Marquee brings the noise to Las Vegas, but only if you have headphones

Silence will fall in the Library. No, we’re not mixing our Dr. Who reference. We’re actually referring to Marquee Nightclub’s new Silent Disco that’s held the first Monday of each month in the Library. If you’re not familiar with the Library, or if you’re too young and digital to know what a library is, you’re in for a delightful and sophisticated treat – like a caramel candy bar dipped in gold.

DJ Lisa Pittman at the Library at Marquee. Photo courtesy of Marquee Nightclub.

DJ Lisa Pittman at the Library at Marquee. Photo courtesy of Marquee Nightclub.

The Library is a gorgeous space where lords, ladies and luscious people who’d never try to be lordly or ladylike gather to drink, mingle and enjoy the stately allure. Now they don’t have to shout over each to discuss the economy, Hilary’s latest policy update or when they’re finally going to make “Sherlock” series four. Partiers can revel in the music of the day while still respecting the conversations that matter.

Guests are given a set of headphones through which music is pumped. The difference between this situation and all the times you cranked Spotify so you didn’t have to listen to someone is that you’re in a room full of people listening to the same thing. You can see the heads bob and the eyes shut tight in enjoyment, all the while knowing you heard the same sweet music they do. Of course, if you want to take them off and actually get to know the stranger next to you at the bar instead of just staring into their beautiful eyes all night, you can totally do that too.

The best library you'll get drunk in, hopefully.

The best library you’ll get drunk in, hopefully.

Vegas has a lot of clubs that do a lot of the same things. But the Silent Disco at the Library at Marquee is something we like to do to relax while still feeling like we’ve hit the town pretty hard. And, we suppose, you could sit there and read a book if you wanted to, but we’d rather you engage with people. It’s just called the Library, it’s still an awesome Las Vegas nightclub.


I came from a little town in the Midwest. And believe me, I’m never going back. It’s probably nice if you love grass and snow; but I love the lights, the glamour, and the flocks of tourists seeking fun and fortune. Once the sun goes down, I’ll be the first one out hitting the clubs or just wandering the Strip for a little nighttime adventure. Passing through Bond on my way to Lily Bar, or taking a shortcut through Double Helix before landing at Parasol Up/Down, I’m the one you’ll randomly bump into – only sometimes literally – strolling through Sin City’s liquored veins – and loving every minute of it.