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Las Vegas Pool Party / Dayclub Opening Dates 2019

There’s nothing quite like getting your groove on at a Las Vegas dayclub on a hot summer day. Add in thousands of beautiful partygoers, world-renowned DJs providing the soundtrack, and bikini-clad cocktail hosts serving crafted drinks, and you’ve got a real Vegas pool party.

From March through October, dayclubs across the Las Vegas strip host afternoon pool parties, giving you the perfect opportunity to soak in some rays while dancing away all those extra drink and buffet calories.

Here’s a rundown of the major dayclubs / pool parties in Sin City and their respective opening dates for 2019 – we’ll keep this post updated as we get them – check back for updates!

Keep in mind that the “official” opening parties are oftentimes a few weeks after the open dates. Typically the “soft opening” dates are dependent on weather – if it’s not warm enough there’s a chance that the venue may not open.

Sin City Pool Crawl Promo Code

Sin City Pool Tour is one of the best pool / dayclub crawl operators in Las Vegas. Sin City Pool Crawl has been around for 7 years and have excellent reviews on Tripadvisor.

Use promo code DISCO to get $10 off your club crawl ticket purchase here. This discount code is only available on standard pool crawl days.

Sin City Pool Crawl Details:

Pool Party Tour Bus Package for One includes:

  • Pool tour
  • Expidited entry and admission included to three day clubs
  • Party bus transportation to the pools
  • Complimentary drinks on the party bus (rum and vodka drinks, bud lights, waters, tequila mango shots)
  • Tour hosts

Check in:

Friday- 11:30 a.m. at Bare Pool at the Mirage hotel

Saturday- 11:30am at Go Pool at the Flamingo hotel

Pools We Go To:

  • Daylight Beach Club at Mandalay Bay
  • Bare Pool at the Mirage Hotel
  • Wet Republic at the MGM
  • All Pools/itineraries are subject to change due to capacity, weather or a special event.

Must have valid ID.

Any cancellations must be made 72 hours before your scheduled club crawl and will incur a $15 cancellation fee per ticket.

Nikki Beach Dubai Season Opening Party

Fans of Nikki Beach, listen up, the world-famous beach club brand is reopening its Dubai branch this weekend (Saturday September 1) after a summer break.

It may still be pretty toasty outside, but that won’t stop us donning our finest swimmers and getting ready to welcome the winter beach club season in.

On Saturday (September 1), Nikki Beach in Pearl Jumeira will be hosting La Vie en Rose – the first of the season’s Saturday brunch offerings.

Make a booking and you’ll be able to lounge by the awesome pool and on the beach – which has stunning views out to sea – all day long from 11am until 9pm. The brunch package itself is Dhs265 for soft drinks, Dhs395 for grape and hops, and Dhs465 for grape, hops and shorts.

And to really kick of the beach club season, the venue’s hosting a Deluxe Pool Party on Friday September 21. The massive party runs from 11am until 9pm, and promises to be a “Hawaiian-themed event like no other”. Beats will be provided by Nikki Beach’s resident DJs, while the pool will be packed with fun inflatables. There will also be Hawaiian dishes to nibble on, too. That calls for a new swimsuit, we’d say.

Meanwhile, ladies, gather your pals and head down to the swanky beach club on a Tuesday, where for Dhs130 you’ll get six drinks and a bed to sunbathe on all day. Get there early though, as it’s on a first come, first served basis.

And finally, if you fancy something a little more sedate, book in for the Nikki Beach Treat. Until the end of September you’ll get a two-hour signature treatment from Nikki Spa, a healthy lunch at Café Nikki and access to the pool and beach for just Dhs699.

We’ll see you at the beach.

Daily, 11am-9pm. Nikki Beach Dubai, Pearl Jumeira (04 376 6162).

Best Pool Parties in Dallas – Sisu / Secret Sundays / Stonleight Splash

This weekend ushers in a new era of poolside glamour downtown when Secret Sundays // Waterproof begins at the Statler Hotel, which opened officially in February after a long and much-awaited renovation.  Atop the 19-story Dallas landmark is a small pool crowned with a statue of Statler mascot Llinda Llee Llama where a helipad used to welcome the rich and famous.

