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LIGHT Nightclub In Las Vegas -- Turned On By Cirque Du Soleil -- Announces 2014 Talent Roster


LAS VEGAS, Jan. 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- For the better half of 2013, LIGHT Nightclub at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas dazzled club-goers with a remarkable nightlife experience. The venue is the only place in the world where fans can experience a fully immersive dance floor while listening to sets from some of the most in-demand and cutting-edge artists while encountering a unique, one-of-a-kind experience from Cirque Du Soleil. Presented in conjunction with The Light Group, LIGHT is pleased to announce its talent roster for 2014.

Many of LIGHT's inaugural artists will return this year including Axwell, Alesso, Sebastian Ingrosso, Krewella, Nicky Romero, A-Trak, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Baauer and the Stafford Brothers, among others.  Skrillex will also return to host more of his legendary takeovers.

There are also new talents making their Las Vegas residency debut at LIGHT including the legendary Carl Cox who is coming to LIGHT for his first-ever Las Vegas residency, house music giant Dirty South, GTA, Sultan & Ned Shepard, Laidback Luke, Norman Doray and Dutch sensations Dyro and Dannic.

A bright light in the club's 2014 roster is iconic DJ/producer Carl Cox, who for over 20 years has been an in-demand staple in international club circles with a popular residency in Ibiza and his very own music arenas at some of the worlds largest music festivals.  He is a musical ambassador, a veteran of the acid house scene and a champion of techno.

The LIGHT 2014 line-up also includes multiple GRAMMY Award-nominated producers.  In the "Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical" category, Alesso was nominated for his remix of One Republic's "If I Lose Myself, "Andy Caldwell with "Days Turn Into Nights" by Delerium featuring Michael Logen and Sultan and Ned Shepard with "Locked Out of Heaven" by Bruno Mars.

What can nightlife enthusiasts anticipate at LIGHT, voted the "Most Innovative Nightclub" by Vegas Seven's 2013 Nightclub Awards, in the coming year? January's lineup sizzles with the likes of Dirty South January 8, Axwell and Kendrick Lamar January 9, Sebastian Ingrosso January 11, Zedd on January 18 and Krewella January 31.  The full month's schedule follows below.

Please welcome LIGHT's 2014 residents:

Andy Caldwell
Carl Cox
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike
Dirty South
Don Diablo
Hook N Sling
Laidback Luke
Nicky Romero
Norman Doray
Otto Knows
Sandro Silva
Sebastian Ingrosso
Skrillex (non-exclusive)
Stafford Brothers
Steve Powers
Sultan & Ned
Thomas Gold
Tony Arzadon

LIGHT's January 2014 schedule is:

1/8- Dirty South
1/9- Axwell& Kendrick Lamar
1/10- Andy Caldwell
1/11- Sebastian Ingrosso
1/15- Steve Powers
1/17 -Otto Knows
1/18- Zedd
1/22- Clockwork
1/24- Bauuer
1/29 – Stafford Brothers

For more information, contact:

MSO PR: 818.380.0400
Alexandra Greenberg x223, [email protected] 
Aaron Feterl x237, [email protected] 

Beth Bartolini 702.217.6775, [email protected] 

Chad Fabrikant 305.438.9200,[email protected]

Mandalay Bay:  702.891.1818
Katharine Sherrer, [email protected] 
Lisa Campos, [email protected]



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