Ah, the unofficial end of summer – Labor Day Weekend.
There really isn’t a better party weekend to be had all summer long, and nobody does LDW like Las Vegas. Events giant Hakkasan has curated a stacked lineup in honor of the long weekend, bringing Steve Aoki, Martin Garrix, Illenium and more to the Strip from August 29 – September 2. Additional starpower for the weekend comes by way of performances from Tiesto, Playboi Carti, Tyga, and Lil Jon among others.
Between nightclub properties Hakkasan, JEWEL, 1 OAK, and OMNIA, there’s a taste for everyone, and that’s even before considering the poolside lineups at WET Republic and LIQUID. From Desiigner to Porter Robinson, there’s a party for everyone in Vegas this year for LDW, courtesy of Hakkasan. To see Hakkasan’s full lineups and purchase tickets, click here.
A Las Vegas man named Ryan Mansour has been charged with attempted murder following a dispute with his girlfriend over attending EDC “against his wishes.” According to authorities, the fight began on Tuesday after the festival when the suspect angrily left his work early to confront his significant other over pictures he found of her at the Speedway gathering. At some point amid the fighting, which also involved endeavors to throw out shared memorabilia, the girlfriend (whose name has been redacted) got into her boyfriend’s car. Upon her exit from the vehicle, he allegedly ran her over in a bout of rage.
Mansour claims the accident was unintentional, advising he wasn’t paying attention on account of his anger and that he’d “made a dumb mistake,” according to his lawyer. Immediately after noticing what he’d done, he’d immediately began to “jack the car up” to get his girlfriend out from underneath. Luckily, her life was saved; but she did sustain injuries which include skin and liver lacerations, a collapsed lung, and a broken arm, leg, and pelvis. The suspect is currently in jail with a $25,000 bail posted.
Electric Daisy Carnival has quickly become one of the EDM community’s flagship events. Seeing 10’s of thousands of people flock to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway every year, its founder, Pasquale Rotella and his team work tirelessly every year to make the event an even bigger success year over year. Many escape the realities of
Electric Daisy Carnival is known to be one of the largest music festivals around the world. Taking place in Las Vegas, headliners from around the world have the chance to enjoy three magnificent days of beautiful neon lights, great performances, powerful dance music, carnival rides, and one-of-a-kind firework shows. These are some of the things
As EDC week inches nearer, the city of Las Vegas prepares to welcome thousands of festival-goers to the Motor Speedway’s nearby attractions. Among these is Hakkasan Nightclub, which has made a name for itself since 2013 by bringing EDM’s top names to its hallowed dance floors. With the biggest week in dance music just days away, Hakkasan has announced an innovative new aspect to the nightclub experience: the Hakkasan Grid.
The Grid is a multi-million-dollar custom-built light installation that can be synced with live music, enhancing the club experience with 57 4-foot seamless triangles that form a 30-foot structure over the dance floor. The Grid will be incorporated into the venue’s residency performances, which include Calvin Harris, Zedd, Steve Aoki, and more.
“The nightlife industry requires constant evolution and excellence, and we pride ourselves on consistently rising to this challenge and providing our guests with unforgettable, transformative experiences,” James Algate, executive vice president of entertainment at Hakkasan Group, said in a press release. “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 this futuristic, multi-sensory experience we’ve created.”
Life is Beautiful returns to Las Vegas later this year, taking over 18 blocks of the city to host a multi-day festival of today’s biggest names. For its seventh edition, the festival boasts a multi-genre set of talent, with some of EDM’s hottest acts topping the bill.
Following DJ Colonel Sander’s set at Ultra Music Festival 2019, festival organizers in Las Vegas have decided to throw a festival dedicated solely to fast food mascots. Due to the hefty ad budgets for their mascots playing the festival, event organizers have promised a free festival. While we’re awaiting the official release dates of the
The moment EDC Las Vegas fans have been waiting for has finally arrived. As of publication time, 6:00pm Pacific on March 26, Insomniac Events owner Pasquale Rotella is unveiling the iconic festival’s lineup via EDC’s official Facebook stage. Listen closely to each of the tracks being played; they hold the key to who will be making an appearance come May 17.
Each year of EDC builds upon its last, with the festival drawing in hundreds of thousands of dance music aficionados to the Las Vegas speedway for a celebration under the electric sky. In the past, notable acts like Martin Garrix, Bassnectar, Armin van Buuren, Mat Zo, and many more have played across its multiple stages, and this 2019’s billing is looking to mirror the quality the festival brings to the table in its curation.
EDC’s full lineup will be revealed on March 27 at 10am PST.
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The Big Beat duo will make their way to the entertainment capital of the world, to deliver four performances, two at Wynn’s Encore Beach Club, and two at Wynn’s XS nightclub. Catch the “Bones” producers live on March 9, March 17, April 6, and April 13.