The Best Shows in Las Vegas Are At DAYLIGHT

DAYLIGHT Delivers All The Best Artists, All The Time 

There’s nothing better than soaking in a pool with a drink in your hand. Unless, of course, some of the hottest artists around are entertaining you. This dream is a reality at DAYLIGHT Beach Club, where you can catch some rays and the Best Shows in Las Vegas! 



DJ Mark is Memphis-born and Motown-educated. You can hear these roots in his unmistakable style of EDM. You’ll love some of his mixes like “Karma” with tones of R&B and Soul, or “Sportsmode” incorporating Hip Hop and Rap vibes. Kick off your blue suede shoes and the weekend with DJ Marx at DAYLIGHT at 12 p.m. 



Are you ready to feel the connection? Jaime Da Great AKA “The Plug” will shock the stage this Friday at DAYLIGHT. Jaime Da Great is known not only for his pure energy but also for his fun personality. Naturally, he transforms any space into a positive vibe, which is a perfect way to spend your day. Start Friday off on the right foot with Jaime Da Great at 11 a.m. 



For this edition of Sunburst Saturdays, you’ll get double the treble and double the fun with both Kid Funk and DJ Romeo. Kid Funk is a connoisseur of spice with a range of Funky House, House, Latin House, Tech-House, Progressive, and Electro that always hits nice. DJ Romeo is nationally syndicated, and he has residencies in countries around the world. Together, they are going to whip up a concoction of tasty beats and a delicious day of poolside partying. 

Neon Vibra: KEVIN AUX

Neon Vibra is a Latin-themed night swim that has both energy and color. DJ Kevin Aux will add a surge of electric vibes this Saturday night for Neon Vibra starting at 10 PM. He’s an Open Format DJ covering all bases of music, with a passion for Latin. He’s opened for artists like El Alfa, Rata Blanca, Chiqui Garcia Y Su Salsa, and more. Come dance to some Salsa Caliente and other spicy mixes with DJ Kevin Aux at Neon Vibra. 



Too Short’s rap reign is very long. He’s one of the OG’s of the game, and his favorite word (if you know it, you know it), influenced the lyrical aspects of rap. Recently, The New York Times Magazine did a feature on Too Short. Also, he served as an analyst for the best Hip Hop songs of all time for their Hip-Hop at 50 series. Don’t miss a chance to see this legend live and in person for this week’s LIT Sundays, starting at 11 a.m. 

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