Updated List: Las Vegas nightlife closures and cancellations due to coronavirus

Entertainment venues and events in Las Vegas and worldwide are temporarily closing or canceling programming in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s an effort to encourage social distancing to prevent the further spread of the virus, while providing an opportunity for venues to be fully sterilized. In most cases, customers who purchased advance tickets or table deposits are being refunded at the point of purchase.

Wynn Nightlife’s Art of the Wild house and techno event series has also been cancelled.

Venues are said to be evaluating their decision to close on a week-by-week basis. Nevada casinos were allowed to reopen as of June 4, but nightlife and dayclub venues have not fully reopened.

Here’s a current running list of Las Vegas venues affected by the coronavirus outbreak (updated as information becomes available).

List updated at 8:43 p.m. on Tues., June 17.

Vegas Nightclub COVID-19 Closures

Light Nightclub: Temporarily closed as of March 13. Re-opening TBA.
Marquee Nightclub: Temporarily closed as of March 13. Re-opening TBA.
Tao Nightclub: Temporarily closed as of March 13. Re-opening TBA.
Drai’s Nightclub and After Hours: Temporarily closed as of March 13. Re-opening TBA.
XS Nightclub: Temporarily closed as of March 12. Re-opening TBA.
Encore Beach Club at Night: Temporarily closed as of March 12. Re-opening TBA
Hakkasan Nightclub: Temporarily closed as of March 13. Re-opening TBA.
Omnia Nightclub: Temporarily closed as of March 13. Re-opening TBA.
Jewel Nightclub: Temporarily closed as of March 13. Re-opening TBA.

Vegas Dayclub COVID-19 Closures

Daylight Beach Club: Temporarily closed as of March 13. Re-opening TBA.
Drai’s Beach Club: Temporarily closed as of March 13. Re-opening TBA.
Encore Beach Club: Temporarily closed as of March 12. Re-opening TBA.
Liquid Pool at Aria: Temporarily closed as of March 13. Re-opening TBA.
Marquee Dayclub: Reopening Fri., June 19 as Marquee Pool.
Wet Republic: Temporarily closed as of March 13. Re-opening TBA.
Tao Beach: Closed for all of 2020 season for renovation (unrelated to COVID-19).

Vegas Restaurant/Buffet COVID-19 Closures

NOTE: As of March 18, all casinos in Nevada will be closed until at least April 18.
Aria Buffet: Temporarily closed.
Bellagio Buffet: Temporarily closed.
Excalibur Buffet: Temporarily closed.
Luxor Buffet: Temporarily closed.
Mandalay Bay Buffet: Temporarily closed.
MGM Grand Buffet: Temporarily closed.
Mirage Buffet: Temporarily closed.
Wynn Buffet: Temporarily closed.
Wicked Spoon at Cosmopolitan: Temporarily closed.
Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars: Temporarily closed.

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