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Top 10 Best Nightclubs in Las Vegas in 2020

You just turned 21 and you’re ready to hit up Las Vegas and paint the town red. But there’s one problem – you’re a Vegas virgin and you don’t know where to go. Which Las Vegas clubs play hip hop music? Which Las Vegas nightclubs play EDM? Which clubs stay open late? What are the hottest clubs in Las Vegas right now?

Don’t worry we’ve got you covered. First, check out our list of top 10 nightclubs in Las Vegas or check out our video below!

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Omnia Nightclub at Caesar’s Palace (EDM)

Chandelier located on the dance floor of OMNIA Las Vegas

Following its much anticipated grand opening March 2015, Omnia Las Vegas has quickly become the hottest club on the strip. Located in the space previously occupied by Pure Nightclub in Caesars, Omnia LV features a star studded EDM DJ line up that includes Afrojack, Calvin Harris, Martin Garrix, and Tiesto. The Omnia aura begins upon entering the lavish space. A colossal lighting system, which looms over the expansive dance floor, sends cascading light throughout the main club. Guests under the four-story roof will be showered with beams of changing colored lights revealing layers of architectural wonders. 

The main club boasts a dramatic 65-foot-tall ceiling dome that encompasses a 22,000-pound kinetic chandelier. The grandiose centerpiece of the main club consists of eight concentric rings featuring production elements including theatrical lighting effects, video projections and light-emitting diodes (LED) choreographed to evolve throughout the night.

If you’re into hip hop music, Heart of Omnia is a separate area within Omnia that features a hip-hop DJ. There’s also a rooftop terrace upstairs that has it’s own DJ, typically playing more chill music. Keep in mind that you won’t be able to hear the main DJ unless you’re in the main room. Of course, main room table prices don’t come cheap. Can’t put a price on fun.

XS at the Wynn (EDM)

Nighttime Pool Party at XS Las Vegas

Now entering it’s 6th year of operation, XS at the Wynn is still the undeniably the King of Clubs. Often considered by many to be one of the “most luxuriously designed nightclubs on earth,” XS continues to win five star rankings and adoration from club goers who enjoy the 40,000 square feet of sprawling dance floor, outdoor patio, and pool area,

The design was inspired by the curves of a human body and it boasts a 10 foot rotating chandelier and rich gold, black and brown color scheme. Resident DJs at XS include The Chainsmokers, David Guetta, Alesso, Major Lazer, and Diplo. A Vegas trip is not complete without a night at XS. During the summer, XS hosts a weekly nightswim on Sundays. This is one of the best events in Vegas. 

Marquee Nightclub at the Cosmopolitan (EDM)

View of the Dance Floor at Marquee Las Vegas

Marquee Las Vegas is 60,000 square feet tribute to the clubbing gods – featuring a rooftop patio with breathtaking views of Las Vegas, an ultra pool-club and the best DJs from around the world. Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub showcase internationally acclaimed resident DJs such as Mustard, Benny Benassi, Oliver Heldens, Deorro, Timmy Trumpet, and Alan Walker.

If you haven’t jumped on the EDM bandwagon, fear not – Marquee also offers the ‘Boom Box’ as a hip hop room, as well as ‘The Library’, a discreet VIP lounge if you’re feeling something more low key. With vast glass window-walls overlooking the famous Las Vegas Strip, guests will enjoy a nightlife experience unlike any other venue.

Drai’s Nightclub at Cromwell (Hip Hop)

Panoramic View of Live Performance at Drais Las Vegas

The crown jewel of the newly built Cromwell hotel, Drai’s Nightclub provides an unrivaled view encompassing the entire Strip and beyond. Designed by namesake nightlife impresario Victor Drai, this 65,000 square feet venue offers a multi-sensory environment taking entertainment and service to new heights. Meticulous attention to detail, massive LED lighting systems, and modern technology fuse to create a sensual, multi-sensory experience unlike any other on the Strip. Drai’s features over 7,000 square feet of the most state of the art LEDs in production and 75 various indoor & outdoor seating options to accommodate its 2,500 guest capacity.

