Iconic Singapore club Zouk will be opening in Resorts World Las Vegas in 2021

Iconic Singapore club Zouk will be opening in Resorts World Las Vegas in 2021

One of the most popular nightclubs in Singapore is making its way to Sin City. 

On Thursday (12/11), the Zouk Group announced that they will be venturing into the United States in a partnership with Resorts World Las Vegas. Scheduled to open in summer 2021, Zouk will occupy about 100,000 sq ft of space, across four concepts in the new US$4.3 billion integrated resort. 

 
 
 
 
 
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This will include the hallmark Zouk Nightclub, a top ranked club in Asia by DJ Mag, and a hit nightlife destination for both locals and tourists in Singapore, as well as social gaming bar RedTail, where guests can indulge in food and drink while playing games like beer pong, darts, and pool. 


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Set to entertain guests are also AYU dayclub, an “outdoor oasis” with a Southeast Asian island concept, and FUHU, a high-energy, experiential dining venue that offers contemporary Asian cuisine. 


Photo: Zouk Group

Designed by Malaysian corporation Genting Berhad, the complex is the city’s largest development in almost two decades, according to CNA. “The partnership between Zouk Group and Resorts World Las Vegas will bring entertainment and lifestyle brands together on a property destined to breathe new life into the Las Vegas market,” said Zouk Group’s chief executive, Andrew Li

“With over 29 years of experience in the nightlife industry, the Zouk brand is proud to make its debut at Resorts World Las Vegas, in a destination considered by many to be the entertainment capital of the world.” 

 
 
 
 
 
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It was only in October that Zouk announced a collaboration with Rhythm Cycling studio, Absolute Cycle. Lending its dance floor for spinning classes by day, the establishment also transformed into a cinema by night, hosting themed movie nights when doors of the nightlife sector remained closed due to COVID-19

Moving forward, however, Singapore will be launching its first pilot programmes for the reopening of nightspots since March. Participating bars and pubs will resume operations for two months, while karaoke lounges and nightclubs will begin their three-month-long pilot from January 2021. 

Zouk repurposes physical space into livestreaming venue: entertainment venues remain closed in Singapore's Phase 2 of Safe Re-opening

 
 
 
 
 
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“When you look at places like China and Taiwan, where they've things under control, life is back to normal, and you see that people crave social interaction and entertainment,” Andrew Li said to The Straits Times, on the launch of Zouk in Las Vegas.

“After all this pent-up frustration from the pandemic, it will be a great time to open... This world-class property is new and ready to welcome back people to Las Vegas.”

Header photo: Zouk Group