The DJ will perform across Tao Group & Groot Hospitality properties
Tiësto will join forces with Tao Group Hospitality and Groot Hospitality for an exclusive residency that will see him headlining a variety of spectacular properties and venues across Las Vegas including LIV and LIV Beach at Fontainebleau Las Vegas, Omnia Nightclub at Caesars Palace, TAO Beach Dayclub at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas and Wet Republic at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino. Tiësto’s 2024 residency will mark the first time hospitality industry titans on the Strip have come together to present a shared artist residency, showcasing Tiësto on more stages than ever before in Las Vegas.
The long-term partnership will kick off with a celebration of the Grammy Award-winning, platinum-certified international icon’s upcoming birthday – Friday, January 19, 2024 – at LIV inside the newly opened Fontainebleau Las Vegas. Tiësto will make his return to Omnia Nightclub at Caesars Palace on Saturday, March 9th. Ticket information for upcoming performance dates across all nightlife and daylife venues is available at tiestovegas.com.
“My dream was to have a Las Vegas residency that was different from all others,” Tiësto states. “I can proudly say that this year, I will realize that dream playing all over the Strip at several iconic venues as well as the newest and most epic nightclubs and dayclubs! Each of these locations has its own character, allowing me to tailor a unique set and experience for each one. I feel at home on Las Vegas Boulevard and I couldn’t be happier to be partnering with Tao Group and LIV as THE resident of the Strip!”
The upcoming residency follows an incredibly prolific 2023 for Tiësto, highlighted by his acclaimed seventh studio album, Drive, which was named one of only eight albums to go gold in 2023. Drive includes such multi-million streaming worldwide hit singles as “The Business,” “Don’t Be Shy” with Karol G, “The Motto” with Ava Max, “Hot In It” with Charli XCX, “10:35” with Tate McRae, and “All Nighter,” all of which have earned a cumulative 4.5 billion global streams to date.