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EBC at Night Las Vegas 101
If you’re looking for a night out in Las Vegas, look no further than the EBC at Night.
You’re likely familiar with the red awning cabanas of the iconic Encore Beach Club (EBC), but might be less familiar with the nightclub and night swim version of this club known as Encore Beach Club at Night.
We highly recommend this nightclub especially during the summer busy season because everything is open, casino table games are open inside the club, the energy is off the charts electric, and the best DJs headline the club weekend after weekend.
EBC at Night it is always a great time and we recommend you give this night swim a go.
How do you get to EBC at Night?
As the name suggests EBC at Night is located inside the luxurious Encore Las Vegas Hotel and Casino.
When it comes to getting to EBC you have a few options, but the easiest and most common way is to take a taxi or an Uber/Lyft.
Whether you use ride-share or taxi you will want to get dropped off at Encore.
If you’re planning on driving yourself you can park at Encore/Wynn’s self parking garage for free.
Once you make it to Encore the easiest way to find Encore Beach Club is by following the signs or asking the hotel staff.
From our experience finding Encore Beach Club and finding the club entry point is pretty easy and straightforward.
Just remember, when in doubt, ask a hotel staff member or ask a party goer in the hotel if they know where EBC is.
Is there a dress code at EBC at Night?
Yes the dress code at EBC at Night is similar to XS Nightclub or any other major club on the strip.
The dress code is strictly enforced and it is better to err on the side of dressing up than dressing too casual.
With that said, if you aim for business casual you’re going to be fine.
For EBC at Night and EBC at Night (Night Swim) nice jeans or dress pants, dress shoes, and a button up shirt will always guarantee entry.
When it comes to night swim, swim attire is required if you want to go into the water and proper swim attire is required if you want to wear shorts into the club.
EBC at Night dress code:
Proper Night Club Attire Includes: Business Casual Dress.
The following are always prohibited: No torn, cut-off, baggy attire, or stained clothing. No offensive prints. No tank tops, chains, swim wear, or robes/towels. No athletic wear, including but not limited to, gym shorts, sweatpants, hats, etc. No clothing that contains rivets, hooks, studs, etc. No work boots or sandals
Management reserves all rights to determine appropriate attire.
For EBC Night Swim dress code:
Proper Swim Attire Includes:
No undergarments allowed for sunbathing/swimming. No see-through, risqué, or indecent clothing or swimwear. European sunbathing is not permitted. No offensive prints. No jeans, pants, chains, or robes. No clothing that contains rivets, hooks, studs, etc. No work boots. Business Casual Dress is also allowed.
Guest may not swim/sunbathe fully clothed.
Management reserves all rights to determine appropriate attire.
What time does EBC at Night open and close?
EBC at Night is open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 10:00pm- 4am plus.
Management reserves all rights to change opening or closing times depending on the night.
What is the age limit?
EBC at Night has a strict 21+ age requirement validated with a government-issued ID or passport.
How much is EBC at Night’s entrance?
It is always recommended to attend EBC at Night via GA online pre-sale if you’re wanting to guarantee entry and avoid potential lines that come with Guest List entry.
Enjoy entry to the nightclub and general admission areas throughout the venue.
The ticket holders must arrive prior to MIDNIGHT (12:00AM) for guaranteed entry.
Male Presale Ticket: $50- $75 + fees
Female Presale Ticket: $30 – $50 + fees
Is there a guest list?
Yes, there is a guest list.
At EBC at Night, ladies get free entry and guys can usually get free entry with an even ratio.
This means if you’re traveling in a mixed group you will need an even ratio of men to women in order for the men to get in for free via guest list.
The best way to get on EBC’s guest list is by searching with your favorite search engine, looking on Instagram for a EBC at Night promoter, or asking a friend if they have gone through a EBC at Night promoter in the past.
What are the benefits and prices of a VIP Table?
If you’re looking for a private area to drink, dance, party, and live the VIP experience then EBC at Night VIP table experience might be a great fit for you.
The benefits of having your own table include, having your own space to dance and talk, drink amenities, VIP service from waitstaff, and a VIP high roller experience and memories you will take with you and have forever.
EBC at Night VIP Tables or “Bottle Service” ranges in pricing dependent on proximity to the DJ/Dancefloor, whether you want to be inside or outside, how close to the event you book, who is playing, and the time of year, or if it is a holiday weekend.
Table service bottles start at around $600 and the minimum spend for tables starts at ~$1,500 and goes up to as much as $15,000+ depending on the night.
For specific pricing, you will need to contact a EBC at Night host for exact details.
Is there a EBC at Night event calendar?
What is the ambiance of EBC at Night?
EBC at Night and EBC at Night (Night Swim) is an elegant and intimate environment that offers that offers guests premier nightclub experience that feels a little more relaxed than XS Nightclub.
This club is one of our favorites during the summer because the weather at night feels great, the pool is open, the DJs are great, and casino table games are in full swing.
In addition to great DJs and great summer weather, EBC at Night captivates Las Vegas guests with it’s 55,000 square feet of space, three tiered pools, 40 foot palm trees, 36 private bungalows and cabanas, plush daybeds, and a top of the line audio and LED stage production.
EBC is one of the most talked about clubs and is an award-winning nightclub that has lavish indoor seating, signature cocktails, bottle service, wine, spirits, and world class entertainment.
There’s a reason why you have probably seen friends post pictures from EBC or Encore Beach Club within Encore and thats because it is one of the hottest places to party.
What is the music like at EBC at Night?
EBC at Night offers a unique experience with its world-renowned DJs in the electronic dance music world.
No matter when you go to EBC at Night you can expect to see a big name on the marquee.
DJ Residencies and Appearances:
Carnage, DJ Diesel (Shaquille O’Neal), David Guetta, Deux Twins, Dillon Francis, Diplo, Gryffin, Kim Lee, Kygo, Major Lazer, Marshmello, Meduza, RL Grime, and The Chainsmokers
For the most up-to-date information on DJ appearances you can check out EBC at Night event calendar.
What are the drinks and pricing like at EBC?
Drink prices at EBC at Night are expensive but are comparable to other premier nightclubs on the strip-like Hakkasan, XS, Marquee, and Resorts World.
Beers start at ~$15
Shots and other single drink cocktails start at roughly ~$17
Mixed drinks and multi-shot cocktails start at $25+ dollars
Drinks in Las Vegas nightclubs are expensive so people will often have a few drinks in their room or on the strip and then head to the club.
Final remarks and why you should go to EBC at Night
If you’re planning on heading to EBC at Night here’s some review and some tips you should commit to memory.
First, buy tickets in advance – this will guarantee you entry.
Second, plan to go early especially if you choose to do the guest list – the club gets very crowded later on.
Third dress to impress!
With its luxurious decor and world-renowned DJs, you’re guaranteed an amazing time.
Las Vegas EDM nightclubs always deliver a great time and EBC at Night is no exception.
Get your tickets now and we hope you have a great time.
Starting with my first EDM event in 2010 at Nocturnal Wonderland and hearing One by Swedish House Mafia and Benny Bennassi’s “Satisfaction” I have been hooked on EDM. While Above&Beyond and Anjunabeats captured my heart in 2012, the genre I love the most is Hardstyle and I feel the most alive when listening to it. My favorite part about the EDM world is the energy that is packed into each genre fan base and event. Writing for Deep In The Mix gives me the opportunity to contribute back to the EDM world I love so much.