Top 13 Las Vegas Nightclubs for 2021
As the world experiences the unprecedented impact of Covid-19, closer to home, the pandemic has severely affected the hospitality and entertainment industry in Las Vegas. Our once vibrant and thriving day life and nightlife business came to a complete halt, and while some clubs have reimagined themselves to accommodate a limited number of patrons and keep some of their staff employed in an effort to survive, for the time being, it's just not the same.
Las Vegas nightclubs are hoping to rise from a tumultuous year, and for 2021 we have some good, some bad, and some ugly. Let's start with the good news first. There is a new nightclub on the horizon, and the venue looks legit. Now, I don't want you to get too excited, as in recent years several clubs have come and gone in a short amount of time. Let's refresh your memory. Does anyone remember Life at SLS? They had big names like Steve Angello and the late great Erick Morillo. The club was opened nine months during the busy season and failed miserably.
The next "failure" was more recent. Our friends at Stations Casinos took over the Palms and did a massive remodel of the pool and the old Rain space. Kaos lasted nine months through one busy season and failed with insane multi-millions in losses and scandals that ousted Alex Cordova, the top VP out at Wynn Nightlife.
Let's say I am slightly leery of the "new kid" in town. Yes, Resorts World is bigger and better than the Palms and the dismantled SLS, but that does not guarantee success. I know Ronn Nicolli, formally with Wynn Nightlife, and Kaos' VP is now VP of Zouk Group in the US. I am unsure what role Ronn played in the ridiculous and over-priced DJ contracts that sunk Kaos, but I know he has been in the game for a long-time and likely learned from the defunct club's mistakes, so expect the management team to be top-notch.
The good news is that Resorts World will open in 2021, and Zouk Nightclub and Ayu Dayclub pool party will be a big deal and likely the place to be for the "hot crowd."
The bad news is I hear Light is not going to make it through the pandemic. It's sad for us; Light was one of our best bottle package clubs, and you could get the big Vegas Club feel for a fraction of the cost compared to the other big clubs. Let's have a moment of silence for Light.
The ugly news is the apparent dismantling of the Hakkasan Group, likely another huge casualty of the virus. Rumor has it that TAO Group is in discussions to purchase Omnia, and Wet Republic; and Hakkasan, Jewel, and Liquid will be going back to the MGM management group. This group's demise will likely have a massive ripple effect when it comes to shifts in talent booking. Hakkasan Group had a foothold on guys like Tiesto, Martin Garrix, and Calvin Harris.
Currently, there are several unanswered questions:
Q. When will the pandemic end and clubs fully open? A. We don't know.
Q. What will DJs be playing where? A. We don't know for sure.
Q. Will there be a guest list? A. We don't know for sure.
Q. Are the Clubs good in Vegas? A. They are not good with Covid restrictions.
We can only hope and pray 🙏 that we see some widespread distribution of the vaccine by March and maybe get the green light in April or May, but that may be wishful thinking. We don't have a crystal ball to help us predict the future, but we do have hope and the drive to deliver the best experience possible when you come to Sin City.
In this Ultimate Guide to Las Vegas Nightclubs for 2021, I will go over all the details you need to know when things come back
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Coming in at the top of my list for 2021 and beyond is XS at Encore. There are so many things I love about this club. The layout is perfect – a fantastic inside and gorgeous outside. The music is mainly EDM, and the volume is not too loud – I like to meet people and carry on a conversation.XS has some of the best talent in the city. With residents like Drake, The Chainsmokers, and David Guetta, you can always look forward to a great party on Fridays and Saturdays. On Sundays, keep an eye out for the XS Night Swim from May until September, one of the best parties in the world.
Omnia is #2 on the list and not at the top because, as we mentioned above, the club is rumored to be changing hands, and we don't know who will be on the talent roster. I know TAO in Chicago gets some bigger names, but Vegas is a unique market, and the dynamics are shifting. I am pretty sure TAO will now compete with the Zouk Group, Wynn Nightlife, and MGM Group for the big ten or "big draw" DJs, we will have to see. The club itself is super sexy with the best main room in town. They also have a large Hip Hop room called the "Heart of Omnia," and a beautiful terrace outside that overlooks the iconic Las Vegas Strip. At Omnia, there is something for everyone with three amazing clubs in one, no matter who headlines the main show.
