DJ duo Vavo takes over Flamingo Go Pool, and Janet Jackson hosts at On the Record in this week’s nightlife roundup.
Shaquille O’Neal, famous NBA superstar, restaurateur and broadcaster, has been added to Wynn Nightlife residency roster for this summer’s pool season.
The former Fontainebleau — the blue-tinted tower that has blighted the Strip for a decade — is slated to open as the Drew in the second quarter of 2022.
Superstar DJ-producer Kaskade takes over the Palms’ Kaos, day and night, in this week’s nightlife roundup.
Soon after Mariah Carey told a standing MGM Grand Garden Arena audience, “I have always felt like an outsider,” she was in the middle of a massive party at Tao Las Vegas at the Venetian.
A roundup of performers and events at nightclubs, dayclubs and other nightlife venues in Las Vegas.
Drew Las Vegas won’t open for another three years, but it’s already looking into leaving NV Energy.
All across the Las Vegas Valley, resorts are continuing to invest in their pools, hoping to attract demographics of all types as guests’ interests start to shift.
“Vegas has definitely hit the saturation point with nightclubs,” said Noah Tepperberg, co-founder of TAO Group. “A lot of what’s coming online seems to be smaller venues.”
According to a 2018 report from the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, bars and lounges are showing to be more popular than night clubs in the valley. While 7 percent of respondents said they went to a hotel nightclub, 52 percent made a stop at a hotel bar or lounge. Additionally, the number of visitors who said they’d visited a hotel nightclub with a cover dropped from 13 percent to 7 percent between 2017 and 2018. Matthew Minichino, vice president of nightlife and daylife for Hard Rock International