When headed for a night out to EBC At Night you should be aware that they do enforce a very very strict dress code, and if you don’t meet the standards, you won’t be allowed into the venue. No exceptions. We have put together this guide for you to ensure you don’t miss out and you get in with no issues.
According to EBC At Night’s official website, the EBC At Night dress code states: “Proper Swim Attire Includes: No undergarments allowed for sunbathing/swimming. No see-through, risqué, or indecent clothing or swimwear. European sunbathing is not permitted. No offensive prints. No jeans, pants, chains, or robes. No clothing that contains rivets, hooks, studs, etc. No work boots. Business Casual Dress is also allowed. Guest may not swim/sunbathe fully clothed. Management reserves all rights to determine appropriate attire.”
So you’re probably asking yourself what this means…Let us break it down for you.
EBC At Night dress code for men:
So that there isn’t any problem getting into EBC At Night once at the entrance, gentlemen should make sure to wear swimwear or a collared shirt and / or sport coat. Always be mindful of wearing nicer shoes and avoid anything that can be considered sportswear (track jackets, jerseys, sports shoes, etc). For this venue, sneakers and flip flops are ok. This is especially for the men who purchased tickets, are trying to enter general admission or on the guest list.
Remember, if you are unsure if something will work or not, play it safe, and dress to impress. After all it’s your night out, so why not look your best! Also note, if you and your group have VIP table reservations, they tend to be more lenient towards the dress code at EBC At Night.
EBC At Night dress code for women:
Women have it a bit easier when it comes to the EBC At Night dress code requirements. They can pretty much wear anything that they want. We recommend to look your best and go for something sexy, but not too revealing (again, that’s up to you). Heels and flats will definitely work. Again, this is a nighttime pool party, so swimwear is encouraged. Bikinis and coverups are welcome! So play it safe and remember, you are a woman, so in many instances things like that are over looked.
Lastly, if you still have questions, visit our Las Vegas nightclub dress code guide.