Las Vegas Nightclubs, Pool Parties & Strip Clubs Open in 2021

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We’ve officially made it through 2020! It was the year of social distancing, washing hands, wearing masks and not being able to travel and enjoy ourselves as usual.

Fortunately, Las Vegas has done everything possible to make sure our great city could welcome back visitors and remain safe. Thanks to the hotels, gaming board and our new Covid19 task force, our city has taken many steps to prevent the spread of the virus such as temperature checks, sanitizing stations, mask mandates, capacity restrictions and social distancing regulations.

Below is a complete list of what clubs are open in Vegas, which venues are closed and when they are set to reopen. But first, here is some important information you need to know.

Are clubs open in Vegas?

With all those restrictions, I’m sure you are asking yourself “are clubs open in Las Vegas?” The answer is yes and no. Let us explain…

The week of March 11, 2020 all Las Vegas Nightclubs, Bars, Restaurants, Hotels and Casinos were ordered to close due to the Coronavirus.

Las Vegas StripSince then, all the nightclubs and pool parties have remained closed even though the hotels and casinos are open.

Fast forward to June 2020, bars were allowed to open with new regulations stating you must have a reservation and be sat at a table to be served alcohol. Any restaurant, lounge or bar with “bar space” must close off that area and not serve directly at the bar.

What does this all mean?

Well, a hand full of nightclub and pool party venues have reopened with new socially distant experiences and revised formats. Pool parties have now become hotel adult pools and nightclubs are now lounges.

Unfortunately, you will not find any guest lists or general admission. You will be required to make a table reservation as space is limited due to social distancing regulations. And remember, there is no dance floor for dancing and no standing at the bar. But they still have a in house DJ.

As of February 15, 2021, you can have up to 6 people at your table. Meaning if you have more people, you will have to reserve another table or talk to your host for more options.

Las Vegas Nightclubs ReOpening Date

Nevadas Governor, Steve Sisolak said in a press conference held on Thursday, February 11, that if trends keep going in a positive direction, there is a chance nightclubs, pool parties and strip clubs can reopen by May 1, 2021, but will still have covid regulations.

If you have questions about future club dates, you can always contact a promoter/host using our VIP host listings.

During this Coronavirus pandemic in Las Vegas, we will keep you up to date with any nightclub announcements and closures.

Clubs open in Vegas as lounges:

Marquee Nightclub

Marquee LoungeAs of June 26 2020, Marquee Nightclub has reopened as Marquee Lounge. A new socially distant experience. They are open every Friday and Saturday, 9pm – late, inside the main room and on the pool deck.

Expect to see the following changes at Marquee:

  • No general admission
  • No guest list
  • Table reservations are required as socially distant space is limited.
  • Table costs start at $500.
  • The number of guests is now limited to 6 people per table.
  • Masks are to be worn except when eating or drinking.

For reservations, contact Cliff Orr at Marquee or save time and book directly online with Marquee by clicking this link: https://marqueelvnc.uvtix.com/.

XS Nightclub

XS LoungeAs of July 10, 2020, The Wynn has re-opened XS as XS Lounge. It will be open Friday and Saturday from 10pm – close. 21+ with valid ID. There is also a newly added food menu that includes sushi rolls, fruit plates, caesar wrap and shrimp cocktail.

Expect to see the following changes at XS:

  • No general admission
  • No guest list
  • Table reservations are required as socially distant space is limited.
  • Table costs start at $500.
  • The number of guests is now limited to 6 people per table.
  • Masks are to be worn except when eating or drinking.

For reservations at XS, Contact a Wynn Nightlife VIP host here.

Tao Nightclub

Tao LoungeTao has reopened as Tao Lounge as of October 8, 2020. It will be open every Friday and Saturday. Bottle service, guest DJs, and our signature Asian bistro bites all come together to give you the perfect night out.

Expect to see the following changes at Tao:

  • No general admission
  • No guest list
  • Table reservations are required as socially distant space is limited.
  • Table costs start at $500.
  • The number of guests is now limited to 6 people per table.
  • Masks are to be worn except when eating or drinking.

For reservations, contact a TAO VIP Host or save time and book directly online with TAO by clicking this link: https://taolvnc.uvtix.com/.

Drai’s Lounge

Drai's LoungeDrai’s has reopened as of October 30. They have transformed the Drai’s After Hours space into Drai’s Lounge. It is open Thursday to Sunday, 10pm to 4am.

Expect to see the following changes at Drai’s:

  • No general admission
  • No guest list
  • Table reservations are required as socially distant space is limited.
  • Table costs start at $500.
  • The number of guests is now limited to 6 people per table.
  • Masks are to be worn except when eating or drinking.

For reservations contact Bobby Minkoff, Lead Host at Drai’s Lounge.

Omnia Nightclub

Omnia TerraceThe long awaited Omnia Terrace will be open Friday and Saturday from 10:30pm – close beginning March 5.