Ladies and gentlemen, we have a new mega-club in the line-up for 2021, and coming in strong at #3 on our list is Zouk Nightclub. At the time of this writing, the venue has yet to open, and details are sparse. However, we know it's at the brand-new Resorts World, with a sister Dayclub. They seem to be sparing little expense and are talking about being "technologically-advanced." So our best guess is the new VP of Zouk Group US, Ronn Nicolli, and the team will bring in some heavy hitter DJs for 2021. The momentum might shift in Vegas from XS and Omnia to Zouk. Or we might have another flop like Kaos. Time will tell. Ronn has worked for XS and Kaos, so our best guess is that he has learned from past failures.
If you are looking for Hip Hop music, then Drai's Nightclub will be #1 on the list. The big electronic dance music guys still overshadow the one or two Hip Hop artists in town each weekend. Not to discredit this party, it's freaking lit 🔥, and management knows how to create a vibe that will have every EDM lover dancing. Some of the big acts are Migos and Meek Mill, and just about every Friday and Saturday you will find a headliner. Sundrais is a great Hip Hop "locals" party, and Thursdays during the summer months, you can catch the "night swim" chaos. We love this party and if you want the best Hip Hop party on the planet – with one of the best rooftop views in Vegas – make sure you join us here!
Hakkasan Nightclub I hold close to my heart since they moved me out here to help open the place. Supposedly this club was the largest, most-expensive club in the world when it was built back in 2013. Not sure of the validity of that statement, but the place is undoubtedly a mega-club. The venue itself at the MGM Grand has five stories, with Floors 1 and 2 being Hakkasan Restaurant. On level 3 is the Ling Ling lounge and Ling Ling Club, mainly known as the Hip Hop Floor. On the 4th and 5th floors, you will find the main room, pavilion, and mezzanine. The main artist will perform in the main room under a new Hakkasan grid made of 57, 4-foot seamless and sculptural triangles that in unison provide some fantastic light shows. It's a great club and not in year eight, which makes filling the place difficult on some nights with heavy competition in town. You will find a party here Thursday to Sunday; however, some nights, they might only have the main room open.
Coming in mid-list is Jewel Nightclub. Jewel, in the Aria City Center Complex, is a well-done remodel built by the soon-to-be dismantled Hakkasan Group from the club formally known as Haze. In any city in the country, including Miami, this would be the best club in town by a mile, but the issue in Vegas is that there are bigger and better clubs. No matter how awesome the 24,000 feet of LED heaven is, the club can't compare to Omnia, Zouk, and XS. When they have mid-level DJ talent, expect a big night. If a resident DJ headlines, you might want to look up the list a bit. Their industry party is on Mondays, and that is always a good call!
Another club with a great sound and lighting system is Marquee Nightclub at the Cosmopolitan. About 12 years ago, XS and Marquee battled it out for the top spot in Vegas. XS is still up there due to its size and talent roster. Marquee has faded a bit mainly because the main room is too small to go insane on expensive talent, and the prime table is not as big and roomy as the other mega-venues. The TAO Group operates this venue and has an ear for mid-level artists who are up-and-coming. They have recognizable headliners on the EDM side like Dash Berlin and DJ Mustard on the Hip Hop side. You will have to check the events tab to see who will be gracing the decks on your weekend, but one thing is for sure – the main room is always busy and offers a fantastic party.
TAO Nightclub in the Venetian is another club I have a long history with – back in the day; I promoted the late-great Erick Morillo at TAO parties on Labor Day and Memorial Day weekends. These were legendary events, but now TAO Group management books mainly Open-Format SKAM artists. The talented DJs play a mix of Top 40, Hip Hop, and EDM – something to please everyone.
