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Rüfüs Du Sol launches its Repetition Beach Club residency

Repetition Beach Club is commemorating its 8th anniversary this weekend with an uncommon Las Vegas performance from Australian alt-dance attire Rüfüs Du Sol. The group played in 2015’s Electric Daisy Carnival and will drop the first in a series of 2018 DJ sets at EBC Saturday. The Weekly spoke with Jon George, one-third of Rüfüs (with Tyrone Lindqvist and James Hunt), about the group’s Wynn Nightlife debut and upcoming third album.

Are you eagerly anticipating spending more time in Las Vegas?

We moved to LA in 2015 to start composing this record so we’re so near to Vegas now, we can smell it. It will be good to obtain out there and have some enjoyable. We’ve had some good times in Vegas currently throughout our last trips and it’s a pretty extravagant experience. At EDC last year we headed out in a helicopter into the festival and that was pretty mindblowing, to absolutely feel the energy before we will play. We’re all set.

Why is Repetition Beach Club the perfect place for Rüfüs?

Definitely because of the lineups they are placing on now, [with] Jamie Jones and Solomun and Guy Gerber. We truly like that type of music and it’s simply ideal for a swimming pool party. We wanted to be amongst that crowd and to have that place to evaluate out all our brand-new records and what we’ve been dealing with.

Will there be any live instrumentation or are these conventional DJ sets?

We are strictly there to DJ however I think the distinction with our sets is that we have actually been completing this album so we’ll be able to use a great deal of original cuts people have not heard before, to test those new songs out and have some truly fresh sets. That’s the benefit. But we have actually always been DJs in addition to remaining in the band.

Is your partnership in the club similar to the process of writing and carrying out together in the band?

I guess it’s pretty comparable in the method we’re bouncing ideas back and forth. When we’re getting super-creative on the decks and producing loops and not simply going song to tune, that’s when we get that back-and-forth and start to use our musical background a little more.

When will the new album be finished?

Sometime this year, that’s the plan. We just released a brand-new song [” No Location”] and we’re actually thrilled to start getting feedback on that. It’s been a truly cathartic experience to lastly have some of this music out there due to the fact that we had a lot of fun making a record [for the first time] in America. I think we constantly try to isolate ourselves when we’re writing so we can completely immerse ourselves in it and that’s what we performed in LA. It had to do with drawing on the experiences of the last 2 years of touring, the ups and downs that feature that lifestyle, being away from friends and family for so long, that ecstasy that includes playing big phases. That all speedballs into one big sensation and that’s exactly what has driven the album.

RÜFÜS DU SOL WITH MOTEZ AT ENCORE BEACH CLUB NIGHTSWIM June 9, 10:30 p.m., $25-$45. Encore, 702-770-7300.

Diana Ross gets comfortable however stays attractive at Repetition Theater


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/ > Matt Sayles/AP Diana Ross, revealed here at November’s American Music Awards, has 5 more shows this month at Repetition Theater.

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. Recently Diana Ross has gone back to the Las Vegas Strip for highly effective concert performs at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace, at the Venetian Theater and late last year, at her present home at Encore Theater at Wynn Las Vegas. She’s set for 5 more programs there (finishing up Feb. 24) and when she released this latest series on Feb. 7, she took a while at the end of the show to respond to questions from an enchanted audience that could not help but dance along to “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,” “Benefit Down” and a first repetition of Gloria Gaynor’s disco impressive “I Will Survive.”

” How I began? Oh, that’s an actually long story,” she shouted back to one fan who would have liked nothing more than to keep Ross onstage all night. “I matured in the Brewster jobs in Detroit and I think I was 16 when we first auditioned for Berry Gordy, and he told us to go back to school. He didn’t have any time for us whatsoever.”

She did, naturally, go back to school, but she went back to the famous Motown founder’s offices, too. The rest is music history. “Our first trip was the Motown Revue and after that it was the Penis Clark Caravan of Stars. But we were not the stars. Smokey Robinson was the star.”

