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Afrojack

  • nightlife

    Wynn Nightlife Jacks Afrojack for 2018 Residency

    By Jason R. Latham

    Star DJ/producer “back home” after stint with Hakkasan Group

  • nightlife

    Hakkasan DJs Dish on Electric Daisy Carnival Week

    By Mark Adams

    Afrojack, Jauz, Hardwell and Oliver Heldens on their first time playing EDC, what PLUR means to them and more.

  • Seven Nights

    Carnage, Dash Berlin and Afrojack Top Off EDC Week

    By Ian Caramanzana

    Plus: Fatboy Slim and Duke Dumont party at Daylight, Warren Peace captains the Yacht Club pool party at Drai's, Steve Angello takes on Foxtail and more.

  • With the DJ

    Afrojack’s Guide to Partying in Las Vegas

    By Kat Boehrer

    Van de Wall told us about his extravagant nights in Las Vegas and his plans to include his biggest fans in his future show dates.

  • Seven Nights

    Get Party Patriotic Over the 4th With Afrojack, Ummet Ozcan and DJ Khaled

    By Camille Cannon

    Ain’t no party like America’s birthday party! There is a wealth of options for going hard on our nation’s big day.

  • Seven Nights

    Afrojack Makes Long-Awaited Hakkasan Debut This Weekend

    By Camille Cannon

    After pledging loyalty to XS in The New Yorker in September, four-year Wynn veteran Afrojack shocked fans in January when it was announced that he would join Hakkasan’s DJ roster in 2014.

  • DJ Profile

    ‘Jack is Back

    By David Morris

    Nick van de Wall is a name that probably doesn’t ring a bell. But as Afrojack he is one of the most recognizable names in house music. The 24-year-old has multiple hits on both the Billboard and Beatport charts, is touring the world and is set to release his debut album later this year. Vegas Seven caught up with the busy DJ to chat about music, life and what’s next for the Dutchman, who is set to “Take Over Control” at Tryst on Aug. 31 and Surrender on Sept. 1. So you started kind of young … I started doing music at 11, for fun.

  • Gossip

    Afrojack is aware of Paris’ talent

    By Jason Scavone

    In an interview with the website CastaNet.net, Wynn Resorts resident DJ Afrojack gave Paris Hilton the highest praise anyone, anywhere has ever given her musical ability: “She may not be a Celine Dion, but she knows how to perform onstage.”

  • Night-lites

    EDC releases lineup for Vegas festival

    By Jason Scavone

    Electric Daisy Carnival has released a lineup for the June 8-10 festival at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Plenty of familiar faces are on the bill, including Afrojack, Avicii, Tiësto, Calvin Harris, Kaskade and Steve Aoki. Several big-ticket names are still out in the ether, though. No word yet on Skrillex or the ubiquitous LMFAO—which isn’t a stretch, given Will.i.am’s spot on the bill.

  • An Oz-eye View of Marquee

    By Melinda Sheckells

    Around 1,200 people came out last night for the opening of Marquee Sydney inside the Star Casino. The 20,000-square-foot nightclub and its surrounding complex has been dubbed "Sin City Sydney." (Maybe, but there's only one true smelly alley behind O'Sheas.) Inside, we found girls gyrating behind glass swathed in snakes, a Champagne service station in the restroom and, of course, a midget (every party needs one) entertaining Sydney's top socialites.

  • Scene

    Artists in Residence

    By Jason Scavone

    The observant partier could see it coming in 2010 with the likes of Z-Trip, Lil Jon and Steve Aoki, but it looks like 2011 will be the year that resident DJs fulfill the promise made in 2008 by Paul Oakenfold’s Perfecto and take over Las Vegas nightlife completely. This year will see Tiësto at The Joint and Erick Morillo at Marquee, with Kaskade moving over there from Encore Beach Club as well. Then there’s XS, coming out of the gate with not one, but two big-name residents—the first since the club opened early in 2009.

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