Wynn Las Vegas and Las Vegas Nightlife Group said today that Blush nightclub will close Sept. 10.
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.
Blush’ closure comes only four days after the closure of Jet nightclub at the Mirage, which is scheduled to reopen as 10AK on New Year’s Eve through a partnership with the Butter Group of New York.
"I am incredibly proud of the success we've had at Blush over the past four years," said Las Vegas Nightlife Group owner Sean Christie in a statement. "As the city's first boutique nightclub, Blush provided an experience that offered an incredibly beautiful space with an unprecedented light and sound system. We hosted some of the most successful events and promotions in Las Vegas over the years, all carried out by our incredible team of service professionals. Blush was my first nightlife project with Mr. Wynn and I look forward to growing our partnership in the future with exciting new opportunities."