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虽然Omnia Las Vegas成立的时间并不长–它在2015年3月举行了备受期待的盛大开幕式–但它肯定已经成为了这条街上最令人垂涎的俱乐部之一。这也是有充分理由的：它的EDM DJ阵容星光熠熠，接待了Afrojack、Calvin Harris、Martin Garrix和Tiesto等超级巨星，加上最先进的舒适设施，保证你在Omnia度过一个难忘的夜晚。
奢华的Omnia体验从一进门就开始了–迎接您的是一个巨大的、最先进的灯光系统，它笼罩着宽阔的舞池，并向整个主俱乐部区域发出美丽的光瀑。在四层楼高的屋顶下，您会被一束束变幻莫测的灯光所包围，照亮Omnia的其他建筑奇迹。让我们从高耸入云的65英尺天花板穹顶开始，穹顶上有一盏22,000磅重的动感吊灯。但俱乐部真正的核心是由8个同心圆组成，其中的制作元素包括戏剧性的灯光效果、视频项目和LED灯，在整个晚上都会发生变化。不喜欢EDM？更喜欢嘻哈？想找个地方放松一下？没问题：Heart of Omnia是Omnia内的一个独立房间，里面有一位嘻哈DJ。此外，在楼上你会发现一个屋顶露台，那里有自己的DJ，一般会播放更多的冷酷音乐，让你感受一下。除非你在主厅，否则你是听不到主DJ的声音的，所以不用担心会被打扰。不幸的是，Omnia的桌子并不便宜，但嘿–你不能给乐趣贴上价格标签。
XS at the Wynn的设计灵感来自于人体曲线，它拥有一盏10英尺高的旋转吊灯和丰富的金、黑、棕色配色方案。别忘了它的惊人阵容：XS的常驻DJ包括Chainsmokers、David Guetta、Alesso、Major Lazer和Diplo等超级明星。此外，我们有没有提到，在夏季，XS在周日举办每周一次的夜游活动？相信我们，当我们说没有在XS的夜晚，拉斯维加斯之旅是不完整的：这是拉斯维加斯的地方。
拉斯维加斯的Marquee夜总会占地6万平方英尺，是向夜店之神致敬的地方，这里有能欣赏到拉斯维加斯壮丽景色的屋顶天井，有超强的泳池俱乐部，还有来自世界各地的顶级DJ。Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub展示了国际知名的驻场DJ，如Mustard、Benny Benassi、Oliver Heldens、Deorro、Timmy Trumpet和Alan Walker。
如果你还没有加入EDM的行列，不用担心–Marquee还提供 “Boom Box “作为Hip Hop房间，以及 “The Library”，一个低调的VIP休息室，如果你想更低调一些。巨大的玻璃幕墙可以俯瞰著名的拉斯维加斯大道，客人将享受到不同于其他场所的夜生活体验。
Drai’s Nightclub是新建成的Cromwell酒店的皇冠上的宝石，它提供了一个无与伦比的视野，涵盖了整个Strip和其他地方。由同名的夜生活大师Victor Drai设计，这个65,000平方英尺的场所提供了一个多感官的环境，将娱乐和服务提升到新的高度。一丝不苟的细节，巨大的LED照明系统和现代技术的融合，创造了一个感性的，多感官的体验，不同于其他在大道上。Drai’s夜总会拥有超过7,000平方英尺的最先进的LED灯和75个不同的室内和室外座位，可容纳2,500名客人。
Drai’s Nightclub最初是以EDM为主，但随着时间的推移，它已经转向嘻哈。Drai’s会定期举办活动，由Future、Ty Dolla $ign、Wiz Khalifa、Migos等嘻哈巨星现场表演。在没有表演者的夜晚 期待听到Hip Hop和Top 40音乐的混合。
