Marquee Las Vegas has rolled out a star-studded lineup for Memorial Day weekend, stacking both the Dayclub and Nightclub for four straight days. Arty will kick off the festivities Friday afternoon, followed by Armin van Buuren and W&W that evening. Gareth Emery and Kaskade are slated for Saturday, with Kaskade returning Sunday afternoon and Benny Benassi closing the night out. Memorial Day itself sees Sander van Doorn and Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano take the decks, with Dash Berlin bringing the weekend to a close. To get patriotic by kicking your summer off in the Ibiza of the West, purchase your tickets here.Posted by
If you were hoping to venture to Vegas next weekend for the grand opening of the new Cirque du Soleil-themed nightclub Light in Mandalay Bay, you’ll need to hold on just a few weeks longer. The Light Group and Light Nightclub announced via Twitter that because of construction delays on the new club, the opening would be pushed back one month to Memorial Day Weekend.
Wynn Las Vegas announces Memorial Day weekend lineups for Encore Beach Club, Surrender, Tryst and XS
Memorial Day weekend has long been considered one of Las Vegas’ most eventful occasions. For party goers and music aficionados alike there’s no more desirable place to be than the glittering strip. The holiday weekend is slowly but surely creeping up on us and Wynn Las Vegas is setting the stage for what will likely be an unforgettable vacation with the lineup announcements for Encore Beach Club, Surrender, Tryst and XS. Whether you’re into trance, progressive house, or grinding electro there’s something for everyone.
Knife Party will kick off the Memorial Day festivities on Wednesday, May 22nd and over the course of the next five days fans will be treated to the sonic stylings of musical masterminds like Eric Prydz, Dirty South, Avicii, Steve Angello, Above & Beyond, and more. Check out the full lineup below and start planning your trips before it’s too late.
For ticket information and table reservations visit Wynn Social.
EDC Chicago announces Memorial Day Weekend dates, Chicagoland Speedway location, tickets on sale January 23rd
Pasquale Rotella confirmed Chicago as a destination on Electric Daisy Carnival’s road to Vegas last month, and the official announcement has finally been made. EDC Chicago will span Memorial Day Weekend as rumored and will take place at the windy city’s Chicagoland Speedway. After its success in Las Vegas, the festival has touched down in New York, Orlando, and Puerto Rico; and now, Chicago will be graced with Electric Daisy Carnival on May 24th, 25th, and 26th — but here’s the kicker: Chicago will be the first to offer camping.
Tickets go on sale next Wednesday, January 23rd at 12pm CST. Jump below the break for ticket and camping information along with a message from Pasquale Rotella.
With Miami Music Week and Coachella behind us, awesome event withdrawal is starting to settle in. All hope is not lost, however, since your next opportunity to let loose is right around the corner. Hundreds of thousands of people will soon descend into the infamous desert town of Las Vegas – America’s newfound mecca for EDM — to celebrate Memorial Day Weekend. The biggest casinos and clubs have booked the world’s premier DJs to headline the weekend’s club events. In order to make sure you do it right and not find yourself at the Imperial Palace’s low-limit Pai Gow poker tables, we’ve created a guide to Memorial Day Weekend Las Vegas and we’ve picked out the best events you won’t want to miss.
XS announces huge Memorial Day Weekend lineup that includes Avicii, David Guetta, Tiesto, and many more
For those of you looking for an exciting way to end your reign in college or to welcome the great weather — Las Vegas Memorial Day Weekend is the way to go. We previously announced the Encore Beach Club and Surrender lineups for this loaded weekend, and this time around we give you the rundown of XS nightclub’s billing. (Click on the names of the DJs in order to get your presale tickets now). Make sure to grab your tickets as soon as possible, Memorial Day Weekend is one of the biggest weekends of the year for Vegas.
Friday, May 25th: Tiesto
Sunday, May 27th: Deadmau5
Monday, May 28th: Avicii, David GuettaPosted by
Before you get too depressed that Miami Music Week and Ultra are over, here is the next six-day event to look forward to – Memorial Day Weekend Vegas. Las Vegas has evolved into an American Mecca for EDM, playing host to some of the biggest events headlined by marquee DJs and no other resort does it bigger than Wynn Las Vegas. Encore Beach Club and Surrender Nightclub, the stunning, award-winning indoor/outdoor entertainment complex at the Encore, has just announced its official lineup for Memorial Day Weekend, which happens to coincide with its two-year anniversary. Spanning from Wednesday, May 23rd to Monday, May 28th, managing partner Sean Christie has assembled an impressive lineup from their list of over 30 resident DJs. Check after the break for the detail and stay tuned for our in-depth Guide to MDW Vegas.
On Sunday May 29th, electronic phenomenon Deadmau5 returned from his wildly successful two year anniversary party to bring his overwhelming popularity to Memorial Day Weekend at XS Nightclub.
Sunday marked the height of Memorial Day Weekend in Las Vegas as a lineup of all-star artists flooded the town. Talent such as Armin Van Buuren, Erick Morillo, Paul van Dyk, LA Riots, and David Guetta were all set to perform that evening and unfortunately we could only choose one. I whipped out the DA Guide to MDW and decided that Deadmau5 at XS was the place to be.
This weekend we will be hosting an event at Sloane Squared in San Francisco. “One of Us” (Jared F vs Nima G) will be performing one of their 2×8 sets. If you haven’t had the opportunity to witness one of these shows you are missing out. Jared F has been busy in the studio and promises to drop tons of new unreleased heat including the massive ‘One of Us’ remix of Soulstice’s new single Realistic.
Here are the details,
Free before 11:00PM with RSVP $20 after.
For More info and to RSVP please click here!
Venue: Sloane Squared
1525 Mission St.
San Francisco, CA 94103
One of Us
Jared F (Slam Recordings, Pacha, Nervous, 2nd Sunday)
Nima G (Slam, Maktub, Vessel, Matrix)
Alas, we have reached our last day of mayhem. We believe you can muster up the energy to rage for one more pool party and night event. After all, the plane flight back is for sleep…right? There are some very big closing events that are must see action, including a FREE pool party.