Ladies, TAO has an open bar early in the night to help fill the room. Being an older club, they have to put out some tactics to make sure it's busy. Guys, we have some great bottle deals, and tipsy females fill the room early. It sounds like a good party to me.
Encore Beach at Night
Encore Beach Club is our top pool party. During the summer months on Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday, they host Encore Beach at Night. Weather permitting, this is a night swim party with bikinis, splashing, and pool toys. Management brings in the occasional big hitter like Diplo and Kygo, but mainly you will find a trap-house artist like R.L. Grime and Elephante. It's a wild party that has cooled off a bit in recent years, but there is something to be said for being at a mega-pool under the stars in the warm desert heat.
Our best deal club on the list is Chateau Nightclub. This centrally-located, outdoor terrace club resides in the Paris Resort Hotel & Casino. When I say, "deal club," I am referring to deals on bottle service, and here you will find the best in town for a mainstream club. When the weather is nice, Chateau is a perfect place to dance under the Eiffel Tower and the star-lit sky. The music genre is Open Format but leans a little more on the Hip Hop side. Come for the view of the Strip and the Bellagio Fountains across the street and stay for the party; you will have a great time at this club!
One the Record
A new edition since 2019, On The Record is at the recently remodeled, smoke-free Park MGM. The design is retro-chic with plenty of "back in the day" memorabilia. The club boasts a wall of old TVs, old boom boxes, old cassettes, and a DJ booth made out of an old Rolls Royce's front end. Some other cool features are the private karaoke rooms, a private record parlor room, the pinball machine section, and patio that interestingly boasts a red double-decker vintage bus as a bar. If you think this doesn't sound like your average club, you're right; it's better. With the DJ spinning Open Format music, with some live performances mixed in, On The Record seems almost too good to be true. We highly recommend a stop here on your trip, if anything, just to see how cool and unique it is!
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Drai's After Hours
Good ole Drai's After Hours in the basement of The Cromwell Hotel has always been a great party. Some of you might remember Bill's Gambling Hall and the legendary tech-house parties that used to go down at the original after hours. What a party that was, but things have moved on, and back around 2015, a new renovation gave this After Hours new life with several years of tech-house on the larger side and Hip Hop on the small side. Then Hip Hop started to take over as the main club upstairs became the main feeder, and for a couple of years, the set up was Hip Hop on the larger side and tech-house on the small side. Recently, Hip Hop eventually took over the entire venue. Drai's After Hours is a good Hip Hop party, a perfect stop from the mega-club upstairs. If you want a tech-house party, then check out the Terrace Afterhours below.
Troy Liquor Bar
Last but not least is a Fremont Street venue called Troy Liquor Bar at the Golden Nugget Hotel. Their claim to fame is that they are the "only true nightclub" in old Vegas. One of the few places to offer bottle service in that area until Circa came along in 2020 – the first new resort in the area in 40 years shifted the balance of power for sure, and having an adults-only mega-resort and casino will attract more people to the area and give Troy a boost in business. Troy has a cool terrace the sits under the Fremont Street Experience LED wall. The setup reminds me of a penthouse location on Bourbon Street during Mardi Gras. The music will be mainly Open Format. On Sunday, expect a popular "throwback" party with some '80s, '90s, and '00s. Come for a drink stay for the party.
Honorable Mention Nightclubs
There are several spots in Sin City worth noting not on the list above, and one is a brand-new Karaoke spot in the Palazzo called Kamu Karaoke. The venue is super-dope with 40+ custom made suites. There is no better Karaoke venue that I know of in the world.
Another hot spot is The Mayfair Supper Club – an excellent place for dinner and a show, but they are working on "Mayfair After Dark" to make it more of a nightclub after 11 PM. It will be interesting to see if they can pull it off in 2021.
The wild card in the bunch is the new Virgin Hotel, the old Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. They have been hush-hush on the details, so at this time, we don't know if they are going to have a party type of club and pool. They are set to open early-mid 2021, and they might surprise us!