Expect to see the following changes at Omnia Las Vegas:

  • No general admission
  • No guest list
  • Table reservations are required as socially distant space is limited.
  • Table costs start at $500.
  • The number of guests is now limited to 6 people per table.
  • Masks are to be worn except when eating or drinking.

For reservations, contact an official Omnia VIP host.

Kamu Karaoke

Kamu Neon VIP roomLocated at the Venetian, a new party experience that includes private rooms for VIP groups, an exquisite cocktail program and bottle service for liquid courage, and an award-winning chef to help refuel, while enjoying great food and bottle service.

Reservations are required. Contact Seven Han, a VIP Host at Kamu for more info!

Pool parties open in Vegas as hotel adult pools:

Daylight Beach Club

Daylight BeachDaylight Beach Club will reopen as Daylight Beach in March 5, 2021. It will now be the hotel adult pool for Mandalay Bay. Therefore, you will need to be 21+ to enter the venue. It will be open Friday – Sunday 11am-close.

New social distant restrictions will include:

  • No general admission
  • No guest list
  • Table reservations are required as socially distant space is limited.
  • Table costs start at $250.
  • The number of guests is now limited to 6 people per table.
  • Masks are to be worn except when eating or drinking.

To make reservations, contact Angelo DiPietro, Lead Host at Daylight.

Encore Beach Club

EBC PoolEncore Beach Club will be reopening in March 5, 2021 as “Encore Beach Pool.” Encore Beach Pool will serve as an extension of the Wynn and Encore pools, allowing additional space for guests. Open Thursday- Sunday. 21+ with valid ID.

New social distant restrictions will include:

  • No general admission
  • No guest list
  • Table reservations are required as socially distant space is limited.
  • Table costs start at $500.
  • The number of guests is now limited to 6 people per table.
  • Masks are to be worn except when eating or drinking.

Contact a Wynn Nightlife VIP host for reservations and pricing.

Marquee Dayclub

Marquee PoolMarquee Dayclub is now “The Marquee Pool” and will be reopening March 5, 2021. There will be a new social distant format. They will be open Friday – Sunday, 11am until close.

New social distant restrictions will include:

  • No general admission
  • No guest list
  • Table reservations are required as socially distant space is limited.
  • Table costs start at $500.
  • The number of guests is now limited to 6 people per table.
  • Masks are to be worn except when eating or drinking.

Be sure to book today with Cliff Orr, Marquee Dayclub host or save time and book directly online with Marquee by clicking this link: https://marqueelv.uvtix.com/.

Wet Republic

Wet RepublicWet Republic will be reopening March 5, 2021. Hours of operation are Friday – Sunday, 11am until close.

New social distant restrictions will include:

  • No general admission
  • No guest list
  • Table reservations are required as socially distant space is limited.
  • Table costs start at $500.
  • The number of guests is now limited to 6 people per table.
  • Masks are to be worn except when eating or drinking.

Contact Carlos Harper, Lead Host at Wet Republic for reservations.

Liquid Pool

Liquid Pool

Liquid will be reopening March 12, 2021. They will be open Friday – Sunday, 11am until close.

New social distant restrictions will include:

  • No general admission
  • No guest list
  • Table reservations are required as socially distant space is limited.
  • Table costs start at $500.
  • The number of guests is now limited to 6 people per table.
  • Masks are to be worn except when eating or drinking.

Contact a Liquid Pool VIP host for reservations.

Las Vegas Nightclubs that are closed until further notice:

Las Vegas Pool Parties / Dayclubs that are closed until further notice:

Strip Clubs open in Vegas:

As of November 13, 2020, Sapphire, Spearmint Rhino, Crazy Horse III and Palamino Club are open. They all require reservations and have new social distant regulations in place. To make a reservation at one of these venues, you can contact us or visit our Las Vegas strip club guide.

Other popular restaurants and lounges open in Las Vegas:

Lavo Party Brunch – Lavo Party Brunch returns every Saturday beginning September 19! It will be open from 11am – 6pm. NO GUEST LIST OR GENERAL ADMISSION. All guests must be 21 with valid ID. Table reservations are required and are limited. For reservations, contact a LAVO host directly here or save time and book directly online with Lavo by clicking this link: https://lavorestaurant.uvtix.com.

Dolce at LAVO – Sunday nights are now called Dolce, a decadent new supper club experience. Starting at 9:30 pm, the restaurant transforms, with live entertainment and a DJ enthralling guests while they enjoy signature Italian dishes. Feast on LAVO’s house specialties, including the famed meatball, along with seafood, pasta and prime meats while taking in the performances. For reservations, contact a LAVO host directly here or save time and book directly online with Lavo by clicking this link: https://lavorestaurant.uvtix.com.

The Cosmopolitan has re-opened Beauty & Essex. It is a fun, party like atmosphere dining experience. They are open Thursday-Sunday. 6pm-10:30pm. Reservations are required. Afterwards, you can check out Clique Lounge or Barbershop. Contact Cliff Orr at Marquee for reservations.

You can view all upcoming events in Las Vegas on our event calendar, or discuss this topic with other visitors in our discussion board.

This post will be updated as we receive any new updates.