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DAYLIGHT Beach Club In Las Vegas−the Unprecedented Outdoor Pool Party And Nightlife Destination Returns−2014 Opening Weekend Dates, Talent Roster And Venue Upgrades Announced

NICKY ROMERO--ONE OF THE TOP DJS IN ELECTRONIC MUSIC-- ?CONFIRMED FOR GRAND OPENING SATURDAY, APRIL 5

LAS VEGAS, Feb. 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- 

DAYLIGHT Beach Club debuted last summer at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas as the first-of-its-kind revolutionary open-air entertainment and nightlife destination. The stylish, unprecedented space revolutionized the daylife and entertainment scene by combining the most sought-after DJs--Skrillex, Alesso, Sebastian Ingrosso, Axwell, Baauer and Nicky Romero, among others--with a specifically designed 5,000 capacity venue featuring a luxurious 4,400-square-foot pool, 1,500-square-foot elevated stage with un-obstructed sightlines, 70 daybeds, 25 cabanas and bungalows, six LED screens, plus signature cocktails and cuisine. A departure from traditional Vegas pool parties, DAYLIGHT Beach Club became the ultimate outdoor destination under the sun or stars of Las Vegas.

Presented in conjunction with The Light Group, DAYLIGHT Beach Club is pleased to announce their opening weekend dates, talent roster (full artist roster listed below in alphabetical order) and venue upgrades. DAYLIGHT will open its doors for a soft opening Friday, March 28Sunday, March 30 featuring local DJs with their grand opening to follow on Saturday, April 5 featuring a performance by crossover dance music mastermind Nicky Romero spinning chart-topping tracks like "Symphonica," his UK #1, "I Could Be The One" with Avicii and his worldwide hit with Krewella, "Legacy." Check out the official video for "Legacy" here, which includes scenes shot at LIGHT: http://tinyurl.com/nb9o7rv. Romero is a force to be reckoned with, not only as a producer but also as a DJ. Behind the decks his tenacity and ability to work a room has led to an intense international touring schedule, a residency at Light Nightclub in Las Vegas and appearances at Coachella, Ultra Music Festival, Electric Daisy Carnival, Tomorrowland, and countless others. Building upon his accolades, such as his MTV EMA nomination for Best Dutch Act, and prosperity in 2013, Romero continues to make his indelible mark on the music industry and will begin the next era of his career with a debut album coming in 2014.

Says Romero, "I'm very excited about my performance during the opening of one of the coolest clubs in Las Vegas, DAYLIGHT. Continuing my residency at DAYLIGHT for 2014 is something that puts a big smile on my face. Can't wait for this!"

DAYLIGHT will feature two new VIP pools this year including a 448-square-foot pool to service the north side cabanas and a 245-square-foot pool to service the south-west side cabanas. In addition, lush horticulture has been added and special effects are in development. Check out the teaser of what to expect at DAYLIGHT Beach Club this summer here: http://youtu.be/wadywguyyM0.

Please welcome DAYLIGHT Beach Club's 2014 artist roster:

Alesso*Andy Caldwell*A-Trak*Axwell*Bassjackers*Baauer*Carl Cox*Clockwork*Dannic*Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike*Dirty South*Don Diablo*Dyro*GTA*Henrix*Hook N Sling*Krewella*Laidback Luke*Nicky Romero*Norman Doray*Otto Knows*Sandro Silva*Sebastian Ingrosso*Stafford Brothers*Stellar*Steve Powers*Sultan & Ned Shepard*Thomas Gold*Tony Arzadon

DAYLIGHT Beach Club will continue to announce exciting surprises throughout the summer via their website and social media (links below). DAYLIGHT will be open from 11:00am6:00pm Friday-Sunday. Entry fee is $30 for gentleman and $20 for ladies. Saturday and Sunday cover charge varies with special events. For more information, schedule of events or reservations, please call 702-693-8300 or visit www.DAYLIGHTvegas.com.

For more information on DAYLIGHT Beach Club: 
daylightvegas.com facebook.com/DaylightVegas twitter.com/DaylightVegas  
instagram.com/DaylightVegas#  
youtube.com/DaylightVegas

See DAYLIGHT photos and videos here: http://daylightvegas.com/#photos / http://daylightvegas.com/#videos

For more information, contact:


LIGHT NIGHTCLUB 
Beth Bartolini 702.217.6775, [email protected] 

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

CARMA PR
 Chad Fabrikant 305.438.9200,[email protected]

 

SOURCE The Light Group

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