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Sensory Overload at OMNIA on the Las Vegas Strip

Stellar DJs, Stunning Visuals Highlight Opulent OMNIA Nightclub

Over the last decade, nightlife has exploded onto the city’s landscape becoming a herculean industry. To compete, nightclubs are being forced to step up their game. OMNIA Nightclub, no doubt, accepted that challenge.

“The design and layout is unlike anything Las Vegas has seen before,” Alex Cordova, Hakkasan Group executive vice president of marketing, said. OMNIA has blended new world ideas with a sophisticated feel. Quite frankly, OMNIA has brought glamour back to nightlife.

An enthralling 22,000-pound kinetic chandelier containing eight concentric circles that move independently from one another is one impressive highlight of the 75,000-square-foot club at Caesars Palace. Divided into different areas, OMNIA features sprawling views of the Las Vegas Strip on its terrace level, but also offers a VIP lounge experience with its Heart of OMNIA area—a space that features live performances from legends such as Rev Run, DJ Jazzy Jeff and Questlove. The main club and balcony levels feature private opera boxes with premium views of some the world’s biggest DJs, including Calvin Harris, Martin Garrix, Afrojack and NERVO.

Hoping to give guests an all-encompassing evening, OMNIA executives consulted with these headliners, “to see what tech enhancements would catapult their sets beyond the average nightclub experience,” Cordova said. The rich, classic design coupled with fan-friendly nightlife staples—LEDs and a top-of-the-line sound system—give off a vibe that exceeds nightlife normalcy and gives guests an interactive, sensor-driven experience. “We ensured every detail contributes to an intimate, yet awe-inspiring experience,” Cordova said.

PHOTOS COURTESY OF HAKKASAN GROUP

About The Author

Mark Gray is a freelance writer who has had over 2,500 nationally-published stories. Having lived in Las Vegas since 2005, Gray worked in the public relations field before taking a job with PEOPLE Magazine, where he worked for nearly eight years. A pop culture junkie, he’s a contributor to PEOPLE, Rolling Stone, wonderwall.com, msn.com, and others. The Salt Lake City native is an unapologetic fanatic of both punk rock and country music, and when he's not studying the latest news on celebrity culture, he's likely posted up somewhere watching a gluttony of sports.

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