The Hakkasan Grid Now In Circuit

The Hakkasan Grid

On Thursday, May 16, Hakkasan Nightclub kicked off Electric Daisy Carnival week with a performance by GRAMMY Award-winning artist, Tiësto. The world-renowned nightlife destination celebrated the unveiling of The Hakkasan Grid – a multi-million dollar, one-of-a-kind ceiling art installation. Guests danced under the 30-foot, 12,000-pound Hakkasan Grid as it created infinite shapes from flowers, cones, waves and more offering a groundbreaking and immersive sensory experience.

The Hakkasan Grid is the largest kinetic light installation in the U.S. and was custom-built specifically for the nightclub. It is the only ceiling of its kind that is pixel-mappable and capable of color mixing, allowing fully-customized images and patterns to flow between triangles seamlessly.

The Hakkasan Grid combines avant-garde design with state-of-the-art technology to reinvent the nightlife experience in Las Vegas and beyond. It can change colors and shapes in perfect synchronization with the nightclub’s music to create a more immersive experience at the internationally recognized nightlife destination. Because EDC is the largest dance music festival on the West Coast, there was no better time to launch The Hakkasan Grid. A roster of high-caliber talent performed to sold-out crowds, being among the first to experience The Hakkasan Grid.

In addition to Tiësto, energetic artist Steve Aoki and global sensation Calvin Harris witnessed the venue’s enhancement, performing beneath endless colors and shapes of The Hakkasan Grid.

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The Grid is a multi-million-dollar custom-built light installation that can be synced with live music, enhancing the club experience with 57 4-foot seamless triangles that form a 30-foot structure over the dance floor.

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