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Big This Week: Marshmello at Surrender, Showtek at Omnia and more

Marshmello made his debut at Surrender last week.
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DJ Snake at XS After a year in which he had a heavy hand in both “Lean On” and “You Know You Like It”—two monumental smashes—it’s no wonder DJ Snake made Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list of musicians to watch ... and if you kept watching, er, listening to “Middle” and “Propaganda,” you know Forbes was right.

DVBBS at Hakkasan Canada’s Alex and Chris van den Hoef are best known for “Tsunami,” a collaboration with fellow Hakkasan Group Vegas resident Borgeous. But the brothers have taken a more melodic route lately with “Never Leave” and “Angel,” electronic experimentation worth checking out this weekend.

DJ D-Nice at Chateau, Dijital at Hyde, Jayceeoh at Light, Afrojack at Omnia, TJR at Surrender.


Showtek at Omnia.

Showtek at Omnia.

Marshmello at Surrender Wynn’s nightclubs have developed a habit of jumping on breakout dance-music artists. The latest: a masked, anonymous producer who exploded last year and debuted at Surrender last week. Ready to get your Marshmello on?

Showtek at Omnia Another band of brothers, Dutch duo Sjoerd and Wouter Janssen, takes the decks at Omnia Saturday night, but these guys have been doing it for almost 15 years. Showtek considers itself part of a sonic tribe, gleaning energy from its fans/brothers. Feel it for yourself.

DJ Turbulence at the Bank, DJ Esco at Drai's, Steve Aoki at Hakkasan, Cash Cash at Marquee, Alesso at XS.


DJ Mustard at Light.

DJ Mustard at Light.

DJ Mustard at Light The last time Mustard sauced it up at Light, the in-demand hip-hop producer and DJ brought along Travis Scott so they could bump their new track “Whole Lotta Lovin’.” There’s no telling who will pop in or what will go down this time.


February 5: Tyga at Drai's, Miguel at Hakkasan, Calvin Harris at Omnia, Juicy J at Tao, Zedd at XS.

February 6: Tiësto at Hakkasan, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike at Omnia, J. Cole at Light, DJ Khaled at Marquee, Kaskade at XS.

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