Skip to main content

Martin Garrix reveals how he plays Las Vegas while underage

20-year-old DJ speaks Sin City...

Martin Garrix has revealed how he is able to play his Las Vegas residency despite being below the legal US drinking age of 21.

The 20-year-old Dutchman, who currently holds down a regular slot at the city's Omnia club, told BBC Radio 1’s Cel Spellman: “They start my intro and then I’m allowed to get in the club. They escort me with security and clear the entire DJ booth and the surrounding VIP tables from alcohol. I’m not allowed to be close to alcohol. As my last song is playing they kick me out of the club.”

Garrix was recently announced as resident for both Ushuaïa Ibiza and the company's new club HÏ IBIZA, which opens this season on the site of legendary nightspot Space. South African star Black Coffee has also been revealed as a HÏ resident.

Listen to Garrix's new single 'Scared To Be Lonely' with vocalist Dua Lipa below.