Vegas Clubs and Nightlife During COVID-19 Pandemic
What does the Vegas nightlife look like now and will clubs open back up in early 2021 at all?
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing guidelines, doubt remains about when the full Vegas nightlife will return.
Most clubs are closed and the only clubs that are really open are pools at night.
If you’re visiting Vegas soon and you’re desperate to see the club scene, check out these 5 available options.
What clubs and nightlife options are open now?
XS Las Vegas is open Friday and Saturday from 10:30 PM to close. It is not the typical packed club with headling DJs of the past, but more a relaxed lounge experience.
It is an elegant and intimate environment surrounding Encore’s European pool.
There is indoor seating that guests can enjoy along with light dining and drinks (signature cocktails, bottle service, wine, spirits, and more).
Reservations are required.
EBC Pool (Night Swim)
Encor Beach Pool nightlife is one viable option to get your club/nighlife fix in Vegas.
Night Swim seeks to combine all of the elements that you would enjoy at a day club and pool plus exciting nighttime entertainment.
There are light dining and drink options available.
EBC Pool (Night Swim) is open Thursday through Saturday from 10:30 PM until close.
Reservations are required, 21 and up.
Marquee at Night
The Marquee at Night is a pool venue open on Friday and Saturday night once the sun sets (10 PM to late).
This venue is a 22,000 square-foot terrace that transforms into a moonlight outdoor lounge.
Cocktail, bottle service, and snacks are available.
Dress code is required (more information available on their website), and all guests must be 21 and up.
Daylight Beach at Night
Daylight Beach at Night is another phenomenal option if you’re looking for a Vegas nightlife scene during COVID-19.
This venue is open on Friday and Saturday nights from 9 PM until close.
It is located at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.
Foundation Room (House of Blues)
If you’re seeking a non-pool option, then the Foundation Room at the House of Blues is a great fit.
It offers great views of the strip.
Following the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the House of Blues instituted new safety and sanitation guidelines. You will experience…
- A worry-free dining experience because of increased sanitizing protocols
- Reduced capacity
- New sanitation stations throughout the venue
- Social distancing
- Touchless menu and payment options
- Prominent safety and cleanliness signage throughout the venue
The Foundation Room is open:
- Lounge Hours: Wednesday to Sunday from 5 PM to 1 AM
- Dining Room: Wednesday to Friday from 6 PM to 10 PM and Saturday & Sunday from 6 PM to 11 PM
Reservations are highly encouraged for the Lounge as well as the Foundation Room VIP Club.
Final thoughts on Clubs during COVID-19
While Vegas is operating in a modified capacity, you can still have a blast with these nightlife options.
Don’t forget to check the dress code and COVID-19 restrictions before you head out.
Have fun and stay safe!
Peek into Vegas DJ Schedules & Nightclub Events Pre Covid
Are you looking to plan your Vegas nightlife schedule tonight, this weekend, or for an upcoming trip?
Browse the vegas club events above to view current vegas DJ schedules, purchase event tickets, and reserve VIP bottle service.
Be sure to grab tickets to the Las Vegas EDM club events in the calendar above for quick entry.
Club Schedules and Days Open
Here are the best vegas nightclubs typically open during each day of the week to help you plan your club agenda.
Vegas nightclubs open Mondays
- XS, Jewel, Marquee
Vegas nightclubs open Tuesdays
Vegas nightclubs open Wednesdays
- Hakasaan, EBC at Night, The Light, 1 Oak
Vegas clubs open Thursdays
- Omnia, Tao, Hakkasan
Lss Vegas nightclubs open Fridays
- XS, Omnia, Hakkasan, Jewel, Marquee, Tao, The Light, 1Oak
- Omnia, XS, Hakkasan, Jewel, Marquee, Tao, The Light, 1Oak
- XS, Omnia, Hakkasan, Marquee, Tao
How Get Into a Las Vegas Club This Weekend
Are you planning on visiting the clubs tonight, this weekend, or soon?
Here are some ways to get in and see the top Vegas DJs:
1. Pay Cover and wait
This is the slowest option, especially for guys. You may wait up to 90 minutes to get in depending on demand.
2. Purchase Tickets
Buying presale tickets are a great option to skip the long lines and guarantee your entry – just arrive before midnight and you should be good to go. Browse the list of DJ club events above by date.
Buying club tickets in advance is the best way to get into a Vegas club if you are not doing VIP bottle service.
3. Bottle Service & VIP Entry
One of the more expensive options that guarantee club entry quickly is with Bottle Service or VIP entry. You will be provided seating with a minimum spend on alcohol and/or food.
Read more about vegas bottle service and see if it is the right thing for your group.
Read our full list of resident DJs in Vegas for 2020.
Las Vegas Club Event Prices
Lets take a look at some of the club prices:
- Cover Charge: Varies – Typically $50 for males, $10-$30 for females
- Pre Sell Entry Tickets: From $10 to $75, Female tickets often less
- Drink Prices: Beers from $10, Mixed drinks from $18+
- Bottle Service Prices: $$$$ – Typical pricing is 1 bottle minimum ($425+tip&taxes) for 3-4 people on average.
Las Vegas Events FAQ
What time do Vegas DJs and performers start their sets or live performances?
Typically the headliners will perform at 1 am and might go all the way until 3-4am in the morning.
When should I buy tickets?
If it is a holiday weekend, you should buy tickets asap since they typically sell out leading up to the event.
For other events, you can purchase the day before.