Rok Vegas

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Rok Vegas delivers exactly what you would expect from the name: a serious rock and roll vibe in the middle of Sin City. Located inside New York New York on the Strip, Rok Nightclub Las Vegas plays the kind of music that has catchy lyrics and makes you want to dance. If you’re looking for a place with a bit of attitude to grab a drink and hit the dance floor, Rok Nightclub New York New York is a great option. The intimate club also has an impressive patio, where the vibe is a bit more laid-back but still undeniably rock. A DJ, VJ, and stage area all keep the entertainment interesting and the audience wondering what will happen next. Animation? Live footage of concerts? It has all been seen on the stage of Rok Vegas. Often discussed for its flirtatious design, Rok Nightclub Las Vegas has only one unisex bathroom, so gentleman, be prepared to line up with the ladies and have a good introduction prepared to make your night at Rok Nightclub New York New York even better.

Cover: Varies; sometimes women are admitted for free.

Music: Classic rock, contemporary alternative, Top 40, and some hip hop.

Dress: Trendy

Hours: 10:30 pm to 5 am Wednesday through Saturday.

Parking: Self and valet parking are available at New York New York

VIP: Table reservations can be made in advance.

Special Events: Happy Hour on the patio from 5 pm to 8 pm. Check the Rok web site for special guest performances.

Address: New York New York Hotel and Casino
3790 S. Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV

Phone: 702-740-6765

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