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David Guetta, RL Grime and Diplo are on the docket for the year-old club’s big weekend.

Celebrate nightlife evolution with Intrigue’s first anniversary

April 27th, 2017

David Guetta, RL Grime and Diplo are on the docket for the year-old club’s big weekend.

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    The Canadian DJ duo returns to its Wynn residency at Intrigue.

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    The California-bred DJ launched his Las Vegas club career at Wynn’s Tryst seven years ago.

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