FRIDAY FEBRUARY 26
Calvin Harris at Omnia It’s Calvin Harris season in Las Vegas, as the world’s top-earning DJ and record-breaking phenomenon producer has nine nights at Omnia planned through April. And unless you’re going to Coachella, this is the only place to catch him this spring.
ALSO Sean Perry at 1 OAK, Above & Beyond at Hakkasan, Vice at Marquee, Virgil Abloh at Surrender, Audien at XS.
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 27
Axwell at Hakkasan An EDM philosophical thought experiment: If Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso and Steve Angello are each making music and each playing Vegas club residencies, did Swedish House Mafia ever really stop?
Post Malone at Light Dallas rapper/singer Post Malone came out of nowhere last year with infectious ballad “White Iverson,” a track that has since gone platinum and led to team-ups with 50 Cent and Fetty Wap. His album is set to drop in March; catch him first at Light.
Trey Songz at Drai's R&B stud Trey Songz is a Drai’s Live regular, but this weekend will be different. He’ll perform months-old mixtape To Whom It May Concern in its entirety for the first time ever (with a full band) on the Drai’s stage.
ALSO R. City at the Bank, Ja Rule at Foxtail, Nicky Romero at Omnia, Flosstradamus at Surrender, DJ Snake at XS.
SUNDAY FEBRUARY 28
3LAU at Hakkasan, DJ Five at XS.
MONDAY FEBRUARY 29
Politik at Marquee, Virgil Abloh at XS.
TUESDAY MARCH 1
Oliver Heldens at Omnia He’s collaborated with Tiësto, created his own label and accelerated the development of the future house genre, and Oliver Heldens is just 21 years old. Now on the eve of his first North American tour, the young Dutchman drops into Omnia for a midweek party.
WEDNESDAY MARCH 2
Jason Derulo at 1 OAK, Eric DLux at Light.