Hakkasan Las Vegas:  A First Year Anniversary Weekend You Don’t Wanna Miss.

With all the hype, hooplah and awards circulating around Hakkasan Las Vegas it is hard to believe this mega club is barely one year old.  Starting Thursday, April 24th through Sunday April 27th the venue will be celebrating its first anniversary in what one can only imagine will be as electrifying as its first year on the strip has been.  The weekend kicks off with a VEGAS Magazine VIP event that has DJ Bingo Players turning tricks in the main room while Crooked keeps it chill downstairs in the Ling Ling Club.   Thinking about joining the celebration?  Make sure you do it right with exclusive VIP table service.

After Playboy magazine voted Hakkasan Las Vegas the best nightclub in the world a mere 6 months after its grand opening, you can bet Hugh and his bunnies are always comped at one of the best VIP tables in the main room.  That would be on the stage, and if you want VIP rights to one of only four of these tables expect to shell out about $20,000.  That’s during a major event like their anniversary party. A regular Thursday night will run about $15,000 or go on a non-event Sunday and pay only $10,000 for VIP bottle service at the same table where Holly and Crystal fought over Puffin.

Now that's company I'd love to hang out with.

Now that's company I'd love to hang out with.

If you and your crew don’t mind looking down on the crowd, a VIP table on the mezzanine level is frigging awesome.  VIP balling in a skybox at Hakkasan during the anniversary celebration starts at $4,000 for Thursday and Sunday and $7,500 Friday and Saturday. With that you are on top of the DJ and a have access to your own sound control and TV’s.  Of course you still get your fill of drink mixers and your own security, just like a VIP should. This is the ultimate bachelor party VIP spot that you can reserve for around $3,000 on Thursday or Sunday of a non-event weekend. 

Hakkasan @ MGM Grand has arguably the best DJ lineup in the world.

Hakkasan @ MGM Grand has arguably the best DJ lineup in the world.

Grammy award winning DJ Calvin Harris is running Hakkasan’s anniversary party Friday the 25th.  After the nightclub threw him a kick-ass birthday party back in January, you can be sure he is going to outdo himself to return the favor.  The Pavilion has tables available that night ranging from $3,000 to $5,000.  That’s an awesome price to pay for a private spot in an oriental garden setting.  Divvy the cost up between 5 of your buddies and you’ll have enough spare change to see Calvin at Wet Republic Saturday afternoon.  How the hell does he do that?

How has birthdays that big? Calvin Harris at Hakkasan does.

How has birthdays that big? Calvin Harris at Hakkasan does.

The Roots frontman Questlove will be hosting Hakkasans Ling Ling Club Saturday April 26th. The Ling Ling Club encompasses the 3rd floor of the complex and should not be overlooked if you want the Hakkasan experience, but toned down a notch.  Sip your Bacardi in a VIP booth right next to the dance floor for $4,000 or $3,000 to be a little further back.  The Ling Ling Club setting is so intimate that it isn’t going to make a bit of difference in your VIP experience.

Questlove, aka ?uestlove.

Questlove, aka ?uestlove.

Hakkasan has raised the bar in the Vegas nightclub scene in the short time it has been open. Expect great things for their second year as well.  Besides Playboy, Nightclub & Bar Media Group has also awarded them nightclub of the year and for the first time ever had to give out an honorable mention in their revenue based top 100 list, only because Hakkasan was not open for the full 12 months of 2013.

With the longest list of DJ’s ever before seen in a single Las Vegas venue, it’s safe to bet that we will be seeing more awards in 2014.  Check out the hype for yourself the next time you’re in town.  Once you get the VIP treatment at Hakkasan you’ll understand what all the hoopla is about.

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