Omnia Nightclub is one of the top clubs in Las Vegas. When it debuted in March 2015 at the classic Caesars Palace, Omnia set a new standard for nightlife on the Strip. It is located in the space previously occupied by Pure nightclub.
With three different areas, Omnia is a massive nightclub. Totaling 75,000 square feet, Omnia cost a reported $107 million to build. Adding the old poker room to the floor plan allowed for the two-story Main Room. The ceiling in the main room is 65 feet high and supports a 22,000-pound moving chandelier.
The club really gets going when the main DJ takes the stage. The venue is replete with state-of-the-art technology and beautiful decor. The whole club is impressive and fun to explore!
Omnia retained the popular Patio that helped make Pure so popular for so many years. Located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, the Terrace provides unmatched views of the bright lights of Vegas. The DJ on the Patio typically plays EDM. There is a bar on the Terrace, along with VIP tables. This area is the least expensive to reserve a VIP table.
The heart of Omnia is the Main Room, which was previously the main room of Pure. It’s spacious, with three tiers of VIP tables, a dance floor and bar. It is also where the headliner performs.
The second level of the Main Room is where the most expensive VIP tables are located.
The Main Room features three tiers of intelligently designed VIP Tables, each with a booth and table. Some of them are even right next to and behind the DJ, for those up-close, Instagram-able pictures of your special night.
The Main Room is where you will see top DJs, including Steve Aoki, Kaskade, Illenium and Fergie (DJ), play.
If it’s a special occasion or the budget allows, VIP Tables are the way to go at Omnia. Contact a Host for current pricing and table locations.
Our Club Crawl also visits this venue on some nights. Please contact us for the details and schedule.
Elephante July 24 • 10PM
Steve Aoki at Hakkasan at MGM Grand Jul 31, 2021
Open: Tuesday and Friday-Sunday from 10:30 p.m.-late (usually 4 a.m.)
Cover: Roughly $35 for ladies and $50 for gentlemen. The cover charge is subject to change on holidays and for special events.
Dress Code: Upscale fashionable attire. Collared shirts are required for men. No hats, shorts, flip flops, backless women’s sandals, men’s sandals, sneakers (e.g., Nike and Adidas), athletic wear, ripped or oversized clothing, steel-toe shoes or work boots (e.g., Lugz and Timberland). See our ‘Vegas Party Tips’ for more dress code info.
Music: A variety of genres, including EDM, hip-hop and top-40