It’s difficult to believe anybody might outshine Ross, who at age 73 remains the attractive, girlish, smiling star who sang her way into our musical minds and memories through several various ages. After coming out to “I’m Coming Out” and cooing her way through Spiral Starecase’s “More Today Than Yesterday” during that opening night show last week, a green-sequined Ross dove into Motown favorites tape-recorded with the Supremes, including “Come See About Me,” “Infant Love” and “Stop! In the Name of Love.” Her ageless voice was strong from the start, however she exceeded and beyond for “Touch Me in the Early morning” and later “Love Hangover,” once she had actually re-emerged in an even more fantastic and sparkling purple dress. “I have not used this dress in 10 years,” she humble-bragged between songs. (By the way, she looks fantastic.)

Hits of her own (” Do You Know Where You’re Going To” from “Mahogany”) and from others (” The Appearance of Love”) continued coming– as did white and black clothing– up until the fast Q&A gave way to “Connect and Touch,” and after that Ross slowly made her method off the phase, versus the pleading of her fans. She invited all of us to come back and see again, which is a pretty terrific idea.

” Diana Ross: Unlimited Memories” continues at 8 p.m. Feb. 16, 17, 21, 23 and 24 at Wynn’s Repetition Theater (3131 Las Vegas Blvd. South, 702-770-9966). More details can be discovered at wynnlasvegas.com.

Art Critic Dave Hickey Presents Repetition Lectures Dec. 5 & & 12

Globally well-known art critic and former UNLV professor Dave Hickey goes back to UNLV at 7 p.m. Dec. 5 and 12 for 2 extremely unique lectures in the UNLV Marjorie Barrick Museum auditorium.

Hickey has written for such publications as Rolling Stone, Art News, Art in America, Artforum, Harper’s Publication, Vanity Fair, and many others. In 2001, he was awarded the MacArthur Fellowship– the so-called “genius grant”– while a professor in the UNLV department of art.

He is understood for his arguments against academicism and in favor of the impacts of rough-and-tumble free enterprises on art. His vital essays have actually been released in 2 volumes: The Invisible Dragon: Four Essays on Charm ( 1993) and Air Guitar: Essays on Art and Democracy ( 1997 ). In 2009, Hickey released a modified and upgraded version of The Unnoticeable Dragon, adding an intro that resolved changes in the art world considering that the book’s original publication, in addition to a new concluding essay.

“I compose love tunes for individuals who live in a democracy,” he has stated.

Profiles of Hickey have actually appeared in Time Publication, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Los Angeles Times Publication, the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, U.S. News & & World Report, The Economic expert, and Show off, to name a few publications. Interviews with Hickey have been released in the Los Angeles Times, Bomb, New Art Inspector, Public Occasions, The Art Newspaper and other publications. He has been talked to numerous times on topics such as art and Las Vegas by the BBC, PBS, and National Public Radio.

Harry Connick Jr. takes Vegas to New Orleans at his Repetition Theater shows


Erik Kabik Harry Connick Jr. at Encore Theater throughout his November 17 show.


Tony Bennett is back in Las Vegas at Repetition Theater


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Tony Bennett carries out 6 programs at Repetition Theater this month.


CoStar'' s People of Note (Sept. 29) – C&W Taps Gougarty as Americas Lead, Repetition REIS Names Przybyla President and COO …

The following companies announced workers moves today: Cushman & & Wakefield, Repetition REIS, Mohr Partners, Avison Young, Castle Partners, Longbrook Capital, RLJ Lodging, Lincoln Residential or commercial property Co. GGP, FS Credit REIT, Tremont Home mortgage, Greystone, HHF, Colliers International, CBRE, Robinson Weeks Ptnrs, TerraCap, JLL, Western Specialized, Binswanger, Orion, S.L. Nusbaum, Starboard Commercial, Spencer Hines, Berger Commercial and Monday Properties.

It’s time to update those contact supervisors with CoStar’s Individuals of Note, reporting news on considerable new CRE hires and promos. This week’s concern includes the following markets: New york city City, Detroit/ Grand Rapids, Orange County, Dallas/ Fort Worth, Washington DC, San Francisco, Chicago, Orlando, Cleveland/ N. Ohio, Atlanta, Los Angeles, South Florida and more!

