Located just off the Strip, in corner of a shopping center
juxtapose to the famous FATBURGER restaurant the rebirth of Late Night activity
starts here at the Empire Ballroom. Formerly Utopia (The First Nightclub in Vegas) as
we call remember years ago, The Ballroom opened its Doors January first to the Late
Night Zombies of Vegas looking to
finish off their buzz, get one started or for drunks
to flirt with the shadow that has been following them around all weekend.
The Location of Empire Ballroom is not in a Strip Hotel but its located directly on the
strip and manages to give that old Warehouse feeling like ravers of old used to enjoy so
much. Empire Ballroom isn't as elegant as Drais but does play a harder house beat so if
your a die hard raver and House is your one enjoyment then this place is for you.
Empire Ballroom is broken down in to 2 mainrooms. The Mainroom which plays strictly break
beats/House and the Rock Room! Yes, there is a rock room so those seeking some refuge from
the transcendental experience there is a place for you to! Empire opens its doors Thursday-Sunday
and crowds are on and off depending on the weekend.
We recommend going VIP and that means sitting your tush in a table for the ladies VIP Admission
is available and is recommended if you just want to get your groove on and settle yourself before
hitting up the FATBURGER for some late night grub. Reservations are open for Guys/Gals and large
groups are welcome call to reserve @ 702 448 6789.
The mainroom has an appearance of an old theatre with red and black drapery, EMPIRE sure gives the appearance
of an old school Ballroom. The Main Dance floor is centered in the middle of the club with center stage facing
ahead an elevated VIP Lounge on the left side and booths bordering the dance floor to the right for those club
goers seeking a little harder house over Drais this is the venue for you.
Popular DJ's are usually found spinning here so its not uncommon to hear some of your favorite house
beats by surprise. Empire opens its doors at 2am and the dance floor is usually supporting a large
crowd on the weekend by 4am.
Taking you back to the old-school the rock room kicks it with heavy hitting beats from old times
and mixes it up for the crowd not playing to much of the metal classics all night. This room is
on the 2nd floor and offers a great break for those looking escape the deep pounding base of the
You are free to traverse as you like through this room and just chat it up a bit as
it is on its way to the balcony where you can catch some early morning rays watching the sunrise.