When you’re ready to party, there’s really no better place to do it than Las Vegas. This city was built on the back of legendary nightlife, and it shows. If you want to make sure your next trip here is unforgettable, then read on for some simple tips on how to have fun for days—or at least until dawn.
Dress for the party
Dressing for the occasion is one of the most important things you can do to ensure that you have a good time. If you’re going to a club with a dress code, follow it—even if it seems arbitrary or outdated.
There’s nothing worse than being shut out of an event because your outfit doesn’t meet some arbitrary standard. Also, make sure to dress according to the weather and crowd—if it’s pouring outside, don’t wear your favorite new suede jacket!
Be the party
Don’t be a wallflower. This is the most important thing to remember when clubbing, especially if you’re going solo. The best way to meet people is by being social and outgoing.
Smile at other people and say hello as you enter the club or when introduced. Don’t be afraid to ask someone how their night is going or what they’re drinking—a simple conversation starter can lead anywhere from friendship to romance!
If there’s one skill that’ll get you far in any situation, it’s dancing well (or at all). Dancing will draw the attention of others, who may decide they want some of your action themselves and join in on the fun—or at least want to talk with an impressive dancer such as yourself!
As long as there are clubs full of live music around us, we’ll need friendly hosts like ourselves who know how best to keep up with our guests’ needs and desires throughout their evening out on the town.”
A little extra love will go a long way at the door
Do not be a jerk. Be friendly and polite to the bouncers and wait staff, as they are there to provide you with a good time. Don’t waste their time by being rude or impatient when they’re checking IDs, taking tickets, etc.
Ask questions and make requests
The best way to stand out and have an unforgettable night is by being proactive. You can’t just sit back and expect the DJ to play your favorite song or the bartender to notice you’re thirsty, so take charge of what happens in your immediate vicinity.
Ask the DJ to play a song you like. Most DJs welcome requests from patrons because it helps them build their set lists for future gigs and keeps them on their toes in case there’s a crowd favorite they don’t know yet.
Just make sure it’s something they’ve heard before and know how to mix into the set list without disrupting its flow—and be prepared if they don’t like it (this sometimes happens).
If you want to make the most of your night out, use these tips. They’re simple and easy to follow, but they’ll make a big difference in how much fun you have. Just remember: don’t be afraid to ask questions or make requests when you get there! The better prepared your party is before they arrive at the club, the more likely it is that everyone will have an unforgettable experience.