Vegas nightclub Omnia promises VIP feel without VIP price

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Not willing to shell out a premium for a VIP nightclub experience? No problem, says the man opening the newest megaclub on the Las Vegas Strip.

Hakkasan Group CEO Neil Moffitt says all club-goers in Omnia at Caesars Palace will get to experience the spectacle, whether they’re paying $30 at the door or at least $1,000 to reserve a table.

Moffitt tells The Associated Press he wants to even the playing field at his 75,000-square-foot nightclub. Its features include an open-air deck with a nighttime view and LED screens that react to people around it with help from motion sensors.

Omnia more than doubles the space used by predecessor PURE, a nightclub often credited for advancing Sin City’s renown for clubbing when it opened in 2004.

Omnia opens Thursday and will host star Justin Bieber’s 21st birthday Saturday.