Area15 expands Las Vegas’ nightlife scene with new DJ series


For the first time since the 2019 closing of Kaos at the Palms, Las Vegas' nightlife scene is expanding west of I-15—and perhaps unsurprisingly, it's happening at Area15. Beginning in June, the arts, dining and immersive entertainment complex will present a six-artist DJ series, happening every Saturday night this summer in its outdoor, 32,000-square-foot A-Lot events center.

The series opens with 4B and Disco Fries on June 19, and continues with Morgan Page on June 26; Borgeous, July 3; Paul Oakenfold, July 10; A-Trak, July 17; and Elephante, July 24. Additional acts will be announced later in the summer.

This will be the first time A-Lot has been used for live performances, and according to Area15 CEO Winston Fisher, it won't be the last. "Hosting events such as ‘A Series’ is exactly what A-Lot was designed to do and what we envisioned since the beginning,” he said in an email statement. “The space seamlessly fuses art with music, while the Las Vegas Strip provides a picturesque backdrop. It doesn’t get any better than that.”

All the shows will be 18 and older. Doors to the shows open at 9 p.m., and the headliners are scheduled to take the stage at midnight.

Early access tickets start at $10-$15 for guests 21 and older, and $15-$20 for guests 18-20; they can be purchased at Area15.com. VIP ticket packages will be announced soon.

An outdoor beer garden will be available, and masks are required when not actively eating or drinking. It's a small price to pay for experiencing Vegas nightlife in a whole new place.

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