We're one month away from Hyde Bellagio closing its doors for good.
That's sad, but now is not the time to curl up in a ball with your favorite comfort blanket. Forget sulking around the house, because now is the perfect time for you to say goodbye to one of Las Vegas' favorite clubs.
Hyde will be hosting events all month long that promise to close out the club in style. Expect over-the-top events you'll never forget as some of the top DJs visit Hyde for one last victory lap. This includes DJ C LA on June 8, DJ Hollywood on June 15, Greg Lopez on June 22, DJ Ikon on June 28, Konflikt on June 29 and Marxxx on June 30. You'll also have a chance to be part of the final three Rewind nights with DJ sleep,
As of this writing, there are 22 active events at Hyde through the end of June, so now if your opportunity to show the club how much it has meant to you.
Hyde Bellagio is just the first of two popular nightclubs to shut down this season. This past weekend saw Intrigue Nightclub call it quits after three years. We'll never be able to go back and say goodbye to Intrigue, but there's still time for Hyde. Act now and book your reservations now.
Las Vegas is about to become a lot less intriguing when Wynn Nightlife closes Intrigue Nightclub on June 1.
Originally opened in April of 2016, Intrigue Nightclub took over for long-running Tryst. The luxurious 14,000-square-foot space was best known for its cascading waterfall and intimate environment, including Intrigue’s “secret space” the Living Room.
In recent months, Intrigue has played host to some of the most popular names in electronic dance music, including Diplo, DJ Snake, RL Grime and Flosstradamus. The club had originally booked Galantis, Gianluca Vacchi and more for June the news of the shutter broke. Dillon Francis headlined Intrigue's final night.
This marks the second major nightclub closing set for this summer. Earlier this year, MGM Resorts International announced that they would be closing Hyde Bellagio. Although named the Best of Vegas by Las Vegas Weekly, the 12,000-square-foot venue has had a hard time competing against the new competition. Hyde will close July 6 and be replaced by a new concept coming this winter.
Would you believe that the biggest surprise to come out of the Electric Daisy Carnival week was not the chart-topping talent like Drake, The Chainsmokers and Calvin Harris?
Much to everybody's shock and amazement, Hakkasan Nightclub unveiled a brand new kinetic light installation, officially dubbed Hakkasan Grid.
Made up of 57 four-foot triangles and spanning 30 feet, this 12,000 lbs. installation is a sight to behold. The Hakkasan Grid has been called the largest light installation in the United State and is capable of producing incredible light arrangements the like you have never seen before. Best of all, it's also the only ceiling with color mixing capabilities.
"The nightlife industry requires constant evolution and excellence," notes James Algate, executive vice president of entertainment at Hakkasan Group. "We pride ourselves on consistently rising to this challenge and providing our guests with unforgettable, transformative experiences. We're thrilled to yet again push the boundaries of nightlife with the new Hakkasan Grid. We're confident that guests will be blown away by the futuristic, multi-sensory experience we've created."
Martin Garrix had no idea being a DJ was so dangerous.
Disaster struck on Friday, May 25, when the 23-year-old producer suffered an ankle injury while performing at Omnia Nightclub. The set was cut short when Martin reportedly jumped from the stage. He soldiered on with the injury for a short time, but the pain ultimately got the better of Garrix, forcing him to end the show and seek medical attention.
He apologized for fans on Instagram, posting a shocking video update from the back of an ambulance on the way to the hospital. Although updates have been scarce, Martin Garrix (whose real name is real name Martijn Gerard Garritsen) posted a picture of him relaxing in a pool on Twitter, noting that he "feels good" and that the "ankle is also recovering, I think."
He may be off his feet for now, but Garrix will return on June 29 when he returns to Omnia Nightclub. Future events include June 30, July 14 and August 18 at Wet Republic, as well as July 13, August 17 and August 30 at Omnia Nightclub. Book your tables now!
With more than 115 incredible DJs and all of the top clubs in play, this is guaranteed to be the biggest and best EDC Week of all time. The Electric Daisy Carnival will not only bring The Chainsmokers, Calvin Harris, Tiesto and more to Las Vegas, but it also marks the launch of Drake's exclusive residency at XS Nightclub. To help you keep track of all the excitement, we're going to take a closer look at EDC Week 2019.
It all kicks off on May 15, when Illenium, RL Grime and Chris Lake set the mood.
The party heats up on Thursday, May 16, when the weekend kicks off a little early. Look for a day filled with music by Porter Robinson, Tiesto, Above & Beyond, Major Lazer, Andrew Rayel, Armin Van Buuren, NGHTMRE and more.
Martin Garrix, Steve Aoki, Afrojack and 2 Chainz are just a few of the names headlining EDC on Friday, May 17. Other names worth mentioning include G-Eazy, Zedd, Armin Van Buuren, Showtek, Don Diablo and Alesso. Talk about a packed day of music!
What could possibly top Friday? How about a Saturday that kicks off Drake's exclusive residency at XS Nightclub? And don't forget about Calvin Harris, Tiesto, Marshmello, David Guetta, Party Favor, Zedd, Dillon Francis, French Montana, Duke Dumont and more. Saturday, May 18, is guaranteed to be EDC's biggest and wildest day.
You might expect EDC Week to slow down on Sunday, but don't tell Hakkasan, Drai's and XS. Heavy hitters like Lil Jon, Virgil Abloh, Kaskade, Fedde Le Grand and Sourmilk will host Sunday, May 19.
The Chainsmokers, Steve Aoki and Deorro will all welcome in a new week, as EDC continues into Monday, May 20. Other top performers include Luke Shay and Camelphat.
