About Us


The Stirling Club in Las Vegas is an exclusive lifestyle club known for its exceptional service and luxurious amenities. Situated in the center of the entertainment capital of the world and in walking distance from the Las Vegas Convention Center, the magnificent 73,000 square foot private social club in Las Vegas provides a unique club experience for it's members and the community. The club was closed in 2012 and is now under new ownership. The Stirling Club is currently under renovations to modernize, restore and enhance the property and amenities. 

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Stirling Club Highlights


  • Four Clay Tennis Courts
  • Pickleball Courts
  • Movement Studios
  • Lagoon Sized Pool
  • State-of-the-Art Fitness Center
  • Health and Wellness Spa
  • Exclusive City Club
  • Members Only Areas And Amenities
  • Members Only Social Events
  • ClubCorp and Signature Gold Member
  • Menus Crafted by Award-Winning Chef
  • Catering And Private Event Space
  • Market Place with Juice Bar and Starbucks
  • Lounges Dedicated for Live Entertainment

This Week Live in The Spirits Lounge

The New Black


Wednesday, September 18th from 7pm to 10pm


Thursday Night Football


Thursday, September 19th at 5pm

On Thursday night, watch the Tennessee Titans vs the Jacksonville Jaguars in the Spirit's Lounge for Thursday Night Football at 5pm. Enjoy a chef prepared game day menu and draft beer specials.

The Patrick Hogan Duo


Friday, September 20th from 7pm to 10pm

Patrick Hogan is a young phenom with exceptional talent and depth of jazz piano soloing ability.  He has been a featured performer at the Monterey Jazz Festival and several Bay Area All-Star groups.  He has performed with the Columbia Jazz Series to rave reviews for the past two seasons.  Jazz Series director Rod Harris said, “we wanted to feature the amazing sounds of Patrick one more time before he moves to Las Vegas this fall.  His beautiful piano playing has been an inspiration to audiences and musicians alike and we wanted to send him off with a featured performance before he moves away to finish his jazz performance degree at UNLV.”

Hogan will be joined in the rhythm section by Clint Day on bass and special guest Frank Wyant on drums.   Clint Day teaches jazz and popular music history at Columbia College and performs regularly in the Bay Area.  He has been a cornerstone of the college jazz series for more than 30 years.  Frank Wyant is a music teacher and professional drummer from the San Jose area.  He performs regularly with the Monterey Symphony as well as several Bay Area Jazz groups.

The College Vocal Jazz Sextet of Caroline Walsh, Rebecca Dias, Ayla Buck, Miriam Acquaviva, Andrea Hayes, and Marcus Jensen will make their “farewell” appearance before disbanding at the end of summer to pursue their careers and education. The Sextet has worked together for two years, including performances at Stage3, The Gallo Center, and an out-of-state tour. They feature a large repertoire of jazz, swing, and popular hits including the Andrews Sisters “Boogie-Woogie Bugle Boy”, the Turtles “Happy Together” the Doo-Wop favorite “Blue Moon”, the Drifters “Under the Boardwalk”, the Ben E. King classic “Stand By Me” and the Tokens inspired version of “The Lion Sleeps Tonight”.

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Toscha Comeaux


 Saturday, September 21st from 7pm to 10pm 


 An "old soul" in a young body is the way Quincy Jones describes a young person who sings as if they have a lifetimes worth of experience.It is this description that defines a singer that makes every song they sing meaningful.Toscha embodied this description from an early age and continues to encompass this type of spirit still today.To categorize Toscha Comeaux's style would simply limit her gift,because the genre of music in which she exemplifies, holds no boundaries.

