Around the Scene: May 24, 2012

On the Rocks Las Vegas, the first multi-day entertainment and beverage festival in Las Vegas, announces its first featured event, The S.K.A.M. Artist Fan Festival. The DJ-packed event will feature workshops, meet-and-greets, panels, programs, featured products and performances from some of the hottest, most established DJs in the industry. Fans will be able to meet the S.K.A.M. Artist DJs up close and personal as part of the On The Rocks Las Vegas weekend November 9-11, which will include three nights of DJ-packed performances at Las Vegas’ hottest nightclubs. For more on the festival, check this out!

Milan’s internationally renowned week-long design fair hosted the unveiling of a crowd-sourced nightclub concept from Heineken. A yearlong design exploration project, created through the progressive minds of 19 emerging designers from across the globe, resulted in a prototype of a futuristic nightclub. Designers from Tokyo, Sao Paulo, Milan and New York, with the help 100 clubbers from more than 20 cities, contributed to the pioneering concept club through a special virtual creative online hub. The hub encouraged the fusion of different cultures and disciplines with the aim of innovating nightclub design around the world. Click here for more info.


Insomniac Events extends festivities surrounding the 16th Annual Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas by revealing non-stop events and shows planned for EDC Week, June 5-12. The celebration of electronic dance music’s takeover in Las Vegas will include pool parties and nightlife events featuring world-class venues and production, in addition to the Bassrush Massive show at the Orleans Arena and the EDMbiz Conference at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Click here to check out a list of events.



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