EDC Week may be winding down, but it still has a few surprises in store. Look for Martin Garrix to headline Omnia on Tuesday, May 21. And then Salvatore Ganacci, Madeintyo and DJ Neva will take stage on Wednesday, May 22.
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Brace yourself for the biggest nightclub debut of 2019 -- literally!
Located at the iconic Palms Casino Resort and spanning more than 100,000 square feet, KAOS Nightclub & Dayclub will be the largest party destination in Las Vegas when it debuts on April 4. The brand-new club will be a modern playhouse with a 360-degree DJ booth, audio-powered brand logo, the city's largest LED wall, the world's most sophisticated light and sound system, a 65-foot bronze sculpture of a headless demon and a musical lineup that is to die for.
KAOS will kick-off with exclusive residencies that include G-Eazy, Above & Beyond, Kaskade, Marshmello, Slushii, Skrillex and the one and only Cardi B. And that's just the tip of the iceberg, as you'll see from April and May's event calendar.
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One of the best surprises of 2018 was Art of the Wild, an innovative weekend that brought an eclectic mix of musicians to XS and Encore Beach Club. Seeing blood in the water, Wynn Nightlife is set to strike again with a brand-new Art of the Wild set for March 22 - 24.
Coming less than a month after the official start of pool party season, this can't-miss weekend will feature Carl Cox, Black Coffee, Bedouin, Guy Gerber, Jamie Jones, Joseph Capriati, Kaz James, Loco Dice, Marco Carola, the Martinez Brothers, Nic Fanciulli and more. There will be 24 visionary artists taking the stage at both XS and EBC, and we're here to help you keep the schedule straight. Here's what you can expect to see at Art of the Wild.
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Don't be fooled by the chilly weather outside, because pool party season is only a few weeks away!
As the 2019 calendar takes shape, we're starting to get a clear look at the return of your favorite dayclubs. It all kicks off with Marquee Dayclub on March 1st, who will feature Lema, M!ke Attack and Andrew Rayel in the first few weeks. One day later, Encore Beach Club opens, with headlining acts that include Lost King, Diplo, Flosstradamus and RL Grime. That brings us to Liquid Pool, which will open its doors on March 8, complete with events hosted by DJ Buza, Cutswell, DJ Phoreyz and DJ Scooter.
Unfortunately, clubs like Wet Republic, Daylight Beach Club, Drai's Beach Club and TAO Beach have yet to announce their summer calendar. We're expecting news from all of those clubs in the coming days, so keep your eyes on this page for update information.
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This year's Consumer Electronics Show will give us a glimpse of next-generation televisions, mobile phones and car stereos. CES 2019 will also give us incredible parties featuring some of the biggest DJs and musicians working today. I'm talking about Drake, Lil Jon, Tieto, Rick Ross and even DJ Pauly D from Jersey Shore.
If you're heading to Las Vegas between January 8 and 11, then you're in for a real treat. Look for both Tiesto and Lil Jon at Hakkasan, Zedd will headline Omnia on both January 8 and January 11, Tyga will take the stage at Jewel, Rick Ross will turn on Light, Tao will welcome Ruckus and both Diplo and Flosstradamus will take over Intrigue Nightclub. It's also worth noting that Drake will host XS on January 10 and Kygo will take over on January 11.
Apex Social Club will host Monster Cable's CES After Party on January 10, which promises a night that can only happen in Vegas.
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The countdown is on!
With only a few weeks left until New Year's Eve, all of your favorite nightlife hangouts have announced their year-end plans. From Calvin Harris to The Chainsmokers to Marshmello, Las Vegas is prepared to say goodbye to 2018 on a high note, and MyRSVP wants you to be there. We're breaking down the biggest and best events below, complete with links to reserve your place at all of the hottest parties.
For those looking to warm-up before the big day, the weekend leading up to New Year's is going to be epic. Friday, December 28, brings Mark Eteson to Omnia, Jeff Retro to Hakkasan and Chuckie will headline Marquee. Look for Zedd at Omnia, Marshmello at XS and Alesso at Intrigue on December 29. And then on Sunday, December 30, spend the second-to-last day of the year with Tiesto at Hakkasan, Diplo at XS, Kaskade at Omnia and Rick Ross at Light. Below is an up-to-date overview of December 28 - 30.
Make sure and save some energy for Monday night, because this year's New Year's Eve parties are going to be massive in every sense of the word. Best of all, you have a fantastically diverse group of musicians and events to choose from, including Calvin Harris at Omnia, Tyga at Jewel, Ludacris at Light and The Chainsmokers at XS. Expect a night filled with explosive production values and incredible special guests you'll be talking about well into 2019.
Look for more events and nightclubs to be added to the MyRSVP calendar in the days and weeks leading up to New Year's Eve. And don't forget to book your VIP tables and bottle service right now in order to be guaranteed a spot at the year's final party. MyRSVP is the easiest and most convenient way to book reservations at all of the top nightclubs in Las Vegas and beyond.
When it was announced that Tao Group was going to be remaking the Palms’ Rain space into a massive dayclub and nightclub, it was impossible not to be excited. This was one of the most successful nightlife companies making another huge step forward in Las Vegas. Unfortunately, it seems like the Tao and Palms team-up has been officially called off, leaving the newest must-see party destination with an unsure future.
Las Vegas Weekly is reporting that "Red Rock Resorts, Inc. (Station Casinos) and Tao jointly announced Monday that the deal to create that club and bring New York City’s Vandal restaurant to the Palms has been terminated." The Tao Group would not elaborate on the sudden change of plans, only confirming that the company “has numerous restaurant and nightlife brands and [is] always considering options for expansion in the [Las Vegas] market.”
