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Get ready for 9 nights of music and memories at XS

XS will commemorate its ninth anniversary with nine nights of the greatest celebrations possible from May 17 to May 28. These mega music occasions are taking place over Electric Daisy Carnival and Memorial Day weekends and will feature the greatest stars in the Wynn Night life galaxy– David Guetta on May 17 and 26, Kygo on May 18 and 27, Diplo on May 19, Marshmello on May 20 and 28 and The Chainsmokers on May 21 and 25.

To check out each of these artists’ significance to XS and Las Vegas, we spoke to the market leaders that understand them finest: Wynn Nightlife Executive Director of Talent & & Programs Kevin Clark and Executive Director of Artist Advancement & & Method Zee Zandi.

We’ve seen and heard these flexible DJs on the decks at XS before, but bringing them together for nine nights across the most memorable club weekends of the year marks a new peak.

DIPLO

Clark: “Musically, Diplo is the ultimate tastemaker. He’s always on the cutting edge of new sounds, and it speaks with the fact that his strength is his capability to comprehend what’s next.”

Zandi: “He’s belonged to the Wynn family for so many years now, and his sound is so diverse. He has entirely embraced this city– he does not just can be found in and play; he really makes the rounds and does all sorts of cool things. If you look at what he reveals socially, he’s type of made Vegas his second home.”

THE CHAINSMOKERS

Clark: “Exactly what’s unique about a Chains show is that it’s more than a DJ set; it’s actually a performance-based program. You’ve got Andrew [Taggart] up there singing along to his tracks, and it’s like the audience is getting 2 shows. And then it’s in this blended environment at XS, where you can be within or outdoors. It resembles seeing a huge arena act inside XS, and it feels really intimate and special.”

Zandi: “They’re utilized to playing shows to 15,000 or 20,000 people, and here it’s a couple of thousand. They really are [Vegas] headliners, and we deal with all our residents because way.”

DAVID GUETTA

Zandi: “I believe David has done such a great job of being out there with the new talent, supporting the newer guys through social media and passing their sets. He’s a legend, he’s been around and they appreciate him. He does an excellent task keeping himself connected. He’s always changing up his musical design and playing to the crowd.”

Clark: “The nature of our organisation mandates that you have to remain existing with patterns, and for us and all our artists, David is someone we deal with and lean on to provide us input.”

KYGO

Clark: “He talks to a different audience. His design of music is more melodic and simply not the typical sound, however still with really high strength. There’s just a different type of energy. And the majority of the music he plays is his own, a program that really represents his catalog. He’s truly at the leading edge of his genre.”

Zandi: “We have numerous artists that have been with us for a while, and Kygo is someone fresh that hasn’t been viewed as much in town. I discover individuals at his programs have a various familiarity with the music– there are more individuals singing together with his set.”

MARSHMELLO

Zandi: “His team is very involved with everything we do, and they’re constantly hiring and dealing with us on new ideas and things to keep him going.”

Clark: “Mello has an eager capability to take advantage of exactly what is now, making his music very pertinent and existing. That’s why he’s achieved a lot in such a short amount of time– he hits that sweet spot with his music. He’s getting in touch with everybody.”

Family shares memories of male killed in Henderson crash

HENDERSON, NV (FOX5) –

Relative said Jonathan Helmbold, 47, was on his method home from work early Sunday morning when his automobile was struck by a speeding chauffeur. Jonathan died at the scene.

“I’m really still in a state of shock. I cannot believe it,” Jonathan’s mama, Nancy Helmbold said. “He was loved by everybody that knew him … a very kind-hearted guy, much liked.”

Nevada Highway Patrol troopers said just after 3:30 Sunday morning, a group of teenagers was driving a taken Toyota RAV4. Troopers said the chauffeur was speeding, ran a traffic signal near Pecos Road and I-215 and crashed into Jonathan’s automobile. Among the guests of the stolen sport utility vehicle was eliminated in the crash too.

