Norman Doray’s favorite Tomorrowland moment comes from way back in 2010, when he and two other up-and-coming producers played their collaboration “Tweet It” at a small tent near the main stage. The “Filtre” producer also goes on to discuss his Vegas and experience and why the City of Sin has become the world’s number one clubbing destination.Posted by
High energy electro duo, Sultan and Ned Shepard, talk about TomorrowWorld and the synergy between the world’s premier festival brand and the jewel of Vegas nightlife, XS. Bringing the two world’s together for TomorrowWorld’s US debut, the Comfort VIP sections provided by Wynn Las Vegas will provide hospitality unlike any VIP experience in history.
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XS and Encore Beach Club unveil TomorrowWorld Comfort VIP artist video series, premiere with Afrojack
As TomorrowWorld’s inaugural event in Chattahoochee Hills looms on the horizon; ID&T has forged a partnership between the festival and Wynn Las Vegas’s premiere clubs XS and Encore Beach Club has been established. Poised to bring the pomp and grandeur of Las Vegas nightlife to rural Georgia on September 27-29, XS and Encore’s unparalleled hospitality will set an unprecedented standard for the festival’s first foray on American soil.
“We are excited to partner with Wynn Las Vegas to elevate the VIP guest experience to new heights,” said Festival Director Shawn Kent. “The combination of top-quality service while immersed in the TomorrowWorld experience will be unprecedented for the discerning guest.”
Starting at $10,000, table reservations include admission to the festival, including a private entrance to the expansive VIP area. Fans will receive access to all of the amenities one would find at any of the Wynn properties, including an extensive bottle service menu and award-winning staff on hand.
“Tomorrowland is one of the most impressive music festivals in the world,” said Jesse Waits, managing partner of XS and Tryst. “As TomorrowWorld debuts in the States, we aim to make the attendees’ first impression a lasting one by offering the same VIP experience that can only be found at Wynn Las Vegas. Our staff and services surrounded by the highly anticipated event’s signature elements will create an incomparable feast for EDM fans across the globe.”
Booking and ticket information after the break.
While new clubs Hakkasan and Light rack up residents for their opening seasons, Las Vegas’s mainstay day and night venues at the Wynn have enlisted Above & Beyond for this summer’s festivities. The trance group will bring their Group Therapy movement to nightclubs XS and Surrender as well as Encore Beach Club. Spanning May, June, and July, Above & Beyond take their rare act to Sin City for a seven-event showcase.
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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.
Sure it may only be January, but what better way to shake the winter blues than by revisiting some of the best parties of the summer? Year after year, Sunday Nightswim at XS Las Vegas continues to be one of the most unique — if not wildly reckless — parties that the City of Sin has to offer. Check out this recap video to see all of the madness you missed last summer.
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Our recently crowned #1 artist of 2012, Eric Prydz, has just announced his new dual residency at Surrender and XS in Steve Wynn’s Wynn and Encore Las Vegas hotels, respectively. He’s calling it “Black Dice,” and attributes choosing the name of the residency as both an homage to Las Vegas (and the “thrill of the gamble”) and trying something a bit different in the American club scene.
Fresh off an announcement of their incredible residency roster, Wynn Las Vegas has announced the lineup for their take over of the Park City Live venue in Park City, Utah. Scheduled to coincide with the famed film festival, Wynn’s lineup will feature dance music all stars, Afrojack, Avicii, Cedric Gervais and Nero – all of whom will be spinning at the famed club throughout the weekend.
Hop past the break for the official event schedule and more info.
2012 was a huge year for dance music, championed by the every growing club scene in Las Vegas, an influx of national tours and festivals and the undeniable mainstream acceptance of the “EDM” sound. Only a week into the new year and 2013 is already proving to be an even bigger one for our beloved genre – made abundantly clear today as the Wynn properties (Encore Beach Club, Surrender, Tryst, XS) have just announced their expansive residency roster for the upcoming year. From Bassnectar to David Guetta, Avicii to Loco Dice, Wynn’s extensive cadre of nightclubs have the sounds to satisfy the full spectrum of electronic music fans.
Managing partner of XS, Jesse Waits, had this to say;
“Our team has worked day and night to present an unrivaled roster of residencies again in 2013 including both major headliners and the DJs we believe to be the next superstars of this genre. We hope to maintain our reputation as the mecca of dance music through these exclusive partnerships.”
Check out the full list of residencies after the break.
We thought there were an insane number of residents in Las Vegas this year, but it seems 2013 will be even bigger. With the opening of LIGHT at Mandalay Bay and Hakkasan at the MGM Grand, booking DJs has become pricey and competitive. Big names like Deadmau5 and Tiesto are reportedly pulling in between $250,000 and $425,000 a night.
The Wynn and Encore will be losing and gaining some residents (including Knife Party, Eric Prydz and Madeon) as LIGHT’s talent manager has already signed Alesso, Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso and Nicky Romero and possibly eight others for an early April opening. Deadmau5 will venture to Hakkasan and will play alongside Tiesto, Steve Aoki, and Calvin Harris, all of whom are making the switch. Two Hakkasan residents will be performing at this years’ Grammy’s and they will be announcing arena shows and possibly a festival at the MGM Grand around that time as well. Seems like every DJ will be in Las Vegas this year making it the place to be if you’re a dance music fan — as if it wasn’t already.
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