OMNIA Resident DJs Dominate GRAMMY Nominations


Growing Stronger

The 2019 GRAMMYs Awards was announced to which OMNIA resident DJs were in abundance. Praise from top executives in the music industry was professed as artists regularly headlining Las Vegas’ most iconic nightlife destination gained recognition in multiple categories. Zedd, Above & Beyond and Virtual Self (Porter Robinson) all received nominations as their releases throughout the year earned more than just record sales.


Leading the way

From “In The Middle” to the top of charts, Zedd’s collaboration with singer Maren Morris revitalized the German producers career as his song spent months topping charts worldwide. Consistently selling out OMNIA Nightclub, Hakkasan Nightclub and Wet Republic, Zedd’s mainstream appeal blew up as the face of electro-house transformed into a pop sensation. “Record of the Year,” “Song of the Year” and “Best Pop DUP/Group Performance” are the categories Zedd looks to win for the 61st GRAMMYs, a feat he hasn’t accomplished since winning best dance recording for “Clarity” in 2014.


Finding Common Ground

Competing against one another for best dance recording, Above & Beyond’s “Northern Soul” and Virtual Self’s (Porter Robinson) “Ghost Voices” strive to land their first GRAMMY in 2019. While Above & Beyond was nominated in 2015 for “We Are All We Need,” Robinson looks to win the award with his inaugural nomination. Both having headlined OMNIA Nightclub during EDC week, the summertime performers are guarantees to sell out respective dates when in town.


New Heights to Reach

All artists that will return in 2019, look for Zedd, Above & Beyond and Porter Robinson to continue their rise to success as GRAMMY nominations and awards become more common for their careers. For tickets and table reservations for all of your favorite artists, please visit this link.