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Marshmello, Future, Usher and more big shows to catch for MDW

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Marshmello gets the party started at Intrigue.
Photo: Karl Larson

FRIDAY MAY 26

MARSHMELLO AT INTRIGUE Marshmello’s bubbly, buoyant EDM and supercharged remixes make for the perfect way to rage into Memorial Day Weekend in Las Vegas.

FUTURE AT DRAI'S With its sinister vibe and Amber Rose-starring video, Future’s “Mask Off” is taking over charts and playlists.

ALSO Kygo at Encore Beachclub, Kaskade at Hakkasan, Metro Bloomin at Light, Calvin Harris at Omnia, DJ Snake at Surrender

SATURDAY MAY 27

G-EAZY AT DRAI'S BEACH CLUB Is he dating Lana Del Rey? G-Eazy’s female fans will want to know when he rocks Drai’s in the daytime on Saturday.

GUCCI MANE AT MARQUEE Gucci grabbed a Billboard award last week for Top Rap Collaboration for “Black Beatles,” his track with Rae Sremmurd.

ALSO Rick Ross at Daylight, Lil Wayne at Drai's, Brody Jenner at Hyde, Pauly D at Palms Pool, Machine Gun Kelly at Rehab

SUNDAY MAY 28

USHER AT REHAB Usher notched his 15th R&B/Hip-Hop No. 1 with “No Limit,” and has moved in new musical directions with Hard to Love.

KYGO AT XS Wynn Nightlife’s newest resident DJ hasn’t disappointed, thrilling capacity audiences at various venues in his opening sets. Catch him for Sunday Nightswim.

ALSO Rick Ross at Daylight, Destructo at Drai's Beachclub, David Guetta at Encore Beach Club, Ludacris at Light, Dj Khaled at Marquee

SUNDAY MAY 28

THE CHAINSMOKERS AT ENCORE BEACH CLUB The Chainsmokers caught everyone off guard by going acoustic to open “Young” at last week’s Billboard Music Awards at T-Mobile. They’ll close the weekend at EBC.

ALSO Deux at Drai's Beachclub, The Chainsmokers at Encore Beach Club, Steve Aoki at Jewel, Cedric Gervais at Marquee Dayclub, Diplo at XS

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