For its part, the Palms has confirmed that they still intend to move forward with the timeline mentioned, which suggests that off-Strip resort plans to open the new venues at the end of the first quarter of 2019. Whether or not Palms intends to operate those venues or will partner up with a new company has yet to be revealed.
The newly renovated space was intended to not only house one of the most extravagant clubs in the world, but would also be home to Clique Hospitality and restaurants from Bobby Flay and Michael Symon.
Is Hakkasan Group up for sale?
That's the question on everybody's mind after a recent Bloomberg report suggested that Abu Dhabi-based Alliance International Investment is in talks to sell the global restaurant-and-nightclub operator.
This comes mere weeks after Los Angeles-based The H.wood Group separated from Hakkasan Group, buying back a significant equity stake and reclaiming global rights to its portfolio of restaurants and nightclubs.
The recent shake-up has drawn interest from the Spain-based hospitality company Pacha Group and investment firm Certares, though no final decisions have been made and the talks may not lead to a sale.
This would be a big change for Hakkasan Group, who manages some of the biggest nightclubs and beach clubs in Las Vegas, including Omnia, Jewel, 1 OAK, Wet Republic, Bare Pool and, of course, Hakkasan Nightclub.
This is not the first news we've heard about a possible sale. Earlier this year, reports indicated that Hakkasan Group was looking to merge with SBE in Los Angeles, though it was later confirmed that negotiations fell through.
Today brings devastating news from the music world. Swedish DJ and producer Tim Bergling, better known as Avicii, has died at the age of 28.
He was found dead in Muscat, Oman, on Friday, a mere two years after announcing his retirement from music.
"It is with profound sorrow that we announce the loss of Tim Bergling, also known as Avicii," reads a statement from the artist's representatives. "The family is devastated and we ask everyone to please respect their need for privacy in this difficult time. No further statements will be given."
Although Avicii had told publications that he felt "happy" and "free" after retiring, he was plagued by a number of health problems leading up to his death. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Tim suffered from an acute pancreatitis due to excessive drinking. He had his gallbladder and appendix removed in 2014.
"I have my private life back and focusing on myself for the first time," he said not long after retiring. "This was obviously the hardest decision of my life so far. But so far it has paid off tremendously in terms of well-being for me. I'm happier than I have been in a very, very long time. Stress-free more than I have been in a very long time. I can't say I'm never going to have a show again. I just don't think I'm going to go back to the touring life."
As a resident DJ at both XS Nightclub and Encore Beach Club, Avicii was a popular Las Vegas mainstay up until his retirement in 2016.
EDM superstars from around the world have taken to social media to share their heartbreak, memories and love for Avicii.
"Devastating news about Avicii," starts Calvin Harris. "A beautiful soul, passionate and extremely talented with so much more to do." "At a loss for words ... rest easy brother," posted Marshmello. Deorro added that he "can't believe we lost one of the greatest music influencers of our time." And Eric Prydz kept it simple: "I have no words. RIP Tim."
Avicii's music and memory will continue to influence DJs and music-lovers for years to come. Rest in peace, Tim Bergling.
We're only one month away from the much-anticipated return of pool party season in Las Vegas. With major dayclub events happening in every weekend of March, we're here to help you keep track of the biggest parties. From Wet Republic to Bare Pool to Drai's Beach Club, we are going to break down what you can expect from your favorite club's opening weekends.
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ENCORE BEACH CLUB - Drai's Beach Club is not the only pool party debuting this weekend! Look for Encore Beach Club to open back up on March 2 with a performance by DJ Five, followed on March 3 by Lost Kings. Encore's nightlife events also start back up this month, with Dillon Francis on March 9 and Duke Dumont on March 10.
WET REPUBLIC - One week after the debut of Drai's Beach Club and Encore, Wet Republic roars back to life with DJ Shift on March 9, Fergie DJ on March 10 and Mark Eteson on March 11. Wet Republic has already scheduled fan favorites like Cash Cash (March 24), Kaskade (April 7), Martin Garrix (April 8), Nervo (April 15), Lil Jon (April 29), Tiesto (May 6) and Zedd (May 28).
LIQUID POOL LOUNGE - March 9 also brings the opening of Liquid Pool Lounge. Look for DJ Buza to kick things off, followed by Kid Conrad on March 10 and the very sexy DJ Lezlee heating things up on March 11.
MARQUEE DAYCLUB - One week later, we have the exciting debut of Marquee Dayclub, featuring Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano on March 16. The weekend also includes Dash Berlin on March 17 and Nora En Pure on March 18.
Make sure to visit the MyRSVP Event Calendar for more than 180 dayclub events, with new shows and dates being added every day. Get your bathing suit ready, because pool party season is just a few weeks away!
We're only a few weeks away from the end of 2017, which means your favorite Las Vegas clubs are busy putting the finishing touches on their New Year's Weekend events. This year we'll see a lot of returning favorites like Calvin Harris, Steve Aoki, Trey Songz and Tiesto, along with some fun surprises, including Bruno Mars, Chris Brown, Ludacris and The Chainsmokers.
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New Year's Weekend kicks off on Friday, December 29, when Zedd shows up at Omnia and Party Favor lives up to its name at Hakkasan. You'll also find Phoreyz at Hakkasan, as well as Marshmello at XS, RL Grime at Intrigue and Trey Songz at Drai's Nightclub.
