If your like me, and you actually want to sing and vibe to music in the club, instead of listening to EDM music that all sounds the same and gives you a damn headache, and your wondering where to go when you head to Vegas, check out 4 RnB clubs that we went to when we were out there:
If your looking for constant hip hop all night, and a MASSIVE club, Drai’s is the place for you. It’s located within Ceasers Palace it has a massive pool area at the back, so if you want something for daytime and night time, this is a shout. Make sure you go to Drai’s when they’re is either an event or a massive artist there. We went 2 or 3 times, and it was absolutely rammed! There is a massive dance floor, plenty of tables around the dance floor, and 2 bars either side of the club, so you have loads of room to dance and won’t be queuing for hours to get a drink! Drai’s also has an ‘after hours’ club which is open until 6am, so if you haven’t finished partying at 3am, then that’s the place to go.
Located at the Mirage, 1OAK Las Vegas is said to be one of the best places in Vegas for a mix of hip-hop and top 40. When me and Zo went, it wasn’t as busy as what it normally is, but all of the locals love it! 1OAK hosted popular hip-hop artists such as Juicy J, J.Cole, Snoop Dogg, Lil Wayne, Tyga, Flo-Rida and Chris Brown. Major Lazer also played several gigs here. That’s more EDM though, so make sure you double check on instagram who’s there on what days!
Light is located in Mandalay bay, where we were staying, so it was super convenient! No extra uber cost. brilliant, lol. Light is the perfect size nightclub, not to massive, so you can still vibe with people, but it’s definitely big enough! We had the time of our life when we went there! Light also has a gigantic LED screen showing visuals, and the vibe in there when we went was so sick! This is definitely one to go to!
Heart of Omnia is a separate room within the club Omnia. Me and Zo went to Omnia on a night where there was a massive EDM DJ, and I have never ever seen a club so busy in my life! It was like a festival, it was mad! So I would HIGHLY suggest you get there early and make sure you are on guest list. Otherwise, there is a big chance that you might be waiting hours! So just leave enough time and get there earlier if there is an event on. The hip hop room has private seating areas, a bar, DJ booth and a smaller dance floor. The DJ’s typically spin a mix of hip hop / top 40. So, if you’re looking to check out the biggest club in Vegas, but prefer hip hop to electronic music, we highly recommend you check out Heart of Omnia.
EDM music has taken over a lot of nightclubs in vegas! But luckily we managed to find some sick hip hop clubs, and you will have a great time if you go to these ones! Comment below if you reccomend any other clubs!