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Sprawled on the casino level of Palms Casino Resort, Rain combines performances by international headliners, an electrifying 25,000-square-foot dance space and over-the-top special effects to create a dynamic, multi-sensory destination. Among the largest and oldest nightclubs in town, Rain continues to attract an enthusiastic young crowd and celebrities galore. 

Enter through a tunnel of gold-mirrored mosaic tiles and head out onto a giant dance floor surrounded by dramatic fountains. Fireballs shoot from the center of the light display that hangs from the ceiling, and an elongated bar set before a glass wall offers a spectacular view of the Strip. 

The club hosts two regular bashes: Clash Fridays is an electro music party with an edgy, sexy stage production that combines synchronized beats, sound, image and dance. And the popular Perfecto Saturday, curated by world-famous DJ Paul Oakenfold, features remixes, mash-ups, hip-hop and more. 


Andrea Kahn, Custom Publishing Writer


Rain Nightclub
Palms Casino Resort
4321 W. Flamingo Road


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