位于米高梅大酒店，拥有巨大的LED屏幕、强烈的灯光秀和世界级的表演者，Hakkasan是拉斯维加斯夜生活的皇冠上的宝石。它的场地占地8万平方英尺，有五层舞池、休息室和餐厅。前两层是主餐厅，提供国际知名行政主厨何志文的精致粤菜。再上一层到三楼，你会发现凌凌酒廊和凌凌厅的舞池和酒廊面积超过10,000平方英尺。Ling Ling Room的DJ播放嘻哈音乐；主厅几乎都是EDM/house音乐。
最上面两层是主夜总会和上层阳台，驻场DJ Tiesto和Calvin Harris经常在这里转播。其他常驻DJ包括Tiesto、Steve Aoki、Martin Garrix、Zedd等大牌DJ。舞池的布置是为了给夜店的客人提供最大的享受，这里有许多VIP桌，呈半圆形排列，面向DJ台，让每张桌子都能看到DJ的身影。毫无疑问，Hakkasan是拉斯维加斯最豪华、最独特的俱乐部之一，一定要来这里看看。
EBC at Night在整个夏天都会有夜游活动，它将Encore海滩俱乐部最好的一面带到了夜生活现场。EBC at Night的前身是Surrender，它的特色是三间设备齐全的酒吧、舞池边的VIP包厢、泳池边的小屋和日间床，以及供华丽的Go-Go舞者使用的脱衣舞杆。最重要的是，俱乐部的主吧台守护着一条巨大的绿眼蛇，看守着俱乐部的客人，暗示着诱人的酒水和罪恶之城本身的诱惑。
当您准备好在户外举行派对时，EBC at Night也能满足您的需求。室外区域提供池畔贵宾桌、两层的小屋、亭子、沙发、平房和充足的空间，让您随心所欲地跳舞。完整的棕榈树装饰，空间提供了更休闲、更冷清的氛围。这里有26个小屋，设施齐全，包括平板电视和俯瞰拉斯维加斯大道的阳台。在冬季，一个气候控制的穹顶覆盖了泳池区域。
EBC at Night的常驻DJ包括Chainsmokers、Diplo、Alesso、David Guetta、Kygo、Major Lazer等国际明星。根据DJ和当晚的情况，演出内容可能包括更多的Hip-Hop、dubstep、trap和dirty EDM；请务必对当晚的DJ进行调查。 这是另一个我们通常提供嘉宾名单的场地，所以如果你想获得免费或折扣门票，一定要去Discotech看看!
正如你可能已经从它的名字中猜到了，Light at Mandalay结合了创新的灯光、声音/特效和令人难以置信的音乐，创造了一个独一无二的夜生活体验。Light是有史以来第一家以太阳马戏团为特色的夜总会，面积达38,000平方英尺，以独家打造的表演元素为特色，包括前卫的服装和独特的编舞，让您度过一个难忘的夜晚。驻场艺术家包括嘻哈明星E-40。
近年来，Light已经偏离了EDM人才；根据夜晚的情况，音乐可能是房子和嘻哈的混合。在计划行程时，一定要做好对DJ的研究! 如果您想在预算内参加派对，您可以使用我们的优惠代码 “DISCO “来节省预售门票，或者您可以在我们的嘉宾名单上注册，以获得免费的提前入场。
周四至周六开放，TAO是A级名人、体育明星和美食鉴赏家经常光顾的地方。这家夜总会有Snoop Dogg和Jermaine Dupri等人气DJ，还有创意节目。需要注意的是，TAO并不是一家纯粹的EDM俱乐部，主厅播放的是前40名、EDM和Hip-Hop的混合音乐，而大厅下的Opium Room则更多地迎合了Hip-Hop爱好者的需求。那些寻找只属于EDM俱乐部的人应该避开。使用优惠代码DISCO可以在购票时节省5美元!
