The Bank Las Vegas Closed

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The Bank Upscale Nightclub Closes on the Strip

Say so long to The Bank Nightclub. The club at the Bellagio closes its doors on June 3 after nearly an 11-year run in Las Vegas.

The swanky club decked out in black and gold originally opened in December 2007 with an entrance looking down on the glass-encased dance floor at the bottom and tiered VIP booths ringing the 11,170-square-foot space.

Over the years, The Bank Nightclub hosted a number of celebrity DJs, including most recently reality television personality Brody Jenner. Celebrity guests over the years included Jaime Foxx, Bruno Mars, Jason Derulo, Iggy Azalea, and Chris Brown.

The space originally featured Light Nightclub, at the time a rival for Studio 54 at the MGM Grand when Light opened in 2001.

MGM Resorts did not announce a replacement for the nightclub. Hyde and Lily Lounge remain nightlife options open at the resort.

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