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Blush nightclub at Wynn Las Vegas to close Saturday


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Holly Madison, pictured here with Tanya Popovich, hosts a Memorial Day Weekend celebration at Blush in the Wynn on May 28, 2011.

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Wynn Las Vegas and Las Vegas Nightlife Group confirmed today that Blush nightclub will close Saturday.

The nightclub announced its closure to the public via Twitter last night: “All good things must come to an end. Only 5 more days to party with me. Let’s go #vegas!!” Representatives today confirmed the closure.

A replacement for the nightclub, which celebrated its four-year anniversary Sunday, has not been announced. A joint statement from Wynn Las Vegas and Blush owners Las Vegas Nightlife Group said plans for the space can be expected in the coming weeks.

The two companies will continue their partnership in two other venues — Surrender and Encore Beach Club.

The closure comes only four days after the closure of Jet nightclub at the Mirage. That space is scheduled to reopen as 10AK on New Year’s Eve, through a partnership with the Butter Group of New York.

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  1. Oh darn! I guess I'll have to visit one of the other 50 or so nightclubs to drink a $500 bottle of vodka that costs $22.95 at Food4Less.

  2. Great lil club. Always treated the locals with respect. Nice staff and I hope they find jobs for them. Was a good change of pace from the mega clubs in the city. Blush was one of a kind and will be missed!

  3. vinny2168....

    you stole my line!

  4. Serve food and sent Governor Chris Christie an invitation. You'll make a fourtune.