By Jason R. Latham
With an Independence Day Weekend debut on the horizon, the newest player in Las Vegas nightlife is rounding out its entertainment roster.
Singapore-born Zouk Group on Tuesday announced the complete lineup of headlining and featured artists set to christen its Ayu Dayclub and (later) Zouk Nightclub inside the $4 billion Resorts World Las Vegas.
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Joining previously announced residents Tiësto and Zedd are former Wynn nightlife resident DJ Snake, and a pair of singer/actresses that are making their DJ debuts on the Strip; 24-year-old “Mayores” singer Becky G and 22-year-old “Home With You” artist Madison Beer. The latter is scheduled to open Ayu Dayclub on July 2, with the aforementioned Tiësto and Zedd taking over on July 3 and 4, respectively.
With Zouk Nightclub scheduled to open in the fall, Ayu Dayclub will be the focal point for Resorts World entertainment throughout the summer. The club has already programmed weekend days and nights through September, and Zouk is debuting a Sunday concept party dubbed “Moonbeam” on July 4. The “day-to-night” party will feature music performances alongside “themed activations like hair braid bars, art installations, retail opportunities, shareable photo moments, and more,” according to the official announcement.
Artists scheduled to perform at “Moonbeam” include Disclosure (July 11), Jamie Jones (July 25 and August 15), Zhu (August 1 and 29), MK (August 8 and September 5), Green Velvet (August 22 and September 12), The Martinez Brothers (September 5), Duke Dumont (September 19), and Camelphat (September 26). Also announced to headline “Moonbeam” in the coming months: Blondish, Eli & Fur, Purple Disco Machine, Sita Abellán, and Zen Freeman.
Zouk has also tapped Latin Grammy winners Karol G and J Balvin to headline separately two weekends in September, including Mexican Independence Weekend.
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Featured artists, many of them previously announced, on the Zouk roster include:
- Brody Jenner and Devin Lucien
- Cash Cash
- Charly Jordan
- DJ Ruckus
- Dee Jay Silver
- Gareth Emery
- Jonas Blue
- Louis the Child
- Tay James