On The Record Nightclub

The Complete Guide

— Staff Writer

The Monte Carlo is no more. In its place stands the new Park MGM Hotel & Casino, complete with a chic urban elegance. And rounding out their portfolio is a new club experience. On The Record is a venue inspired by record stores, and the once-was of hanging out over some classic vinyl, mix tapes, and London clubs.

Private tables around the fireplace in the interior of On The Record
A scene in our minds for any 70s British gangster film or Italian giallo. We love it! I give fireplaces in nightclubs 5/5. Image: On The Record

Music lovers have taken a shine to its matching ambiance and nostalgic appeal, as well as the little quirky hints like its secret room, cassette tape walls, and pinball machines. This new and exciting club starts right with a hidden entrance off the casino floor. Up an escalator, you will find three rooms, both indoor and outdoor areas, with plenty of space for dancing, relaxing, and discovery. They even have a world-class cocktail program, which might be one of the best of any nightclub in Las Vegas.

The double decker bus in the courtyard area of On The Record nightclub
Looks like this wizard's bus made a wrong turn. (Or the right one!) I give bars in busses 5/5. Image: Park MGM

The décor and design mixes the feel of a speakeasy, underground club, and high class music bar, creating a unique experience which is both relaxing and restrained. Tables are not cramped together, and there is plenty of flow, both for guests and staff.

With great DJs, live music, and collaborations, the nights are filled with some stellar entertainment. It might be more subdued than other clubs, but appeals to its own crowd. This is a great space for those who might want a little more than the typical night of EDM.

The bar areas are quite ample and the vibe is welcoming. And the sizable outdoor space even boasts a double-decker bus. It has a quirky, funky feel, which has its place on the Strip.

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Dress Code

The dress code is a little simpler compared to other venues: no face masks, face paint, excessive face makeup, or athletic wear.

We ourselves like to dress to impress and recommend that.

One of the tables that can be reserved with bottle service
I give refinement and relaxation at the same time 5/5. Image: On The Record

Special treatment

On The Record offers reserved tables with bottle service. You can book a table for between $1500 and $3000, depending on the event, for four to 15 guests.

How to get to On The Record

Located at the Park MGM, the entrance to On The Record Club is off the casino floor, not far from the entrance to Las Vegas Blvd. Next to the Best Friend Restaurant, and Eataly, it is very visible, with a prominent record store out front, and escalator.

3770 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109

Cover Charge

Women$20 - $50
Men$30 - $75
Women on guest listFree, Fridays and Saturdays
Men on guest listFree if 50/50 or greater ratio of women to men, Sundays and Mondays

On The Record Nightclub charges cover at the entrance. Men pay between $30 and $75 while women pay between $20 and $50. Prices vary for holidays and special events. Groups should consider the following when using the guest list:

  • Women are free
  • Men are free
  • Arrive by the 10:30 pm cutoff, or lose your place on the guest list

Contact details


702 730 6773


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