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Beacher’s Madhouse
3799 Las Vegas Boulevard South
mgmgrand.com
Taking a cue from vaudeville, Beacher’s Madhouse in the MGM Grand pushes the boundaries of sexuality, entertainment and fantasy according to show creator Jeff Beacher. It is a nightclub-theater hybrid unlike anything else on the Vegas stage.

1Oak
3400 Las Vegas Boulevard South
1oaklasvegas.com
The popular nightclub that originated in New York City expands here with some of the best themed dance parties, held every Tuesday and Friday of the week.

Hakkasan, MGM Grand
3799 Las Vegas Boulevard South
hakkasanlv.com
This modern Chinese nightclub chain is spread out over five levels and can fit more than 3,000 people. Calvin Harris, DJ Tiesto and Steve Aoki have signed on as resident DJ’s in the former Studio 54 space.

Beacher’s Madhouse

Beacher’s Madhouse

Light Mandalay Bay
3950 Las Vegas BLVD South
daylightvegas.com
The Light Group’s Daylight Beach Club at Mandalay Bay encompasses an outdoor stage framed by six LED screens and some of the same leading DJ’s—Skrillex, Swedish House Mafia’s Sebastian Ingrosso and Axwell, Alesso and Nicky Romero—who spin at Mandalay Bay club Light.

Marquee
3708 Las Vegas Boulevard South
marqueelasvegas.com
The multi-level day club boasts two pools, several bars and a gaming area with some of the best electronic DJ’s this side of town.

The Bank
3600 Las Vegas Boulevard South
thebanklasvegas.com
Located inside the Bellagio Hotel and Casino, the Bank nightclub hosts live music in a luxurious black and gold interior.

Tryst
3131 Las Vegas Boulevard South
trystlasvegas.com
For some of the best resident electronic DJ’s, Tryst has showcased music by Afrojack, Eric Prydz, Diplo and Lil Jon to name a few for a dance party that includes red walls, chandeliers and a gorgeous view of the waterfalls.

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