DAYLIGHT BEACH CLUB
To book a table reservation call 702-632-4700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
DAYLIGHT Beach Club door and management reserves all rights to decline entry of any guest not in proper dress code. DAYLIGHT Beach Club reserves the right to decline entry due to capacity issues, in which event guests will be asked to wait until the door is re-opened. Visibly intoxicated guests will not be admitted to the venue. No minors will be admitted.
Guests must bring a printed copy of the scannable DAYLIGHT ticket (printed, PDF or on the Wantickets app), valid photo I.D., and the credit card the ticket was purchased with. Please bring these items to the Will Call area, adjacent to the entrance of DAYLIGHT and you will be scanned in. You MUST arrive by 12:30pm to guarantee entry.
All DAYLIGHT patrons must be 21 years of age with valid ID. US residents must bring state or federal issued ID. Foreign residents must have passports.
He's either standing behind the turntables or sitting at the poker tables. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. And maybe a little sleep, but that's his business. Whichever tables you find him at, just keep in mind that DJ 5ive is dangerous.
Groomed in one of the epicenters of turntablism, Cerritos CA, it was a simple task for DJ 5ive to become the top seed in Las Vegas, Nevada. With DMC-caliber skils, impeccable mixing, a vast knowledge of music, and a love for HipHop that has spanned decades, DJ Five has emerged as the one definitive go to man in Sin City's burgeoning nightlife industry. He was voted the #1 DJ of 2004 in Las Vegas' eyes-and-ears, LAS VEGAS LIFE MAGAZINE. When pressed to reveal what has put him there, he states "I can smoke, drink, text message, dance, mix and cut all at once."
He does all the big Las Vegas events and has played at every hot spot in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York. DJs across the nation show him love whether he's the visitor or the visited.
Initially inspired by DJ Premier's work on the Gangster's classics, DJ Five honed his craft by mimicking DJ Jazzy Jeff's Live at Union Square. His knowledge of rock and pop music came from those late nights spent in Las Vegas strip clubs, all while straddling that line between mainstream and street cred by associated himself both with the "backpack" Hip Hop movement and paying close attention to the trajectory of Hip Hop as it crossed over into popular culture.
His eclectic tastes and eccentricities behind the wheels of steel soon brought him into the company of 5 other like-minded DJs: vice, Graham Funke, OB-One, StoneRokk, and Cobra. Together they formed the Abe Fromen Showmen in an attempt to preserve DJ culture and restore the term to its original glory by promoting creative programming, good music, and competent mixing...the heart of DJing, which has lost some of its shrine in this era of celebrity guest spots and new jack wannabes. Fact:The Abe Froman Showmen rock parties; Let DJ Five prove it to you.