Calvin Harris has donated his booking fee for nightclub Omnia to the victims of the Las Vegas shooting.
In a post on Instagram, he explained he’d be making the donation “in the hope it will help rebuild the lives of the victims’ families and those injured”. You can read the post in full below.
A regular in Vegas, Harris has been a resident at clubs Hakkasan, Wet Republic and Omnia and is listed as the highest paid DJ in the world, meaning the donation is likely to be significant.
Diplo has donated $100,000 to the Las Vegas shooting victims' fund.
The Major Lazer frontman has also called on other DJs and Hotels to match his generosity.
U.S. Police are preparing for heightened security challenges at outdoor venues following the Las Vegas tragedy at Route 91 Harvest music festival on Sunday (1st October).
The shooting, which was the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history – leaving 59 people dead and over 500 injured – was carried out by 64-year-old retired accountant Stephen Paddock.
In the wake of the mass shooting, acting Miami Police Chief Jorge Colina has said the Miami Police Department must focus on the challenges of policing outdoor venues.
Tiësto debuted a brand-new Martin Garrix production over the weekend when the Dutch DJ performed at Hakkasan Las Vegas as part of the club’s Labor Day celebrations.
Tiësto brought an enthusiastic Garrix out on stage during the set and recorded the moment on his Instagram — you can watch the video and listen to the snippet of the track below.
Hi Vane! So first of all, congratulations on winning Miller SoundClash! How does it feel?
"Thank you! Wow, this was a wonderful experience. Miller SoundClash was the best experience of my life, I am so happy!"
How did you feel after your set. Did you feel confident that you had a chance of winning?
"Yeah I felt very confident because it was a pool party and my sound is very tropical and percussive and I know the crowds here can really enjoy that sound."
DJ Snake will play Las Vegas' Wynn hotel three times this coming weekend, coinciding with another huge event at the Nevada address, namely the imminent fight between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor.
The music star will perform at various venues inside the enormous complex, starting with Intrigue on Thursday 24th August. He then moves to the glamour of XS, one of EDM's true homes, on Friday 25th, finishing up at Encore Beach Club for a spot of poolside partying on Sunday 27th.
Panama's DJ Vane has been crowned as 2017's Miller SoundClash champion.
The Panamanian DJ – who has been DJing since 2006 – overcame fierce competition to win first prize after impressing the judges with an authentic and distinctive performance that combined Latin and percussive influences in a cohesive set that won over the Las Vegas crowd.
A visibly excited DJ Vane was presented with the award by Miller SoundClash partners, The Chainsmokers, at an awards presentation before performing ahead of them at XS Las Vegas.
It's Marquee Dayclub at 11am. The poolside dancefloor and the cabanas which surround this stunning venue are filling fast as ten hopeful DJs prepare for the biggest moment of their careers.
The Miller SoundClash Grand Final is a once in a lifetime opportunity to perform at one of the world's finest clubs, and potentially pick up a recording contract with AfterCluv DanceLab (Universal Music).
Next month Miller SoundClash returns to Las Vegas! The 10 finalists, who have been selected from 9 countries worldwide are preparing to fly to Las Vegas to perform at The Miller SoundClash Grand Final at Marquee DayClub.
The winner gets to perform a set ahead of The Chainsmokers, sign a recording contract with AfterCluv DanceLab (Universal Music) and be interviewed by DJ Mag, so the stakes are high!
These are the DJs who will be competing for 2017’s coveted Miller SoundClash Crown!
NICO HAMUY (ARGENTINA)
Plenty has changed for DJ Rama, since his adventures as a Miller SoundClash 2015 finalist, most notably his location.
Having made the move to London (UK) from his home in Buenos Aires (Argentina), Rama is now searching for studio space, to work on his productions, and other musical opportunities in the city.
Despite his new location, Rama is still recording his radio show, which is broadcast weekly on Delta90.3FM in Argentina, having been moved to the prime Saturday evening slot.