Wynn Nightlife Las Vegas unveils massive residencies for 2020
What an amazing start of the year we are having. The gigantic Las Vegas-based nightclub brand Wynn Nightlife has just introduced their brand new residencies for 2020. The line up of acts that will be performing across their three main clubs XS Nightclub, Encore Beach Club and Encore Beach Club at Night could not have got any bigger.
Apart from the main stelar act headlined by the famous rapper Drake, Wynn has unveiled a truly epic list of electronic music residents that will feature artists including Alesso, Alison Wonderland, David Guetta, Dillon Francis, Diplo, DJ Diesel / Shaq, Elephante, Gryffin, Kygo, Major Lazer, Nora en Pure, RL Grime, Valentino Khan or The Chainsmokers to name a few. However, Wynn has not had the last, as this year they’ve wanted to go beyond.
Although 2019 was a tremendous season for Wynn, it is also true that it created a bit of disappointment among fans after teasing a potential Swedish House Mafia residence, which in the end never happened. Nevertheless, it’s a new year, a new season and the nightclub wants to focus on what is next. In words of the own Vice President of Wynn Nightlife, Pauly Freedman, the company is focused on improving and mastering the customer experience and their next batch of artists are a good proof of that.
Last year, in order to adapt to the new music trends and demands, the nightclub decided to welcome other genres and underground sounds moving towards a more techno direction. They held a 3-day event called Art of the Wild, which was a complete success and will be coming back again this March. With iconic names like Bedouin, Camelphat, Chris Lake, Fisher, Loco Dice, Marco Carola, Nicole Moudaber, Rüfüs Du Sol (DJ Set) and Seth Troxler in the line up, Wynn will also complete their techno offer with performances from Jamie Jones, Guy Gerber, The Martinez Brothers and more.
In case you stop by Sin City this year and want to experience one of these tremendous performances make sure you secure a ticket here