向所有音乐致敬，On the Record是洛杉矶双胞胎Jonnie和Mark Houston在Park MGM开设的一家新夜总会。Houstons的目标是创造一种城市中任何其他夜总会都无法提供的夜生活体验，它有一个音乐商店的入口，卡拉OK室，地下酒吧，带双层巴士的天井，供DJ，客座调酒师和舞池。该场所位于公园美高梅的公园剧场对面，入口横跨两层。
一进门，夜店的客人就可以前往地下酒吧的门，通往一个11,000平方英尺的空间，里面配备了扬声器、电视屏幕和卡带，带来一种复古的氛围。然后，客人们可以参观三个卡拉OK室之一，走到天井，与那辆双层巴士一起，或者前往主厅，那里有一个由老式劳斯莱斯改装而成的DJ台。不要忘了客厅空间里的壁炉和黑胶唱片客厅，客座调酒师会在这里调制特色饮料。如果你正在寻找新的和独特的俱乐部体验，一定要去On the Record看看（以及我们的免费客人名单优惠）。
所以，DJ开始在你所在的俱乐部结束，但派对还没有结束，毕竟，夜晚还很年轻。这是我们很多人在某一时刻都遇到过的老难题。那么，你该怎么办呢？我们有一个解决方案：去Cromwell的Drai’s After Hours看看。这家俱乐部位于巴巴里海岸最初开张的地下；寻找标有金色电梯的地方，有一个身穿红宝石裙的女人曲线玲珑的身体，带你下到场地。
如果你想在Strip找寻下班后的乐趣，这里就是你要去的地方。Drai’s 充分利用下班后的一切俏皮事，深入挖掘，给你带来与众不同的俱乐部体验。Drai’s在1997年开创了 “after-hours “的深夜概念，提供了一个私密而独特的场所，派对一直持续到天亮（场地开放到上午10点）。Drai’s有两个独立的房间：一个播放hip-hop，一个播放EDM。要注意的是：当这里偶尔变得非常繁忙时，你可能需要支付额外的封面费用才能进入嘻哈房间。但是，嘿，为了享受美好时光，这是值得的。
当然，您将不得不浏览线条，门口的收益以及内部的抢钱场景。 请记住，如果您看起来不像21世纪的Superfly版本，那就别忘了通过着装测试了。 但是拉斯维加斯提供的夜总会体验是无与伦比的-您投入的才是真正的回馈。 因此，抓住您最好的朋友，装满钱包，准备好一个永远不会忘记的夜晚！
Las Vegas Nightclubs FAQ
拉斯维加斯的俱乐部通常在10:00和10:30 PM之间开放。 如果您想避免排队，我们建议您在晚上10:00之前到达。
拉斯维加斯的夜总会通常关闭什么时间拉斯维加斯的关闭时间取决于夜晚的忙碌程度。 如果聚会仍在进行，他们可以迟到5到6 AM。 但是在较慢的夜晚，聚会可以在3 AM到4 AM结束。
头条新闻DJ通常在12:30 AM和1:30 AM之间的任何时间播放。
盘后时段最受欢迎的节目之一是克伦威尔（Drom）的克雷威尔（Drai）盘后时段。 这场传奇的狂欢派对直到1:30 AM才开放，通常要到8-9 AM。
着装得体！ 这意味着男士们需要领衬衫，漂亮的牛仔裤和正装鞋。 如果您要使用瓶装服务，可以多买点东西（西装外套+ T恤等）。 女孩子可以穿得整整齐齐，但是请记住，其他所有女孩子都将穿着高跟鞋和连衣裙，相比之下，您的着装会很糟糕。
我们建议您在假期周末和知名DJ（Alesso，Kaskade，Chainsmokers，Tiesto，Calvin Harris等）购买门票。 工单行通常比来宾列表更快和更短。
Can guys get into clubs in Vegas?
如果您在嘉宾名单上并参加平均比例的派对（至少男女人数相同），男生通常可以免费入场。 您将需要提前注册来宾列表，并在一定时间之前到达。 伙计们还可以获得瓶装服务或购买门票。
当前，最受欢迎的EDM DJ最受欢迎的俱乐部是Omnia，XS，Marquee和Hakkasan。 最热门的嘻哈俱乐部是Drai’s和Light。
一些俱乐部在客人名单上为女士提供免费饮料票（Light，Chateau，EBC at Night，XS），另一些则在特定时间之前为女士免费提供露天酒吧（Marquee）。 一般来说，如果您是男生，几乎不可能获得免费饮料。
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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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.
Going eleven years strong, XS at the Wynn Encore Hotel is still undeniably the King of Clubs. Regarded by many as one of the most luxurious nightclubs on Earth, XS continues to rack up five-star rankings and plenty of adoration from club goers with its 40,000 feet of sprawling dance floor, outdoor patio, and pool area. The venue offers over 70 VIP tables inside and another 80+ tables outdoors, providing a flexible range of price options if you are looking for that VIP experience.