Cushman & Wakefield Taps Gougarty as Practice Groups Lead By Justin Sumner

Sara Gougarty has been promoted to lead Cushman & Wakefield’s Practice Groups in the Americas. Based in the firm’s New york city City office, Gougarty will lead the company’s existing practice groups and introduce brand-new ones, entrusted with promoting partnership across all asset and service types and boosting customer service throughout the Americas platform. She will report to Todd Schwartz, COO, Americas.

Gougarty brings international experience to her brand-new role, having most just recently acted as director of retail services, Americas and Head of China Retail Cross-Border for Cushman & & Wakefield. Prior to that she was the head of China retail occupant representation in Shanghai. She started her business property profession as a retail tenant representative for Savills Home Service Co. in Shanghai.

Repetition REIS Adds Przybyla as President, COO By Christina Armstead

John Przybyla has actually been called president and COO of Repetition Realty Investment Services( Encore REIS). He will manage Repetition REIS’ everyday operations, including presenting efforts to help grow the company’s service lines and head count.

Przybyla brings more than 20 years of experience concentrating on sales training, company development and customer service to Encore REIS. He spent the last 17 years with Marcus & & Millichap, most recently as very first vice president and regional manager of Marcus & & Millichap’s downtown Chicago office.CoStar’s Individuals of Note is published each Friday covering the most recent industrial property executive level promotions and new hires.Click on the headline of each short article to jump to complete
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@JSumner2. Send out new executive employs and promostatements to [email protected]!.?.!. NEW YORK CITY Plehn, Tuminelli Join Mohr Partners By Alex Ern< img src=" http://gateway.costar.com/imageviewer/GetImage.aspx?webimage=Mohr+Partners.jpg" width=
” 160″ line up=” right” class=” c5″/ > Richard Plehn and Vincent Tuminelli have actually signed up with Mohr Partners as managing partners in the company’s New york city City workplace. Plehn and Tuminelli, both formerly with Cresa, bring a combined 50 years of industry experience, having actually represented occupants throughout the monetary services, health care, insurance and entertainment industries.” Richard and Vincent take a long-term viewpoint on behalf of customers to offer total, integrated solutions through local tenant representation and to serve broadening New York-based companies,” said Robert Shibuya, chairman and CEO of Mohr Partners. ORANGE COUNTY
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class=” c5 “/ >Peter Hauser has actually joined Avison Young as a principal in the firm’s Irvine, CA workplace, entrusted with managing and broadening the company’s multifamily practice throughout Southern California.

Hauser brings more than 34 years of industrial property experience, having most just recently served as a senior director with Berkadia Realty Advisors (previously Hendricks & & Partners), where he was directly involved in closing more than $1.5 billion worth of investment real estate deals over the previous 10 years alone. He previously held management and brokerage positions at Charles Dunn Company, Lincoln Brokerage Company, Jamboree Realty Corporation, The Hoelscher Business and Iliff, Thorn and Co.

Castle Partners Makes Two Appointments in Dallas By Jeannie Reamer

Citadel Partners has promoted Taylor Dickerson and Andy Goldston to primary and senior advisor, respectively, in the business’s Dallas, TX office.

Dickerson will encourage customers in their realty center decisions to make tactical moves to maximum success and efficiency, while Goldston will assist in lease deal management and client requirements.

JLB Partners, Compatriot Capital Launch New Multifamily Financial investment Company to Focus on Core U.S. Metros
By Bryce Meyers
Bardenett to Sign up with RLJ
Accommodations Trust as EVP By Bryce Meyers
RLJ Accommodations Trust has hired Thomas J. Bardenett as executive vice president within the company’s property management division.

For the last 3 years, Bardenett has functioned as COO of Charlotte, NC-based U.S. hotel owner and operator Extended Stay America. Before that he was with Crossroads Hospitality, most just recently as executive vice president of operations.


LPC Hires Wang to Speed up Growth Efforts By

Eric Kies Lincoln Residential or commercial property Co. has actually employed Brandon Wang as an executive vice president with the company’s LPC West division, accountable for spearheading the company’s growth in Northern California.

