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Themed Nights Are Coming Back to OMNIA and Hakkasan Nightclubs in Las Vegas

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Since OMNIA Nightclub’s launch on February 10th with Deseo Latin Sundays, the immense success has called for more themed nights to return. The venue maintains its upscale expectations, but guests have the unique experience to hear Latin-inspired tracks spun by some of the best talent in the area. To top it off, Searsucker Las Vegas offers a ‘Deseo Latin Sundays’ menu featuring savory dishes and innovative cocktails for $65.00 per person.

With the bar already set high, Wild at Heart is also back by demand at OMNIA every Tuesday starting March 12th. It is set in the extravagant room at the heart of the venue, and it holds the most popular industry party that brings a night out in Vegas to its highest peak.

Similar to those at OMNIA, another returning themed night being raved about is Saturday Night SKAM held at the Ling Ling Club within Hakkasan Nightclub. The event will once again feature top tier DJs off of the SKAM artist label, and they will bring back the hype that everyone has been missing starting March 9th.

If those nights are not enough to fulfill an unforgettable night out in Vegas, a new night will also be added to the Hakkassan Nightclub schedule. Every Sunday starting March 3rd, “One Night Only” will take place. This is an open-format music night that combines EDM, hip-hop, Top 40, and more. The wide range of genres makes this event unique since guests can enjoy all genres of music from current and in-demand talent.

Mark your calendars! These events are right around the corner and will become the highlights of Las Vegas nightlife. Visit here for a full list of all the happenings at Hakkasan Group.

Rising DJ, producer, and content creator, Ciara Graves, has been a dedicated Writer & Editor for The Nocturnal Times while simultaneously crafting her most electrifying projects yet. Having originally produced under the alias, Graveheart for a few years, Ciara is working towards taking a more sophisticated approach with her music by focusing on the meaningful connection between the visual and auditory realms. She studied Music Production & Recording Arts at Elon University '20 and completed Icon Collective's online music production program in Spring '21.

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