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Singapore's Zouk Group dazzles with a hefty line-up for its 2022 season in Sin City

Your 2022 calendar in Las Vegas is fixed, time to plan a trip out West

  • Miki Kitasako
  • 3 February 2022
Singapore's Zouk Group dazzles with a hefty line-up for its 2022 season in Sin City

As nightlife and events boom in the western hemisphere, those in Asia are still waiting patiently for the day restrictions are loosened and we can let loose again with a stranger on the dancefloor. Singaporean based Zouk Group however has been thriving out in Las Vegas ever since they opened their doors in 2021 at Resorts World Las Vegas. This year, they’ve just announced their huge roster of talents that will leave clubgoers in Asia wanting to migrate west for a taste of the east.

As we jump into the second month of 2022, the newly opened Zouk Nightclub and Ayu Dayclub in Las Vegas has gifted their partygoers with a variety-filled stellar residency line up featuring Tiësto, Zedd, DJ Snake, deadmau5, Louis The Child, Becky G, G-Eazy, Jack Harlow and Madison Beer. Along with these names, they’ve also included a rotating roster of special events with Breathe Carolina, Cash Cash, Charly Jordan, Cheat Codes, Dee Jay Silver, Disclosure, DJ Ruckus, DJ Tay James, Duke Dumont, Galantis, Jonah, Jonas Blue, Madds, NERVO, R3hab, SLANDER, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano and Zen Freeman.

Just when you think you’ve seen enough names, here are more... A concept created for Ayu Dayclub on Sundays is conceptualised as a “day-to-night” party that features activations, installations and shopping alongside musical performances. Moonbeam will feature a lineup that includes Ameme, Blond:ish, CamelPhat, Chelina Manuhutu, Eli & Fur, Green Velvet, Jamie Jones, Kaz James, Nic Fanciulli, Nicole Moudaber, The Martinez Brothers, Themba and Zhu.

The first event slated next to happen is Zedd on February 5 at Zouk Nightclub, while Ayu Dayclub is set to open its doors on March 5 with Ruckus and on March 13, Moonbeam will break its 2022 season with Carl Cox.

“We are so excited to bring in both new and returning talent to Zouk Nightclub and Ayu Dayclub this year,” said Andrew Li, Chief Executive Officer of Zouk Group. “Our roster reflects a vast range of music and complements the unparalleled service and technology we’ve brought to the Las Vegas Strip.”

The Zouk Group has truly outdone themselves by keeping the party alive on the strip and bringing its original Singaporean and Malaysian hearts beating in the heart of Las Vegas. If you’ve flown west for the winter and have been craving your local Asian delights, check out Zouk’s hawker inspired marketplace here.

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