Drai’s Nightclub was actually initially launched with an EDM focus, but over time it’s shifted towards hip hop. Drai’s regularly promotes events with live artists such as Future, Ty Dolla $ign, Wiz Khalifa, Migos, and much more. On nights without performers, expect to hear a a mix of Hip Hop and Top 40 music.

Hakkasan at MGM Grand (EDM)

Top Down Dance floor of Hakkasan Las Vegas

Hakkasan is Las Vegas nightlife’s crown jewel. Located in the MGM grand, Hakkasan features 80,000 square feet and five levels of  dance floors, lounges, and restaurants. The first two levels feature the main restaurant, serving masterful Cantonese cuisine from Chef Ho Chee Boon.  The third floor is comprised of the Ling Ling Lounge and the Ling Ling Room — over 10,000 square feet of dance floor and lounge. Ling Ling room DJs play hip-hop music; the main room is almost always electronic/house music.

The top two floors are the main nightclub and upper balconies, where the resident DJs Tiesto and Calvin Harris spin regularly. Other resident DJS include Calvin Harris, Tiesto, Steve Aoki, Martin Garrix, Zedd, and many more. The dance floor is surrounded by numerous VIP tables arranged in a semicircle facing the DJ booth, giving every table a great view of the DJ. With its giant LED screens, intense light shows, and world-class performers, Hakkasan is one of the most luxurious and exclusive clubs in Las Vegas.

EBC At Night at Encore (EDM)

Marshmello Performing at EBC At Night Las Vegas

Formerly known as Surrender, EBC at Night brings the best of Encore Beach Club to the night time party. EBC at Night features nightswims throughout the summer. 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. EBC at Night 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. When you’re ready to take the party outside, EBC at Night 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. EBC at Night’s resident DJs include The Chainsmokers, Diplo, Alesso, David Guetta, Kygo, Major Lazer, and many more. Depending on the DJ and the night, the music may skew more hip hop / dubstep / trap / dirty EDM. Make sure to do your research on the DJ spinning that night!

Light at Mandalay Bay (Hip Hop / Top 40)

DJ Performance and Crowd at LIGHT Las Vegas

Checking in at 38,000 square feet, Light is the first-ever nightclub turned on by Cirque du Soleil, merges cutting-edge creativity with incredible music to produce a new kind of nightlife experience. Headlining DJs lead the charge, coupled with exclusively built performance elements & a gigantic LED screen showing visuals, innovative video mapping, lighting, sound & special effects, as well as avant-garde costumes & unique choreography.  Light is a must see venue leaving you with a truly unforgettable night.

Light no longer features the same level of EDM talent that it once did. Resident artists include E-40. Depending on the night, the music might be a mix of house and hip hop. Make sure you do research on the DJ while planning your trip!

TAO Nightclub at Venetian (Hip Hop / Top 40)

Bruno Mars Performing Live at TAO Las Vegas

Since its opening in Sept 2005, this Asian themed dining and entertainment venue at the Venetian has been consistently amongst the top grossing nightclubs in the world. The multi-faceted 3 story “Asian City” houses a restaurant, banquet facilities, lounge, nightclub, and beach in over 60,000 square feet. The extensive menu incorporates culinary components from China, Japan, and Thailand. Open Thursday – Saturday, TAO is a frequent hot spot for A-list celebrities, sports stars, and culinary connoisseurs. 

This nightclub features top DJ’s such as Snoop Dogg and Jermaine Dupri, and creative programming. It’s important to note that Tao is not a pure EDM club – the main room plays a mix of top 40, EDM, and hip-hop while the Opium Room down the hallway is catered more towards those who appreciate hip-hop music. Those of you looking for EDM only clubs should steer clear. Use promo code DISCO to save $5 on your ticket purchases!

On the Record at the MGM (Open Format)

Front Entrance of On The Record at Park MGM Las Vegas

An ode to all things music takes over On The Record, the new nightclub at the Park MGM. Los Angeles twins Jonnie and Mark Houston created this new nightlife experience that features a music store entrance, karaoke rooms, a speakeasy, a patio with a double-decker bus for the deejays, guest bartenders, and a dance floor.

