Surrender is now EBC At Night.
As soon as you walk through the front doors of Surrender, you immediately know you’re in for a treat. The first thing you will notice is the massive, green-eyed serpent behind the club’s main bar, alluding to the tempting libations and perhaps, the temptations of Sin City itself. Surrender features three fully stocked bars, VIP booths along the dance floor, cabanas and daybeds near the pool, and stripper poles for gorgeous go-go dancers.
The DJs put on quite a show – some of the talent Surrender has signed for the 2014-2015 season include Lil jon, Macklemore, Neyo, Morgan Page, Madeon, and DJ Snake.
When you’re ready to take the party outside, Surrender has you covered too. The outdoor area features poolside VIP tables, two levels of cabanas, booths, couches, bungalows and plenty of space for dancing wherever you’d like, with palm tree décor and a more casual vibe. There are 26 cabanas that are well-furnished, including flat-screen TVs and balconies overlooking the Las Vegas Strip. During the winter, a climate-controlled dome covers the pool area.
- The gaming pavilion is usually open for business if you want to take a break from dancing.
- The cabanas are great value and can accommodate huge parties – the downside is that they are a bit far from the action.
- Thursday nightswims (EBC at night) at Surrender during the summer are extraordinarily fun – bring your swimsuit and get in the water!
- Surrender and Encore Beach Club are both the same venue – EBC is what it’s called during the daytime.
- One thing to note for Encore Beach Club nightswim – for some reason the security for EBC at night is much stricter than it is for Surrender. (Surrender and EBC are the same venue). They go through all your bags and ask you to flip your pockets.
Where is Surrender located?
Surrender is located at the Wynn Encore. It’s the same venue as Encore Beach Club, but instead of entering through the outside you’ll need to go through the Casino. Have your cab driver drop you off at the Encore and follow the signs.
How much is cover charge at Surrender?
General admission at the door starts at $20 for ladies and $30 for gentlemen on regular nights – expect more on holidays and special events / top tier DJs.
How long will I have to wait at Surrender?
Average wait times are around 30 min – 1 hour on Fridays and Saturdays. Wednesdays are generally much shorter. On nights with top tier talents expect the wait to be longer.
When is Surrender open?
Surrender is open from 10 PM – 4 AM on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
What are the best nights to go to Surrender?
All nights are good but weekends are better.
What is the dress code at Surrender?
Collared shirt / jeans / dress shoes for guys. Avoid anything that can be considered sportswear (track jackets, jerseys, sneakers, hats, etc). If you are getting bottle service you will have some more leeway. Better be safe than sorry – nothing kills a buzz faster than getting turned down at the door! For nightswim at Surrender you can either wear standard club wear or a swimsuit. No thongs or banana hammocks for men, unfortunately.
How much do drinks cost at Surrender?
Mixed drinks / cocktails Start at $17, Beers $8, Shots $10, and Bottles start at $475.
Who are the resident DJs?
Surrender’s 2016 resident DJs / performers include Marshmello, A-Trak, Flosstradamus, Ookay, Dillon Francis, Skrillex, Major Lazer, and DJ Snake.
What kind of music do they play at Surrender?
Surrender’s 2016 line up tends to skew more dirty EDM – Trap, dubstep, etc. Look up songs from the DJ to get an idea of what type of music to expect!
Where can I find an list of upcoming events / DJs at Surrender?
You can download the Discotech app to see upcoming events, get on guestlists, book tables, and buy tickets for Surrender. You can also visit Surrender’s website for a current list of events.