Each Sunday DJs Luchianni and Blake Ward will align the afternoon with “Saint Tropez” vibes as described for about 100 people at a time on an RSVP-required, first-come, first-served basis. There’s a bottle service and cabana option, too. Those interested can get situated here.  Regular admission is free. The day runs from noon to 6 p.m.

That series was set to begin last week but rain intervened. It would have scooped The Stoneleigh, which starts a new series called Stoneleigh Splash! on Sunday in the same time slot. Tickets are $10, but include special events like swim-up movies, fashion and art shows, and concerts on the lawn. Partiers hoping for cabana reservations can make them here. 

To be seen is one of Sisu’s primary pleasures. All the things we seek out in dark clubs in the wee hours of the morning are here, stripped bare by the sunlight, and the communion of bacchanalian bliss is on full display. Bottles of vodka are ceremoniously carried out by women in skimpy bathing suits. A guy in a tank top floats on his back, wearing sunglasses that have the words “love” and “trap” on each lens. A crew rolls in led by a woman who looks like a Hong Kong pop star, with short cropped black hair and long, flowing pants. In their walk to a VIP cabana, they have somehow grabbed everyone’s attention. They look like they could be the heirs of a Shanghai bankster. And yet, they could be anybody. 

 

Previous to the resort property’s creation of the weekly poolside day club AQUA, A-list DJ talent was limited to Southside and Deep Ellum neighborhoods. Sisu’s opening will forever mark the era when these top tier DJs returned to Dallas’ Uptown/Downtown area. How was this accomplished by one venue? The answer is in the team consisting of resident DJ/Entertainment – Director Wade Randolph Hampton, and his promotional partnership with the Dallas arm of global concert powerhouse SFX and Disco Donnie Presents/Full Access. AQUA has played host to superstar DJs Paul Oakenfold, 12th Planet, Destructo, Cedric Gervais, Dev, Taboo of the Black Eyed Peas, Hardkiss Family and Sliink. Continuing in the tradition of Sisu’s trademark ‘Malibu surf house’ design, the makeover will include a stylish interior ensemble within the 4,500 square foot Spanish home. The new design, created by Hampton, features dramatic changes to the dining room seating, lighting, and sound. Upstairs has transformed into a secluded skybox overlooking the main room, and is outfitted with both a billiards room and a private dining / bar area. Rounding out the second floor is private smoking balcony with a beautiful view of Sisu’s massive pool area. Book a cabana with bottle service for Sisu here. 

Las Vegas Recreational Marijuana Guide

Las Vegas marijuana laws: Answers to questions on recreational weed in Nevada

So, where can I buy marijuana in Las Vegas legally? What are the Las Vegas marijuana laws?

Nevada is one of eight states allowing recreational marijuana use for adults 21 and over. Starting Sunday, adults could buy up to 1 ounce of marijuana flower or up to one-eighth of an ounce of marijuana concentrates — like shatter, wax and carbon dioxide oil — per visit to legal dispensaries.

The problem? While recreational marijuana now is legal, dispensaries selling the plant to nonmedical marijuana buyers won’t open until June, at the very earliest.

The 2017 Nevada Legislature will determine much of recreational marijuana’s future. State Sen. Tick Segerblom, who helped establish medical marijuana facilities in the 2013 session, hopes to have guidelines for recreational facilities passed into law by June.

“Most people think it’ll be legal to purchase on Sunday, but unfortunately that’s not the case,” Segerblom said.

Readers have contacted the Sun with many questions about recreational marijuana. Here are some answers:

Can I go to other states to buy marijuana and bring it back to Nevada?

It’s illegal to cross into the Nevada state line from another state with marijuana you bought from that state, Segerblom said. But once you’re in Nevada, police can’t ask where you purchased the marijuana, nor would you likely be challenged by police, given you don’t have more than the legal amount in your possession.

Can I bring marijuana on an airplane?

