The Affair at Tryst Nightclub

Tryst NightclubName of Club: Tryst Nightclub
Name of Event: The Affair at Tryst Nightclub
Location: Las Vegas
Ownership/Parent Company: Wynn Resorts
Square Footage: 12,000
Capacity/Seats: 1,100

Nestled inside Wynn Las Vegas, Tryst Nightclub offers 12,000 square feet of unmatched ambiance, including a breathtaking 90-foot waterfall that cascades into a secluded lagoon. Jetsetters and glitterati, locals and tourists continue to make the venue a coveted pre-weekend hot spot to experience A-list nightlife at its best. After a draining week of work, Tryst slides into the weekend early with a Thursday night party dubbed The Affair that show local ladies and industry members some added love by offering complimentary entrance.

The sultry and intimate entrance lounge creates the perfect ambience to wind down and relax with a cocktail mixed to perfection. Once entering the immaculately designed nightclub space, the open air main room is evocative of an intimate rendezvous spot, and the terraces that surround the lagoon offer extraordinary views and outdoor seating. The VIP library complete with exhibition pole makes the venue one of the most desirable spots on The Strip.

Tryst Nightclub

The Affair wouldn’t be complete without music and Tryst offers an impressive lineup of DJ residencies focusing on hip-hop, Top 40, and house music. Manufactured Superstars, Blu of LMFAO, R3hab, Dave Fogg, Derrick Anthony and Jermaine Dupri have all collided on the stage providing a club going experience like none other.

Partygoers can continue the evening on the sunken dance floor that extends outside and overlooks the lagoon and cascading waterfall. The outdoor dance floor extension was luxuriously designed and consists of mirror and crystal chips scattered throughout the floor and polished to a lustrous finish. The elegant décor and impeccable customer service truly makes any Thursday night at Tryst an affair to remember.

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