “Can’t Hold Us” were spread throughout social media and video-sharing sites, setting the stage for a successful sophomore release. That came in 2012 when The Heist dropped as a Macklemore & Ryan Lewis release, debuting at the number two spot on the Billboard 200. Its “Thrift Shop” topped the Billboard Hot 100, and the album eventually reached platinum sales status. The duo performed another one of the album’s singles, “Same Love,” at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards during a marriage ceremony for over 30 couples. That night, the duo took the awards for Best New Artist, Best Rap Album, and Best Rap Performance. In 2015, Macklemore & Lewis returned with “Downtown,” the first single from their second collaborative effort, This Unruly Mess I’ve Made. The 2016 album also featured “Kevin,” a song they debuted live at the 2015 American Music Awards with guest star Leon Bridges, along with the elaborate and politically charged second single “White Privilege II.” ~ David Jeffries, Rovi from
BrittiCares International is a 501 ( C ) ( 3 ) nonprofit organization committed to finding new and better ways to improve the quality of life for children who have been diagnosed with cancer.
The inspiration of the organization came from a little girl named Brittiana Henderson who was first diagnosed with Osteogenic Sarcoma (bone cancer) at the age of 10 and later developed leukemia at age 12 where she fought courageously for one year all without complaining, and assisting other children with cancer to help them defeat the pernicious disease.
Although Brittiana’s battle against Leukemia came to an end, the efforts of BCI have not diminished and have supported thousands of children battling cancer and their families.

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