With a design inspired by the curves of the human body, XS at the Wynn features a 10-foot rotating chandelier and a rich gold, black and brown color scheme. And let’s not forget about its amazing lineup: resident DJs at XS include superstars like The Chainsmokers, David Guetta, Alesso, Major Lazer, and Diplo. Also, did we mention that during the summer, XS hosts a weekly nightswim on Sundays? Trust us when we say a Vegas trip is not complete without a night at XS: this is one of the best nightclubs in Vegas.
Marquee Las Vegas is a 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.
Pro-tip: Discotech usually offers a free or discounted guest list to Marquee Nightclub, so be sure to check it out and save some dough.
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.
Located in the MGM Grand and featuring giant LED screens, intense light shows, and world-class performers, Hakkasan is Las Vegas nightlife’s crown jewel. Its venue features a sprawling 80,000 square feet and five levels of dance floors, lounges and restaurants. The first two levels house the main restaurant, which serves exquisite Cantonese cuisine from internationally-renowned executive chef Ho Chee Boon. Go up a floor to the third-floor and you’ll find over 10,000 square feet of dance floor and lounge in the Ling Ling Lounge and the Ling Ling Room. Ling Ling Room DJs play hip-hop music; the main room is almost always EDM/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.
Zouk Las Vegas offers a unique environment and has been pushing the frontiers of dance music since its creation. This 26,060 square ft nightclub is considered to be one of the most technologically advanced nightclub in Las Vegas and can hold 2,160 people. Hosting some of the biggest names in the industry, you can expect to hear music from Tiesto, Zedd, and other top tier artists through the ground shattering sound system.
After the massive success of the now iconic Singaporean nightclub, Zouk opened a new location in Las Vegas and is a part of the new Resorts World Las Vegas integrated resort (estimated to cost $4.3billion and called the “largest development in almost two decades”). Zouk is a wild ride from start to finish and is a brilliant option to up your nightlife game!
With nightswims throughout the summer, EBC at Night brings the best of Encore Beach Club to the nightlife scene. Formerly known as Surrender, 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. To top it off, the club’s main bar guards a massive, green-eyed serpent watching over clubbers, alluding to the tempting libations and the temptations of Sin City itself.
When you’re ready to take the party outside, EBC at Night has you covered too. The outdoor area provides poolside VIP tables, two levels of cabanas, booths, couches, bungalows and plenty of space for dancing wherever you’d like. Complete with palm tree decor, the space provides a more casual, chill 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 international stars like The Chainsmokers, Diplo, Alesso, David Guetta, Kygo, Major Lazer, and many more. Depending on the DJ and the night, the set might include more hip-hop, dubstep, trap, and dirty EDM; make sure to do your research on the DJ spinning that night. This is another venue that we usually offer a guest list for, so be sure to check out Discotech if you are looking to get free or discounted admission!
As you might have guessed from its name, Light at Mandalay combines innovative lighting, sound/special effects and incredible music to create a one-of-a-kind nightlife experience. Clocking in at 38,000 square feet, Light is the first-ever nightclub to feature Cirque du Soleil, and features exclusively built performance elements that include avant-garde costumes and unique choreography to leave you with a night you’ll never forget. Resident artists include hip-hop stars E-40 and Rick Ross.
In recent years Light has strayed from EDM talents; depending on the night, the music might be a mix of house and hip hop. Make sure you do your research on the DJ while planning your trip! If you are looking to party on a budget, you can use our promo code “DISCO” to save on pre-sale tickets, or you can sign up on our guest list for free early-bird admission.
Since opening in September of 2005, this Asian-themed dining and entertainment venue has consistently ranked amongst the top-grossing nightclubs in the world. The multi-faceted, 3-story “Asian City” houses a restaurant, banquet facilities, lounges, nightclub and beach at over 60,00 square feet; needless to say, you’ll never be short of things to do during your stay here. And don’t worry about fighting over where to eat; the restaurant’s extensive menu features culinary components from China, Japan, and Thailand sure to please everyone.
