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Sunday & Monday CLOSED
Tuesday 10pm-4am
Wednesday & Thursday CLOSED
Friday & Saturday 10pm-4am

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April Entertainment at Caesars Atlantic City

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Dusk Nightclub

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ABOUT DUSK NIGHTCLUB

The party is heating up at Atlantic City nightlife’s most notorious hot spot, Dusk Nightclub at Caesars. This multi-level, 10,000 square foot nightclub experience never fails to deliver some serious wow factor. The club’s eye-popping design features a series of concentric ovals drenched in hues of blue, purple and gold. Two full bars circle the outermost ring and the command center DJ booth rises from the center of it all.

A leading-edge sound system brings to life an electric fusion of hip hop, rap, party jams and today’s hottest dance music, while a high-tech system of over 1,000 lights dazzles the senses.

For bottle service, birthday, bachelor/bachelorette, and guest list requests, call 609.345.3875. Complimentary admission is offered to Caesars hotel guests on Tuesdays & Fridays.

Reviews

"From the moment you step through the perforated metal entrance and descend down the stairs you feel like you are being transported to a different world - a dark adult underworld playground. Rarely a night goes by without models, athletes, singers and celebrities in attendance." -ClubPlanet.com
"Dusk, the premiere megaclub in Caesars, is without a doubt among the most popular places to party in Atlantic City. Since it opened in 2009, it has consistently ranked among Nightclub and Bar’s Top 100 venues in the country — one of only three A.C. clubs to earn that distinction. The reason for that is evident on any night it’s open, with the usual scene of a capacity crowd overflowing from the dance floor and apparently intent on partying until the sun rises." -Lauren Kohout, Atlantic City Insider