Wynn Las Vegas has locked-in residencies with Spanish crew Elrow, Jamie Jones' Paradise, Lee Burridge and Matthew Dekay's All Day I Dream and Guy Gerber's Rumors.
The new parties are being welcomed as part of a promotional partnership with Framework, and will begin in October, under the umbrella Art of the Wild. These are just the latest major brands to sign-up for events at the Nevada hotel, with Solomun and Black Coffee providing more evidence the city is shifting from its EDM heritage, albeit the likes of Galantis, The Chainsmokers, Alesso and Slushii, which are at the same address, would suggest otherwise.
Las Vegas is already one of America's biggest centres for electronic music. The likes of Electric Daisy Carnival— which just revealed its full stage line-ups for 2018— have helped put it on the dance map, with Wynn one of the most established haunts for beats and lasers thanks to offerings such as the NIghtswim series, and DJ Snake's three shows during the Mayweather v McGregor weekend last year; a fight between boxing champion and UFC big hitter, which the hotel hosted.