Las Vegas 18 & Over Night Clubs

Las Vegas is the "ultimate escape," according to travel publisher Lonely Planet. Certainly, Sin City" offers visitors plenty to do at its casinos, bars and nightclubs, but even though under-21s are banned from these establishments, over-18s who want to party still have options. There are no nightclubs that cater for the younger crowd in Vegas, but there are plenty of alternatives that will provide a night out with a club feel.

Club FroZEN75

Although this club is only a 10-minute drive from the strip, it is actually in the neighboring town of Henderson, rather than in Las Vegas itself. But for over-18s who want to go clubbing, this is the nearest thing they can get to a real nightclub. FroZEN75 operates every Friday and Saturday night. It is open from 8 p.m. to 11.30 p.m. for guests aged 16 to 20, although 14- and 15-year-olds are also allowed to attend if they have signed parental permission. But from 11.30 p.m. until 3.00 a.m., the club hosts an event called ZEN that is for over-18s only. The club plays dance, electro, techno and rock on Fridays, while the music on Saturdays is hip hop, dance, club and R&B. Admission costs $15.

Club FroZen75

4427 East Sunset Road

Henderson, NV 89014



This popular Vegas hot spot is a restaurant, lounge and nightclub all under the same roof. While under-21s won't be allowed into the nightclub section upstairs, they are free to enjoy soft drinks and food in the lounge and restaurant section below. Because many clubbers eat dinner before heading upstairs, the restaurant has a chic club feel and the patrons are often dressed to the nines. Tao's website boasts that they offer the "hippest 'vibe dining' in town" and point out that they are a firm favorite with celebrities. Paris Hilton, Madonna, Bono, Jamie Foxx and Britney Spears have all sampled Tao's delights, according to the website.


The Venetian

3377 Las Vegas Blvd South

Las Vegas, NV 89109


House of Blues

This famous music venue often hosts concerts with no age-limit restrictions. Located in the Mandalay Bay Hotel, the House of Blues opened in 1999 and boasts an open air balcony, a huge ballroom chandelier, and murals made from bottle caps. A metal box filled with Delta Mississippi mud lies beneath the stage to infuse some southern culture to the acts rocking out above it. Visitors should check out the venue's website for up-to-date information about who is playing and to learn which shows under-21s are welcome to attend.

House of Blues

Mandalay Bay Hotel

3950 Las Vegas Blvd.

Las Vegas, NV 89119