Best Karaoke in Vegas
The high definition Digital Water Curtain is installed permanently and fully integrated in this interior space, falling from 10´high, without producing mechanical noises, splashes or any other inconvenience related to water. It is a featured element placed as an eye catching display to attract the visitors to join the singing venue.
The 17,000-square-foot venue was set to open July 2 in the northeast corner of the Venetian’s mall (on the Palazzo side) near SushiSamba. Kamu offers 40 upscale karaoke rooms ranging in size, with the biggest suite—decorated in decadent Roman Empire style—accommodating 50 people. Other rooms have Egyptian and neon Vegas motifs and sound-activated lighting systems, so the special effects can be choreographed to guests’ musical choices and singing performances.
Kamu opens at noon and stays running through 8 a.m. to capture afterhours partiers, along with Venetian/Palazzo guests looking for round-the-clock fun on a current Vegas Strip landscape devoid of nightclubs, concerts and shows.
Kamu is designed to complement the other experiences surrounding it at the Grand Canal Shoppes and on the Strip and extend the party for anyone ready to grab the mic and have some fun.
With thousands of songs to choose from, aspiring vocalists can sing along to the hottest tracks. Guests can even stream music from their personal phones through Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. Using the most advanced software, each room offers an unmatched audio and visual experience. Upon request, rooms can be turned in private e-gaming suites or a private club complete with bottle service.
Showcasing the karaoke’s entrance, the most modern Digital Water Curtain in Vegas welcomes visitors to spend a nice evening singing the most popular songs all over the world.