Marijuana is still illegal under federal law, just like cocaine, heroine and methamphetamines. But the Transportation Security Administration is not actively searching airline passengers for marijuana because the plant is “not a threat to aviation security,” TSA spokesman Nico Melendez said. “At the end of the day, it has no impact on our operations. If we find it, we’ll let police know. But it’s not something we’re in the business of searching for and not something we’re actively searching for.”

Melendez said the TSA will alert local law enforcement if they find a passenger with marijuana in their possession as that person passes through security scanners. But legal quantities of the plant theoretically will pass through security undetected in both carry-on and checked baggage, he said.

How can I buy marijuana once the recreational dispensaries open?

It’s as simple as walking into a dispensary, choosing what you want, showing your ID and paying for it, just like buying alcohol at a liquor store. But as long as the plant is federally illegal, you’ll need to bring cash, as dispensaries don’t accept credit cards.

Where will the open dispensaries be located?

It depends on the size of the county. In Clark County, up to 80 recreational licenses — including for dispensaries, cultivation and production facilities — will be allowed for 18 months after permits are distributed by the state. Washoe County, with between 100,000 and 700,000 residents, will have up to 20 recreational marijuana facility licenses, while smaller counties with population less than 55,000 will be allowed up to two licenses.

Similar to Nevada’s medical marijuana program, individual counties also will have the right to vote against allowing recreational marijuana dispensaries. Twelve of Nevada’s 16 counties currently ban medical marijuana establishments. But that doesn’t stop residents of those counties from being legally allowed to use marijuana within the county. As long as a person is on their own private property or on rented property where its use is permitted by the owner, they can use marijuana anywhere in Nevada.

Who will own the dispensaries? Can I open one?

For the first 18 months after recreational dispensaries are allowed to open, only those currently with a medical marijuana license can own and operate them. After that, the general public will have their shot, similar to liquor stores.

Qualifications for members of the general public will be determined in the upcoming Legislature. But with little framework for such licenses outlined in Ballot Question 2, Segerblom and fellow State Sen. Patricia Farley said figuring out how to issue state certifications, and who will get them, is one of their biggest concerns.

“It’s going to be tough to figure out how to implement it because the wording was so vague,” Segerblom said.

The earliest someone not currently holding a medical marijuana license could open a store would be Jan. 1, 2019, if the state allows current medical marijuana facilities to start their recreational operations in June 2017. If that process is delayed until Jan. 1, 2018, state medical facilities won’t open until June 2019.

If I buy marijuana from a street dealer, can I still use it?

It’s illegal to sell marijuana anywhere other than a licensed marijuana dispensary and illegal to buy anywhere other than a licensed marijuana dispensary. But once it’s in your possession, police can’t track you to that dealer.

Can I buy from multiple dispensaries on the same day?

Yes, as long as you buy within the legal limit of 1 ounce per day. Nevada’s medical marijuana industry uses a registry that tracks patients’ purchases at the time of sale, making dispensary hopping possible, as long as a buyer’s marijuana flower purchases equate to under 1 ounce and concentrates equate to under one-eighth of an ounce.

Such a registry will be up for debate by the Legislature. But if Segerblom has his way, the state won’t have one. That essentially leaves the door open for buyers to jump undetected from dispensary to dispensary and buy more than the legal limit, if they so desire.

“The whole point of this is not to have your name in any database for the state to track,” he said. “We don’t want buyers of legal adult-use cannabis to be up for audit or investigation.”

Where can I go to smoke marijuana?

Users can ingest the plant only at their private residences. All public places — such as parks, campgrounds and national forests — will be off-limits, as will bars, coffee houses, casino-hotels and even the marijuana store where the product is purchased.

Segerblom said such a dynamic creates a problem for more than 45 million tourists who visit Las Vegas each year. With casinos and hotels saying no to marijuana, he hopes such laws will be lightly enforced. He said that while marijuana has always been illegal in popular tourist lodging venues, it hasn’t stopped tourists from using the drug in their hotel rooms, on the Strip and around the valley.

Can I smoke weed in the clubs or dayclubs/pool parties?

