Pool season is back in full swing in Las Vegas, and Daylight Beach Club at Mandalay Bay is ready to turn up the heat. Last year J. Cole headlined a sold-out Memorial Day bash, comedian Kevin Hart celebrated his birthday and bachelor party onstage with hip-hop artist Lil Dicky, and Disclosure brought the party for an epic Electric Daisy Carnival week. The club looks to step it up a notch this year with new residencies from acts such as hip-hop artist Tyga, themed parties and the return of the crowd-favorite Eclipse night swim.
Here are a few things to check out at Daylight Beach Club.
March Was Only a Warm-Up
Daylight kicked off 2017 with a sneak peek on March 10 featuring sounds by residents Kid Funk, DJ E-Rock and DJ Neva. March 25 will mark the beach club’s official grand opening weekend with a jam-packed EDM and hip-hop lineup. Tommy Trash will take the stage Saturday for a headlining set accompanied by Cut Snake and Sam Blacky. The talent doesn’t slow down from there, with Metro Boomin, Duke Dumont, Sage the Gemini and DJ Crooked performing in following weekends.
VIP Gets More Exclusive
Daylight ups the ante for the VIP beach club experience by adding two new pools for those staying in the designated cabanas. As for the south and west cabana guests, a private 245-square-foot pool is available, while a 448-square-foot pool services the north cabanas. VIP tables start at $500. For those looking for a little more privacy, the club boasts two VIP bungalows also with private dipping pools as well as prime views of the 1,400-square-foot stage. Leave it to Las Vegas to allow guests to reserve their own pool at a pool party.
The Arrival of LIT Sundays
On March 26, rapper and resident Tyga will host the debut of LIT Sundays, Daylight’s newest hip-hop party, along with a special live performance. LIT Sundays will feature a rotating roster of hip-hop artists such as Ludacris—talk about a turn up Sunday.
A Diverse Lineup
On any given Saturday guests may hear sounds from EDM favorites such as Laidback Luke, only to come back Sunday to hear hip-hop hype men such as J. Cole, who returns May 27. Expect a diverse crowd—some there to listen to rap, some preferring house, everyone looking to have a good time.
The Return of The Late-Night Swim
Eclipse, the nighttime swim party that relaunched in 2016 after a two-season hiatus, returns this year on April 20 with Rick Ross taking the helm. Last season saw artists such as Waka Flocka, Desiigner and Pusha-T.
With Mandalay Bay serving as EDC week’s official hotel partner this year and the lineup for Memorial Day weekend still a mystery, attendees can prepare for another great season at Daylight.