If you’ve been to Vegas clubs before, then you know there hasn’t been a lot of variety when it comes to music genres. For instance, until recently, guests only had the choice of two options: hip-hop (with some top 40), or EDM. Suffice it to say, this shortage of alternatives has left many club-goers wanting more. Thankfully, though, this is all starting to change with at least one Latin club in Las Vegas now.
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Las Vegas’ Best Latin Club: Omnia
Currently, there’s only one club in Vegas that offers Spanish music, and it’s Omnia at Caesars Palace. (Kaos at the Palms used to have some phenomenal Latin talent weekly, but unfortunately, the venue closed in late 2019.)
Deseo Latin Sundays
Since last year, Omnia’s Latin nights have been gaining in popularity. So much that the club has dedicated an entire day of the week to Latin music. Better known as Deseo Latin Sundays, Omnia holds these events twice per month.
That said, there may be a few weeks out of the year when there isn’t a Latin night. This typically occurs during the wintertime as there are fewer people in town. So if you want to catch Deseo Latin Sunday, it’s a good idea to head to Vegas from spring to fall.
The specific Sundays that Omnia will have Latin nights are determined a few weeks in advance. You can check out Omnia Nightclub’s calendar to see when the next Deseo event is scheduled.
During the summer months, Latin nights are held on Omnia Nightclub’s outdoor terrace overlooking the strip. Quite frankly, it’s one of the best views in town. The sightlines are so good; in fact, it’s why Omnia is a top Las Vegas Club on New Year’s Eve.
Although the terrace is much smaller than the main room, the energy out there is intense. (If you ask me, a more intimate club environment is always a positive as it’s guaranteed to feel like a party even on the slower nights in Vegas.)
Now, if it’s colder outside, then the Deseo event moves inside to the hip-hop room, Heart of Omnia. Further still, when there’s a big event in town or a holiday weekend, like Mexican Independence Day, you’ll find Omnia’s Latin night inside the main room.
Now the best part about Latin nights at Omnia is the discounted bottle prices. For example, if you were to get table service on any other night at Omnia, bottle prices would start around $600. But if you go during Deseo Latin Sunday, you can purchase select bottles starting about $300 to $400. That’s a savings of up to 50%!
You can also score lower minimums on table service. For instance, if Omnia’s Latin night is inside the main room, table pricing typically runs from $1500 to $4000 depending on the location. Compare that with a Friday or Saturday at Omnia, and you’ll find main room prices starting around $4000 up to $10,000 (or more) depending on the DJ.
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Guest List & Tickets
You can often get free entry to Omnia’s Latin night by signing up for the club’s guest list. Generally speaking, ladies get free admission until around 12:30 am. If you’re a group of guys, then you can also get on the guest list as long as you have at least an even ratio of women to men in your party. (Please note that these rules may be subject to change.)
It’s also important to know that Omnia’s guest list rules vary based on demand. For instance, the club can cut it off at any point, or they may even decide to charge a cover.
If your group isn’t eligible for the guest list (or you don’t want to risk the club cutting off the list), then it’s best to purchase tickets online in advance. Prices at the door are usually higher.
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