Wang spent the last six years with Kilroy, where he functioned as senior vice president of investments and development, where he sourced new financial investment chances and development tasks, entitlements, construction and project leasing. Prior to that he was with Lowe Enterprises, Morgan Stanley and Cushman & & Wakefield.

Fear Returning to GGP to Change Retiring CFO
By CoStar News Staff

GGP is reviving Heath R. Worry as executive vice president of financing, replacing Michael B. Berman, its executive vice president and CFO, who is retiring next year. Fear will presume the function of CFO then.

The visit marks a return for Worry, who most recently acted as the CFO and treasurer of Retail Characteristic of America, Inc. Prior to joining RPAI, Fear was with GGP for 12 years, most recently as the senior vice president of capital markets. Prior to that he worked as counsel for Prime Group Realty Trust and as an associate in the realty practice groups of Kirkland & & Ellis and Pedersen & & Houpt.

2 New Finance REITs Introduce: FS Credit and Tremont Home mortgage Trust
By Mark Heschmeyer
Greystone Reinforces Multifamily Sales Div with Banks
By Daniel Koenigs

After 15 years with Marcus & Millichap, Peyton Banks has left the company to sign up with Greystone Real Estate Advisors as handling director of its Mid-Atlantic multifamily sales advisory team in Rockville, MD.

. As vice president of financial investments at Marcus & & Millichap, Banks put together a team that focused on financial investment sales, property repositioning, development and portfolio valuations throughout the Mid-Atlantic. Throughout that time, he was involved in more than $1 billion in multifamily deals.


HFF Names Van Reken Managing DirectorBy Eric Jackson Rebecca Van Reken has been worked with as a handling director in the Orlando, FL office of Holliday Fenoglio Fowler, L.P. (HFF). As head of the structured finance team, Van Reken will come from financial obligation and equity placement deals throughout the Southeast U.S.

. The 15-year commercial realty financing and capital markets veteran pertains to the company from A10 Capital, where she functioned as an executive vice president. Before that she was with CapitalSource, the industrial financing division of Pacific Western Bank, most recently as an investment officer.

McMillon Advisors Founder Signs up with Colliers Team By Matthew Turner

Ben McMillon III, former president and founder of B.L. McMillon Advisors, has actually signed up with Colliers International as a very first vice president.

McMillon brings more than Thirty Years of commercial realty experience, having worked directly with designers, owners, management companies and tenants. Prior to McMillon’s work in industrial realty consulting, he invested 28 years as a leasing specialist for The Richard E. Jacobs Group, most recently as director of leasing.

CBRE Recruits Beckham to Lead London Financial investment Properties as Executive Director
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Repetition expert Sean Christie: ‘We continue to get better and learn from experience’.


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Sean Christie and Macklemore & & Ryan Lewis go to Surrender and Encore Beach Club’s fourth-anniversary celebration early Thursday, June 5, 2014, in Repetition Las Vegas.

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Sean Christie, managing partner of Give up Bar, Repetition Beach Club and Andrea’s at Steve Wynn’s Encore Las Vegas.

Kaskade at Encore Beach Club
Resident DJ Kaskade on Saturday, April 25, 2015, at Encore Beach Club.Introduce slideshow “

Ryan Lochte, David Guetta at Encore Beach Club
Ryan Lochte, center, and friends at Encore Beach Club on Sunday, Aug. 31, 2014, in Las Vegas.Launch slideshow “

In the ultra-competitive and one-upmanship industry of Las Vegas night life, it hasn’t lacked insight, believed, resourcefulness and, honestly, a lot of money that Give up Bar and Repetition Beach Club at Steve Wynn’s Repetition Las Vegas are celebrating their fifth anniversaries today.

Sean Christie– managing partner of Give up Bar, Encore Beach Club as well as Andrea’s, the adjoining dining establishment called after Mrs. Wynn– has been at the helm of the dayclub and bar equipments given that Day 1.

“(Mr. Wynn) hired me, and he let me do my job. The risk on DJs has actually paid off in the result, and it has been a big success,” Christie stated. “It was awkward at the time, however the instincts began.”

