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TAO Nightclub’s “V.I.We” Service Wants You To Share Bottle Service With Strangers

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TAO Nightclub’s “V.I.We” Service Wants You To Share Bottle Service With Strangers

The evolution of our dance music culture may be getting another “facelift” that can only be kicked off Vegas style, at one of the strip’s longest running nightclubs – TAO Nightclub.

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However this facelift does not include any plastic other than the one you’ll be using to swipe as you enter Tao Group’s latest—the shared-table social experience.

With Sin City growing to be one of the hottest spots for the EDM movement with it’s varied ‘beach-club’ venues and extravagant nightclubs, the last few years have seen a separation of attendees between those that can hop around between bottle service tables to those that have to strategize their dollars to maximize the most out of their Vegas experience.

The inability to reserve the booths that only sky rocket in price as the bigger talent comes to town sparked the mind of Tao Group’s entertainment marketing director Mike Snedegar, there by creating the ‘V.I.We’ service.

The purpose – to bring together the guests who would like to have the VIP experience but may not have the large enough group to cover the cost (solo attendees welcome too) by designating an exclusive area where they all ‘share the cost’ of the typical experience and at the same time allow people to interact in a new way creating “a party within a party,” Snedegar says.

What do you say? Are you ready to pop bottles with strangers? We’ll see you in Vegas!!

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Admission to the V.I.We section costs $50 for women and $100 for men, plus tax and gratuity

(Prices are subject to change during special events and holidays.)

Source: VegasSeven

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