Friday, December 29
The excitement builds on Saturday, December 30, when Tiesto and OB-One team up to rock Hakkasan, Travis Scott takes over Omnia and Future hosts Drai's Nightclub. You'll also find Diplo at XS, T-Pain at Light and Cheat Code at Intrigue.
Saturday, December 30
The stars come out on New Year's Eve! Look for Calvin Harris to headline Omnia, The Chainsmokers to heat up XS, Chris Brown to hit Drai's Nightclub and the one and only Bruno Mars will take the stage at The Bank. Sunday, December 31, also includes Lil Jon at Jewel, Ludacris at Light, Gucci Mane at Tao, 2Chainz at 1 OAK and Marshmello at Intrigue.
Sunday, December 31
Make sure to head over to the MyRSVP Event Calendar for more dates and details, and check back for last minute additions to the list. Don't forget to book your VIP tables and bottle service now through MyRSVP, the easiest and most convenient way to get into all of the top clubs in Las Vegas.
Halloween weekend is here to scare up some of your favorite DJs this October, and MyRSVP is here to help. This year's parties will include Calvin Harris, The Chainsmokers, Lil Jon, Trey Songz, Lil Wayne, Diplo, Steve Aoki, Ruby Rose and so many more. So get your costume ready and prepare a few frights, because this is your Halloween 2017 survival guide.
It all kicks off on Friday, October 27, when Calvin Harris takes over Omnia and Lil Jon heats up Hakkasan. Other events include Alesso at XS, Metro Boomin' at Drai's, Diplo and Intrigue and more.
Saturday, October 28, will bring Zedd to Omnia and Kaskade to Hakkasan. This will also be the weekend's first taste of Steve Aoki (Jewel) and Future (Drai's Nightclub). And don't miss superstars like Ludacris at Light and Ruby Rose at Intrigue.
The weekend may be winding down, but Sunday, October 29, will bring Diplo to XS Nightclub, Above & Beyond to Hakkasan and Lil Wayne to Drai's Nightclub.
Steve Aoki and Carnage are looking to tear things up on Halloween Eve!
Halloween night will include special performances by Kaskade (Omnia) and Rae Sremmurd (Drai's Nightclub).
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Labor Day Weekend is about celebration, having fun and hitting he clubs. Sadly, for hip hop legend Lil Wayne, this weekend was a medical nightmare that sent Young Weezy to the hospital.
One day before he was scheduled to perform at the Drai's Beach Club Labor Day celebration, Lil Wayne suffered an epileptic seizure and found unconscious in his hotel room. According to reports, the 34 year old rapper later suffered a second seizure at the hospital and is now resting up from the horrific ordeal.
Understandably, Drai's Beach Club was quick to confirm that they would be rescheduling Lil Wayne's performance, but little else is known. "Our priority is the health and well-being of our artists," the club wrote on Facebook. "Everybody at Drai's wishes Lil Wayne a speedy recovery during this time."
This is not the first time Lil Wayne, whose real name is Dwayne Michael Carter Jr., has been hospitalized for seizures. Last year, his private jet was forced to make an emergency landing during a cross-country flight after he suffered multiple seizures in the air. In 2013, he was admitted to an intensive care unit in Los Angeles after enduring what the rapper later described as life-threatening seizures.
The "Sucker for Pain" singer confessed in a 2013 interview with LA radio station Power 106 that this has been a reoccurring problem: “Like, this isn’t my first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh seizure. I’ve had a bunch of seizures, y’all just never hear about them,” he said. “But this time it got real bad ’cause I had three of them in a row and on the third one, my heart rate went down to like 30 percent. Basically, I could've died, so that is why it was so serious. But the reason being for the seizures is just plain stress, no rest, overworking myself."
We're all hopeful that Lil Wayne gets the rest he needs and make a full recovery. The rapper is currently scheduled to host Drai's Nightclub over Halloween weekend, which still appears to be on the official calendar. We'll update the October 29 event if any changes are made.
In a week where everybody was obsessed over the Mayweather vs. McGregor fight, leave it to 50 Cent and Meek Mill to bury the hatchet and put their long-running beef behind them.
The most heart-warming story to come out of fight week was that of the Philly spitfire and G-Unit general taking the stage together at Drai's Nightclub on Friday, August 25. They were joined by Chance the Rapper, Trey Songz, Jeezy and NBA star James Harden.
As rap fans may already know, Meek Mill and 50 Cent started feuding back in 2015, after 50 favored Drake in their infamous diss war. The two went back and forth on social media, using Instagram as a weapon.
The good news is that Meek and 50 have recently squashed that feud, leading to an incredible performance of the anthemic song "Dreams and Nightmares."
Does this mean we can expect a G-Unit and MMMG collaboration in the near future? Neither musician is ready to commit to that, but this week's performance is a step in the right direction.
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With the year's biggest fight just a few days away, everybody is wondering if the brightest UFC star will be able to take down the undefeated Floyd Mayweather Jr. Win or lose, Conor McGregor has already lined up his first post-fight job -- hosting XS Nightclub.
Easily lost in the flurry of excitement over the upcoming fight, Wynn Nightlife announced that the world's most popular UFC fighter will host four exclusive clubs at both their flagship nightclub and Encore Beach Club. This deal sees McGregor orchestrating parties through 2019, starting with his debut right after the fight on August 26.
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It was big news when sbe Entertainment announced that they were in talks to merge with restaurant and club operator Hakkasan Group. But that was March and both parties have been tight-lipped about the detail in the past five months. That is, until now.