Right here is our Q+A where Christie dealt with the development of dayclubs and superstar DJs, a more inclusionary night life market, The Eagles, Taylor Swift and more:

Congratulations, Sean, on 5 years of Surrender Nightclub and Repetition Beach Club. Why do you think both have remained to succeed, specifically with the assault of competition in daylife and night life?

Firstly, we work at a terrific location at the Wynn and Encore. Culturally, we are everything about service and home entertainment– gorgeous products and terrific entertainment. And we stay ahead of the curve by recognizing the very best in home entertainment.

How do you remain ahead with your properties and react to competitors?

Coming from the bar viewpoint and dayclub viewpoint, individuals exist to hear what is hot in Las Vegas today. We are the Entertainment Capital of the World, and my team and Jesse (Waits’) group bring the best entertainment on the planet to Wynn and Encore, from the shows to the DJs and artists. We remain to improve and gain from experience.

Almost 20 DJs, numerous whom are superstars now– among them Kaskade, Steve Aoki, Afrojack, Lil Jon, Calvin Harris, Skrillex, Will.I.Am, Tiesto, David Guetta, Deadmau5 and Avicii– had their very first residencies at Surrender and Encore Beach Club. Was this luck or foresight?

Back in 2010 when XS was refraining from doing DJs, I was tasked by Mr. Wynn to open Give up and Encore Beach Club with 60,000 square feet of dayclub and bar area. We partnered up with Kaskade for 16 of 21 consecutive Sundays and put Repetition Beach Club on the map.

Give up hearkened to my days in Boston reserving DJs. The electronic dance music trend was gurgling, and we were feeling it in the market. We had Steve Aoki at Give up with Aoki’s House on Fridays. They were our anchors. Steve was the music director of Surrender, and he assisted us identity up-and-coming talent like Afrojack, Chuckie, Groove Armada, Pete Tong.

Kaskade programmed his own sets, and it became apparent through that year that the EDM trend was here and occurring with Skrillex, Calvin Harris, Aoki and Kaskade. Doing residencies with these men came to the leading edge. Paul Oakenfold’s Perfecto had a successful run at the Palms, and we looked at that format.

Kaskade’s residency in 2010 helped launch or truly improve the dayclub phenomenon. Was it a danger to sign him and focus on dayclubs?

Yep, it was. I consulted with Kaskade and his supervisor. They believed in the vision in exactly what we were producing. I desired a month-to-month commitment. He returned to me and stated weekly, like what he had seen in Ibiza.

Andrew Pascal, the hotel president at that time, was looking at a big amount of money to take care of DJs, and there was no comparable risk, as Mr. Wynn had actually never ever spent for entertainment.

But there’s a reason Mr. Wynn has succeeded for 40 years, and he listened and took in the info. He employed me, and he let me do my job. The risk on DJs has settled in the outcome, and it has been a huge success. It was uncomfortable at the time, however the impulses began.

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Sean Christie is flanked by Macklemore, right, and Ryan Lewis throughout Surrender’s third-anniversary celebration Thursday, June 6, 2013, at Repetition.

Rob Gronkowski at Surrender
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski parties at Surrender on Saturday, Feb. 28, 2015, in Encore.Launch slideshow “

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The 2014 Ugly Holiday Sweater Contest at Surrender on Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2014, in Encore.Launch slideshow “

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Macklemore crowd surfs during Surrender and Encore Beach Club's fourth-anniversary celebration early Thursday, June 5, 2014, in Encore Las Vegas. Launch slideshow “

Much has actually been made about the EDM bubble bursting. What are your ideas, and how competitive– and costly– is it to land a DJ for a residency?

The EDM bubble, it’s not rupturing, as it has actually penetrated mainstream popular culture. You hear the music during NBA, NFL and NHL video games. It’s just music. People get captured up categorizing music, but Frank Sinatra, Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift, Kaskade– at the end of the day, it’s music.

It makes individuals have an emotional experience. This generation is EDM. In the ’90s, it was grunge. In the ’50s and back to the ’30, it was jazz. It’s the old generation vs. the brand-new generation.