As with many singers,Toscha,a native of Hartford,Connecticut, got her beginning performance experiences in the church at the age of 4.In elementary school, singing with friends in school assemblies,talent shows and performing in plays was a regular occurrence for this young lady. When she entered high school,she passed an audition and became one of the first students to attend the new school The Greater Hartford Academy of the Performing Arts.This would be the place where Ms.Comeaux would be introduced to "Classical" vocal training.During her high school years,she cultivated her talents in the classroom which was lead by brilliant instructors.She performed any chance she could and then had the opportunity to sing in the chorus and given a solo in The Connecticut Opera's(in conjunction with Syracuse and Buffalo Opera) production of "Porgy and Bess" and also as an extra in "Rigoletto" which were her first experiences with performing in a major professional setting.Whether singing with a band at the age of 15,being asked and accepting the honor to sing at Southern State College's commencement ceremony held at Yale University,weddings,funerals,talent shows and in a neighborhood studio, became ways Toscha would earn money. 

College would be the next step in Toscha's musical career when she received a scholarship to attend Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach,Florida.To her surprise,the word came after an impromptu audition during the Bethune-Cookman Universities' concert that was being held at a local church.While her matriculation at Bethune,Toscha continued her studies in voice singing "Classical",Jazz(her first love),R&B,Gospel and anything else that moved her.Being a part of the Bethune-Cookman University Concert Chorale and other school vocal groups allowed her to travel throughout the states and gave her yet another platform and a plethora of experience to hone in and mold her craft.Toscha continued to participate in various vocal competitions throughout this period.One competition that sticks out in her mind,was the Central Florida Regional MET auditions.She didn't win or place in the competition but walked away with knowledge and positive critiquing from the judges.Knowledge is power!

Today, Ms.Comeaux is still at it! She has performed at Disney World (Animal Kingdom) as a principal singer in The Festival of the Lion King show; Iceland; Jazz tour throughout England;Performed as a lead singer in Cirque Du Soleil's "Viva Elvis"(Las Vegas,Nevada), and continues to perform locally as well throughout the states and abroad.Here are just a few entertainers Here are some of the entertainers Toscha has had the opportunity to be the opening act for,as well as share the stage with: Ray Charles, Diana Ross, Nat Adderly, Lou Rawls, Najee, Mindi Abair, Eric Darius, Paul Taylor, Tony Rich, Maze featuring Frankie Beverly, Jerry Butler, Chrisette Michelle, KEM and Al B. Sure. So many experiences have not been voiced but are held in her memory and heart. Her vocal inspirations come from many, both past and present. Too many to name, but a few would be her mother, Evelyn Comeaux, Sarah Vaughan ,Ella Fitzgerald, Nancy Wilson, Diane Reeves, Lalah Hathaway, Phyllis Hyman, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Barbara Streisand, Mel Torme, Joe Williams, Roberta Flack, Lalah Hathaway, Rachelle Ferrell, Patti Austin and India Arie. To date, she has two CD's to her credit: "Toscha Comeaux" and "This Could Be Love".

To get a visual of what Toscha's voice is like,someone described it as being "like melted chocolate in a candle lit room". When Toscha Comeaux shares her gift,she shares herself because they are one in the same.There is no underestimating or questioning what Ms. Comeaux can and will do once your ears lay captive to her enticing sound!

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Become a Member at The Stirling Club!

We are pleased to announce that we are accepting deposits for membership registration via check or credit card by clicking on the link below. Please read the document carefully as there are a lot of details. For membership inquiries please contact our Membership Director Beth Mikolay at membership@thestirlingclublv.com Thank you!

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Come visit The Stirling Club!

Before we officially open the Stirling Club as an exclusive private club we are offering pre-opening events, dining and live entertainment to invite the public to see what the Stirling Club has to offer. If you would like to request a tour please call 702-732-9700 or email membership@thestiringclublv.com.

Enjoy live entertainment every Wednesday thru Saturday night from 7pm to 10pm in the Spirit's Lounge. Every Wednesday thru Saturday we are open for lunch from 11am to 2pm, happy hour from 4pm to 6pm, dinner from 4pm to 9pm and late night from 9pm to 11pm Friday and Saturday night. On Sunday's join us for our Bloody Mary brunch with live entertainment from 10am to 2pm. Walk-ins are welcome.

Happy New Year 2019!

Enjoy this video from the Stirling Club's New Year's Eve Party!


Contact Us

The Stirling Club

2827 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109, United States

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