Wynn 3131 South Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109 (702) 770-3375
Monday thru Wednesday: Closed
Thursday thru Sunday: 10pm to 4am
Experience A-list nightlife at its best at Tryst, the Nightclub at Wynn Las Vegas. The club’s 12,000-square-foot space exudes sensuality from the intimate entrance lounge to the terraced outdoor lagoon, as well as the hideaway VIP library complete with exhibition pole, making it one of the most desirable spots on The Strip.
Thursday, Apr 24:Warren Peace
Geoffrey Alexander MacCormack better known as Warren Peace ("war and peace") is an English vocalist composer and dancer best known for his work with David Bowie in the 1970s. A long-time friend of Bowie since their schooldays in Bromley Peace (initially as GA MacCormack) contributed backing vocals to a number of albums beginning with Aladdin Sane in 1973 and continuing through to Station to Station in 1976. He appeared with Bowie during his 1973 tour of the US and Japan travelling back to the UK via the Trans-Siberian Railway with the singer who refused to fly. He then performed on the final UK leg of the tour which ended with Ziggy Stardust's 'retirement' at the Hammersmith Odeon in July (later released as Ziggy Stardust - The Motion Picture).
Friday, Apr 25:OB-One
You may have seen the MTV special True Life: I'm a Muay Thai Fighter which chronicled the times of Ben Garcia as he trained and traveled to Thailand for a bare knuckle championship. While the experience and win was a huge honor the more accessible-to-an-MTV-audience portion of the show dealt with his alter-identity the versatile and sought-after DJ OB-One.
Saturday, Apr 26:Jermaine Dupri
Jermaine Dupri Mauldin (born September 23 1972) known as Jermaine Dupri or JD is an American record producer songwriter and rapper. Dupri got his start as a dancer for the hip hop group Whodini when he was twelve. He made an appearance in their music video for the song "Freaks Come Out At Night". In 1990 he produced his first act- the female hip hop trio Silk Tymes Leather. He later formed the teen duo Kris Kross (Chris Kelly and Chris Smith) after meeting the boys at a local mall in 1991. The group's first album Totally Krossed Out was released in 1992 and went multi-platinum due to their singles "Jump" and "It's a Shame". He established his own record label called So So Def Recordings in 1993. Shortly after he discovered female R&B group Xscape at a festival in Atlanta and signed them to the label. Their first album Hummin' Comin' at 'Cha went platinum. During the same year on Yo! MTV Raps he met Da Brat through Kris Kross signed her to his label So So Def Recordings and released her debut Funkdafied (1994) which went platinum. So So Def Recordings entered into a distribution partnership with Columbia Records in 1993. He contributed to Lil' Kim's 1996 album Hard Core on the track "Not Tonight".
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