Tao Beach set to reopen this spring after multi-year renovation

Tao Beach at the Venetian will reopen for the 2022 pool season after a complete renovation that began in 2019.

Touted as the first true dayclub on the Las Vegas Strip when it opened in 2007, the reimagined Tao Beach will be a Bali-inspired tropical oasis featuring a prominent DJ booth and dance floor, 21 luxury cabanas, and seven VIP cabanas with private pools.

The Tao Beach DJ calendar will be anchored by Swedish DJ and producer Alesso, who has signed a multi-year residency deal with Tao Group (who also operate Marquee, Hakkasan, Omnia, and more.)

Other resident artists include house-heads Fisher and Chris Lake, with more to be announced in the coming weeks.

Tao Beach will be more than double its previous size, able to accommodate up to 3,000 guests. Designed by Rockwell Group, the venue will prominently feature two 15-foot-tall sculptures by Daniel Popper: a pair of sculptural hands at the entry and a tree goddess at the main bar. Popper’s installations have been a part of numerous festivals including EDC and Burning Man.

The poolside food menu will feature oversized sushi boats and over-the-top edible structures, as well as Tao Restaurant favorites including seafood towers, sashimi carved table-side, and crafted hand rolls.

An exact opening date of the new Tao Beach will be announced soon.

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