Cirque Du Soleil teams up to create LIGHT Nightclub in Las Vegas with Residents Skrillex, Sebastian Ingrosso, Zedd and BaauerPosted in Bangin, Events by nick | Tags: Baauer, Cirque De Soleil, Las Vegas, LIGHT Nightclub, Night Club, Sebastian Ingrosso, Skrillex, Zedd
World renowned production company The Light Group have teamed up with Cirque De Soleil and MGM Studios to create the new game changing LIGHT Nightclub at Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas set to open on April 26th, 2013.
LIGHT promises to be one of the most unique experiences in the world as it is the very first nightclub turned on by the world famous Circus Art themed Cirque De Soleil, the group who has been responsible for some best live entertainment for decades. The venue will taking place at an insanely impressive 38,000 square feet indoor venue; which is set to be filled to the brim with state-of-the-art lights, lasers, theatrical dancers special effects and.. fittingly impressive live music.
To live up to such an incredible idea, they had to bring out an all star lineup. The man paving the way for bass music world-wide Skrillex will be amongst one of the first residents to properly set off such an incredible place. One third of Swedish House Mafia, Sebastian Ingrosso will be holding down his first ever Las Vegas residency at LIGHT. Rising electronic icon Zedd will also be joining this impressive residency. And what better then to finish off this well rounded lineup of fresh electronic talent then trap / bass beast Baauer.
With this well rounded lineup, and possibly one of the coolest ideas for a nightclub ever, LIGHT looks to seriously change the way you experience electronic music. I can only imagine how amazing this is going to be, who is excited?
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