Clubplanet Pick of the Week: Haze Nightclub

Clubplanet Pick of the Week: Haze Nightclub

by Pete Tremblay
10.11.2010

If there’s anything that sets the nightlife in Las Vegas apart from the typical scene that can be found in any non-descript city in America, it would have to be the intense focus on theme and individuality that the producers put into their concepts. The Light Group, the development company famous for JET, The Bank, and Gold Lounge (among many other nightlife destinations), takes this concept and consistently raises the bar with every new project that they take on. In keeping with their reputation, the Light Group created Haze nightclub at the Aria Hotel and Casino at City Center.

The gargantuan 25,500-square-foot multilevel mega club lives up to its namesake by incorporating the concepts of the surreal and seductive in every aesthetic element of this nightspot. Oversized props, a grand staircase and an individual enclosed VIP area are just a few highlights of this psychedelic parlor of hedonism. Haze is by far one of the most conceptual, unique and technologically advanced nightclubs in Sin City, making it a perfect fit for the ultra luxurious and equally as über tech-y Aria Hotel by taking full advantage of every bit of money the Light Group invested into the project.

If you’re looking for an intense nightlife experience complete with a full-on assault on your senses, then look no further. Haze has one of the most mesmerizing sound and lighting systems imaginable, including a 100-square-foot wall of interactive projection screens that are fully taken advantage by the barrage of performance artists that are only part of the entertainment for the typical evening at Haze. Visually speaking, the lighting at Haze is second to none, boasting a 20-foot wall of lights that packs all of the latest advancements in LED, laser and projection technology to keep your pupils popping out of your head all night.

As far as the sound system, Haze nightclub sports a custom sound environment brought to life by Avalon Sound, in which world renowned DJs regularly spin their best to get you on the floor and cutting a rug until 4 a.m.

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