Thursday, October 29, 2015

Club Report: Surrender (Las Vegas)

With a $42rt airfare from Orlando to Las Vegas, there was no reason to stay home!  First time visit to Surrender Nightclub located at Encore.
The early crowd shortly before midnight.  Long line outside waiting to get in but of course the velvet rope was lifted for me and I was ushered right in!  The DJ booth is located here in the main room.
There is this semi-outdoor tented area adjoining it, filled completely with VIP booths but nowhere near the dance floor.
And on either side of the tented area, these day club pools with two floors of "cabanas"!
They had a couple resident DJ's playing.  DJ Snake (F) was supposed to play but he was in a car accident yesterday with DJ Tchami (F) and both were injured and their tours cancelled!  DJ Snake apparently won't be playing at EDC-Orlando next weekend.
With clubbers streaming in, the place got packed fast!
The music was like a night at The Groove with classic hits like "Jump", "This Is How We Do It" and "Shake It Like A Salt Shaker", lol.
You can never go wrong with Go Go girls!
He was also mixing in segments of EDM hits.
Outside, congregating for the evening's Halloween costume contest.
This storm trooper was popular with the crowd.
My favorite was this mild-mannered business man who holds a secret.
But you only learned what it was when he walked away!
The sexiest Pokémon character ever!
Another one popular with the patrons!
Back in the club, people danced on.  Disappointed to not get to see DJ Snake but overall, a good time was had by all!

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

$42rt airfare from Orlando to Las Vegas?? Did you stay at a holiday Inn. What airline please??

Anonymous said...

Pool area looks really cool.

KingBob said...

Frontier Airlines has some amazing fares to their destinations. While you might not find $21 each way to Vegas anytime soon, $59-$79 one way is not untypical and that's way less than anyone else including Southwest.

Monty's Era said...

This place doesn’t have any 'i'm too cool and busy for you' wait staff. As per me, everyone at venues in Chicago is nice, friendly, and helpful and they really seem to like their jobs there and that is important to me. We had an awesome experience here.