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Calvin Harris breaks in the decks when Omnia opens in mid-March

Calvin Harris breaks in the decks when Omnia opens in mid-March
Deejay Calvin Harris starts the party at Omnia nightclub in Caesars Palace when it opens in March. (Hakkasan Group)

Omnia Nightclub at Caesars Palace, the newest place to experience electronic dance music in Las Vegas, now has an opening date.

Gear up for Calvin Harris, the Scottish deejay who signed a three-year deal with parent company Hakkasan Nightclub, on the decks on March 12 and 13.

Reports say Harris, whose hits include "Blame" and "We Found Love" with Rihanna, will make an estimated $400,000 per appearance.

Dutch deejay Martin Garrix of "Animal Fame" spins on March 14, followed by Surinamese deejay Chuckie with his remixes March 15.

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The $75 million nightclub takes over the former Pure Nightclub space at the front of Caesars Palace with views of the Strip.

The 75,000-square-foot dance mecca claims it will have the largest dance floor in Las Vegas as well as an ultra-lounge, a mezzanine level for VIPs and a rooftop garden.

VIP reservations go on sale Friday (Feb. 6).

Info: Omnia, (702) 785-6200

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