@The Palms | Free entry & free drink for all ladies, free entry for all guys in mixed groups (at least as many ladies as guys) on our guest list
Our exclusive LasVegasCalendars.com guest list at Kaos Nightclub at The Palms will typically allow all ladies and mixed groups (at least as many ladies as guys) free entry. Ladies on our guest list will also be given their first drink free. Our host will also typically have some limited free drink tickets to disburse to both our lady and guy guest list guests. 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.
Kaos Nightclub at The Palms 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.
All guy groups regular (non VIP services entry) must wait in the non-guest list entry line and pay the regular cover charge at the door or purchase tickets in advance.
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About KAOS Nightclub
As is often the case in Las Vegas, the rumors were true. The Palms is building a 100,000-square-foot, multi-level dayclub and nightclub with a massive glass wall-operable door dividing indoor and outdoor spaces, a DJ booth that rotates 360 degrees, a supplemental dome cover that will make it a year-round destination and a 65-foot bronze sculpture of a headless demon.
It’s going to be KAOS.
Set to open in April, the club and amphitheater-style complex is the last big piece of the resort’s $690 million update by Station Casinos, which acquired the 17-year-old off-Strip hotel and casino in 2016. “The opening of KAOS will be the culminating moment for the repositioning of Palms’ renovation,” general manager Jon Gray said in a statement. “We’ve assembled an incredible team of operators, attracted the biggest names across a variety of genres of music and designed a next-level space that will change the club landscape across the globe.”