The experience, unlike any other nightclub in the city, sits across from the Park Theater with a record store entrance that spans two floors.

Club-goers then head to a speakeasy door that leads to an 11,000-square-foot space outfitted with speakers, TV screens, and cassette tapes from yesteryear. Visitors can try out one of the three karaoke rooms, step out on the patio with that double-decker bus, or head to the main room with a deejay booth fashioned from a Rolls-Royce.

Then there’s a living room space with a fireplace, and the vinyl parlor, where guest bartenders sling specialty drinks.

Drai’s After Hours at The Cromwell (2 rooms – 1 Hip Hop, 1 EDM)

After Hours Tables at Drais After Hours Las Vegas

So, the DJ is starting to wind down at the club you’re at but you’ve still got a solid six or seven hours of party left in you. It’s the timeless dilemma many of us have encountered at some point or another.

What to do, what to do… Head to Drai’s After Hours in The Cromwell. Look for the gold elevator marked with the curvaceous body of a woman in ruby red dress. The club is located underground where it originally opened in the Barbary Coast. Plain and simple, if you’re looking for after-hours fun on the Strip, this is the place to be. Cashing in on everything saucy about after-hours, Drai’s digs deep to give you a club experience like no other. Drai’s pioneered the “after-hours” late-night concept in 1997, providing an intimate and exclusive spot where the party continued til sunrise.

Drai’s features two separate rooms – one playing hip hop and one playing electronic music. Be forewarned – on occasion when it gets really busy you may have to pay an extra cover charge to get into the hip hop room. But you can’t put a price on fun!


Move over, slot machines! Las Vegas is shifting from the center of the gambling universe to the center of the nightclub phenomenon, giving Ibiza and Rio a run for their bottle-service money.

Only a few years ago, few people could have predicted how DJ-driven electronic dance music would take off in Sin City, but today, it’s the new paradigm of true over-the-top Vegas vogue, with the world’s top nightclubs — Hakassan (MGM Grand), XS and OMNIA (Caesars Palace), Marquee (Cosmopolitan), and Drai’s (The Cromwell) — leading the charge.

Floor-to-ceiling screens featuring the most impressive visual and lighting effects ever seen, crystal-clear audio at ear-splitting decibels, 80-sided LED disco balls, the world’s highest-grossing celebrity DJs, and a teeming mass of fist-pumping humanity all combine for non-stop after-dark debauchery.

Of course, you’ll have to navigate the lines, payoffs at the door, and money-grubbing scene inside. And remember, if you don’t look like the 21st-century version of Superfly, forget about passing the dress test.


Las Vegas Nightclubs FAQ

What time do Las Vegas nightclubs usually open?

Clubs in Vegas usually open between 10:00 and 10:30 PM. If you want to avoid lines, we recommend arriving by 10:00 PM.

What time do Las Vegas nightclubs typically close?

Closing times in vegas vary depending on how busy the night is. If the party is still raging they can go as late as 5-6 AM. But on slower nights the party can wind down at 3 AM to 4 AM.

What time does the headlining DJ usually come in in Vegas clubs?

The headlining DJ usually comes on anytime between 12:30 AM and 1:30 AM.

How long do DJs play in Vegas?

The headlining DJ usually plays a 1.5 – 2 hour set.

Are there any after hours spots in Las Vegas?

One of the most popular after hours spots is Drai’s After Hours at the Cromwell. This legendary afterparty does not even open its doors until 1:30 AM and will usually be going until 8-9 AM.

What is the dress code like at Las Vegas clubs? What should I wear to a Vegas club?

Dress to impress! This means collared shirts, nice jeans, dress shoes for guys. If you’re getting bottle service, you can get away with a bit more (blazer + tshirt, etc). Girls can get away with dressing down but keep in mind that all the other girls will be wearing heels and dresses and you’ll look woefully underdressed in comparison.

Can you wear shorts to a Vegas club?

Generally no. The only exception is for nightswims, which happens during the summer at XS on sundays and EBC at Night.

Can I wear hats to a Vegas club?

Generally no, unless you’re dropping a couple thousand dollars on bottle service. However, dress codes are also loosened on certain nights for nightswims.

