The tide of dance music has been turning. Fans who once flocked to bright neon lights and big room drops now seek deeper, darker sounds, and while Las Vegas will always be home to all that glitters, Wynn Las Vegas wants to be the first to welcome the headiest of dance fans into its megaclub folds.
In 2018, the nightlife brand welcomes leaders of the underground revolution with exclusive residencies from Solomun, Jamie Jones and Black Coffee. It's a major sonic shift for the Strip, and one Wynn Nightlife managing partner Alex Cordova thinks can only bolster a growing segment of American dance fans.
“These first-ever underground residencies on the Strip will showcase three of the biggest names in the genre,” Cordova says in a press release. "Techno and tech house continues to rise in popularity in the United States and abroad, and we look forward to bringing and expanding this music style into our programming.”