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You’re well acquainted with today’s traditional club. You’ve probably also been to a 19th-century-inspired saloon. And with the recent popularity of Prohibition Era cocktails, you even know what drinking in the ’20s was like. But have you wondered what a night out will look like in the future? Moon has got you covered there, friend. This surreal space-age club occupying the top floor of the Palms’ Fantasy Tower offers up some of the most amazing views of the Strip you’ll ever see. Plus, with a floor that’s covered with iridescent glass tiles that constantly change color and a massive retractable roof that, when closed, serves as a giant video screen, it’s easy to see how we’ll be getting down a hundred years from now. Be sure to check out Tuesday night’s industry party, “Bang!”

Thursday through Saturday, plus Tuesday from 11 p.m. until late


Steve Basilone, Custom Publishing Writer


Palms Casino Resort
4321 W. Flamingo Road

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