A new nightclub and pool party made its much-anticipated debut over the weekend with the opening of Kaos Dayclub & Nightclub at the Palms. A bevy of celebrities helped the venue, along with Bobby Flay’s Shark and the street art-filled Greene St. Kitchen make their official debuts on the Las Vegas scene.
Super model Cindy Crawford and her husband Rande Gerber, former NFL star Reggie Bush, Modern Family actress Ariel Winter, actor Patrick Schwarzenegger, VH1’s Erin Foster, deejay Marshmello, Vanderpump Rules reality personality Scheana Shay, singer Austin Mahone, Pretty Little Liars star Janel Parrish, Grown-ish actress Francia Raisa, Bates Motel star Nicola Peltz, rapper Machine Gun Kelly, magician Julius Dein, and more were on hand on Friday night to vet the new venues.
Travis Scott, Skrillex, Saint Jhn, Austin Mahone, Xzibit, and Scott Storch broke in Kaos Nightclub on Friday night. The 29,000-square-foot venue designed by the Rockwell Group opens to the dayclub, as do Shark by Bobby Flay and Greene St. Kitchen, which also officially debuted. Flay, former The Chew host Michael Symon from the resort’s Mabel’s BBQ and Sara’s, and Marc Vetri, who has Italian restaurant Vetri Cucina at the top of the Ivory Tower, all tasted the scallops, seafood tacos, tuna tartare, and fried chicken passed around the restaurant. Over at Greene St. Kitchen from Clique Hospitality, Winter and actresses Mischa Barton and Audrina Patridge took in the street art collection that includes a Banksy original.
On Saturday, deejay Marshmello officially opened Kaos Dayclub poolside, with its 73,000-square-foot setting by artist Damien Hirst’s 23-foot tall sculpture The Warrior and the Bear and another 65-foot bronze sculpture by Hirst entitled Demon with Bowl. DJ Politik performed that night.
Singers J Balvin and G-Eazy took over Kaos Nightclub that evening, with Balvin performing hits such as “Mi Gente,” “X (Equis),” and “I Like It,” while G-Eazy told the crowd that Kaos is “the most lit location in the motherf--king universe. Make some noise for yourselves for being at the right place (Palms) at the right time.” He also gave a shout out to the late Nipsey Hussle. Machine Gun Kelly joined G-Eazy to sing “Loco” and put an end to their long-standing, very public feud.
Cardi B closed the night at 4 a.m. in a blue feathered outfit by Ralph & Russo, performing “Money,” “Bodak Yellow” and G-Eazy duet “No Limit.”
Internet personality and poker player Dan Bilzerian; Scott Hoying, Mitch Grassi, and Matt Sallee of Pentatonix; figure skater Adam Rippon; LA Rams quarterback Jared Goff; and Brazilian skateboarder Leticia Bufoni were among the celebs on hand on Saturday.