Wynn Las Vegas to Pop the Cork of New Nightclub, Tryst, on New Year’s Eve

LAS VEGAS, Dec. 28 /PRNewswire/ — Wynn Las Vegas Resort and Country Club will open its much-anticipated Tryst nightclub on New Year’s Eve, Saturday, Dec. 31. The stunning new Tryst will launch and operate under the guidance of managing partners Victor Drai of Drai’s Afterhours and Cy and Jesse Waits, formerly of House of Blues, Light and Tabu.

Inside the 12,000-sq. ft. Tryst — a name evocative of an intimate rendezvous spot for lovers — guests will find a main room with open air and a sizable dance floor extending into a breathtaking 90-foot waterfall that cascades into a secluded lagoon. Distinguished by deep reds, chocolate browns and resin blacks, the sophisticated interior of Tryst features intimate booth-style tables, a private VIP room and a separate ultra-lounge with its own house music. The outside patios of Tryst, which are enveloped in dramatic white linens and shrouded by a grove of trees, offer additional water-side seating and stage an environment unlike anything else in Las Vegas.

“Tryst is a unique venue in which a traditional nightclub is transformed into an intimate location. With the open air, breathtaking waterfall and seating alongside the private lagoon, Tryst offers the perfect compliment to Wynn Las Vegas,” says Drai.

The New Year’s Eve grand opening party, which is nearly sold out, will begin at 9 p.m. and includes a New Years countdown and champagne toast. The cover charge is $150 for men and $100 for women (cover also applies to table reservations).

Tryst’s regular hours of operation are Thursdays-Sundays, 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. Cover charge is $30 for men and $20 for women; no cover charge for bottle customers. Thursday nights is “Industry Night,” with complimentary admission for those in the local service industry with proper ID arriving before midnight.

Opening its doors on April 28, 2005, Wynn Las Vegas Resort and Country Club has positioned itself as the preeminent destination resort on the Las Vegas Strip, where every detail has been designed for the ultimate comfort and convenience. The 217-acre Resort offers more than 2,700 guest rooms and suites in its gleaming 50-story bronze tower; 22 food and beverage outlets specializing in fine Italian, French, Mediterranean, Chinese, Japanese and American fare. In addition, Wynn Las Vegas features the Strip’s only 18-hole golf course, designed by Tom Fazio and Steve Wynn; a 110,000-sq. ft. casino with coinless slots and a full complement of table games; a full-service salon, fitness center and signature spa and the Wedding Salons at Wynn Las Vegas. Entertainment at Wynn Las Vegas includes Le Reve and Avenue Q. For more information, please visit www.wynnlasvegas.com .

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