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Wynn Nightlife kicks into high gear with Allegiant Stadium club, Art of the Wild and more

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A rendering of Wynn Field Club at Allegiant Stadium.
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Wynn Resorts announced today it will launch a new nightclub concept at Allegiant Stadium later this year, an 11,000-square-foot venue called Wynn Field Club situated at field level and spanning the entire length of the north end zone.

Expect Wynn Nightlife’s roster of star DJs to perform during halftime at Las Vegas Raiders games and during other events at the stadium.

“Allegiant Stadium welcomes the addition of the Wynn Field Club, where guests will be able to enjoy a distinctive stadium experience that is one-of-a-kind in the sports and entertainment capital of the world,” Raiders President Marc Badain said in a statement.

Wynn is the official nightlife partner of the Raiders and Allegiant Stadium, and an official gaming partner of the Raiders. Wynn Field Club, which was designed by Manica Architecture, will feature 42 televisions, a 9-by-35-foot LED screen, a 45,000-watt sound system and two DJ booths.

In recent weeks, Wynn Nightlife has been announcing a list of renewed and new DJ residencies at its club venues at Wynn and Encore via social media, including The Chainsmokers, Kygo, David Guetta, Diplo, Major Lazer, DJ Diesel (aka Shaquille O’Neal), Alesso, RL Grime, Dillon Francis, Gryffin, Meduza, Carnage, Kim Lee, David Clutch, DJ Dash and Marc Stout.

Wynn also announced the return of Art of the Wild, its celebrated house music mini-festival, set for July 23-25. Last year’s planned March edition was canceled at the last second as Wynn Resorts was making plans to close its Las Vegas properties to fight the spread of the coronavirus.

While megaclubs XS and Encore Beach Club have been operating as lounge-style venues with limited capacity for months, more traditional programming is expected to resume in June. Big-name DJs are currently slated to return on June 2 at EBC with Meduza and June 4 at XS with Dillon Francis.

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