Open Thursday – Saturday, TAO is a frequent hot-spot for A-list celebrities, sports stars, and culinary connoisseurs. This nightclub hosts popular DJs such as Snoop Dogg and Jermaine Dupri, as well as 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 hall is catered more towards hip-hop fans. Those of you looking for EDM-only clubs should steer clear. Use promo code DISCO to save $5 on your ticket purchases!
So, the DJ’s starting to wind down at the club you’re at but the party’s not over yet; after all, the night’s still young. It’s the age-old dilemma many of us have encountered at one point or another. So, what do you do? We’ve got a solution: check out Drai’s After Hours in The Cromwell. The club is located underground where it originally opened in the Barbary Coast; look for the gold elevator marked with the curvaceous body of a woman in a ruby red dress to take you down to the venue.
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 continues until past sunrise (the venue is open until 10 AM). Drai’s features two separate rooms: one playing hip-hop and one playing EDM. Be warned: on occasion when the place gets really busy you may have to pay an extra cover charge to get into the hip-hop room. But hey, 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?
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.
A Boogie wit da Hoodie, is an American rapper, singer, and songwriter. He is signed to his own label, Highbridge the Label, and Atlantic Records.
He is best known for his singles “Numbers” which peaked at number 23 on the Billboard Hot 100, “Look Back at It” which peaked at number 27, and “Drowning” which peaked at number 38. His debut studio album, The Bigger Artist, was released on September 29, 2017 and debuted at number four on the Billboard 200 chart. He released his second studio album, Hoodie SZN, on December 21, 2018, and it became his first number one album on the Billboard 200. He released his third studio album, Artist 2.0, on February 14, 2020, which debuted at number two on the Billboard 200.
A Boogie is capable of creating hits and singles on his own. He also has the talent of working with other great artists such as Chris Brown, Trey Songz, Kodak Black, 21 Savage, Nav, Tory Lanez and much more.
You can see A Boogie wit da Hoodie perform his hits at Tao in Las Vegas. You can find the list of upcoming events at Tao here.
See a full list of upcoming A Boogie wit da Hoodie shows here.
Without further ado, A Boogie wit da Hoodie’s top 5 tracks of all time:
5. A Boogie wit da Hoodie – Jungle
3. A Boogie wit da Hoodie ft. Kodak Black – Drowning
2. A Boogie wit da Hoodie – Look Back at It
1. A Boogie wit da Hoodie ft. 6ix9ine – Swervin
BONUS: A Boogie wit da Hoodie – Me and My Guitar
NYC. The glorious skyscrapped inhabited metropolis known for its giant buildings, 4am closing times, and excellent pizza. Today’s post focuses on those lovely places with 4am closing times that tend to play Hip Hop more then the other genre of music. So with that being said, let’s get to it!
Looking for the hottest clubs in New York City? See upcoming events sign up for guest list and book table service directly on the free Discotech Mobile App. Or reach out to our help line directly at 4157356716 – we can help you pick a spot for your next night out in NYC.
Inspired by the original LAVO in Las Vegas, LAVO New York Nightclub brings a downtown atmosphere with an uptown awareness. Located in midtown, the state-of-the-art venue is a nightlife hot spot brought to you by the creators of the world-famous TAO Asian Bistro in NYC, TAO Las Vegas, TAO Beach and Marquee Dayclub & Nightclub in Las Vegas. The club comes equipped with bottle service as well as top DJs spinning your favorite tracks all night long.
Designed with a multi-layer approach, the venue is ideal for both after dinner entertaining and late night debauchery. The intimate, yet energetic dance floor is anchored by an elevated DJ booth, home to some of the most recognized DJs in the world. Two full-service bars and decadent banquette seating complete this space. Still interested? Cick upcoming events at LAVO NY to see who’s performing!
Fo those who have spent years absorbing life lessons from “Entourage,” PH-D is Xanadu: a glittering room full of celebrities, beautiful women and cresting credit-card bills. The nightclub, which opened in June on the roof of the Dream Downtown hotel, is the latest from the impresarios behind Marquee, Tao and other successful playgrounds for the well heeled.
