Updated May 20, 2021 - 8:09 am
Resorts World Las Vegas President Scott Sibella is seeking diversity in all aspects of the hotel’s entertainment offerings. This is especially true as the hotel has unfurled its diverse lineup of pop artists and DJs set open Zouk Nightclub and Ayu Dayclub.
Becky G, DJ Snake and Madison Beer top the list of resident headliners. Brody Jenner is paired with L.A. DJ and producer Devin Lucien among the talent signed to perform special events at the resort.
Cash Cash, Charly Jordan, DJ Ruckus, Dee Jay Silver, Gareth Emery, Jonas Blue, Louis The Child, Madds, R3hab and Tay James. The lineup performs through the summer at Ayu Dayclub, including the Ayu Nights evening parties, and also Zouk Nightclub, due to open this fall.
“We’re approaching every element of the resort experience differently than what’s been done in the past, especially within our nightlife and daylife venues, which includes bringing in more musical diversity,” Sibella said in an e-mail Wednesday. “We’re thrilled for our guests to experience such an eclectic mix of artists and music genres, paired with state-of-the-art technology and design, all under one roof.”
The revelry launches in earnest over the July 4 weekend, when Zouk Group will launch Moonbeam, a day-to-night party on Sundays that (says the company’s description) “will transport guests from the Las Vegas Strip to a tropical oasis.” The event is themed for such international festival outposts as Tulum and Ibiza.
The $4.3 billion Resorts World Las Vegas is set to open June 24. Sibella continued, ”It was crucial to both the Resorts World Las Vegas and Zouk Group teams to give our guests variety and allow them access to some of the best artists in the industry.”
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