Omnia Nightclub Fast Facts

Omnia Nightclub Fast Facts

Martin Garrix performs. (Photo Al Powers)

Omnia Nightclub at Caesar's Palace opened its doors late March with a performance from Calvin Harris. Check out our list of fast facts about Las Vegas' latest hotspot.

Lighting design for Omnia was done by Willie Williams, who is known for his decades-long concert tour design work with U2.

Architectural design was done by Rockwell Group.

The DJ line-up for opening weekend included performances by Calvin Harris, DJ Irie, Martin Garrix, DJ Ruckus, Questlove, and Chuckie.

Opening weekend also hosted Justin Bieber’s 21st birthday celebration.

The completely redeveloped 75,000sq-ft. venue houses three spaces: Main Club with balcony; Heart of Omnia, the ultra-lounge; and The Terrace.

Photo Francis

The Main Club features a 65'-tall dome ceiling with a 22,000-lb kinetic chandelier, engineered by Tait and featuring eight concentric rings featuring lighting and projection.

The Opal and Velvet bars are both located in the main room.

Two ascending grand staircases lead to the balcony, with 12 opera boxes and two grand skyboxes.

Atop the venue sits the Terrace, providing sweeping views of the Las Vegas Strip. Architectural LED strips embedded into the flooring and walls, etched glass light fixtures and cantilevered lampposts provide a soft glow after dusk.

Omnia was conceived by global hospitality company, Hakkasan Group, which also owns and operates Hakkasan nightclub at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, as well as several other venues.

Check out our full coverage, sponsored by Robe and L-Acoustics, at our Project In Focus on Omnia here, and check back often for continuing updates.

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