Weed is still banned from the Casinos and the club sand dayclubs are an extension of the Casinos. As of now, most clubs will deny you entry or kick you out if they find out with weed. Same goes for the dayclubs. This applies to vapes and

This may change in the future but for now, we recommend smoking up in your hotel room before heading out!

What if I’m renting from someone, or leasing an apartment?

If you don’t own the property you’re living on, you’ll need to check with your rental agency or landlord to make sure they approve of your marijuana use before lighting up.

Can I grow marijuana at home?

Not unless you’re living outside of a 25-mile range of the nearest marijuana dispensary, which for residents of the Las Vegas Valley essentially means no. In rural Nevada, where dispensaries are fewer and farther between, residents can grow up to six marijuana plants per person, or no more than 12 per household.

If I can’t smoke in a bar or casino, can I at least bring edibles?

It’s not technically legal. But, in practice, a person could consume edibles in a bathroom stall where nobody else could see them.

Can I drive after using a cannabis product?

It’s similar to alcohol in that police can pull you over if they suspect you’re impaired.

What’s the legal limit for driving, and how will authorities test me for marijuana?

By current law, a Nevada driver can’t have marijuana metabolites — active or inactive — present in their blood when tested. But if police have no reason to believe a marijuana user is too impaired to drive, they won’t go as far as arresting and taking someone in for a blood test. Unlike with alcohol, there’s no way to measure marijuana levels with a breathalyzer, so police will administer field sobriety tests and make a judgment call. Metro Police spokesman Officer Larry Hadfield said he expects the force to hand out “tons” of DUIs as Nevadans adjust to recreational marijuana laws and figure out how much they can tolerate.

“Just be smart,” Hadfield said. “If you smoke and drive, if you smoke in the car, you’re going to be in trouble.”

Could the federal government come in and shut Nevada’s marijuana program down?

Yes. But it’s unlikely. Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt’s office will be in charge of fending off any potential federal lawsuits. Laxalt’s office declined response to requests for comment, arguing they don’t comment on “hypothetical questions or scenarios.” But Farley said she expects the attorney general’s office to “respect and stand for the will of Nevada voters.”

If I’m a medical patient, can I share my marijuana with other adults who want to use it recreationally?

Nevada patients risk losing their medical marijuana cards if caught giving or selling their medical weed to anyone else. But once the marijuana is in possession of a nonmedical-card holding recipient, according to Ballot Question 2, it’s legal for that person to possess and use it.

Can I send marijuana in the mail?

Marijuana is federally illegal, making it unlawful to mail it with the U.S. Postal Service. Representatives from both UPS and FedEx also said their companies also will refuse to knowingly ship marijuana in an attempt to honor federal law.

“FedEx strictly prohibits such shipments in our national network,” company spokeswoman Sharon Young said. “Our terms and conditions for shipping are broadly applied to ensure full compliance with federal regulations.”

Can I drive with marijuana in my car?

Yes, as long as you’re not using it, driving under the influence or carrying more than the legal amount of 1 ounce of marijuana flower or one-eighth of an ounce of marijuana concentrates.

Will my employer let me use marijuana?

That’s up to your boss. By federal law, employers can still fire employees for using marijuana. And some marijuana users can still test positive over a month after using the plant, so you might want to check with your boss.

How do I get a job in the marijuana industry?

Check with the dispensaries, as many post job listings on their websites. Craigslist and marijuana-specific job websites, like 420careers.com and cannajobs.com, offer platforms for marijuana employers and prospective employees to connect. But not just anyone can find work in Nevada’s marijuana industry. Cannabis employers in Nevada are required to background check prospective employees. Those with criminal records won’t be hired, Segerblom said.

Rehab Summer 2017 Opening Dates

When will Rehab open for the 2017 pool season?

Rehab Pool is opening the weekend of 3/10-3/12. Rehab is open every week from Friday through Sundays.

The soft opening of  for 2017 is going to be the weekend of 3/10-3/12:

  • 3/10/17
  • 3/11/17
  • 3/12/17

The official grand opening is going to be in late May or April.

