Haze: The Light Group's New 25,500-Square-Foot Nightclub With Room for 985

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Haze is the Light Group's new 25,500-square-foot nightclub at Aria. In all, the club has room for 985 people on two levels, and is available for buyout.

There are 10 motorized screens, five front projectors, and five rectangular motorized trusses suspended over the dance floor. The space has a high-end sound system and video lighting software. There is an enclosable V.I.P. lounge on the upper level, three full-service bars, a first-floor DJ booth, and catering is available.

The main dance floor houses 100 square feet of interactive projection screens on a performance structure. Suede walls and plush surfaces, plus a 20-foot wall of lights mark the interior of the space. Oversized hanging props above the entryway draw guests to a central staircase that leads to the mezzanine, which affords views of the activity below.

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