Changes Coming to Las Vegas Pool Parties in 2022

The pool party scene is back on track.

After toning down the atmosphere during the pandemic, Las Vegas has returned to business as usual. And that means dayclubs and pool parties are back to full capacity. No mask requirements, temperature checks or proof of vaccination to worry about anymore. Top dayclubs like Wet Republic at the MGM GrandEncore Beach Club at the Wynn and Drai’s at the Cromwell are going strong once again with big-name EDM headliners. Some old favorites, like Marquee at the CosmopolitanDaylight at Mandalay Bay and Venus at Caesars Palace now have evening swim events for poolside partying after dark. Tao Beach at the Venetian sat out the last two seasons and is now back open following a massive renovation. Two new pool parties that debuted last year, AYU at Resorts World and Elia at Virgin Hotels, are enjoying their first season without any social distancing restrictions. Vegas is back — and you’ve got lots of pool parties to check out. Don’t forget to wear sunscreen.

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