Whether you’re a Vegas local or a traveling tourist, if you have visited LIGHT Nightclub at Mandalay Bay, you know that this one-of-a-kind club outshines the rest. With Cirque du Soleil’s very own contortionists, acrobats, and dancers at every corner, LIGHT has truly revolutionized the Vegas nightlife scene. However, the best part of the nightclub arguably would have to be the world famous DJs and artists who make routine appearances and draw hundreds onto the giant dance floor.
One of the biggest and well-known names to continuously appear at LIGHT nightclub is the one and only Baauer. Often making a bi-monthly appearance at LIGHT, Baauer is known for exciting his crowds with a fun mix of hip-hop, trap music, and the hottest electronic tunes. You might know him by his song, “Harlem Shake,” which ranked #1 on the billboards and won both Dance Song of the Year and EDM Song of the Year at the BillBoard Music Awards. Recognized as one of the biggest breakout artists of the past year, Baauer has helped revolutionize the music scene to what it is now. Ready to Harlem Shake? You can be front and center for such a household name at LIGHT nightclub through Chris Hornak’s VIP list!
More celebrated DJs you will catch regularly on the turntables would be the Stafford Brothers. These Australian brothers are a name that is circulating throughout the music industry with their fist-pumping progressive house and electro tunes. They were ranked as the number one DJs in Australian at the ITM Awards and continue to gain recognition from around the globe. They have produced songs featuring Lil Wayne and Christina Milian, and even host a weekly radio show on Austereo Radio Network. This dynamic duo have evolved to become one of the most progressive artists of EDM. Vegas promoter Chris Hornak’s VIP guest list gets your group into this spectacular club for free, and Ladies get a free drink! Sign up now at Free Vegas Club Passes to skip the long lines and get up close to these world-famous artists!
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