First events for 2023 Vegas pool party season announced

It may still be winter in Las Vegas (and across the country), but the countdown to pool party season 2023 is fully underway.

Most Vegas dayclubs open in early March (weather permitting), with grand opening pool parties planned later in April. The pool season typically runs through mid October.

While there’s still a solid month and a half until the greatest time of year returns, almost all daylife venues have already hired staff, and some have even announced talent and events for the entire season.

Ayu Dayclub at Resorts World was the first to make announcements this year, with events on the calendar clear through October — including EDC Week, Memorial Day, 4th of July, and Labor Day weekends.

Together with sister venue Zouk Nightclub, artists on Ayu’s calendar include Tiesto, Zedd, Kaskade, Louis the Child, Cheat Codes, Jonas Blue, DJ Snake, Cash Cash, Nervo, Audien, and others.

See the full Ayu Dayclub at Resorts World event calendar here.

Encore Beach Club has also starting filling in its calendar with events through the end of May. The venue’s 2023 residents include The Chainsmokers, David Guetta, Marshmello, Dillon Francis, Kygo, Gryffin, Acraze, Two Friends, Deux Twins, Surf Mesa, Morten, and more.

See the full calendar of events at Encore Beach Club here.

Other top venues like Wet Republic, Marquee Dayclub, Tao Beach, and Daylight Beach Club have indicated they’ll open in early March (see pool opening dates here), but haven’t yet announced specific artists or schedules.

Once pool party season is fully underway, look for select venues to start hosting “nightswim” nighttime pool parties as the weather warms up in late April and early May.

Keep an eye on our Vegas Dayclub Pool Party DJ Calendar for the latest updates as more details are revealed in the coming weeks.

SEE ALSOAll upcoming nightclub/dayclub events in Las Vegas


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