As a leader and trend setting member of the nightlife and LGBT communities in Vegas since 1998, Eric Canonico has been braided into the “scene” from both sides since before he was legally allowed to drink. While attending UNLV for Hospitality Communications and Marketing, he began his nightlife career at C2K, Utopia and then Studio 54. These tenures fueled his charismatic love for hospitality and throwing a good party. He continues togrow in the EDM, events/hospitality logistics, and journalism field(s) and loves that he is an active, respected and embraced part of the Las Vegas nightlife “Family”. Eric’s current home for over five years now is at Tao Group, specifically at Marquee Nightclub where he is on the customer development team and brand marketing roster. You can always find him at the Marquee door podium until the early morning hours, at one of the city’s well-known hot spots, or downtown. “I love this city of sin and I can’t wait to see what’s in store for the 9-5…AM industry in the years to come”.

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As a leader and trend setting member of the nightlife and LGBT communities in Vegas since 1998, Eric Canonico has been braided into the “scene” from both sides since before he was legally allowed to drink. While attending UNLV for Hospitality Communications and Marketing, he began his nightlife career at C2K, Utopia and then Studio 54. These tenures fueled his charismatic love for hospitality and throwing a good party. He continues togrow in the EDM, events/hospitality logistics, and journalism field(s) and loves that he is an active, respected and embraced part of the Las Vegas nightlife “Family”. Eric’s current home for over five years now is at Tao Group, specifically at Marquee Nightclub where he is on the customer development team and brand marketing roster. You can always find him at the Marquee door podium until the early morning hours, at one of the city’s well-known hot spots, or downtown. “I love this city of sin and I can’t wait to see what’s in store for the 9-5…AM industry in the years to come”.

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