Instead of rupturing, it’s more of a peak, and it will certainly come back down, but it isn’t really going anywhere. The bubble bursting is an overstatement. The question is have we reached the peak– and will it level off more?

Costly? Yes! It’s millions of dollars a year. We invest the most money of any business landing artists and DJs, 10s of millions of dollars. We’re the No. 1 skill purchaser for DJs in the world. But if that’s what individuals desire, that’s what we’ll provide them.

Exactly what’s the most significant change you’ve seen in five years of managing Give up and Encore Beach Club?

The star DJs by far is the greatest thing. And over the last five years, Las Vegas has actually ended up being more inclusionary. You can purchase a ticket to get into a location; it’s a brand-new phenomenon.

Five years earlier, people just weren’t purchasing a ticket to obtain into a nightclub, but now with the development of technology and social media, there is no stress and anxiety of, “Will I get in?” It’s guaranteed admission. I grew up on the East Coastline, the nightclubs in Miami in the ’90s, and the only method to get in was getting in early or tipping the doorman.

Do you prefer dayclubs or clubs?

I choose nightclubs. I’m 41 years old, and I’m used to heading out during the night, not during the day. I work during the day (laughs).

What music do you like outside EDM?

I’m a Sirius XM The Bridge fan– ’70s mellow rock, The Eagles. I such as ’70s and ’80s music. I like to relax. I such as Frank Sinatra. I do not victimize music.

My 10-year-old little girl had me purchase Taylor Swift’s new album “1989” when we were at Whole Foods. I such as a few of the tunes– I ‘d only heard one or two on the radio– now that I have actually heard “1989” 20 times in a row (laughs). They’re catchy; I like them. However I choose ’70s mellow rock.

What is among your proudest achievements in the five years of Give up and Encore Beach Club?

We have a great deal of staff members who have actually worked right here from Day 1, so 5 years, about 30 individuals from opening day.

Do you have a prediction for the next daylife and nightlife trend in Las Vegas?

Yeah, I do. Daylife will certainly continue to grow. We are having our finest year ever at Repetition Beach Club. Someone will certainly do something outside EDM. It will be vibrant and change things up in the next year and a half.

People are awaiting a various offering, a more intimate environment. There are individuals who don’t care about super star DJs. Tryst is not DJ reliant. I hope we do it first.

What does the future hold for Give up and Encore Beach Club?

Encore Beach Club isn’t really going anywhere. We’ve had the best month ever in regards to gross and profitability. The scale of business is so huge. We do not generally discuss money, however we have actually had $1 million in revenue on Saturdays.

We have another five years of remaining to wow individuals at Repetition Beach Club. Retail stores, you can knock them out for a nightclub, however to develop a pool, a lot of more mechanics are involved. However all of it boils down to can we make the design deal with the entertainment costs.

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For the very first time at Surrender tonight, the pool will be open (no platform) for swimming throughout the DJ set at Give up. For EBC at Night, the DJ phase is outside.

Give up Bar and Encore Beach Club commemorate their 5th anniversaries tonight with DJ Skrillex leading the celebration.

Don Chareunsy is the Las Vegas Sun’s home entertainment and luxury senior editor and has been a reporter for almost 20 years.

Robin Leach of “Lifestyles of the Rich & & Famous popularity” has been a journalist for more than 50 years and has invested the previous 15 years offering readers the within scoop on Las Vegas, the world’s premier platinum play ground.

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Encore Beach Club Upon going into Repetition Beach Club, visitors are treated to 3 tiered swimming pools surrounded by palms trees. Visitors choosing an area to lounge can choose from either the oversized lily pads resting in shallow water or seat, couches and day beds. Repetition Beach Club’s video gaming structure beckons those seeking to attempt their luck at blackjack or craps.
3131 S. Las Vegas Boulevard Las Vegas, NV 89109

Surrender Club Give up, the bar at Encore, is the elegant choice for those seeking an upscale night soiree. This sensuous 5,000 square-foot club opens to the surrounding outdoor Encore Beach Club as the seasons allow. The club is open Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, plus Thursdays starting in the Spring season.
3131 South Las Vegas Boulevard Las Vegas, NV 89109