The crowd is a testament to the timeless compatibility of wealth and attractiveness. PH-D is filled of men in business-casual attire and women who rarely spend weekdays in an office. Like tipsy flamingos, models weave around the room and dance on couches. At a recent one of the popular Tuesday night parties, a few craned over Wilmer Valderrama, an actor from “That ’70s Show,” who shared bottles of vodka with fellow patrons and rapped along with Jay-Z records. Later that week, Edward Norton and Woody Harrelson stopped in, perhaps reminiscing about “The People vs. Larry Flynt.”
Getting inside PH-D is no easy feat. With a max capacity of 400, table reservations are your best bet. Everyone else is left to the mercy of the doorman after 9:30 p.m. The emphasis is on table service, but more-frugal customers can lurk at the bar. Thriftiness is relative as specialty cocktails are priced $18, and with tax and tip automatically added to the bill, a Jameson on the rocks quickly surpasses $21. Click upcoming events at PH-D to see what’s happening at this venue this weekend!
After passing through an anteroom, 1Oak patrons find themselves in an expansive room with a ceiling of raw oak slats and a zigzagging black-and-white floor that sets an El Morocco tone. The room is divided by a central black lacquered bar doling out $20 mixed drinks, surrounded by a VIP-type area with VIP tables, a roaring fireplace and giant artwork by Roy Nachum of a nude flanked by buffalo.
Beyond that area is an outdoor smoking lounge partially enclosed by mirrored walls. Ostrich-leather banquettes line underlit brick walls covered by metallic gold curtains, offsetting a bizarre centerpiece—another large artwork of a young blindfolded boy with two horses. In the front of the room there is a DJ podium outfitted with what looks and sounds like a very pricey sound system and in the back, risers for those happy to sit without silver Dom Pérignon buckets in front of them. Click upcoming events at 1Oak to see who’s performing!
Tucked away within the grandeur of Tao Downtown’s restaurant is a hidden gem, what many refer to as the “in the know” oasis called Tao Downtown Nightclub. Separate from the restaurant, the 2500 sq foot drinks-only lounge has kept a low-key profile attracting VIPs and celebrities for late night/wee-hour cocktails, music and dancing.
Many people don’t even know a nightclub exists, as it is tucked away in the corner of the huge Tao complex, away from the dining area. The club is found one stair down and it’s so intimate and dark, it almost feels like a speak-easy. Tao Downtown Nightclub is one of the Meatpacking hotspots these days for those in the know, and it can be tricky to get in on weekends. It is important to note that dining at the restaurant does not guarantee entry into the club. Reserve your table here or click upcoming events at Tao Downtown to sign up for Guest List and catch your favorite DJ!
In January 2013, Marquee New York, the legendary Chelsea nightclub that defined New York nightlife, reopened as an internationally acclaimed music destination, attracting the most in-demand DJs and live acts. Marquee has evolved into a pimped out warehouse with 28 ft. ceilings, industrial design accents, and new features including chandeliers constructed from functioning microphones, a top-tier Funktion-One Soundsystem, a custom-built DJ booth, and floor-to-ceiling LED walls. Looking to reserve a table? Click here for table options and reservations at Marquee NY.
By hosting a diverse array of world-class artists, the mega-club is seen as a trendsetter that fuses strongly impassioned and knowledgeable music fans with VIPs in a remarkable environment. Previously opening its doors to underground luminaries such as Dubfire and Nic Fanciulli, and the leading-edge Progressive House and Trance maestros like David Guetta, Tiesto, and Gareth Emery, it will only continue to feature a refined balance of the most premier acts. Marquee New York is truly a revolutionary establishment that is certainly in a vanguard of it’s own. Click upcoming event at Marquee NY so not to miss your favorite DJ!
Those who know Webster Hall solely as the roomy host to ascendant indie-acts and faded legends alike will be surprised to hear that the faux-marbled space doubles as a real-life night club featuring cover-charged theme parties and big-name DJ sets. The four-story, 40,000 square foot space includes a main stage is lined with balcony space on either end, as well as a few amenities and extras which include an underground coat check, a large back-area bar, the 600-capacity Marlin Room, and the Studio at Webster Hall, a smaller venue-within-a-venue with an intimate atmosphere.