CEO Sam Nazarian recently told the Las Vegas Review-Journal that "sbe remains in negotiations to complete a financial transaction in which sbe's and Hakkasan's formidable hospitality assets are combined into one company. We are looking forward to completing the transaction to accelerate our already robust expansion."
sbe Entertainment is best known for their chain of hotels, as well as popular nightlife venues like Hyde, Doheny Room, Nightingale, Skybar, Bar Nue, Fourteen, XIV Sessions, Double Barrell House, The Library and Create Nightclub.
Together, sbe and Hakkasan have an equity value of more than $1 billion, the Wall Street Journal reported in March.
Some insiders worry that this may be history repeating itself. sbe Entertainment spent months negotiating a takeover of Morgans Hotel Group in 2015 before talks collapsed. The L.A.-based hospitality company ended up buying the boutique hotel brand one year later.
Experts warn that mergers and acquisitions can often take much longer than anticipated. Negotiations could take anywhere from a few months to more than a year. We may not hear anything for quite a while.
For their part, Hakkasan Group isn't sitting around to see what happened. They recently announced a roadmap that included opening 30 new clubs and restaurants by 2020.
The year's biggest celebration is almost here and MyRSVP wants you to be ready. Experience your favorite DJs and entertainers at all of the hottest clubs over Labor Day Weekend, including Martin Garrix, David Guetta, Kevin Hart, Kygo, Tyga, T-Pain, The Chainsmokers, Calvin Harris and many more. In fact, there are so many must-see events that we wanted to bring all the information together for the official Labor Day Weekend Survival Guide.
It all kicks off on the first day of September, when we see Marshmello host Intrigue, Martin Garrix at Omnia, Boombox Cartel heating up Drai's Beach Club, Tiesto spending the day at Wet Republic and Kevin Hart bringing the laughs to Marquee Nightclub.
The party continues into Saturday, September 2, when Omnia welcomes Armin Van Buuren, Tiesto takes over Hakkasan, Kevin Hart jokes around at Tao Beach, Whiz Khalifa rocks Drai's Nightclub and Kaskade does his thing at Jewel.
Friday and Saturday were only a warm-up for Sunday, September 3, when we'll see Steve Aoki return to Omnia, Calvin Harris host Hakkasan, David Guetta take control of Encore Beach Club, Metro Boomin' blow up Light, Rick Ross rock Daylight and even taste the delicious sounds of Marshmello at XS Nightclub.
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The world of professional boxing and mixed martial arts collide when Floyd Mayweather Jr. goes head-to-head with Conor McGregor on August 26. Now is your chance to celebrate what is sure to be the year's biggest fight with Jamie Foxx, The Chainsmokers, Chris Brown, Kaskade and all of your favorite DJs.
It all kicks off on Friday, August 25, when Calvin Harris hosts Omnia Nightclub and Steve Aoki takes over Hakkasan. The night also includes 50 Cent, Trey Songz and Jeezy at Drai's Nightclub, as well as Cedric Gervais at both Intrigue and Encore Beach Club.
Still can't get enough of fight weekend? Sunday, August 27, will bring Nervo to Wet Republic, DJ Snake and EDX to Encore Beach Club, Joseph Gettright to Liquid Pool, Borgeous to Hakkasan, Yellow Claw to XS Nightclub and Greg Lopez to Bare Pool.
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To take the confusion out of Independence Day Weekend, we've created a helpful guide that highlights the biggest events at all of the top clubs. Make sure and book your reservations now for the best VIP tables and cabanas. Call now: 1-800-500-5200
The only thing better than a raging pool party is a raging pool party that doesn't end when the sun goes down.
Encore Beach Club has recently announced their summer schedule, including the always popular Nightswim events. This year features a staggering list of both world-famous DJs and fan favorites, such as Diplo, the Stafford Brothers, Yellow Claw, Alison Wonderland, EDX, RL Grimes, Marshmello, Flosstradamus and even The Chainsmokers.
Here's a complete list of Encore's Nightswim events through the end of August.
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Nobody is better at throwing a Memorial Day Weekend party than your favorite Las Vegas nightclubs and dayclubs, and this year is going to be the biggest celebration yet!
To prove this point, Memorial Day Weekend 2017 will feature Calvin Harris, The Chainsmokers, Kaskade, Tiesto, Steve Aoki, Lil Wayne, Lil Jon, Diplo, Wiz Khalifa, David Guetta, Ludacris, Alesso, Martin Garrix and much, much more. To help you keep track of five days of non-stop partying, we have compiled a list of the biggest events happening on each day. This is the only Memorial Day Weekend guide you'll need.
The excitement kicks off a day early, when Zedd and Diplo rock Thursday, May 25 ...
While Thursday will be a great appetizer, the real fun begins on Friday, May 26. This is when everybody from Calvin Harris to Kaskade to The Chainsmokers will take over your favorite day and nightclubs ...
Not to be outdone, Saturday is jam-packed with some of the world's biggest DJs, including Martin Garrix, Tiesto, Steve Aoki, David Guetta, Tyga, Dillon Francis and even Lil Wayne. Here's the list ...
The celebration is set to get even wilder on Sunday, May 28. This is when Armin Van Buuren, Calvin Harris, Kygo, Ludacris, DJ Khaled, Wiz Khalifa, Rick Ross, Tiesto and Marshmello take over the hottest clubs. See for yourself ...
Memorial Day Weekend may be coming to a close, but fear not, because Monday, May 29, is still full of surprises. Some of the big names for Memorial Day include Steve Aoki, Diplo, The Chainsmokers and Afrojack ...
