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Zeds Dead & Ookay

Drais Beach Club Las Vegas

Saturday, September 3, 2016 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Pool Party, Electronic

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Tickets

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Bottle Service

Table Reservations are closed for this event.


Daybed

8 GUESTS | $1,000.00 MIN

Daybed located on the main floor. Minimum can be spent on food and beverage.

Pool Deck Table

8 GUESTS | $1,200.00 MIN

Small table on the pool deck. Minimum can be spent on food and beverage.

Pool Deck Booth

12 GUESTS | $2,000.00 MIN

Outdoor VIP Booth located on main level. Minimum can be spent on food and beverage.

VIP Stage Table

8 GUESTS | $2,500.00 MIN

Tables located next to the DJ booth. Minimum can be spent on food and beverage.

Cabana (South)

12 GUESTS | $2,500.00 MIN

Outdoor cabana located on the Mezzanine.

Mezzanine Cabana

15 GUESTS | $3,000.00 MIN

Outdoor cabana located on the Mezzanine. Minimum can be spent on food and beverage.

Grand Cabana

15 GUESTS | $4,000.00 MIN

Premium cabana located in the center of the mezzanine. Minimum can be spent on food and beverage.

Bungalow

20 GUESTS | $5,000.00 MIN

Premier seating area on main level. Includes a private pool. Minimum can be spent on food and beverage.

Event Details

Toronto-based dubstep/house act Zeds Dead -- named after a line from Quentin
Tarantino's 1994 film Pulp Fiction -- are a production duo consisting of DC and Hooks. The two first formed the hip-hop-oriented Mass Productions in 2004 and released an independent album, Fresh Beetz, three years later, but they switched to Zeds Dead in 2009, embracing house and the direct, physical side of dubstep. The All Seeing I-sampling "Journey of a Lifetime" was their debut and also the first of many downloadable releases made available for free; released in 2009, the track was quickly followed by more free downloads, as well as a remix of Barletta's "Panther."
Throughout 2010 and 2011, they were increasingly active. They released
material on a number of labels, including Kissy Sell Out's San City High, Steve Aoki's Dim Mak, and Diplo's Mad Decent; remixed tracks by Blue Foundation and the Electric, and they also toured extensively throughout the U.S. Their first release of 2012 was Adrenaline, an EP issued on Inspected that balanced blitzing dubstep tracks with lower-key breakbeat workouts. Their most recent album, 'Somewhere Else,' which made the Billboard charts for "Top Dance/Electronic Albums."

Drais Beach Club

3595 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV 89109
United States
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