Hakkasan Group Celebrates The End Of The Decade With Unprecedented New Year’s Eve Events


Ready to ring in the new year in class and style? Hakkasan Group in Las Vegas is toasting goodbye to 2019 with unforgettable New Year’s Eve weekend festivities spanning Sunday, Dec. 29 through Tuesday, Dec. 31. Massive party nights at Hakkasan Nightclub at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, OMNIA Nightclub at Caesars Palace, JEWEL Nightclub at ARIA Resort & Casino and 1OAK Nightclub at The Mirage Hotel & Casino will no doubt have you wishing you didn’t have to leave.

Presenting a top-notch talent lineup spanning the electronic and hip-hop landscape, guests will ring in 2020 to the sounds of Calvin Harris, Steve Aoki, Tyga, Lil Jon, Tory Lanez, DMX and more.

The notable dining concepts, Hakkasan Restaurant at MGM Grand and Searsucker at Caesars Palace will offer New Year’s Eve prix fixe menus for those looking to indulge before visiting the world-renowned nightclubs. Two different prix fixe menus are available at each restaurant featuring signature dishes, special desserts and a champagne toast.

Check out the dates and acts at all of Hakkasan Group’s properties below! To book dining reservations and/or purchase nightclub tickets, visit newyearsevelasvegas.com.

Hakkasan Nightclub at MGM Grand

Sunday, Dec. 29

Monday, Dec. 30

Tuesday, Dec. 31 | Doors open at 8 p.m. | Open Bar 8 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Steve Aoki

OMNIA Nightclub at Caesars Palace

Monday, Dec. 30
Party Favor

Tuesday, Dec. 31 | Doors open at 8 p.m.
Calvin Harris with Generik

JEWEL Nightclub at ARIA

Monday, Dec. 30
Tory Lanez

Tuesday, Dec. 31 | Doors open at 8 p.m. | Open bar 9 p.m. – 11 p.m.

1OAK Nightclub at The Mirage

Monday, Dec. 31 | Doors open at 8 p.m. | Open bar 9 p.m. – 11 p.m.
Lil Jon

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