Famed Graffiti Artist Alec Monopoly Reveals XS Las Vegas Labor Day Weekend DJ Lineup

Alec Monopoly Graffiti Artist Reveals XS Las Vegas Labor Day Weekend DJ LineupAs the summer season comes to a close around the country, XS Las Vegas heats up for one of the most anticipated parties of the year. The premier nightlife venue’s lineup includes top-tier DJs from its exclusive list of residencies, unveiled by resident artist Alec Monopoly here.

For the reveal, the team from Wynn Social headed to Los Angeles, Alec’s home base, to follow his process in showcasing the DJ’s on tap for the festivities. His unique style and individual methodology is chronicled as his paintings come to life, showcasing David Guetta, Zedd, Skrillex and Diplo.

The weekend kicks off as Skrillex takes the DJ booth on Friday, Aug. 29, the first of two sets over the holiday, with this date allowing fans to catch him solo.

After bringing record-breaking crowds to last year’s Labor Day weekend party, David Guetta has shown that he knows how to keep the energy going into the early hours of the morning. Don’t miss the experience as he takes the stage on Saturday, Aug. 30.

Although summer is coming to an end, Night Swim, the celebrated after-dark pool party, continues on Sunday, Aug. 31. Guests are encouraged to come in swimwear as they take a dip or lounge poolside. Partiers can cool off beneath the Vegas night and splash to a set by Zedd.

Skrillex and Diplo pair up to conclude the epic weekend with back-to-back sets on Monday, Sept. 1. Attendees were left anxiously waiting for the return of the duo’s interactive collaboration after debuting together at XS over Electric Daisy Carnival weekend.

Table reservations are highly encouraged and can be made by calling 702-770-0097. XS is open Friday through Monday from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m., located on The Esplanade at Encore. For more information, visit www.xslasvegas.com.

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