Las Vegas nightlife:Vivid,Tangerine ,Forty Deuce,MIX , etc.
Meanwhile at The Venetian, Vivid opened in 2005.
Upon entering the 9,000-square-foot club, guests walk
under 20-foot-long wood trellises with syncopating beams of
light that lead them into the main room.
The club's interior design features the rich colors of dark stained
wood columns highlighting violet and burgundy wall coverings.
Tangerine at Treasure Island is a nightclub with a "strip view" - literally. Inspired by '20s burlesque hotspots,
Tangerine features some of the sexiest dancers in town. In addition, with its deck overlooking Sirens' Cove,
Tangerine offers premium views of the steamy "Sirens of TI" performances and the Las Vegas Strip.
Forty Deuce & MIX
Ivan Kane's Forty Deuce at Mandalay Bay
is another burlesque hotspot that opened in late 2004.
Modeled after its Hollywood namesake,
Forty Deuce is an intimate setting with plush seating and décor.
Several times per night, dancers perform to a three-piece combo featuring stand-up bass, drums and a sax.
Also at Mandalay Bay is MIX
atop THEhotel on the 64th floor.
The 300-capacity lounge features wall-to-wall black leather
décor with red accents. The lounge is located adjacent to Alain Ducasse's restaurant
of the same name that features one of the largest chandeliers in Las Vegas,
containing 13,000 glass bulbs valued at $500,000.
There's a little bit of country in all of us and there's no better place to
line-dance and kick up your boots than at Gilley's located inside the New Frontier.
In the center is a giant dancefloor where patrons can line-dance to country music or for
those feeling ambitious, there is a mechanical bull a la "Urban Cowboy."