There are even more dates, details and events listed on the MyRSVP Event Calendar, the single best way to stay informed as to what's happening in Las Vegas from day to day. And don't forget to book your reservations now. MyRSVP is the most convenient way to make reservations for VIP tables, cabanas and bottle service at all of your favorite nightclubs and pool parties. CALL NOW: 1-800-500-5200
If you thought the Hakkasan Group was showing signs of slowing down, think again.
At the recently Nightclub and Bar Show held in the Las Vegas Convention Center, CEO Neil Moffitt outlined a path that included opening thirty new venues over the next three years. This would include new restaurants and nightclubs located around the world, expanding their reach and turning them into the global nightlife leader.
Neil has reason to be optimistic. Since being hired in 2013, the enthusiastic CEO has taken the company from relative obscurity to earning $500 million a year. Hakkasan Group is currently in control of about sixty venues, including at least a dozen in Las Vegas. With the overwhelming success of their flagship Hakkasan Nightclub, along with Wet Republic and Omnia Nightclub, the group sees an opportunity to not only introduce their brand of party to new locations, but also increase their annual revenue by 50%.
The CEO may be on to something, as Hakkasan managed to beat its revenue forecast by $7 million by putting more emphasis on social media and focusing less on traditional advertising. In fact, Neil bragged that they were able to save $9 million by cutting back on billboards and magazines.
Neil also talked about competing with their bitter rival -- Wynn Nightlife. "When we fight the guy down the street, all we do is chip away at our margin," he explained. While he may have been half-joking, there's some truth in his statement. Wynn and Hakkasan have been going back and forth battling over the world's top DJs.
But I wouldn't feel too bad for the Hakkasan CEO, as this year's residency lineup includes Calvin Harris, Tiesto, Porter Robinson, Hardwell, Kaskade, Steve Aoki and even Puff Daddy.
April is going to be a big month at Hakkasan, with Tiesto on the 1st and 20th, Zedd hosting the anniversary weekend on the 7th, Above & Beyond on the 9th, Lil Jon on the 15th and 29th, and Kaskade on the 22nd.
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Although it's still several months away, this year's EDC week is shaping up to be the biggest celebration yet!
Kicking off on June 12 and running through the 19th, this year's Electric Daisy Carnival is eight days of incredible music from the top DJs from around the world. This year's festivities include Calvin Harris, Tiesto, Armin van Buuren, Galantis, Kaskade, NGHTMRE, Dash Berlin, GTA, Carnage, Zedd, Steve Aoki and many, many more must-see performers.
To help get you in the mood, we're outlining the first group of announced dates and DJs. This list will expand as we get closer to June, but this early list should whet your appetite and give you an idea of what you can expect from EDC 2017.
Tuesday, June 13
Wednesday, June 14
Thursday, June 15
Friday, June 16
Saturday, June 17
Sunday, June 18
Monday, June 19
Keep your eyes glued to the MyRSVP Event Page, as more dates and DJs will be added in the coming days. And don't forget to beat the rush and book your reservations, VIP tables, cabanas and bottle service now. Call for reservations: 1-800-500-5200
Hot on the heels of releasing the hit single "It Ain't Me" with Selena Gomez, DJ Kygo has announced his Wynn residency in a dramatic new video.
Featuring the Norwegian DJ playing "Piano Jam 2," this brand new video confirms the rumors that he would be bringing his talents to XS Nightclub and Encore Beach Club exclusively starting on April 30. He joins the ranks of Skrillex and The Chainsmokers as the top tier talent you will only find at Wynn.
"Kygo will be the dominant force on the Strip during the prime pool party months," explains Wynn Nightlife Executive Vice President and Managing Partner Alex Cordova. "His sound perfectly complements our pool party vibe."
Kygo has announced ten upcoming events, including seven at XS and three at Encore Beach Club. It all kicks off at XS on April 30, followed by performances on May 8, May 28, June 9, June 16, June 25 and June 30. His dates at Encore Beach Club include May 20, May 26 and June 10.
These are just the first ten dates, with more to be announced in the coming weeks. Make sure and watch the MyRSVP Event Calendar for more dates and details.
Steve Aoki, Zedd and Tiesto have all been tapped to help celebrate the biggest event in April -- Hakkasan's four year anniversary.
First launched in April 2013, the Hakkasan Group's flagship nightclub has quickly become the biggest nightlife destination in Las Vegas. They have an impressive roster of some of the biggest names in electronic dance music and a lock on the highly competitive party scene. Now they're going to outdo themselves with the year's biggest birthday celebration.
The party kicks off on April 6th, when Steve Aoki takes the stage. This is followed up by Zedd on April 7, Tiesto on April 8 and Above & Beyond finishing things off on April 8. It's a killer lineup that will feature all kinds of unexpected surprises and cameos.
Unfortunately, Calvin Harris will not be part of the festivities. The Grammy-award winning musician was Hakkasan's very first resident DJ and a staple of the nightclub. But don't worry, partiers looking for their Calvin fix will be able to check him out on May 4 and over Memorial Day Weekend.
Hakkasan has already outlined their summer schedule, which includes nearly 100 announced events between now and August (with more being added every day). This includes some of the newer names, like NGHTMRE, Cash Cash and Matoma, along with popular mainstays like Porter Robinson, Lil Jon and Kaskade.
Act fast to get your reservations for Hakkasan's anniversary weekend, happening April 6 - April 8. Call now: 1-800-500-5200
I hope you have your swimsuit handy, because the pool party season is upon us.