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Apex Social Club
Apex Social Club opened with a bang in late 2018, right before the big brother club Kaos opened in the newly renovated Palms. Kaos flopped, and Apex was left holding the bag for the only place to go to the Palms. Now, that is not necessarily a bad thing, considering the old Ghost Bar went through a multi-million dollar renovation. The decor at Apex is swanky, and when they opened, they were bringing in models from LA by the busload, but unfortunately, those days have passed. You still get the brand new redesigned venue, an enviable view of the Las Vegas Strip, and some great bottle deals from the Strip's central west side, but the "models" who used to frequent are few and far between.
One less talked about and underrated party in the City of Sin is on Saturday nights only, and they kick-off after 2 AM. Terrace Afterhours is not a "mainstream" party. The genre is tech-house, and the majority of the crowd are the Las Vegas locals. This is not to say that our beloved tourists won't enjoy this wild and crazy party. I have introduced several groups to the open-air vibe, and they love it. The Terrace is on the rooftop of the world-famous Larry Flynt's Hustler Club. This party has always been on Saturday nights only, but organizer and friend Brett Rubin says in 2021, expect the madness to happen on Fridays after 2 AM as well. One other note is the rooftop doubles as the venue for the Kings of Hustler – a popular Male Strip Club, so ladies, we can set you up with some handsome "hunks" and then you can stay for the Afterhours.
Legacy Club at Circa
Another newcomer to our ultimate guide is the brand new Legacy Club at the brand new Circa Resort & Casino. With 500, 2 oz gold bars on display and an incredibly well-done design, this rooftop is moving up the charts. Management has kept the prices reasonable – more in line with the "Old Vegas" crowd than what you might find at a lounged on the Strip. A brand new rooftop, a brand new hotel, and reasonable drink and bottle prices; Yes, please!!
For many years, Foundation Room at Mandalay Bay has been a staple in the industry and an upscale spot with a great view. This venue is a Live Nation operated club and has a membership component. Membership gets you access to certain rooms and meet and greets with popular artists and bands who frequent the club after their performances at the House of Blues, which also happens to be in Mandalay Bay.
When I came to Sin City back in the early 2000s, VooDoo Rooftop hosted a pretty awesome after hours on Memorial Day Weekends. Those days have come and gone, but the timeless venue lives on in basically the same design since 1990! Who can argue with 30+ years of success; they must be doing something right. We do know the Chippendales male revue is right next door and the hundreds of ladies who attend the show get free admission to the VooDoo after-party with their ticket stub. More than likely, that's what keeps people coming back for more, or maybe it's the fantastic view of Las Vegas Skyline and the open-air patio perfect for a date night.
Honorable Mention Roof Tops
Skyfall is a lesser-known rooftop lounge at the Delano Hotel. Come for a drink and enjoy the view from inside or outside on the terrace. A classy-contemporary lounge is the best way to describe this venue.
Hyde Lounge in the T-Mobile Arena is not located on the rooftop – this 18,000 sq. ft. lounge is a unique viewing destination that extends over the Arena's general seating to provide incredible views of the events and the Las Vegas Strip – and it's only open when there is a concert or game, and you will need a ticket to get in. We have some great Golden Knights packages that include tickets and limo service.
107 Sky Lounge at The Strat
You can't miss the iconic Stratosphere Hotel (a.k.a. The Strat) when you hit town; it's like something out of a Jetson's cartoon. The odd-looking building is 107 stories and has an excellent lounge for views and libations. Did I mention the place spins around at a snail's pace so you can see the entire Strip?
Omnia is the number #2 club on our list above, but the rooftop terrace is like a club on its own. Not only will you find a great center Strip view, but guests will enjoy the deep house vibe, and the sexy crowd, and a packed dance floor outside that will have you entertained for several rounds of drinks.
Drai's Nightclub Pool Deck
Come for the Hip Hop artist and step outside for a breathtaking view. Drai's Beach at night is a festive party, and the elevated view from the center of the Strip is the best in town.
Marquee's Outdoor Pool Area
This one doesn't boast the best view, but you are in the center of the Strip, several floors above street level. Cocktails on the open-air rooftop while listening to great tunes make you feel like you are on vacation. I have always liked the social aspect of Marquee Dayclub at Night.
