Vegas Seven


  • nightlife

    Locking up Zedd a No-Brainer for Hakkasan Group

    By Jason R. Latham

    28-year-old DJ sticking around Vegas through 2020.

  • concerts

    Celine Dion Surprises at Omnia Nightclub Benefit Concert

    By Seven Staff

    Singer joins star DJs to raise money for 1 October victims.

  • nightlife

    Tiësto, Zedd Among DJs Tapped for 1 October Benefit

    By Jason R. Latham

    Hakkasan Group headliners to host fundraiser at Omnia nightclub

  • nightlife

    Zedd Doubles Down on Vegas

    By Zauni Tanil

    Three years after his first residency on the Las Vegas Strip, DJ and producer Zedd is bringing his Grammy-winning beats to Omnia, Jewel, Hakkasan and Wet Republic in 2017.

  • 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.

  • Seven Nights

    Icona Pop, Zedd and Krewella Top Off EDC Week

    By Camille Canon

    Thursday, June 19 They say you oughtta stick to the buddy system at Electric Daisy Carnival. The same goes for the peripheral parties leading up to and following the three-day festival. So slap on your kandi beads and grab our palm, friend. We’re gonna get through this together: Paradise Beach hosts the classic Bassrush Pool […]

  • Nightlife

    Best New Resident DJ

    Light is enjoying its debut summer with the prodigious Zedd on its resident DJ roster. The 23-year-old German wunderkind produces with meticulous complexity, so it’s no surprise that he started playing piano at 4 and drums at 12, then broke into the Beatport charts before he could legally drink. Zedd was notably absent from the Electric Daisy Carnival lineup, making his presence at Light that much more exclusive and his impending appearance at October’s Life Is Beautiful festival Downtown that much more anticipated.

  • 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.