Can you get into Vegas clubs if you’re under 21?

No, you must be 21 to enter a Vegas nightclub. It won’t work if you turn 21 that night either, it must be the day after.

Can I smoke cigarettes in Las Vegas nightclubs?

Yes you can smoke cigarettes in most Las Vegas nightclubs.

Can I smoke weed in Las Vegas nightclubs?

Even though weed was legalized in Nevada, most casinos still ban it from the premises. If you are caught with weed or weed paraphernalia at most nightclubs, they will deny you entry / kick you out.

How can I get into Las Vegas nightclubs for free?

All Vegas nightclubs have a free girl’s guestlist, and most have a free even ratio guestlist – free if you have the same number of girls (or more) in your party. You can sign up for the guestlist using our free mobile app.

How can I book bottle service for Las Vegas nightclubs?

You can book table service using our free mobile app. Or, if you’re on desktop you can use our webapp.

How much is bottle service at Las Vegas nightclubs?

Table minimums can get pretty expensive, but every nightclub is different.

Should I buy tickets to Las Vegas nightclubs?

We recommend buying tickets during holiday weekends and for big name DJs (Alesso, Kaskade, Chainsmokers, Tiesto, Calvin Harris etc). The ticket line is generally faster and shorter than the guestlist.

Which Vegas nightclubs play Hip-Hop?

Check out our guide to the best hip hop nightclubs in Las Vegas.

Which Vegas nightclubs play Electronic Dance Music (EDM)?

Check out our guide to the best EDM nightclubs in Las Vegas.

Are clubs free in Las Vegas?

General admission will never be free in Las Vegas. However, you can sign up for free guest lists that will usually allow you to get in for free if you’re there before a certain time.

Can guys get into clubs in Vegas?

Guys can generally get in for free if you are on the guest list and have an even ratio party (at least the same number of girls and guys). You will have to sign up for the guest list in advance, and arrive before a certain time. Guys can also get bottle service or buy tickets.

What are the hottest clubs in Las Vegas?

Currently the hottest clubs with the most popular EDM DJs are Omnia, XS, Marquee, and Hakkasan. The hottest hip hop clubs are Drai’s and Light.

How can you get free drinks in Vegas clubs?

Some clubs offer free drink tickets for ladies on the guest list (Light, Chateau, EBC at Night, XS), others have free open bar for ladies before a certain time (Marquee). In general it’s almost impossible to get free drinks if you’re a guy.

Wynn Nightlife Releases The New 2020 Residencies

With tons going on the news and alike, it would only make sense that Wynn Nightlife unveils their 2020 new residencies line up. So let’s check it out and find out why it’s the biggest news in Vegas right now.

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The Update:

A few days ago, Wynn Nightlife published their 2020 residencies. They have a huge 2020 reved up and ready for fans on both the two major clubs  XS Nightclub and Encore Beach Club. (which for those that don’t know is also Encore Beach Club at Night) They’ve expanded DJ talent, as well as bringing back past residencies.

So let’s get right to it. The big-name that’s got everyone wildin right now is Drake. Drake returns for his XS Nightclub residency and brings along with him some of the biggest names in EDM. New residents include Alison WonderlandTwo Friends and Gryffin. The returning stars in alphabetical order are Alesso, The Chainsmokers, David Guetta, Diesel, Dillon Francis, Diplo, Elephante, Kygo, Major Lazer, RL Grime, SAYMYNAME, and Valentino Khan.

Not only that but Wynn says they are remodeling their stage to embrace the techno sounds of world renowned DJs including Bedouin, Chris Lake, CAMELPHAT, FISHER, Guy Gerber, Jamie Jones, RÜFÜS DU SOL (DJ Set), Nicole Moudaber, Nora en Pure and The Martinez Brothers.

If we get any more updates well be sure to let you know.

Best Las Vegas Clubs on Friday

Happy Friday! If you’re looking to find the hottest spots in Las Vegas on a Friday, this list should have you covered.

