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The Best Pool Parties in Las Vegas

The Best Pool Parties in Las Vegas

Vegas is known for its wild parties, but the pool parties in Sin City are a whole new level of crazy. Scantily clad waitresses, cake throwing DJs and hundreds of people with no inhibitions will have you throwing your arms in the air every time that dirty beat drops. With summer fast approaching we’ve laid out the craziest pool parties Las Vegas has to offer so you can pack all the essentials to eat sleep rave and repeat during your visit.

Kaos

Kaos is the newest addition to the Vegas nightlife scene- and while the club promises to be out of this world, their pool party is meant to rival even that of Encore Beach with its cracking Artist and DJ line ups and 73,000 sq ft layout. Get ready to be awed by two main pools, over 30 cabanas and performances by A-Listers such as Marshmello, Deadmau5 and Kaskade. As this is the first season Kaos will be open, it is sure to be one wild ride.

Encore Beach Club

Just when you thought Encore couldn’t get any better, the Vegas staple has introduced a new line up of Deep House DJs that will have your head spinning. The Encore pool party, which is already at the top of the day club game, has signed big names like Carl Cox and Black Coffee, and plans to host Elrow parties throughout the summer. Get your Ibiza gear ready and meet us at Encore.

Wet Republic

Wet has become a household name for anyone visiting Vegas. Those that visit often, or even first timers, know that anyone who is anyone goes to Wet Republic for the top notch DJs and hyped up day parties. House favorites like Calvin Harris and Tiesto both hold residencies at the MGM pool, while names like Steve Aoki and Martin Garrix headline there throughout the summer. If you want to get loose and enjoy some sick tunes while being sprayed by champagne bottles or having cake thrown at you by a world- renowned DJ- Wet is the place for you.

Daylight

Daylight at the Mandalay Bay is what we would consider one of Vegas’ hidden gems. Built with a nod to the Ibiza Space stage in Spain, this little branch of paradise is known for hosting both House and Hip Hop DJs like Duke Dumont and Rick Ross. Once the weather really heats up, they open their sister night swim Eclipse, which allows guests to partake in all the day club debauchery under the lush desert night sky.

Marquee

Marquee Pool boasts a slightly more intimate atmosphere, while still allowing guests to rage throughout the day. Located on the rooftop of the Cosmopolitan Hotel, this little oasis hosts huge DJ names and dedicates Sundays to Deep House enthusiasts. The layout offers guests the option of private cabanas with their own smaller pools, or the large center pool is the perfect place to be when the main attraction hits center stage. Champagne showers, great tunes and a rooftop oasis are the perfect ingredients for the ultimate Vegas pool experience

While there are a variety of pools to choose from while visiting Vegas, we encourage you to dabble in these wild and delightful pool parties during your stay. So Break out that SPF 50 because you’ll be drinking, dancing and diving into a whole new level of partying at some of the craziest pool parties in Las Vegas.

What to do in Vegas in May?

What to do in Vegas in May?

What to do in Vegas in May?

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May is one of the busiest months of the year for pool parties, especially on Memorial Day Weekend. Celebrities and VIPs flock to the biggest dayclubs while top-name DJs provide the entertainment. But that’s not all, May is host to a large number of celebrations and reasons to visit Las Vegas, see our list below;

EDC

Las Vegas is ready to welcome summer and the most significant event in May is the Electric Daisy Carnival. The biggest electronic dance music festival in the country welcomes about 140,000 people each night over a three-day weekend at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Past headliners have included the Chainsmokers, Zedd, Tiesto, Calvin Harris and other top DJs. But as always, event promoter Insomniac insists the real “headliners” are the fans who show up year after year.

EDC was formerly held in June, but event organizers bumped it up a month last year to cut down on high winds and hot temperatures. While the music and atmosphere are the same, the weather is now better than ever. If you’ve ever thought about attending the festival, you may want to give it a shot in 2019.

MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND

Memorial Day traditionally marks the start of summer and easily marks one of the biggest weekends in Las Vegas. Book your hotel early. Memorial Day Weekend runs May 24-27 this year and as always, the crowds will be huge. Expect long lines to restaurants, nightclubs and pool parties. Fortunately, you can stay up to date with club schedules & table prices.

If you want to avoid the chaos of the Strip, you may prefer the beaches, boating and jet skis of Lake Mead and Lake Las Vegas, each just minutes outside the metropolitan area. Lake Havasu in Arizona and Lake Powell, which borders Arizona and Utah, are both worth a road trip as well.

CINCO DE MAYO 

It’s not quite as busy as Memorial Day Weekend, but Cinco de Mayo definitely packs in the crowds on the Strip. Think of it as the perfect pregame party for summer. Bars and restaurants offer deals and discounts on Mexican food and Margaritas. Traditionally, Vegas likes to host a big-name boxing fight during Cinco de Mayo Weekend too.

VEGAS UNCORK’D

It’s safe to say Vegas Uncork’d is the biggest culinary event of the year in Las Vegas. The event typically lasts four days with names like Gordon Ramsay, Guy Savoy and Giada de Laurentiis leading a series of tastings, dinners, brunches and anything else you can imagine at their namesake restaurants. Everything culminates at the Grand Tasting at the Garden of the Gods pool at Caesars Palace.

CHRISTINA AGUILERA: THE XPERIENCE

Another pop diva is coming to Las Vegas. Christina Aguilera will debut a new residency called “The Xperience” at the Zappos Theater inside Planet Hollywood on May 31. Additional dates are scheduled through June, September and October. The singer of hits like “Beautiful” and “Genie in a Bottle” has kept a relatively low profile in recent years. Her 2018 tour was the singer’s first in more than a decade and included a stop at the Colosseum at Caesars, which no doubt was something a test-run for a residency. (Both venues are under the Caesars Entertainment umbrella.) The shows will help fill the void of Britney Spears’ cancelled residency at rival Park Theater, which was scheduled to run throughout the year.

VIP Table & Bottle Service at a Pool Party

Celebrities and VIPs flock to the biggest dayclubs while top-name DJs provide the entertainment.  The best way to enjoy these wild events is with a cabana or daybed, which typically require at least a $1,000 commitment toward food and drinks. Request a cabana or daybed through Upbeat Vegas to learn about comps and special deals.

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