Rehab features primarily hip hop / top 40’s DJs. Resident DJs / performers for the 2017 season include:

  • Cheat Codes
  • Jazzy Jeff

Book tables, buy tickets, or get on the free Rehab guestlist here, or download our free mobile app (available on android or iPhone). We have a free guestlist for girls and a discounted guestlist for guys on most days.

 

 

 

Wet Republic Summer 2017 Opening Dates

When will Wet Republic open for the 2017 pool season?

Wet Republic Pool is opening the weekend of 3/10-3/12. Wet Republic is open every week from Friday through Sundays.

The soft opening of  for 2017 is going to be the weekend of 3/10-3/12:

  • 3/10/17 – DJ Shift
  • 3/11/17 – Fergie
  • 3/12/17 – Mark Etson

The official grand opening is going to be in late April – Steve Aoki on 4/29, Lil Jon on 4/30.

Wet Republic features primarily EDM / electronic DJs. Resident DJs / performers for the 2017 season include:

  • GTA
  • Cash Cash
  • Zedd
  • Jauz
  • Steve Aoki
  • Hardwell
  • Tiesto
  • Kaskade
  • Calvin Harris

Book tables, buy tickets, or get on the free Wet Republic guestlist here, or download our free mobile app (available on android or iPhone). We have a girl’s guestlist for Wet on most days. No guy’s guestlist.

 

 

 

Daylight Summer 2017 Opening Dates

When will Daylight Beach Club open for the 2017 pool season?

Daylight Beach Club is opening the weekend of 3/10-3/12. Daylight is open every week from Friday through Sundays.

The soft opening of  for 2017 is going to be the weekend of 3/10-3/12:

  • 3/10/17 – Kid Funk
  • 3/11/17 – E-Rock
  • 3/12/17 – DJ Neva

The official grand opening is going to be a few weeks later on the weekend of March 25th.

Daylight features primarily hip hop / top 40 DJs but there are a couple EDM DJs sprinkled throughout. Resident DJs / performers for the 2017 season include:

  • DJ Cobra
  • Crooked
  • Tommy Trash
  • Tyga
  • Duke Dumont
  • Otto Knows
  • Bassjackers

Book tables, buy tickets, or get on the free Daylight guestlist here, or download our free mobile app (available on android or iPhone).

 

 

 

Tao Beach Summer 2017 Opening Dates

When will Tao Beach open for the 2017 pool season?

Tao Beach is opening the weekend of 3/9-3/12. Tao beach is open every week from Thursdays through Sundays.

The soft opening of  for 2017 is going to be the weekend of 3/10-3/12:

  • 3/9/17 – CLA
  • 3/10/17 – Javier Alba
  • 3/11/17 – Angie Vee
  • 3/12/17 – Wellman

The official grand opening is going to be a few weeks later in April.

Tao Beach features primarily hip hop / top 40 DJs. Resident DJs / performers at Tao Beach for the 2017 season include:

  • Mike Attack
  • DJ Ruckus
  • DJ Scene
  • Eric Dlux
  • DJ Mustard
  • DJ Vice
  • TY Dolla $ign

Book tables, buy tickets, or get on the free Tao Beach guestlist here, or download our free mobile app (available on android or iPhone).

 

 

 

Marquee Dayclub Summer 2017 Opening Dates

When will Marquee Dayclub open for the 2017 pool season?

Marquee Dayclub has actually been open every Saturday for most of the winter with their Marquee Dayclub Dome.

The soft opening of  for 2017 is going to be the weekend of 3/10-3/12:

  • 3/10/17 – Lema
  • 3/11/17 – Timmy Trumpet
  • 3/12/17 – Mike Attack

The official grand opening is going to be a few weeks later in April.

Most DJs at Marquee Dayclub play EDM – house, trance, etc.

Resident DJs at Marquee Dayclub for the 2017 season include:

  • Tritonal
  • R3hab
  • Thomas Jack
  • Carnage
  • Dash Berlin
  • Vice
  • DJ Mustard

Book tables, buy tickets, or get on the Marquee Dayclub guestlist online here, or download our free mobile app (available on android or iPhone).