Zouk Las Vegas
TRENDSETTER | NEW SOUNDS | PIONEER
Zouk Group is a 29-year-old lifestyle and entertainment company with leading establishments in the nightlife, entertainment and dining sectors. A Singapore-grown brand with global ambitions, Zouk Group will continue its legacy and introduce its immersive entertainment, nightlife and dining concepts to the United States for the first time in Las Vegas at the destination’s newest integrated resort opening in Summer 2021, Resorts World Las Vegas.
For three decades, Zouk Group’s namesake nightclub has been widely recognized for pushing the boundaries of dance music and for putting Singapore on the global map. Ranked Asia’s best club on DJ Mag’s annual Top 100 Clubs list since 2017, Zouk remains Singapore’s foremost clubbing institution, providing the freshest dance music across countless genres, a coveted roster of stellar international, regional and local entertainers, state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems and world-class hospitality.
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Zouk In Vegas? Yes, Says Its CEO
If all goes well, you’ll see the familiar Zouk neon sight over the sands of Las Vegas in 2021. “It’ll be one of the biggest openings in a decade for Vegas,” Andrew Li, CEO of Zouk Group.
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The company behind the ultra-expensive Resorts World Las Vegas project on Thursday unveiled several new amenities that will be available when the mega-resort opens its doors to the public.
Resorts World updates plans for $4.3B Las Vegas Strip resort
A multibillion-dollar Las Vegas Strip megaresort has updated plans increasing its capacity and expanding its budget before its scheduled open in 2021, company officials said.
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