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Hakkasan, Omnia, Wet Republic Announce 2016 DJ Residencies

Hakkasan Group — the folks behind nightclubs Hakkasan and Omnia as well as Wet Republic dayclub — today revealed its full 2016 Las Vegas DJ residency lineup.

Calvin Harris tops the list alongside Tiësto, who’ve both signed multi-year contracts.

Notable new additions include Armin van Buuren (formerly signed with Marquee), Lil Jon (formerly with XS/Wynn), Chuckie (formerly with Marquee), Axwell^Ingrosso (formerly with Light/Daylight), Steve Angello (formerly with LiFE/SLS), and Oliver Heldens. Check out the full list below.

Dates for Calvin Harris performances are already announced through September.

Hakkasan/Omnia/Wet Republic 2016 DJ Roster

Calvin Harris
Tiësto
Above & Beyond
Afrojack
Armin van Buuren
Axwell^Ingrosso
Borgeous
Burns
The Chainsmokers
Chuckie
Dada Life
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike
DVBBS
Dzeko & Torres
Fergie DJ
GTA
Hardwell
Krewella
Lil Jon
Martin Garrix
NERVO
Nicky Romero
Oliver Heldens
Showtek
Steve Angello
Steve Aoki
Tigerlily
W&W
3LAU

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Light Las Vegas Announces 2015 DJ Residencies

Returning as the headlining resident DJ at Light in 2015 is Alesso. A club resident since its conception, Alesso is a rising star who in 2015 will be a major pinnacle in the dance music space. His track “Heroes (we could be)” with Tove Lo raced up the charts in late 2014 and was just a taste of what to expect as he will release his debut studio album on Def Jam this year. Also returning to LIGHT is DJ and music legend Carl Cox, whose pioneering ways have not only paved the way for dance music to be where it is today, but also endeared him to generations of electronic music fans worldwide. In addition, there is Axwell along with Ingrosso, both who together are releasing an album on Def Jam in 2015; Baauer, who will continue to bring his massively popular Studio B monthly residency; And GTA who have been blowing up the festival circuit with their Miami bass productions.

New at Light, as the club ventures into its third year as one of the most sought after destinations on the Vegas strip, is U.K. talent Disclosure. Known more as a live act, at Light their appearances will be a rare DJ set. Having previously taken place in New York City, San Francisco and Chicago, LIGHT will serve as the Las Vegas home for Disclosure’s Wild Life specially-curated shows.  Called a “joyous and masterful” show by Consequence of Sound, it’s an event with friends and artists they like. Also onboard is EDM pioneer Fat Boy Slim, hip-hop megastar adventurers Macklemore & Ryan Lewis and will.i.am, known for his incredible tracks with the Black Eyed Peas and accomplished producer in his own right. There is also DJ Mustard who is making major moves in hip-hop production circles having already created major hits for the likes of Wiz Khalifa, Trey Songz, Kid Ink and 2 Chainz just to name a few.

The full list of DJ residents at Light for 2015:

  • Alesso
  • A-trak
  • Axwell
  • Baauer
  • Bassjackers
  • Carl Cox
  • Clockwork
  • Disclosure
  • DJ Mustard
  • Fat Boy Slim
  • GTA
  • Henrix
  • Ingrosso
  • Macklemore + Ryan Lewis
  • Morgan Page
  • Norman Doray
  • Stellar
  • Steve Powers
  • Sultan + Shepard
  • Tony Arzadon
  • will.i.am

Expect to see a lot of these same names spinning at Light’s dayclub counterpart, Daylight Beach Club.

True to its mission of being a laboratory for inspired experiences, Light has been experimenting since it’s opening with new artistic content on a monthly basis. In 2015, Light is bringing a fresh look to the club with its new Artistic Director Maximiliano Torandell. The Argentinean producer and performer will soon unveil new moments and performances for a sexy and avant-garde Light 2015 show. What makes a Cirque performance at LIGHT different than any of the other Vegas shows?  “Light is a nightclub, not a stage show and therefore the requirements for the performances are different,” says Torandell.  “We want the performers be capable of seducing and captivating our audience without separating them from the club experience. We don’t want people sitting down and watching a show, we want a flawless integration of the performance and the party.” Watch for more on Light’s new artistic direction.