Miami nightlife gurus to open Mykonos-themed club in Las Vegas

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Paradise-seeking party people might not actually be able to go to Mykonos this year because of linger travel restrictions — but they’ll be able to enjoy a slice of the Greek island in Las Vegas.

With nightlife making its return in the US, we’re told nightlife gurus Mio Danilovic, Jason “JROC” Craig and Michael Fuller, are getting set to open the highly anticipated Élia Beach Club at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas.

The new daylife venue will officially open its doors as part of the hotel’s grand opening  celebration weekend on June 10, we hear. 

Élia Beach Club is named for Mykonos’ largest beach, known for its clear, blue surf and scenic sandy landscape. 

“Élia Beach Club emanates those sensations through its ambiance,” we’re told. Backers say guests will be “[transported] to an international paradise with sounds by some of the best DJs in the world.”

It’ll begin with DJ residencies this summer including Deadmau5, Lane 8, Soffi Tukker, Ben Böhmer, Laidback Luke, Chris Mallinchak, Sultan & Ned and more.

Soffi Tukker & Sam Blacky, Lane 8, Loco Dice and DeadMau5 will play the opening weekend, we’re told.

This isn’t the first time Danilovic has flirted with tropical transportation. The Miami nightlife honcho, one the team behind South Beach’s Rockwell, recently opened Joia Beach in Miami, which is supposed to evoke a jungle-like feel.

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