Attendees are usually too entranced by the spinning stage lights and gothic chandeliers to notice the multi-culti hieroglyphic hode-podge lining the venue’s wall; the upstairs unisex bathroom – complete with checkered, hop-style design and blackboard walls and chalk sticks on string to encourage scrawled musings from stall occupants – is harder to ignore. Most importantly, the house sound system’s crisp low end refuses to be ignored, probably thanks to a recent $1 million upgrade. Click upcoming events at Webster Hall to see who’s performing!
At the Sundance Film Festival, stars can be found on the big screen, on Main Street, and in the club — specifically one in particular. The annual Tao Park City late-night pop-up, presented by Tequila Don Julio, will celebrate it’s 12th anniversary this year with a brand-new space, one that heralds a certain benchmark of success for the offshoot of the celebrity watering hole. Bottle service of course, is available – book in advance on the Discotech app.
Tao and its original outposts (which include locations in New York City and Las Vegas, and venues Marquee, LAVO and Avenue) have become beacons for celebrities during the wee hours, and the Tao Park City pop-up, which will move from The Lift to a space called The Yard, is no exception.
“There’s nowhere else to go late at night. We fill a specific void,” explains co-owner Noah Tepperberg, who owns Tao Hospitality with his partners Rich Wolf, Jason Strauss and Marc Packer. “People don’t want to go home at 1 a.m. They want to hang out; they want to do business. We host influential and well-connected people.”
Tepperberg isn’t kidding: Over the past 12 years, since Tao Park City has expanded from a ticketed concert series to a private event, their exclusive guest list has attracted the best of the best of Sundance, including Pharrell, Maroon 5 and 50 Cent (who all performed in the early days of the pop-up), Zoe Kravitz, Diplo, Lil Jon and Nick and Joe Jonas. Those lucky enough to get into what is commonly referred to as “the parking garage” in the past, have been able to see intimate moments between celebrities such as Aubrey O’Day bouncing up and down on CeeLo Green’s lap; Margot Robbie locking lips with Alexander Skaarsgard; and Shialene Woodley dancing on a table top. Nas, Rick Ross and Kaskade have all performed as the clock ticked past 1 a.m.
The new space, The Yard, will be over 10,000 square feet and be able to accommodate approximately 100 more people than The Lift. The new space has been custom-built off-site and shipped in from California and Las Vegas. “We just outgrew it again,” explained Tepperberg.
Use promo code DISCO at TaoLasVegas.com to get $5 off each ticket for the New Years Eve event at Tao Nightclub with Gucci Mane.
There will not be a guestlist for this event – it will be bottle service and tickets only.
Enjoy heavily passed hors d’oeuvres from 9pm – midnight and indulge in a premium open bar from 9pm – 11pm. As the countdown to midnight begins, partygoers will raise a glass of complimentary champagne to toast to the New Year.
This is going to be a 100% sold out night so buy your tickets now. We also recommend arriving EARLY – the club opens at 9. If you don’t want to wait in lines we recommend arriving by 8:30.
Table service for this night starts 1500 for 8 guests in the Buddha Room (not the main room) – main room tables start at $1500 for 6 guests in the back.
Before achieving widespread success, most rappers are forced to endure a series of hardships. But few have gone through the same kind of trials and tribulations that Gucci Mane has. Despite the pitfalls, Gucci Mane takes each moment in stride, both playfully and insightful.
After building up a solid buzz in the South in the early 2000s thanks to the overwhelming success of his infectious 2003 club anthem, “Icy,” featuring fellow up-and-coming Southern rapper Young Jeezy, Gucci Mane caught an attempted murder charge during a much-publicized beef with Jeezy and had to serve a year in prison. Upon his return, he released his debut album, Trap House, his stellar sophomore project, Hard To Kill, and his 2007 major label debut, Back To The Trap House, before eventually being forced to serve another year-long prison sentence for a probation violation stemming from a 2005 incident.
But Gucci Mane wouldn’t let a second major legal battle stop his movement. Instead, he jumped into the studio for days at a time before his sentence started and recorded dozens of songs that he eventually released through his So Icey Entertainment and 1017 Brick Squad Records imprints while he was incarcerated to help keep his name alive in the streets. It worked, and by the time Gucci Mane was released in March 2009, his buzz was better than ever and he immediately started recording songs for what would become his second major label album, The State Vs. Radric Davis.
