Add your name/s on this page for free guest list entry | All ladies & mixed groups (at least as many ladies as guys) free entry on our guest list | EDM, Top 40, Open Format
Our exclusive LasVegasCalendars.com guest list at Hakkasan Nightclub Club will typically allow all ladies and mixed groups (at least as many ladies as guys) free entry. Guys in excess of ladies will typically receive discounted admission (typically $30). Excess guys in the group may also choose to invite ladies in advance of the party in order to form an equal ratio mixed group for free entry. Host will provide all entry details for all ladies and guys upon form submission.
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Hakkasan Nightclub reserves the right to change guest list parameters. You will be notified in advance in the rare event of any changes to guest list details.
About Steve Aoki
Steve Aoki, the DJ/Producer, among many traits also founded his own label, Dim Mak Records, in 1996. The label has released music by other electro house artists such as Datsik, Infected Mushroom, Dada Life, Zeds Dead, his own collaboration with Tiësto, MSTRKRFT, The Bloody Beetroots, Felix Cartal and Mustard Pimp, as well as by Bloc Party, Battles, The Kills, The Gossip, Klaxons, Scanners, Whitey, and Mystery Jets to name a few. The label has released over 250 records so far.
About the Guest List
Our LasVegasCalendars.com guest list at Hakkasan Nightclub at MGM Grand will typically allow ladies and mixed groups (at least as many ladies as guys) free entry. Guys in excess of equal number of ladies will pay a discounted cover at entry (typically $20).
There is no guest list for all guy groups at Hakkasan Nightclub. Guys must either meet ladies in advance of the club and invite them with to be included on guest list or pay full price for tickets in advance or at the door and wait in the regular Hakkasan Nightclub entry lines.
Guest list exceptions may be implemented on high demand nights by the venue in advance. In the rare event an exception is made, your group will be notified of any guest list exceptions prior to the date of the event.
All guy groups are not eligible for guest list entry at this club. Guys must either know or meet girls to form a guest list group that includes females, purchase tickets for entry, or reserve a VIP table. Click here for table reservations and bottle service
If you asked a well-to-do foodie from New York or Dubai about Hakkasan they’d rave about the Cantonese cuisine. If you asked the average American Midwesterner they’d probably say gesundheit. (We neither know nor care if that’s spelled right.) But this is Vegas. We do things differently. We like our sneezes seasonal-allergy-related and our high-end restaurants complete with their very own nightclubs. That’s why Hakkasan fits in so well here.
Rising above the restaurant on the first and second floor of the space at MGM Grand, Hakkasan nightclub includes a lavish lounge area, an outdoor garden bar and a massive dance space. The Ling Ling Lounge is a private, Eastern-inspired area on the third floor while the Ling Ling Club is a more modern dance hall next to the lounge. The Pavilion is adjacent to the main nightclub and offers an intimate oriental garden. And the main room is a dance floor experience that feels like you’re standing inside a DJ’s brain at the exact moment they’re trying to figure out where to put the fifteenth drop of the night.
This is the club of Tiesto, Calvin Harris, Steve Aoki and many more artists that define the modern EDM genre. DJs in the streets scenes cut their teeth in the dive clubs dreaming of a night at Hakkasan. But the space is so large that only the biggest names will draw the crowds. So Hakkasan continually cultivates the best of the best to perform.
It’s one of the hottest clubs on the Las Vegas Strip because its controlling company, Hakkasan Group, knows how the business of clubs is done. They’ve snatched up competitors. They’re expanding their reach. And they understand what the people want: Big names, busting sounds and a bomb-ass place to bring it. Hakkasan just does it right. If you’ve got money to spend and the night is yours, buy what you can at Hakkasan. If you can’t throw that much then at least give it a shot one night. There are clubs that are more chill and clubs where you won’t feel as much like a wall accessory, but they aren’t as big or bad as Hakkasan.
There is some chance that Hakkasan has become so big that the hipster subset of ravers are now too cool for it, but don’t let that sway you. That just means there’ll be fewer people saying things like, “This place would be so much better with some deep house or experimental pre-rave-core trance step.”
Dress Code is upscale fashionable attire. Hakkasan does not permit: hats, sandals, sneakers, ripped or baggy clothing and athletic wear. Collared shirts are required for men.