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Light Nightclub

Dance Floor at LIGHT Nightclub

The LIGHT Vegas in Mandalay Bay blends cutting-edge creativity with unbelievable music to produce novel nightlife entertainment. LIGHT highlights the best open format music from Electronic Dance Music, Hip Hop, Top 40s and a wide variety of excellent hits to give you the best Las Vegas nightclub experience including renowned bottle service. Every encounter at LIGHT is unique and no two nights are the same.

Guests can revel in unimaginable views of performers, and dancers as they party the night away at this state-of-the-art nightlife venue. LIGHT’s huge LED screens delight the senses and give each guest an immersed experience making it so there is no inadequate seat in the house, as the world-class sound system keeps energy high.

Jewel Nightclub

Spanning more than 24,000 square feet of exactly designed space, JEWEL is as welcoming as it is evocative; a unique ambient satisfaction that must be experienced to be appreciated. Whether the headliner is a world class DJ or performer, JEWEL offers a multi-faceted experience for every guest and every occasion including fantastic bottle service. JEWEL flaunts a style that complements the modern luxury aesthetic of ARIA, while including elements that are altogether unique.

The gifted Rockwell Group, known for their seamless combination of technology and handcrafted detail, has produced the visual story for JEWEL. Over 1,400 square feet of designed LED ribbons offer a lively counterpoint to vintage mosaic detailing and richly tufted VIP banquettes.

XS Nightclub

Take your bottle service on the dance floor or in the leisurely cabanas surrounding the Encore pool at XS nightclub at Encore, dubbed the hottest nightclub in the world by Condé Nast Traveler. Home to Alesso, Diplo, Kygo and The Chainsmokers, to mention a few, XS lures A-listers from throughout the world, and has also been called the number one nightclub in the United States by Nightclub & Bar’s Top 100 for an unparalleled five years.

Cutting-edge technology and top-of-the-line production elements combine pyrotechnics, LEDs, lasers and an in-the-round DJ booth that can be viewed from anywhere in the club. Its layout was encouraged by the alluring curves of the human body—which you’ll notice as you enter through the rippled golden staircase.

Drais Nightclub

The home of live nightlife party on The Strip, Drai’s is a dazzling, multi-level rooftop hotspot flourishing more than 25,000 sq. feet of luxurious offerings, including two full-service bars, more than 75 luxurious bottle service tables, and access to the world’s most celebrated DJs and chart-topping resident musicians within the Drai’s LIVE concert series.

Marquee Nightclub

The award-winning Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub located within The Cosmopolitan is a Las Vegas Strip favorite of clubgoers, delivered to you from the nightlife leaders behind TAO. The grand club spans 60,000 square-feet with three extravagant rooms and various musical experiences. Top musical artists and DJs play in the 40-foot LED DJ booth and on a projection stage inside the nightclub as well as poolside at the top-rated day club.

Marquee books top global house music DJs as residents, and if your kick is not in house music, this multifaceted nightclub also offers the “Boom Box,” a mixed-format area, and “The Library,” a discreet VIP hideaway offering the best of bottle service. With huge glass window-walls facing the famous Las Vegas Strip, you will relish a nightlife experience unavailable at any other venue.

Best Las Vegas Clubs on Thursday

It’s Thursday night, favorite to college kids and those who don’t mind a little hangover the next day at work. Today we’re going to check out some of the hottest spots in Vegas to hit on a Thursday. With that being said, lets get to it.

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Chateau

Chateau’s Rooftop provides an exceptional outdoor nightlife experience. High-energy lighting, VIP bottle service and panoramic views of the Las Vegas horizon, all under the iconic Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas. One of the most uncommon and best Las Vegas nightclubs.

Hakkasan

Home to world-renowned DJs Calvin Harris, Tiësto and Steve Aoki, Hakkasan is one of the most interesting and prosperous nightlife/restaurant designs ever imagined.

The nightclub at Hakkasan Las Vegas is the daring metamorphosis of the prestigious global restaurant brand into an all-encompassing nightlife experience. The nightclub offers a distinct nightlife experience with a mixture of areas and atmospheres, cutting-edge technology, top tier bottle service and influenced design absorbed in three levels of refined decadence.

