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1 Oak Las Vegas
1 Oak Las Vegas is the number one spot for hip hop on the Las Vegas Strip. Located inside of The Mirage Hotel & Casino, this nightclub provides guests with world-class service and sophisticated nightlife experience.
1 Oak Las Vegas brings together art and fashion to create a sexy, sleek, and high-class environment. The visually stunning nightclub embraces the unknown and encourages all to expect the unexpected. This nightclub is filled with state of the art sound and lighting and original pieces of art by acclaimed artist Roy Nachum.
1 Oak provides guests with impromptu performances from music’s top open-format artists, appearances and parties from A-list celebrities, and more surprises that provide an unbeatable nightlife experience.
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1 Oak Nightclub Las Vegas was designed to embody the feeling of chic, world-class service. 1 Oak came to Las Vegas to introduce the nightlife of The Strip to the excitement and sophistication of a New York City night out. The key to doing this? Expect the unexpected.
On a typical night out in New York City, one thing is for sure. You never know who you’re going to see. By providing guests with surprise performances from the hottest up-and-coming artists in music, unannounced appearances from top tier celebrities, and even more surprises…1 Oak supplies Las Vegas with the ultimate New York nightclub experience.
The Las Vegas nightclub features a 16,000 square foot space that features two rooms of music, state-of-the-art audiovisual from Avalon Sound, and original artwork from the world-famous artist Roy Nachum.
1 Oak Nightclub is the favorite nightclub of many musical and celebrity guests alike, bringing in the likes of Fergie, Jessica Alba, Adam Levine, Pitbull, Wiz Khalifa, Kanye West, Kid Kudi, Joseph Gordon Levitt, and more!
1 Oak Las Vegas Calendar
1 Oak Las Vegas is the home of hip hop on The Strip. Commonly referred to as the number one place for hip hop in Las Vegas, the nightclub earned that title the day it opened its doors.
The inaugural night was hosted by Fergie, had high profile hip hop artists perform, and closed with a now famous 3-hour DJ set by YEEZEYWORLDPEACE, commonly known to the world as Kanye West. When it comes to performances at 1 Oak, expect the unexpected. Impromptu performances from some of the biggest up-and-coming talents in music are a common occurrence at 1 Oak.
Hip Hop artists performing at 1 Oak this year:
- Tory Lanez
- Playboi Carti
- O.T. Genasis
- And more…
There’s also a number of world class hip hop DJs including the likes of:
- DJ Shortkutz
- DJ E-Rock
- DJ Lucky Lou
- DJ Shift
- DJ Big Ben
- Maria Romano
- DJ Bamboozle
- DJ Turbulence
- DJ CL.A.
- DJ Scooter
- DJ Crooked
- DJ Karma
- Mike Attack
- And more…
You can click here to see the entire 1 Oak Las Vegas calendar for exact dates on when to catch your favorite DJs and artists. The cover charge for these events varies from $20-$100 and are subject to increase for special events
As with all Las Vegas nightclubs, proper dress code is required to gain entry into 1 Oak Las Vegas, especially when it comes to men. As with any night out on the Las Vegas Strip, you should expect to dress your best, and dress to impress. The 1 Oak Las Vegas Dress Code could be described as “upscale chic.” There are certain items that are not permitted into the club. The following items are considered to be in violation of the 1 Oak Las Vegas dress code:
- Excessive Jewelry
- Athletic Wear
- Baggy Attire
- Tennis Shoes
To avoid any issues getting into the club once at the rope, men should wear a collared shirt and/or sports coat. Try to avoid anything that could be considered “sportswear”. Ultimately, entry into the club is always up to the discretion of the doorman
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1 Oak Las Vegas Bottle Service
1 Oak Las Vegas bottle service offers a wide variety of table options. The club has a total of 64 table locations that stretch through three sections of the club:
- 9 VIP Lounge tables
- 7 Exist VIP Lounge tables
- 9 Main Room VIP tables
- 19 VIP tables surrounding the dance floor
- 15 VIP tables on the actually dance floor
Smaller tables begin at around $595, which shit up to 6 guests. Larger tables, such as the dance floor tables, begin at $2.5k. Prices vary on the night and number of people in your party. Prices of tables are slightly more expensive on Friday and Saturday nights than they are on industry Wednesdays. While the club does not bring in top tier electronic DJs, they do bring in A-list celebrity hosts, such as Scott Disick, which can seriously raise the table minimums.
Bottle prices vary depending on the day and event as well.
1 Oak Las Vegas Cover Charge
If you plan to pay at the door, general admission usually starts at $30 for ladies and $40 for gentlemen on regular club nights – you should expect to pay more for special events and holidays. Prices may vary at the door. You can purchase presale tickets online.
The price for female presales is almost always $20, and $30 for male presale tickets. Door prices and special events tend to be more expensive. More expensive cover charges are up to $50 for females and $75 for males.
1 Oak Las Vegas guest list can be obtained from one of the many online promoter websites, but not directly on the club’s website itself. As with most Las Vegas guest lists, there are entry benefits that can be obtained from signing up. If you have a larger group, signing up for a guest list guarantees:
- Free entrance for all the ladies in the group
- Free entrance for all men in the group
- Both men and women get to skip the general admission line
Most guest lists operate in the same manner:
Arrive early – the guest list entries are ultimately determined by the venue. On busier nights, clubs may close guest list early. Once you’ve signed up for a guest list, it is recommended to show up to the club by 10:15 p.m. to check in at the guest list podium, located on the left side of the entrance.