Las Vegas is about to become a lot less intriguing when Wynn Nightlife closes Intrigue Nightclub on June 1.
Originally opened in April of 2016, Intrigue Nightclub took over for long-running Tryst. The luxurious 14,000-square-foot space was best known for its cascading waterfall and intimate environment, including Intrigue’s “secret space” the Living Room.
In recent months, Intrigue has played host to some of the most popular names in electronic dance music, including Diplo, DJ Snake, RL Grime and Flosstradamus. The club had originally booked Galantis, Gianluca Vacchi and more for June the news of the shutter broke. Dillon Francis headlined Intrigue's final night.
This marks the second major nightclub closing set for this summer. Earlier this year, MGM Resorts International announced that they would be closing Hyde Bellagio. Although named the Best of Vegas by Las Vegas Weekly, the 12,000-square-foot venue has had a hard time competing against the new competition. Hyde will close July 6 and be replaced by a new concept coming this winter.