Tao

The 10,000-square-foot TAO Nightclub is the place to see and be seen, bringing world class DJs and celebrities such as Madonna, Jay-Z, Usher, Drake, Rihanna, Heidi Klum, Kim Kardashian, Jamie Foxx, and Bono. The voyeuristic scheme combines three full-service bars, two main rooms playing a variety of hip hop, electronic dance music, and top 40 with state-of-the-art audio and lighting systems, private skyboxes, and a 40-foot outside terrace viewing the Las Vegas Strip.

Throughout the venue, guests can take a glimpse of the infamous bathtub models soaked in rose petal baths, and for those looking to catch a brief break from the dance floor, the TAO Lounge with bottle service and TAO Beach offer sexy alternatives.

Drais

The home of live nightlife performance on The Strip, Drai’s is a dazzling, multi-level rooftop hotspot possessing more than 25,000 sq. feet of plush offerings, including two full-service bars, more than 75 luxurious bottle service tables, and access to the world’s most celebrated DJs and chart-topping performers through the Drai’s LIVE performance series.

Best Las Vegas Club on Wednesday

It is Wednesday my dudes! Now we’re going to check out some of the hottest clubs to hit on hump day. With that being said lets get to it!

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On The Record

Wednesday nights at the Park MGM Hotel live at On The Record Nightclub. Enjoy industry events on this week night with easy options for both guest list and table service. Check out all OTR events using our calendar and be prepared for live performances, DJ sets, and plenty of local surprises. Clubbing in the middle of the week has never been better. Click Guest List to see upcoming events as well as bottle service.

1Oak

Industry Wednesday nights have a home at the Mirage Hotel at 1 Oak Nightclub. Come join the nightlife action and enjoy your favorite music that includes hip hop, dance, top 40, and a little bit of everything right. With multiple bars, VIP areas, a fantastic dance floor and energetic lighting and sound, 1 Oak has remained one of the most special club venues on The Strip. Easily reserve your spot on the guest list or connect with our host for options on table service.

Chateau

If you’re looking for a party spot that doesn’t focus only on EDM, Chateau is your Wednesday night solution. Located above the strip at the Paris Hotel & Casino, Chateau Nightclub has both indoor and outdoor environments. After climbing the curved staircase from the entrance you enter the lush decor of the interior. A combination of decorated glass and deep purples resonates a feel of excitement.

Escape to the exterior, and you have found something special. The place to party at Chateau is on the deck directly beneath the Eiffel Tower. Being one of the most unique party spots on the strip, party goers are treated to immaculate views up and down Las Vegas Blvd, a wide open dance floor, VIP seating, and fresh and fun party under the nighttime sky. Check in on our guest list and make Wednesday night the party of the week.

Light

Dance Floor at LIGHT Nightclub

Located inside the Mandalay Bay, Light Nightclub is one of the newer editions to the Las Vegas party scene. It definitely falls under the category of one of the megaclubs, and shines on Wednesday nights. Upon first entering the club, you will be blown away by the visuals that take up the entire wall of the venue. I am talking about a vibrant motion platform that changes with the mood and the music throughout the night.

Once you get past that, you’ll notice the countless Cirque Du Soleil acrobats and productions that transform and interact with the night. The nightclub consists of multiple levels, three bars, and a huge dance floor that lets you get up close and person with the top EDM DJs. You will not be disappointed by Light Nightclub and those on our guest list can simply check in at the right side of the club entrance.

Encore Beachclub at Night

Encore Beach Club At Night creates a special experience on Wednesday nights in Vegas. It’s called Night Swim and it means the pool party is held at night. Pool attire like shorts and bikinis are encouraged (you can wear regular nightclub clothes too), and you are welcome to swim the night away. Try something different with EBC At Night and our guest list and tables.

The Best Las Vegas Clubs on Monday

Today we decided it would be worth while to explore the hottest Las Vegas Clubs that throw down on a Monday. For those who can’t stop partying or just don’t want to, this list should sovle your dilemma of finding that next great place to keep the party rolling.

