Daylight Beach Club and Light Nightclub at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino have announced another round of DJ lineups—and they’re getting even bigger. Music industry icons are slated to host numerous events throughout the summer months, including the inaugural Dirtybird party. Announced today (July 10), the highly anticipated DJ rosters for August and September at two of Sin City’s most renowned nightlife venues, includes some of the biggest names in electronic dance music (EDM).
Light Nightclub will bring its explosive resident DJs, Sebastian Ingrosso, Alesso, Carl Cox, Morgan Page, GTA, DJ Mustard, Bassjackers, Sultan + Shepard, and Bauuer, among others, to the luminous Las Vegas hotspot, which is powered by Cirque du Soleil
Daylight has also added a new Sunday event, “Sundown,” which features Detroit underground techno DJ Seth Troxler, Route 94, and Rodriguez Jr. Dirtybird master, Claude von Stroke, will bring a Dirtybird party to the beach club for an unprecedented debut. The “Sundown” series features the best in underground house music, having already hosted revered alternative DJs Guy Gerber and Nic Fanciulli, plus GRAMMY Award-winning remixer and DJ Roger Sanchez.
Full rosters for DAYLIGHT in August and LIGHT in September below:
DAYLIGHT’s August DJ roster:
Saturday, August 1 – Sultan + Shepard
Sunday, August 2 – Route 94 @ Sundown
Friday, August 7 – Gusto
Saturday, August 8 – Ingrosso
Sunday, August 9 – Rodriguez Jr. @ Sundown
Friday, August 14 – Captn20
Saturday, August 15 – Henrix
Sunday, August 16 – Special Guest @ Sundown
Friday, August 21 – Scooter & Lavelle
Saturday, August 22 – Morgan Page
Sunday, August 23 – Dirty Bird Party @ Sundown
Friday, August 28 – Gusto
Saturday, August 29 – Sultan + Shepard
Sunday, August 30 – Seth Troxler @ Sundown
Tickets to DAYLIGHT Beach Club’s August events are now available and can be purchased at daylightvegas.com.
LIGHT’s September DJ roster:
Wednesday, September 2 – DJ Mustard
Friday, September 4 – GTA
Saturday, September 5 – Ingrosso
Sunday, September 6 – Carl Cox
Wednesday, September 9 – Henrix
Friday, September 11 – Sultan + Shepard
Saturday, September 12 – Alesso
Wednesday, September 16 – Baauer’s Studio B with Surprise Special Guest
Friday, September 18 – Bassjackers
Saturday, September 19 – CLOSED – Private Event
Wednesday, September 23 – Clockwork
Friday, September 25 – Special Guest
Saturday, September 26 – Morgan Page
Wednesday, September 30 – Bassjackers
Tickets to LIGHT Nightclub’s September events are now available and can be purchased at thelightvegas.com.
Featured image: Al Powers for Light Nightclub
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