Downtown Las Vegas is cool again! It's been 40 freaking years since anything really big opened up in "old Vegas," but the streak ended with a bang. The new Circa Hotel now has Vegas' only Stadium Swim. With a capacity of 4000 people and a big screen that rivals the Dallas Cowboys jumbotron, come party and bet on an app while watching the game. They open early here, around 8 AM, and stay open until 11 PM or later if they're busy. It a site to see if you haven't been.
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What is the Las Vegas Nightclub Dress Code?
The Dress Code is fairly strict at most spots in town. Ladies, you can get away with just about anything but athletic gear. Guys, you don't want to get turned away for wearing shorts, hats, work boots, jerseys, cheap tees, and Jordans. If you sport your Jordans at Drai's, they will tax you $100 cash at the door. Gents, wear nice jeans, a dress shirt, and dress shoes, and you will be fine. Check out our complete guide on the Vegas Dress Code.
We also offer an in-room mobile spray tan service if you want to glow on your big night out.
We have a complete guide to Las Vegas Security. If you are not familiar with the club security checkpoint, think TSA at the airport but stricter. They look in your pockets, pat you down, and check for metal with a wand or screener. If you have a foreign ID, you will need to bring your passport; foreign IDs will not fly. Common sense dictates that drugs of any kind are not allowed, including weed – the clubs still operate under federal licenses.
What is a Vegas Club Crawl?
The Vegas Club Crawls have gained in popularity in recent years with high ticket prices and long lines. Buying one of our crawls below will help you eliminate all that. The deal is sweet. You get a 2-for-1 drink coupon at the meetup location and free drinks on the party bus between venues. Entry is included in three popular clubs at night or three busy pools during day crawl. The most significant benefit is getting to bypass the lines at all the hot spots. You will still have to pass through security, so it's not instant Entry but a whole lot better than an hour wait.
How do I get Free Drinks at the Vegas Clubs?
A couple of ways to get some free drinks is to check out our Open Bar Las Vegas Guide. There you will find several places that offer free drinks to entice the ladies. Another option is a Girl Comp, but this will only apply if you have six or more ladies and all the ladies in the crew are "Vegas Hot" 🔥!!
Should I buy tickets to the Vegas Clubs?
Club tickets are always a good option at busy clubs since tickets will guarantee you will get in; the guest list will not. By law, if you buy a ticket, they have to save capacity space for you. We go into detail on tickets in our club ticket page, and there are now opportunities to purchase expedited Entry, drinks cards, and multiple venues with our promotional deals. We even offer some promo codes for some parties to get a discounted price.
How do I get VIP Entry?
First, let's define VIP Entry. When we say VIP Entry, we refer to bypassing the guestlist and tickets line and getting quick access through the VIP Bottle Service area. To get VIP Entry, you will need to put a deposit down, and the balance is due on the event night. The cost will be more than tickets and less than a table. Usually, the price will include a cover charge. VIP Entry can be tricky some nights. At times we can't do it if the event requires tickets or don't have a bottle service table to leverage, so the story's moral – fill out a form, and we will let you know the deal.
What is the Hottest Club in Vegas right now?
Well, right now, there is nothing hot in Vegas with COVID-19. 🦠 I can tell you that XS was the hot spot for EDM before this mess, and for Hip Hop, Drai's was the king of the hill.
What are the best days of the week for Nightclubs?
In regular times Mondays were Jewel, and Marquee and Tuesdays were great at Omnia. Wednesday nights get lit 🔥 at Encore at Night, On The Record, and Chateau. Industry Night is Thursdays, which are good at Hakkasan, Drai's summer Night Swim, and TAO. Sundays get an honorable mention at Hakkasan, Drai's for Sundrais Hip Hop party, and in the summer – XS Night Swim.
What is the Biggest Club in Vegas?
It is a toss-up between XS, Omnia, and Drai's for the largest club in town. When they all have their outdoor sections in full swing, 3000-5000 people a night is not out of the question when you count the in and out turnover crowd.