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Marquee

If you had to guess which club has one of the most energetic parties in town, you should guess Marquee Nightclub. Marquee is located inside the Cosmopolitan Hotel & Casino. Huge DJs like DJ Vice and Carnage have establish Monday residencies, so you can expect a great show. Marquee is known for their sexy go-go dancers and fabulous production throughout the night. The last thing you want is to be left out, so don’t and get on the guest list.

Jewel

The newest venue for Monday nights is Jewel Nightclub at the Aria Hotel. You can expect a great mix between top DJs and live performances from the top musical artists. These Monday parties at the start of the week are known by many as Flawless Mondays. Jewel has without a doubt gained traction as one of the top clubs on Monday night. If you are looking to party with the hottest girls, dance to your favorite music, and be in the newest designed club, look no further. Jewel promises all of this. Make sure to reserve your spot on the Jewel guest list for free.

What Clubs Are Open On Monday Night In Las Vegas?

On Monday nights Jewel and Marquee reign supreme. Gear up now for the party experience.

How To Attend Monday Clubs In Las Vegas?

The easiest way to attend the Monday nightclubs in Las Vegas is to use Discotech’s free guest lists and bottle service services.

Hyde Bellagio Nightclub Closing July 6

MGM Resorts International announced today that Hyde Bellagio, the 12,000-square-foot indoor and outdoor nightclub and lounge known for its views of the Bellagio fountains, will close after service on July 6 to be replaced by a new concept this winter.

An MGM spokesperson could not confirm whether the new concept will be a nightlife venue.

Hyde has won the Las Vegas Weekly Best of Vegas Readers’ Choice Award for Best Lounge for the past two years and is also known for its industry night and XIV Session parties. Opened in 2011 in the former Fontana Bar lounge space, Hyde was the first nightlife venture in Las Vegas for SBE Entertainment, which had previously purchased the Sahara hotel and casino in 2007. Established in 2002 by Sam Nazarian, the company famously rebranded the classic Las Vegas Strip resort as SLS in 2014, a property now owned by the Meruelo Group. In addition to Hyde Bellagio, SBE currently manages Hyde Lounge at T-Mobile Arena and three restaurants (Citizens, Kumi and Red Square) at Mandalay Bay.

The closure of Hyde will leave Bellagio without a proper nightclub as the Bank closed in June after a decade-long run. That night spot was originally known as Light Nightclub from 2001 to 2007, a brand that re-opened at Mandalay Bay in 2013.

Intrigue Nightclub at the Wynn Closing June 1

There might be time for one more dance at Intrigue. Wynn Las Vegas is shuttering the luxurious 14,000-square-foot nightclub on June 1 and will use the venue as a private event space.

Intrigue opened in April 2016 after the Wynn club space was renovated and updated from its previous version, Tryst, which was created in collaboration with Victor Drai in 2005 after the original incarnation, La Bête, was scrapped. The indoor-outdoor club has always been known for its cascading waterfall and intimate environment, including Intrigue’s “secret space” the Living Room.

Intrigue was also the smallest nightclub among Wynn Nightlife’s offerings, which include Encore’s XS Nightclub and Encore Beach Club. Memorial Day weekend saw Intrigue performances from RL Grime and Dillon Francis.

Kaos Nightclub at the Palms Announces Cardi B Residency

Coming to KAOS, a new day and nightclub opening at the Palms Casino Resort the first weekend in April, Cardi joins a hip-hop and EDM-heavy lineup that will have G-Eazy, Above and Beyond, Kaskade and Skrillex taking up up residencies throughout the year.

Cardi’s dates have not yet been finalized, but the Palms confirmed that the rapper will play a total of 5-6 shows over the course of the next year, beginning this spring and continuing through next winter. Tickets for the first of Cardi’s dates will go on sale in the coming weeks.

Ticket pricing will range from as low as $25 for general admission seats purchased well in advance to as high as $500 at the door, according to Palms general manager Jon Gray. Tables with full bottle service can be bought from anywhere between $2,500 to upwards of $50,000 depending on size and location.

Complete with multiple stages, the state-of-the-art performance space will hold 8,000 guests, featuring a 360 rotating stage positioned between the indoor nightclub space and outdoor rooftop space, allowing artists to simultaneously perform to both guests inside the nightclub and outside in one of several rooftop pools, bars and cabanas.

