Yeah, yeah. Memorial Day Weekend has come and gone, but that doesn't mean we can't fondly remember the weekend, does it? Afterall, it's one of the craziest and busiest of any other weekend in Las Vegas. If you made it out, it was really good to see you. If not, no worries. EDC is here, and it's another one of the Vegas events you will not want to miss. But in the meantime, let's recap Memorial Day Weekend, shall we, and get excited about the upcoming parties for EDC.
came out swingin’ at the Marquee Dayclub. His energy and song selection got the whole place in a frenzy quick. It set the bar pretty high for the rest of the weekend.
The ladies were loving every second of it.
absolutely shut the place down with a never-before-seen performance of his critically acclaimed album Worlds
Did we mention it’s only Friday?
Nobody was going to miss this: Legendary producer/DJ Benny Benassi
put on a clinic with his own form of crowd control. The size and energy of the crowd was unmatched. Then again, did we expect anything less from this man?
Just when we thought partygoers were slowing down, Dutch producer Dash Berlin
gave us the wake up call everyone needed. The hit single, “Till the Sky Falls Down” had us feeling like the sky was in fact, descending upon us. SPEECHLESS.
Can those smiles get any wider? Nope. They can’t.
We know Sundays are meant for rest, but Cedric Gervais
had other plans. The Grammy Award-winning French DJ had guests moving their feet and losing their minds. This guy really knows how to work a crowd.
Yes, that is a giant bottle of champagne crowd surfing in a raft, and yes you missed out on it.
Saving perhaps the best for last, hip-hop legend, Nas
, took the stage for a rare performance at Marquee Nightclub. We’ve never seen fans react to a performer like this. It was madness! This show was a must-see and can only hope we can host him again. Just make sure you will be there this time!
He even stuck around to party with fans
Monday might mean getting back to normal for some. For those at Marquee on Memorial Day Weekend, it meant a dazzling performance from Cash Cash
, who always brings out the most beautiful people.
The party lasted through the night as well with a sick weekend-ending performance from Carnage
, who always delivers a not-to-be-missed set.
If you missed out, that’s really too bad. The weekend was one for the books. Lucky for you, the party at Marquee is endless, and you will just have to make plans to get here next year.
If you're sick of missing out on the action, buy a couple tickets to the shows Marquee has going during EDC Week in Las Vegas. It's another one of those, "You won't want to miss this," types of events. So why would you miss it?
Check out Marquee's EDC Week Lineup