By late 2009, the album was finished. Featuring the smash singles, “Wasted,” and “Spotlight,” featuring Usher, The State Vs. Radric Davis was shaping up to be the biggest release of Gucci Mane’s career. While he had already enjoyed plenty of success in the South and routinely made thousands of dollars for performing at shows every night, the album was projected to move him into the upper echelon of rap. He looked like he was primed to end the year on a positive note. Unfortunately, he had one more hurdle to clear—and it was a big one.
In November 2009, just a few weeks before the album hit stores, Gucci Mane found himself getting thrown behind bars again for breaking the terms of his probation. It was devastating for his fans, his followers and, most importantly, himself. “Unfortunately, my incarceration also came at a pivotal point in my career, just as my first major label album was dropping,” Gucci Mane admitted later. “I was forced to miss what should have been one of the proudest moments of my life.”
He didn’t let those moments go to waste, though. While in prison serving a one-year sentence, Gucci Mane wrote rhymes constantly, stayed in touch with his Brick Squad affiliates Waka Flocka Flame and DJ Holiday and set the stage for his return by releasing an official mixtape, The Burrrprint 2 HD, in March, which moved more than 15,000 units in its’ first week in stores. All of this prepared Gucci Mane to get back on his grind when he released from prison in May.
Buying presale tickets at Tao Beach ensures that you’ll get in – ticket holders also get expedited entry.
You can book table service for Tao Beach directly on our free mobile app!
“Everyone has a story about that space.”
That’s how Paul Goldstein summarizes people’s reactions to his mention of the iconic, 126-year-old building that sits on the corner of Dearborn and Ontario, which has previously housed trendy (and not so trendy) nightclubs, from Castle to Excalibur.
Goldstein is a partner of Tao Group, the uber-successful clubstaurant company that is gearing up to open an extravagant destination in the granite-clad structure. Given that a certain generation of Chicagoans engaged in much debauchery there, the property is a fitting home for this new venture.
The group likes to fill vacant but storied buildings with new life (Tao Uptown in New York, for one, is in a former movie theater that was originally built as stables for the Vanderbilt family). The Chicago property, landmarked in 1997, exemplifies this affinity. Tao has restored the entire building, embarking on an extensive gut rehab. Workers have removed most of the interior floors to create a dramatic 34,000-square-foot restaurant and nightclub with soaring ceilings, akin to Tao Group’s other glamorous venues in New York, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles.
Filled with Asian art and antiques, the new Tao Chicago will be a hopping, see-and-be-seen spot. Its chefs will prepare dishes representing a variety of East Asian and Southeast Asian cuisines, including Chinese, Japanese, and Thai (don’t use the word “fusion” to describe this; executive chef Mike Armstrong hates it). The menu will incorporate favorites from other Tao locations: the decadent tuna Pringle, for instance, a chip-shaped wonton draped with thinly sliced premium tuna, heirloom tomato, and truffle, is coming over from LA. But it will also feature new dishes unique to Chicago, like a kampachi sashimi served with fried olives, pea shoots, and a hajikami vinaigrette. Tao Chicago will also offer an expanded selection of steaks because, as Goldstein puts it, “the clientele here is more meat-focused.”
Tao Chicago is preparing to open in late September. A tip: if you venture in early, you’ll be rewarded with 20 percent off everything for the first two weeks.
Only time will tell if Chicago will embrace this massive clubstaurant, but Tao Group is doing its best to make the space feel like a genuine part of this city. Its partners have spent months eating at local restaurants, observing what works here (approachable but impeccable service, complicated and challenging food) and what doesn’t (anything that seems too exclusive).
As a result, Chicago will have a slightly different feel than Tao’s New York and LA locations. As Goldstein says, “LA and New York are sometimes more ‘velvet rope,’ more difficult to get in, but we think in Chicago, it’s important to be inclusive, to be part of things. There are no VIP rooms, there is no behind the curtains.”
It’s hard to imagine that getting a reservation at Tao will be easy, but at least you probably won’t have to bribe the bouncer to make it inside.