Some of Las Vegas' top dayclubs will be opening their doors in the coming weeks, and we don't want you to miss a second of the fun. Whether you're looking for a relaxing getaway or an out-of-control party, there's a little something for everybody this season.
It all kicks off on March 3, when both Drai's Beach Club and Encore Beach Club make their 2017 debuts. Drai's Beach Club will welcome Deux, Luke Shay and Jonas Blue in their opening weekend. Encore Beach Club, on the other hand, will kick things off with A-Trak, Makj and Ookay.
One week later, both Wet Republic and Daylight will heat things up. Look for DJ Shift on March 10, Fergie DJ on March 11 and Mark Eteson on March 12, only at Wet Republic. Daylight will also be bringing the heavy hitters, as Kid Funk, DJ E-Rock and DJ Neva host the opening weekend.
While most clubs are just now starting to welcome guests, Marquee Dayclub has spent all winter under their Dayclub Dome. Upcoming events include Vivai on March 4, Timmy Trumpet on March 11, Tritonal on March 17 and Carnage on March 25.
Make sure and head over to the MyRSVP Event Calendar for more dates and details.
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Only a month after Wynn Nightlife announced an exclusive deal with The Chainsmokers, the Hakkasan Group has responded with a surprise of their own.
Today we're learning that Kaskade, Zedd, Porter Robinson and Travis Scott will all be joining 27 other world-renowned DJs as residents of the Hakkasan Group. This deal will include both day and night parties at Omnia Nightclub at Caesars Palace, Hakkasan Nightclub, Wet Republic Ultra Pool at MGM Grand, and JEWEL Nightclub at Aria Resort & Casino throughout 2017.
The returning roster includes a lot of familiar names, including Calvin Harris, Tiesto, Steve Aoki, Martin Garrix, WeAreTreo, Hardwell, Armin van Buuren and Afrojack. You'll also see performances from Puff Daddy, Lil Jon and NGHTMRE.
"We have seen our residents grow and thrive here in Las Vegas and through our expansive roster of talent we are able to provide guests with the most extraordinary entertainment experience possible across all of our venues," said in a statement from the Vice President of Entertainment for Hakkasan Group, James Algate. "With an extremely talented group of long-time residents and new artists on the rise, we believe that this year's lineup contains an incredibly strong and gifted collection of artists and we look forward to welcoming them to the Hakkasan Group family"
Below is the Hakkasan Group's full residency roster for 2017. You'll find most of these DJs already on the MyRSVP Event Calendar, including Kaskade at Omnia on February 17, Zedd at Hakkasan on February 18 and Porter Robinson at Jewel on March 25.
Machine Gun Kelly created a scene when he kicked off his Las Vegas residency at Drai's Nightclub on January 21.
Coming hot on the heels of The Chainsmokers signing with Wynn Nightlife, the chart-topping rapper will be bringing his off-the-wall antics exclusively to Drai's Nightclub. He was backed by his full band -- the "Bad Things" -- when he took the stage to thunderous applause.
The crowd ate up his live renditions of hits like "Young Man," "Alpha Omega," "Till I Die" and more. The sexy Drai's dancers also had a part, and professional skateboarder and close friend Ryan Sheckler was spotted singing along.
Machine Gun Kelly left the stage vowing to return. It's not exactly clear when that will be, but we're adding new dates to the MyRSVP Event Calendar every single day. Drai's Nightclub has a busy schedule that includes Fabolous on February 3, Big Sean on February 4, Future on February 5, Nelly on February 11 and Fat Joe on February 24.
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The football season may be over for the Dallas Cowboys, but Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliot show no signs of slowing down.
Mending a painful 34-31 loss to the Green Bay Packers on January 15, two of the Cowboy's star athletes were spotted at the Marquee Dayclub Dome in the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on January 21. Dak and Ezekiel were joined by friends and enjoyed the sounds of TJR while enjoying the Las Vegas pool party.
Despite being the dead of winter, Marquee Dayclub Dome hasn't missed a beat. Their upcoming schedule includes major events with Lema, Jermaine Dupri, Ghastly, Sander van Doorn, Vinai, Timmy Trumpet and Tritonal. Marquee will also be hosting the annual Q Bowl 2017 on February 5.
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Tiesto will need to get a bigger keychain.
Just days before his 48th birthday, the insanely popular DJ was honored by the city that loves him most. January 14 marked "Tiesto Day," which featured County Commissioner Steve Sisolak presenting the Dutch superstar with a key to the city.
"I am thrilled to present Tiësto with the Key to the Las Vegas Strip," began Sisolak. "Bringing his innovative talent to the Strip in conjunction with Hakkasan Group, Tiësto has changed the face of the DJ world. Through his dedication and passion for his work, Tiësto continues to be an inspiration, not only to other DJ artists, but to all Las Vegas performers."
Tiesto celebrated his birthday on January 17 by hosting a very special weekend at Hakkasan. He will also be ringing in the Chinese New Year on January 28 and then returning on February 4, March 4, March 18, March 25 and April 1st. In fact, Hakkasan has the DJ booked for 14 events between now and May 27th.
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It's official: The Chainsmokers will be exclusive to Las Vegas.
In the first big residency move of 2017, Wynn Nightlife has announced that they signed a three-year contract that will bring the "Closer" guys to XS Nightclub and Encore Beach Club. This exclusive residency will keep The Chainsmokers in Las Vegas through 2019, making them one of the biggest DJ acts in Sin City.
"We are so thrilled to have this residency at the Wynn," explains the duo's Alex Pall. "[Wynn Nightlife] represent the best of what Las Vegas has to offer and we look forward to a great partnership."
