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Calvin Harris

  • nightlife

    Catch NYE ‘Feels’ with Calvin Harris at Omnia Nightclub

    By Jason R. Latham

    Forbes’ ‘Top Earning DJ’ tapped to ring in 2018 in Las Vegas

  • With the DJ

    UK’s Jacob Plant Brings Down the House

    By Kat Boehrer

    The DJ and producer has been making moves in the music industry with the endorsement of Calvin Harris, with whom he’ll be playing on July 30 at Wet Republic at MGM Grand.

  • With the DJ

    Disciples Get Ready For Their Big Vegas Debut

    By Kat Boehrer

    Disciples’ single “How Deep is Your Love” with Calvin Harris and Ina Wroldsen enjoyed commercial success across several countries, and even made it into the Billboard Top 40 in the U.S.

  • Seven Nights

    Kevin Hart and Drake Take Over the Cosmopolitan, Lil’ Wayne Hits Foxtail

    By Ian Caramanzana

    Plus: GTA flips the switch at Light, Calvin Harris takes at dip at Wet Republic and Commonwealth gives you a chance to score Life Is Beautiful tickets.

  • Nightlife

    Your Independence Day Weekend Party Guide

    By Ian Caramanzana

    Leave the fireworks to the pros and head to these places to celebrate America’s Independence.

  • Seven Nights

    Naomi Campbell Brings the Heat to Omnia, OK Go Tears up Brooklyn Bowl

    By Ian Caramanzana

    Plus: Hot 100 kicks off at Wet Republic, DVBBS hit Hakkasan, Paris Hilton taks on Rehab Saturdays and more.

  • Daily Fiasco

    Calvin Harris Made $66 Million Last Year

    By Jason Scavone

    Forbes annual depressing list of the highest paid musicians came out last week. To the surprise of no one, Dr. Dre topped the list thanks to his spectacularly ridiculous deal with Apple, netting him a year’s salary of $620 million.

  • Nightlife

    Hakkasan at One

    By Grace Bascos

    Hakkasan Las Vegas turns one this weekend, and as first birthdays go, this one’s a doozy. The resto-club’s anniversary spans April 24-27, with acts including Calvin Harris, Tiësto, Questlove and Above & Beyond guiding revelers through the party weekend. But this milestone isn’t the only reason Hakkasan Group is celebrating.

  • Seven Nights

    Say Goodbye to 2013 with Britney, Bruno and Unlimited Booze

    By Camille Cannon

    Not since her 2004 wedding and annulment has Miss Spears caused such a commotion in Las Vegas. Opening the same night as the Beacher’s Madhouse debut at MGM Grand (now with 100 percent more Miley Cyrus), Britney Spears’ two-year Piece of Me residency finally pops off on Friday. That’ll be one show down and 99 to go, Brit.

  • Nightlife

    A First Look at Hakkasan Las Vegas

    By Melinda Sheckells

    When Hakkasan Las Vegas Restaurant & Nightclub opens its doors at MGM Grand in April, it will end all the speculation surrounding one of the most anticipated projects on the Strip.

  • Nightlife

    Countdown to Hakkasan

    Vegas Seven invites readers to count down the days until the new nightclub and restaurant Hakkasan opens. The Michelin-rated, mod-Cantonese spot will add its Las Vegas outpost this spring. MGM Grand's behemoth nightlife and dining complex spans more than 75,000 square feet and will feature DJ Calvin Harris as a resident, among others. Count down to the opening with us and get all your updates and news by tweeting at #HakkasanWatch.

  • Hakkasan Locks Up Calvin Harris

    By Jason Scavone

    Why let Light and XS have all the DJ-residency fun?

  • Music

    Scamming the Grammys

    By Deanna Rilling

    When the Grammy committee announced the 2013 nominees for Best Dance Recording, there were the usual suspects who churned out massive commercial club-bangers: Avicii’s “Levels,” which was not only my pick for the most overplayed club song of 2012, but licensed in car and cruise commercials. Also nominated were Calvin Harris’ “Let’s Go,” “Bangarang” by three-time Grammy winner Skrillex, and “Don’t You Worry Child” by Swedish House Mafia. Rounding out the category? Al Walser with “I Can’t Live Without You.” If your first reaction was, “Who???” you’d be in the majority.

  • Gossip

    Wynn Shuffles DJ Lineup; Hakkasan Builds Its Stable

    By Jason Scavone

    Just as fall gives way to winter and Christmas to New Year’s Eve, we find ourselves in a new season, with all its attendant glittering lights and mysterious traditions: residency season. With 2012 in the books, clubs are starting to come out with their 2013 DJ rosters, and no place dropped a turntable bomb quite like the Wynn/Encore clubs, which announced a staggering 42 residents for the year. Of course, if you’re not overwhelmed by sheer numbers, what jumps out just as much as who’s on the list as is who’s not.

  • Gossip

    Wynn May Be Losing DJ Hold

    By Jason Scavone

    The Wynn nightclubs have had something like 80 percent of the world’s DJ population on lockdown through 2012, leading to such widespread, unforeseen changes in the nightlife ecosystem as overgrazing, soil erosion and remix depletion.

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