“It’s our largest venue, so that enabled us to bring a massive group of people here to enjoy the nightlife experience,” Gray said of the 100,000 square foot, $690 million project. While the “nightclub” description might lead customers to expect a cozy environment, KAOS will actually dwarf the Palms’ primary existing music space, the Pearl Concert Theater, a seated venue that hosts rock and country acts like Blink 182, Lady Antebellum and a currently running Billy Idol residency.

“Every date that the club is open will have premiere talent,” Gray said of KAOS, hinting at more acts of Cardi’s caliber to be announced in the coming weeks.

The announcement comes just weeks ahead of Cardi’s performance at the 2019 Grammys, at which the rapper is nominated for five awards including Record of the Year for “I Like It” and Best Rap Album for “Invasion of Privacy.” Earlier this month, she announced a new album coming this spring.

On The Record Las Vegas Grand Opening Dec 28 – Lady Gaga

Every new Vegas nightlife venue that has arrived in the past few years has demonstrated the same trend, gradually sliding away from the stereotypical Strip megaclub experience characterized by vast spaces and big-name DJs and toward more intimate and layered environments with varied programming.

“I was kind of surprised after we went to Vegas a few times and there wasn’t anyone approaching nightlife the way we’re doing it,” says Mark Houston of Houston Hospitality, the LA outfit teaming with MGM Resorts to fashion this fresh experience at Park MGM. “Obviously we’ve been spending a lot of time there and really enjoying taking in the show. I think we’ve touched on a lot of different experiences you can have in Las Vegas, and they’re all incorporated in this space.”

Twin brothers Mark and Jonnie Houston are known for crafting incredible levels of detail in their distinct LA venues, which include ’80s-styled spot Break Room 86, their first restaurant Butchers and Barbers and speakeasy Dirty Laundry. In Las Vegas, they’re holding tight to their style and point of view and creating a club on a different scale.

 

 

“It’s been both challenging and exciting,” Jonnie says. “We’re grateful to have MGM as partners and for them to give us this opportunity, and I don’t think Mark and I could have done it without that support. Vegas operates on a different scale. My brother and I design and build and conceptualize all our own venues in LA, and in Vegas we’re not allowed to touch anything. Everything has to be pre-planned. And what comes out of your brain doesn’t always translate correctly, so we have to be on-site to catch things and walk people through our process.”

On the Record begins when you enter a two-story record store off the main casino, across from Park Theater. After the Lady Gaga afterparty on the 28th, expect to see many more collaborations between the theater and music shop, which will operate four days a week. Lil Dicky headlines the show on New Years Eve.

Once upstairs, a speakeasy-style door provides your first interaction with an 11,000-square-foot space (club capacity is around 1,000 people) that feels like a collection of different, tiny, thematically related venues. An illuminated walkway reminiscent of the iconic “Billie Jean” video guides your entry. Walls are decorated with retro-collages of speakers, TV screens and cassette tapes. Three cozy karaoke rooms beckon, as does an enclosed brick-lined patio equipped with a vintage British double-decker bus that had to be lifted by crane into the new space; it has a bar and DJ booth built inside. The main room features three flexible stage-like spaces to accommodate varied entertainment, including a DJ booth built out of a chunk of an old Rolls-Royce. The fireplace-equipped living room will play a different music mix spanning genres and eras, and the hidden vinyl parlour will host guest bartenders who will create a cocktail based on guests’ musical selections.

“One thing Mark and I wanted to accomplish was to create multiple layers and experiences within the venue,” Jonnie says. “It seems like [in Vegas] you have to choose to either go Downtown for a nice, cool swanky bar or go to [the Strip] and a mega-nightclub, but there’s no place to find layers in one venue. It’s like the perfect movie. If you can laugh, cry and be scared and go through all these emotions, that’s something we’re striving for.”

“We’re just excited to be able to create something that complements Vegas,” Mark adds. “It’s not like competing. I think we’re all elevating these different experiences for people to enjoy and we’re hoping to do something that fills a void people are looking for.”