The Las Vegas Vibe Complemented by its Hotel Casinos and EDM Artists
With the dawn of modern technology and all the nuances from gaming to music, the city of Las Vegas has benefited immensely. As a matter of fact, Techi writer Miles Young stressed the sophisticated devices and software of casinos, and how it keeps them up-to-date.
One can safely say that today’s new batch of casino games somewhat reflect these contemporary advancements. And since poker is one of the most beloved pastimes throughout the world, programmers and developers have made it a point to provide immersive platforms that players can enjoy. UK-based gaming giant Gala Casino puts it best, “Online poker is only as good as the environment that comes with it.”
Other than the hotels, the casinos and all the entertainment avenues on the Internet, Las Vegas will forever be linked to the notion of “having a good time.” The desert city’s elaborately themed establishments such as Caesars Palace, Mandalay Bay, and The Venetian highlight its festive ambiance. In light of this, it’s no surprise these prime hotel casinos also embody the overall vibe of Vegas, and are the perfect arena for electronic dance music artists to showcase their talents.
World-renowned DJs and record producers like Afrojack, Claude Von Stroke, and Blasterjaxx electrify Las Vegas’ party scene and turns up the intensity even more – being part of the annual Electric Daisy Carnival. Aside from Afrojack, Omnia at Caesars Palace will host Krewella on June 15, Armin van Buuren on the 17th, and Calvin Harris on the 20th.
Laidback Luke and Claude Von Stroke will ignite the stage of Light Nightclub at Mandalay Bay on June 15 and 16, respectively. Morgan Page, on the other hand, will start the festivities right on June 17 with an 11 am set at Mandalay Bay’s Daylight Beach Club, before heading out to Light for a 10:30 pm show.
Over at The Venetian, Thomas Jack and Blasterjaxx will have back-to-back morning sets on June 16 and 17 at Tao Beach, while Eric Prydz and Duke Dumont cap the week’s festivities on the 18th and 19th. Dreamstate will also have a special show featuring Dakota, Paul Oakenfold, and Standerwick on June 16 at 8 pm at Tao at The Venetian.
The link that binds hotels and casinos, night and day clubs, and Las Vegas definitely signifies a match made in heaven. On one hand, fans have viable leisure establishments in hotel casinos where they can just go, hang loose, and have the opportunity to win big in the process. On the other, they can throw away all inhibitions and party with some of the world’s most talented EDM artists. All in all, these are just some of the reasons why Las Vegas, is and will always be, the entertainment capital of the world.