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Alok Announces Las Vegas Residency With Tao Group



Following his recent crowning as #4 DJ in the world by DJ Mag, Brazilian music superstar and philanthropist ALOK, popularly known for what ABC News refers to as his “ministry of music” including anthems like “Hear Me Now” (over 1 billion streams), “Piece Of Your Heart (ALOK Remix),” “Deep Down,” and collaborations with Tove Lo, Sigala & Ellie Goulding, Ava Max, and most recently The Chainsmokers & Mae Stephens, has announced his 2024 Las Vegas Residency with Tao Group Hospitality. 

“One tune at a time, ALOK is taking his ministry of music and trying to heal the wounds of our world” – ABC News

ALOK is known for massive global performances to over 1 million people, so to see him up close in a club is a treat for fans in Sin City. For instance, in August, he had his birthday celebration performance labeled “The Show of the Century” at the iconic Copacabana Palace Hotel in Rio de Janeiro for a record-breaking crowd on top of a 100-foot LED-covered pyramid-shaped stage with interactive drones and fireworks.

Now this superstar has announced four dates so far for 2024 at some of the most popular venues in Las Vegas, with  more dates to be announced. The #1 DJ in Latin America and #1 most-listened-to Brazilian artist in the world on Spotify will be traveling all the way from Brazil to grace the stage of Las Vegas clubs Hakkasan Nightclub, Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub , and TAO Beach Dayclub. Tickets, tables and info HERE.


01/25 – Hakkasan Nightclub
03/02 – Marquee Nightclub
03/28 – Hakkasan Nightclub
03/31 – Tao Beach Dayclub
**More dates to be announced!

Outside of music, ALOK is a recognized brand, star, and philanthropist; having achieved huge notoriety in the gaming world as a character, with his own name, in one of the top-grossing mobile battle royale games in the world, “Free Fire,” which became the most downloaded character in the game. He used the funds earned from his Free Fire character to create the Instituto Alok, which manages high-impact philanthropy projects in Brazil and Africa. To date, the institute has donated more than 10 million dollars to social and environmental projects worldwide. ALOK recently traveled to New York to host his second annual “Future Is Ancestral” climate change event at the United Nations headquarters with multiple panels, a preview of his upcoming documentary, and a performance from his upcoming album with indigenous Amazonian artists on the UN rooftop.