Here’s Why We’re Excited For The Art Of The Wild 2022 Lineup, And Why You Should Be Too

With so many parties and events going on every year, it’s getting harder and harder to do something truly groundbreaking, but somehow, that doesn’t seem to have stopped Art of the Wild from being a pioneer in innovation. Las Vegas may be known for throwing some outrageous parties, but few manage to exceed the hype like Art of the Wild. 

If you already know about Art of the Wild then you’re probably pretty excited right now, but if you don’t, then you should be! Art of the Wild is a 4 day event that will take place at the Wynn Las Vegas‘ XS and Encore Beach Club from March 18th to March 21st.

As the name suggests, Art of the Wild has turned partying into an art form with their stunning sets, designs, decor, and music. This year they have stepped up their game, and the recent release of their lineup has us all very excited.

Beginning on Friday March 18th, the starting lineup promises a premium selection of EDM, House, and Techno music. The Higher Ground showcase will feature some heavy hitters starting with Diplo, Claptone, DJ Tennis, Anden, and Cole Knight

Saturday continues strong with Meduza, Eli & Fur, Mason Collective, and Bastian Bux playing during the day. When night comes you can expect to be blessed with music from WhoMadeWho and FIIN at the Rüfüs Du Sol.

If after two days of intense partying you’re still going strong, stick around for REALM on Sunday with performances from Hayden James and Franky Wah. Animale will take care of the night performances as they host ARTBAT, Yotto, Kimonds, and Airrica.

The grand finale on Monday will be the La Selva showcase which will have Gordo and other musicians that are still to be announced.

We weren’t lying when we said the lineup is absolutely crazy! You seriously don’t want to miss out on this event, and the best way to get in is to get your tickets or reserve a table today. Here is everything you need to secure your spot:

Here is a full list of the Art of the Wild 2022 Lineup:

  • Airrica
  • Anden
  • Artbat
  • Bastian Bux
  • Chloe Caillet
  • Claptone
  • Cole Knight
  • Damian Lazarus
  • Diplo
  • DJ Tennis
  • Fiin
  • Franky Wah
  • Gordo
  • Gorgon City
  • Hayden James
  • Kimonos
  • Maceo Plex
  • Mason Collective
  • Mathame
  • Meduza
  • WhoMadeWho
  • Yotto

Wynn Nightlife Releases The New 2020 Residencies

With tons going on the news and alike, it would only make sense that Wynn Nightlife unveils their 2020 new residencies line up. So let’s check it out and find out why it’s the biggest news in Vegas right now.

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The Update:

A few days ago, Wynn Nightlife published their 2020 residencies. They have a huge 2020 reved up and ready for fans on both the two major clubs  XS Nightclub and Encore Beach Club. (which for those that don’t know is also Encore Beach Club at Night) They’ve expanded DJ talent, as well as bringing back past residencies.

So let’s get right to it. The big-name that’s got everyone wildin right now is Drake. Drake returns for his XS Nightclub residency and brings along with him some of the biggest names in EDM. New residents include Alison WonderlandTwo Friends and Gryffin. The returning stars in alphabetical order are Alesso, The Chainsmokers, David Guetta, Diesel, Dillon Francis, Diplo, Elephante, Kygo, Major Lazer, RL Grime, SAYMYNAME, and Valentino Khan.

Not only that but Wynn says they are remodeling their stage to embrace the techno sounds of world renowned DJs including Bedouin, Chris Lake, CAMELPHAT, FISHER, Guy Gerber, Jamie Jones, RÜFÜS DU SOL (DJ Set), Nicole Moudaber, Nora en Pure and The Martinez Brothers.

If we get any more updates well be sure to let you know.

Wynn Las Vegas Abandons their $1.6 Billion Paradise Park Lagoon Project

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Wynn Las Vegas recently stated that they were no longer building their lagoon project known as Paradise Park. The project was proposed in 2016 and was expected to have a lagoon, boardwalk, food services, and a new convention center. Paradise Park was also designed to be surrounded by white sand beaches, making it a popular attraction for locals and tourists alike. CEO Matt Maddox of Wynn Resorts announced on November 7th that Wynn was ditching the project but had a plan to make use of the purchased land. The company will now be restoring an 18-hole golf course alongside a new convention center.

Concept Lagoon Art

The lagoon project was first envisioned with two phases that included the construction of a convention center measuring 400,000 square feet. The second phase of the project included the construction of a 38 acre lagoon along with three new hotel towers. Steve Wynn aimed to create the lagoon with hopes of hosting water sports during the day time and parades of decorated floats and fireworks display each night. Phase two of the project was where the problems started. With a focus on the building of the convention center, the three hotel towers and adjacent lagoon became delayed.

Concept Lagoon Art

One of the biggest factors that came into play when deciding to toss the idea of the Paradise Park Lagoon came in December 2017. When Wynn purchased 38 acres of land just across the street from the Wynn Resort at the former location of the New Frontier, the company decided that the space would be better suited for a golf course. The company also admitted that they were not really interested in building a large public swimming pool on the Las Vegas Strip. We’re all very dissapointed to see that this project has fell through as from what we can see, the concept art shows a beautiful paradise oasis.