Nancy said she saw the crash on the news Sunday night.

“I remember praying, as I always do. When I see these mishaps, I prayed to God my boy wasn’t included,” Nancy said.

On Monday early morning, she awakened to a message from the Clark County Coroner’s Workplace.

“I was frightened. The minute you hear ‘coroner’s workplace’ and somebody stating they wish to speak with Jonathan’s family, I understood exactly what was going on,” she added.

Nancy said the 47-year-old coached youth basketball and one day wanted to adopt a kid. He worked at Harrah’s and spent years in the Valley’s video gaming industry. Jonathan was ending up his master’s degree at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas with hopes of mentor gaming.

“He loved teaching, he was an extremely caring man, that I enjoyed,” Nancy said.

And she said, despite the fact that she was still in shock, she took comfort in understanding that her kid understood that love.

“I told him each time I spoke to him that I enjoyed him. and he would return it. I know in my heart that he understood it when he died.”

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California wildfire victims search scorched homes for memories

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Jae C. Hong/ AP Ed Curzon, right, and his daughter Margaret sift particles to restore anything they can from the rubble of their home, damaged by a wildfire in the Coffey Park community Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017, in Santa Rosa, Calif.

Friday, Oct. 20, 2017|4:08 p.m.

SANTA ROSA, Calif.– After fleeing flames that were surrounding him 12 days back, Donnie Steggal finally returned house Friday– and sifted through the ruins of the Northern California house where he and his better half raised their 2 children.

Everything in his one-story house had burned, consisting of the 1965 Buick Wildcat that Steggal and his late daddy brought back and kept in the garage. Steggal’s partner did discover a ring his grandmother had provided him and he found some coins that had belonged to his great-grandmother, however that had to do with it.

Steggal was among residents of the small city of Santa Rosa who got away a wildfire in the dead of night with only minutes to spare. Authorities on Friday enabled back to their neighborhoods for the very first time to see so they could see if anything was still standing.

Authorities on Friday said 8,400 homes and businesses have been destroyed as they continue to examine the destructive damage to homes and businesses that burned around California’s famed wine nation north of San Francisco.

“It’s heartbreaking,” Steggal stated tearfully after discovering the charred remains of his dad’s pistols.

The household had actually just redesigned the home’s bathroom and cooking area and Steggal stated the property was “whatever I had. Now it’s gone, you understand. It’s all the memories.”

Steggal’s Coffey Park area was one of three especially hard hit Santa Rosa, where blocks of an as soon as tidy area of popular parks and good public schools were leveled by the flames.

Steggal said he and his family ran away early on the morning of Oct. 9 to a buddy’s house and then had to evacuate from that house a day later.

The Steggals are sticking with his mother-in-law and were fortunate sufficient to rent a small apartment they will move into next year while their house is rebuilt– making them exceptionally fortunate due to the fact that Santa Rosa’s rental market had a 1 percent job rate prior to the fire.

Sonoma County in basic and Santa Rosa in specific suffered one of the most damage when a series of wildfires tore through California’s wine country beginning Oct. 8. A minimum of 42 people passed away most of them in Sonoma County.

Somewhere Else in Santa Rosa Friday, Dan and Sherre Hulbert donned white plastic fits, rubber boots and deal with masks as they sorted through the ash of their home– discovering damaged golf clubs and a destroyed box of World War II letters.

They had just completed redesigning your home where they had raised their kids and lived for nearly three years.

“That’s pretty devastating since it’s not just a house, it’s a life,” Dan Hulbert stated. “You leave a life behind then you simply carry on and begin over.”

California’s insurance coverage commissioner has stated preliminary estimates of the wildfire losses surpass $1 billion and that the figure is expected to rise.

While the Steggals chose to rebuild, the Hulberts were not sure whether they should do so or move more detailed to their child, who resides in Colorado.

“My spouse and I always said this is where we were going to retire or pass away,” Steggal stated. “That hasn’t changed.