The kick-off happens on Friday, January 6, when The Chainsmokers rock XS Nightclub for the first time. This will be followed by nine other dates, including January 14, February 3, March 3 and all the way up to May 12. Dates for Encore Beach Club will be announced as we near the sunnier months.
The Chainsmokers will be sticking around, and MyRSVP wants you to party in style. Don't forget to book your VIP tables and bottle service now by calling 1-800-500-5200.
After months of teasing and hype, Marshmello has finally unveiled the long-awaited remix of DJ Snake's hit collaboration "Let Me Love You" with Justin Bieber.
Released on Soundcloud this week, this high-energy mix ranks as one of Marshmello's greatest hits. It opens with a booming sub bass and a meandering trap beat before letting loose with Justin Bieber's pristine vocal hooks. It has an irresistible beat that rivals the original in terms of quality and catchiness, and is guaranteed to be in heavy rotation at every party.
This Marshmello remix comes just a few weeks after Dutch DJ Tiesto unleashed his own version of the DJ Snake song. If that wasn't enough, we're still awaiting "Let Me Love You" remixes from both Zedd and Don Diablo.
Beyond releasing this catchy new remix, Marshmello will have his hands full playing eight upcoming Las Vegas gigs between December and January. These include Intrigue on December 8, December 29 and January 19, Surrender on December 14 and January 4, and XS on January 1, January 15 and January 27. On the other hand, DJ Snake will be hosting Surrender's New Year's Eve party.
With only a few weeks left until the biggest celebration of 2016, your favorite clubs are busy finalizing the entertainment for New Year's Weekend. The year-end celebration will include some of the top musicians, including Drake, The Weeknd, Calvin Harris, Ludacris, Steve Aoki, Kendrick Lamar and more.
It all begins on December 30, when Kaskade will host the celebrations at Omnia, Tiesto and DJ Shift will team up at Hakkasan, Alesso will rock XS, Metro Boomin' takes over Light and DJ Que returns to The Bank.
Saturday brings the main event, when Calvin Harris will be counting down the seconds until 2017 at Omnia, Drake will host Hakkasan, Steve Aoki will shine at Jewel, Major Lazer will spin at XS, Ludacris will turn on Light, Kendrick Lamar will slay Drai's Nightclub and The Weeknd will bring his soulful style to Marquee.
For those who still have a little energy left over for New Year's Day, Dash Berlin will kick things off at Marquee's Dayclub Dome, Mark Eteson will keep the party alive at Hakkasan and Marshmello will bring the sweets at XS.
For more information on this packed lineup, we recommend you check out the complete MyRSVP Event Calendar, which features hundreds of upcoming events and concerts. And don't forget that MyRSVP is the easiest way to book VIP tables, bottle service and cabanas at all of the top clubs this New Year's weekend. Call now: 1-800-500-5200
In yet another sign that 2016 is nearly over, Hakkasan, Jewel and Omnia have all started to announce their 2017 dates.
After Drake rings in the new year, Hakkasan Nightclub will welcome a whole host of familiar faces. It all kicks off with Mark Eteson on the 1st, followed by Lil Jon on the 5th, Steve Aoki on the 6th, Kaskade on the 7th and Party Favor on the 8th. Other major events include Tiesto's birthday celebration on January 14 and Kaskade on January 21.
These are just the first few events to populate the 2017 event calendar, and there's definitely more on the way. Expect major announcements from all of your favorite nightclubs the closer we get to New Year's Day.
The stars descended on Las Vegas over Thanksgiving weekend, and we were lucky enough to be part of the action.
TAO restaurant welcomed Chloe Grace Moretz, star of Neighbors 2 and Kick-Ass. The 19 year old actress was joined by a group of friends, who reportedly dined on a selection of TAO's favorites.
TAO was also the stop for Orange is the New Black star Jackie Cruz, who enjoyed the laidback atmosphere (and spicy tuna tartar on crispy rice) with friends.
San Diego Chargers running back Melvin Gordon did more than just dine at the famous Asian eatery, he celebrated the birthday of friend Shaquil Barrett at TAO Nightclub in The Venetian. The two were joined by Denver Broncos players Sylvester Williams and Derek Wolfe, and enjoyed a VIP table as Justin Credible manned the decks.
TAO has an exciting December lineup that includes Politik on the 3rd, Enferno on the 9th, Jerzy on the 15th, Dainjazone on the 16th, DJ C LA on the 22nd, DJ Wellman on Christmas Eve and French Montana on New Year's Eve.
BRKLYN is no stranger to the Las Vegas party scene. Having been a mainstay at both Tao, Jewel and Liquid Pool Lounge, this LA-based DJ duo has managed to capture a strong following on the Strip. And now they're about to graduate to the major leagues, thanks to a comfy new gig at Hakkasan Nightclub.
Starting on Thanksgiving day, November 24, BRKLYN will be bringing their unique style to one of the world's most celebrated nightclubs. This residency will also include a much-hyped concert on December 17, as well as several to-be-determined dates in 2017.
BRKLYN is made up of Cameron Alexander and Cody Nadeau, two musicians with an ear for infectious beats and anthemic synth lines. The duo is best known for their hit song "Can't Get Enough," featuring Mariah McManus, as well as "Steal Your Heart" with Lenachka.
Beyond BRKLYN, Hakkasan has a busy lineup for December, including DJ Shift's birthday party on the 1st, DVBBS on the 3rd, Lil Jon on the 10th, Mark Eteson on the 11th, Steve Aoki on the 29th, Tiesto on the 30th and Drake hosting New Year's Eve.