Cirque Du Soleil is getting the electronic music facelift in 2013 with the help of The Light Group and MGM Resorts International…and its going to be legit.
The LIGHT at Mandalay Bay is launching in March 2013 as Cirque Du Soleil’s first nightclub venture – entering with all the shock and awe that their numerous productions are known for – including video mapping, lighting and sound and special effects from experts Moment Factory. The 38,000 square foot venue will “serve as a laboratory, very much like [Cirque Du Soleil's] special events and projects have done int he past, for different and new artistic possibilites,” said Gay Laliberte, Founder of Cirque Du Soleil. Joined by Amy Thomson, manager of Swedish House Mafia, and Light Group founder Andrew Sasson, the trio’s joint venture looks to bring theatrical nightlife to …
On Wednesday, November 14, 2012, Pacha NYC presents a fundraiser for Hurricane Sandy relief featuring some of the world’s top DJs and artists. 100% of proceeds will be donated to the Greater New York Red Cross and other local organizations.
Last week, we decided to take a few minutes and spotlight some of our favorite local resident DJs from around the country. And the response from the DJ community and URB readers was so overwhelming that we decided to make it a new weekly feature. So keep leaving your suggestions for face local DJ in the comment section (please include links, residencies, styles) and we’ll keep checking them out and profile the jocks we like the best.
Here’s the new DJs for this week…
Got a favorite local DJ? Tell us in the comments section and maybe we’ll add them to the list. …MORE
As my cab pulled up to the Maloof family’s Palms Hotel, I couldn’t miss the massive “Z-Trip’s Revolution: A Party for the People” sign towering above the parking lot. Just another piece of evidence confirming DJ culture was permanently etched in the entertainment landscape. Two back -to-back nights at one of Vegas’ biggest properties (Paul Oakenfold owns Saturday’s for his Perfecto night) puts guys with records on par with the city’s comics and American Idol winners.