Josh Fisher

Josh Fisher

Venue of Employment: Wynn nightlife

Job Title: VIP Host

Instagram Handle: @j_fish94


If not originally from Las Vegas, where did you move here from?

I’m from Vegas! 


How did you start working in the nightlife or hospitality industry? Give a brief work history / background.

I started at the Mandarin Oriental in 2013 and made my way to Encore Beach Club as a busser in 2015. I worked Top Golf 2016-2017, and then became a host April 2018.


Now that you are working in the industry, what is different about your lifestyle?

I meet countless people who are here to have a good time and it changes my life by accompanying clients who want to have fun frequently.


What does a typical day at work look like for you and what is your “normal” schedule?

A lot of on the phone work, communicating with friends pushing events, followed by scheduled club shifts frequently doubles.


How long does it take you to get ready for work?

45 mins 


How many nights a week do you go out (to a club)?

If I’m not working a club, I go out to a club once a week.


Who is your favorite DJ/performer in the Las Vegas market right now?

The Chainsmokers have the best energy and seem to bring the best crowd. I also Like Kygo.


What is your drink (alcoholic) of choice?

Red Bull vodka 


What is your secret cure to a hangover?



What was the longest timeframe you have stayed awake? When and why?

24 hours. It wasn’t industry related though.


What do you enjoy most about working in the nightlife or hospitality industry in Las Vegas?

Meeting people and helping them create memories of a lifetime.


What is your least favorite part about working in the nightlife or hospitality industry in Las Vegas?

Always being tired.


If you were not working in nightlife or hospitality, what would you be doing?

Overloading myself with college classes and graduating sooner in finance.


Do you have a mentor in the industry? If so, who? If not, who would you like to be mentored by?

Yes, appointed by my Directors at XS.


Craziest or most memorable experience working in the nightlife or hospitality industry in Las Vegas?

Watching clients spend $300k + to indulge in their own fun but also ensuring the fun of others.