What Clubs play Electronic Dance Music?
The top Electronic Dance Music (EDM) clubs are Omnia, Zouk, and XS. Other spots such as Jewel, Marquee, and Hakkasan have some EDM artists and some Hip Hop acts. You will want to check out our full events line-up; search the dates you are coming to town and see all the artists on the calendar for your weekend.
What Clubs play Hip Hop Music?
Several clubs play Open Format music, a mix of Hip Hop, EDM, and Top 40, but the actual Hip Hop club is Drai's Nightclub. The after-party is mainly Hip Hop as well at Drai's After Hours. TAO and Chateau are mostly Top 40 with a little skew toward Hip Hop. Some nights when Tyga is at Jewel, and DJ Mustard is at Marquee; you will hear mostly Hip Hop.
What are the Nightclub Industry Nights?
In case you are not familiar with the term Industry Night, the definition means the nights the service industry workers head out to party since they work all weekend. Industry nights are generally considered Sunday to Thursday, and you can see the section above for the best clubs on those nights.
What time does the headlining artist play?
We get asked this a lot, and it can change by the venue and by night. For Open Format clubs, the main act will go on at 12:30 AM. For most clubs with big EDM artists, 1:00 AM is usually the start time. For XS and Drai's, you might not see the main artist until 1:30 or even 2 AM! DJs typically play for 2 hours, and artists usually perform for about 30 minutes.
How do I book Bottle Service?
The architects built these Vegas nightclubs for bottle service. For about the last 20 years, when people "pop" bottles, they are paying a premium(upwards of $1000) for a 1-liter bottle to secure a location in the venue to post up and attract the opposite sex. If dropping that kind of loot on a $25 bottle of vodka is your thing, then we specialize in booking bottle service and will be happy to leverage our connections to get you a deal.
How do I meet girls in Vegas?
I hear you on this one. Some of the guys are married, divorced, or have been out of the game for a minute, so how do you pull in Vegas girls. Make sure you understand there are tourists, locals, escorts, etc., so check the link above. Once you know and can identify the female, you can target your approach.
For guys who buy bottle service (which we highly suggest), you can talk to me. I can usually assist in the cause, and we can also speak to the girl-guy who represents the club and will usually have a promoter table full of ladies.
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Can I smoke In Vegas Nightclubs?
Yes, in most cases. Some places have recently gone smoke-free, like the Park MGM, and it's a bit unclear if the club inside, On The Record, will be smoke-free. At the time of this writing, they are still closed due to the pandemic. Our guess is they will be smoke-free. Other than that, most clubs in town do allow smoking and have adequate ventilation so that you won't leave smelling like an ashtray.
What are the hours of Vegas Nightclubs?
Vegas clubs typically open at 10:30 PM and close around 4:30 AM. Some of the rooftops and lounges from above will be open from happy hour on and might even serve food. Usually, the peak hours for most clubs are 11:30 PM -2:30 AM. Once the headlining DJ or artist finishes, you can pretty much expect to see a mass exodus.
There are several options if the club is dying, and you want to "keep the party going." There are close to 20 Strip Clubs in town that stays open until 6 AM, and some are 24 hours. We can arrange a pickup and entry at all of them, even last minute. For club after hours, you have a few options. For tech-house, I love the Terrace Afterhours or Tempo off Sahara. If you are into Hip Hop, Drai's After Hours will be the call.
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Be sure to check out our Las Vegas Guides section. Sin City has a lot to offer besides the clubs – great adventures like Helicopters, shooting ranges, and world-class golf. We highly suggest you check out some of these fantastic options and plan to make some lifelong memories besides just crazy parties.
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The Final Word
Well, that was my "book" on Vegas Nightclubs. Thank you for reading until the end. I did my best to get you details about all the hot spots in town. As you can see, there is something for everyone in Sin City, and since you can't get them all in over one weekend, we suggest a trip later in this new year. We hope and pray 2021 brings us better luck than last year's unfortunate turn of events. We will be here and ready to freaking party 🎉 !!
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