Shannon Bex of Danity Kane in DJ booth at ECLIPSE at Night at Mandalay Bay; DJ Hook N Sling dining at Chef Akira Back’s Kumi Japanese Restaurant + Bar at Mandalay Bay before his show.
Please find photos of Hook N Sling and Pusha T (Credit: The Light Group) on at ECLIPSE at Night at Mandalay Bay on Sunday, July 20. Heavy-hitters Hook N Sling and Pusha T lit up the night sky last night with spectacular live shows at ECLIPSE at Night at Mandalay Bay. Hook N Sling kicked off his set at 12:15 a.m. with a monster mash up of popular dance tracks. After his set, hip-hop veteran Pusha T commanded the stage and performed fiery bars from tracks such as “Move That Dope,” “Work” and “We Dem Boyz.” Pusha concluded his show, by passing out a round of shots for fans in the front row.
On Sunday, July 20 Vegas’s best hip-hop pool party, MADE Sundays at DAYLIGHT Beach Club returned with DJs Fivestar, Draws and Neva. The DJs spun sizzling old school and new school tracks that kept party-goers dancing all afternoon.
On Saturday, July 19 nightlife powerhouse LIGHT Nightclub at Mandalay Bay hosted international DJ sensation, Thomas Gold. Before his show, Gold stopped by star chef Akira Back’s KUMI Japanese Restaurant + Bar for dinner. After filling up on Chef Back’s classics, Gold made his way to an at-capacity LIGHT. Inside, Gold began his set at 1 a.m. with an explosive mix of electronic dance favorites and was also joined by fellow DJs Sultan + Ned Shepard and Tony Arzadon. During his show, party-goers danced non-stopped and were also treated to special performances by LIGHT’s Cirque du Soleil aerialists.
Please find photos of Sultan + Ned Shepard and Tony Arzadon (Credit: The Light Group) at DAYLIGHT Beach Club at Mandalay Bay on Saturday, July 19. It was another weekend of fun in the sun as Canadian DJ duo, Sultan + Ned Shepard and chart-topping DJ Tony Arzadon performed incredible poolside sets at DAYLIGHT Beach Club. Arzadon got the party started with a heavy-hitting set of hip-hop favorites. After his bass-intensive show, Sultan +Ned Shepard took the reins and launched their highly-anticipated show with funky dance and melodic house mixes they are known for. During their set party-goers danced non-stop and enjoyed decadent champagne showers to cool off.