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Hakkasan Group Closes 2018 On An Epic Note with Calvin Harris, J. Cole, Tyga and more

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This Is What You Came For

On Monday, Dec. 31, thousands of partygoers flocked to the iconic Las Vegas Strip to ring in the New Year at Hakkasan Group’s famous nightlife destinations.

Globally acclaimed DJ and music producer, Calvin Harris, rang in 2019 at the world-renowned OMNIA Nightclub inside Caesars Palace where he performed to a sold out crowd beneath the famed chandelier. Harris dressed for the occasion wearing a tuxedo and celebratory crown. Following a show-stopping countdown, Harris kicked off the New Year with a dedicated message to fans before taking the energy to new heights playing chart-topping hits including “One Kiss,” “Promises” and “This is What You Came For.” 

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Dreamworld at Hakkasan

Down The Strip, the internationally acclaimed Hakkasan Nightclub at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino welcomed GRAMMY-nominated and Billboard Music Award-winning artist, J. Cole. Cole illuminated the mega club’s Main Room with a live performance of hits from his most recent platinum-selling album “KOD.” The highly sought-after artist celebrated 2019 with family and friends in the venue’s VIP Skybox.

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Straight Swish

Adding to the festivities, the illustrious JEWEL Nightclub at ARIA Resort & Casino said goodbye to 2018 with the GRAMMY-nominated and multi-platinum selling artist, Tyga. The popular hip-hop artist welcomed clubgoers with an enthusiastic greeting about the celebratory night before performing a slew of smash hits to a sold out crowd. Model and actress, Amber Rose, joined Tyga and crew inside the DJ booth throughout the night. Also seen partying at the nightlife hot spot was “Creed II” actor, Michael B. Jordan. Jordan arrived with a group of 16 friends and later hopped on stage with Tyga for a friendly shoutout.

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Turn Down for 1 OAK

Rounding out the roster, hip-hop artist and Billboard Award-winning producer, Lil Jon, partied 2018 away at 1 OAK Nightclub inside The Mirage Hotel & Casino. The energetic DJ delivered countless hits to fans, spinning popular party anthems including “Shots,” “Turn Down For What,” “Outta Your Mind” and more.

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