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JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort

Scottsdale resorts offer hot discounts that beat the heat

When you envision Scottsdale during the summer, do you see a dry, barren desert, where weather-worn locals proclaim through parched lips, “At least it’s a dry heat”? Well, think again. Locals have a secret weapon that helps them survive May, June, July and August. We’ll let you in on the secret. Scottsdale’s 70 hotels and resorts offer ridiculously hot deals with rates as low as 60 percent off peak season. Take a cue from locals and rise early to hike in the breathtaking, lush Sonoran Desert, hit the golf course during the cool morning hours, soak up sun in your bathing suit while sipping a chilled margarita at a resort pool, and head to the spa for a heavily discounted, relaxing afternoon. After a few days in this warm weather destination, you’ll gleefully proclaim, “It is a dry heat!”


Beat the heat this summer at The Saguaro Scottsdale with the “Desert Splash” package. Lounge poolside under a shaded cabana while cooling off with a refreshing complimentary pitcher of Casamigos Tequila Margaritas. Every Saturday afternoon, the brightly-colored boutique hotel in the heart of downtown transforms into one big pool party, complete with DJs and a sunscreen station. Stay at the resort June 1 through Sept. 30 and you’ll also receive Saguaro sunglasses, Chap Stick and a drink cooler. Rates start at $109.

Jump into the “Summer Splash” package with rates starting at $129 at We-Ko-Pa Resort and Conference Center. Doubling as an adult playground, the resort boasts a 24-hour casino, seven restaurants and two of the top-rated golf courses in Arizona. We-Ko-Pa has everything you need for a grown-up’s summer getaway. Stay April 30 through June 30 to receive a $50 food and beverage credit valid at the Pool Bar & Grill, Ahnala Restaurant or in-room dining. The package also includes $5 and $10 Casino Slot Play vouchers, so you can test your luck at Fort McDowell Casino.

While you’re getting a healthy dose of vitamin D and slathering on the tanning oil, why not enjoy a tasty margarita? With the “Tequila and Tanlines” package at FireSky Resort & Spa, you’ll receive a complimentary pitcher of margaritas from Taggia Bar. The “Tequila and Tanlines” package is available May 19 through Sept. 6 with rates starting at $109 per night.

Stay hydrated with summer spirits and ales at these Scottsdale bars and breweries:

  • Partake in a bar experience like no other at Second Story Liquor Bar. Your taste buds will thank you as you sip craft cocktails created by “Whiskey Man” John Christie. His bar menu guides you through a selection of fine spirits and the evolution of cocktail culture, from Sazeracs to mules.
  • Vegas meets South Beach in the heart of downtown’s Entertainment District at Maya Day and Nightclub.This high-end club offers an outdoor beach club with a resort-style pool, VIP cabanas and a floating stage for deejays. At night, the club transforms, bringing in some of the hottest electronic dance music entertainers such as Cedric Gervais, Steve Aoki and Bingo Players.
  • Explore downtown Scottsdale’s suds scene with a day of sipping and inadvertent spilling on Scottsdale’s ale trail. With stops at Sip Coffee & Beer House, Union Barrelhouse, Two Brothers Brewing and Bad Water Brewing, there’s no doubt you’ll cool off in no time.


Your entire family will be eager to dive in to summer at Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North. Relax poolside with complimentary cabanas and enjoy nighttime entertainment with “Dive-In” movies every Saturday night throughout the summer. While you relax and recharge, the kids will relish in the Kids for All Seasons program open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. with scheduled activities and complimentary access to board games, ping pong and more. Stop by Proof, an American canteen for “Sundaes on Sunday” and treat the family to an old-fashioned ice cream social with “buy one, get one” sundaes. Rates begin at $179 per night, valid June 1 through Aug. 31.

Zoom across a zip line, cool down on waterslides and watch fireworks light up the night sky this summer at Fairmont Scottsdale Princess. The “Sip, Savor and Splash” package equips guests with a $50 resort credit perfect for sampling any of 240 tequilas at La Hacienda or retreating to Well & Being Spa. Seeking a thrill? Poolside is the place to be with the spinning water adventure, SplashRider X-treme, and 200-foot waterslides. Guests are also able to upgrade to a Casita Signature Jr. Suite with the “Upgrade Your Summer” package. Rates for both packages start at $169 per night, May 22 through Sept. 6.

Need to escape the heat? Check out one of these off-site activities to cool off:

  • Bring your flashlights to Desert Botanical Garden Thursdays and Saturdays May 23 through Sept. 5 to explore the Garden’s trails by night. Flashlight Tours run 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., letting you experience the Sonoran Desert’s flora and fauna beneath the stars.
  • Have the need for speed? Octane Raceway has you covered with high speed electric karts, trackside bar and grill, billiards, rock wall and arcade. Test your racing skills at the only full-time indoor- and outdoor- track in the United States.
  • Giddy up, cowboy! Take the kids to the recently unveiled Western Spirit: Scottsdale’s Museum of the Westto browse the museum’s vast collection of paintings, sculptures and artifacts that tell the history of the ever-evolving American West.


Boulders Resort & Spa is the perfect destination to de-stress this summer, with two award-winning golf courses and the 33,000-square-foot Spa at The Boulders. If you’re looking to combine the best of golf and spa, the resort is offering the “Two by Fore” package. The package includes private casita accommodations, one round of golf per paying adult with same day replay, a 20 percent spa discount at the spa, as well as complimentary access to spa facilities and unlimited fitness classes. Rates start at $189 per night May 26 through Sept. 10, with a two-night minimum stay.

Challenge yourself to two championship, 18-hole golf courses at JW Marriott Scottsdale Camelback Inn Resort & Spa. Stay now through Dec. 31 and receive casita guest room accommodations and a $100 resort credit per night, which can be put toward golf at 36 holes of championship golf at Camelback Golf Club. The “$100 Resort Credit” package rate starts at $229 per night with promo code: P50.

Can’t get enough of golf? Keep hitting the links at these spots:

  • Combine competition with entertainment at TopGolf Scottsdale at Riverwalk. Perfect for kids or adults with any range of skill level, this state-of-the-art facility challenges you and your friends to score points by aiming for lit-up targets on an outfield with microchipped golf balls. Celebrate your victory or ease the pain of your loss at TopGolf’s full service bar.
  • Golf enthusiasts, listen up. Prepare to rejoice this summer at TPC Scottsdale as you get your greens fix with unlimited golf on the Champions Course. The offer grants you as many rounds in the same day as you’d like June 1 through Sept. 13 with rates starting at $39 per player.
  • Retreat to Starfire Golf Clubfor a challenging 27 hole-course, designed by legendary golf pro Arnold Palmer. Tee times are available throughout the summer with rates starting at $25 per player Monday through Friday, and $35 on Saturday and Sunday.


Step into a luxurious paradise at Royal Palms Resort & Spa with the “Luxe Lounging” package, offered May 26 through Sept. 30. Enjoy two refreshing welcome cocktails and a room upgrade upon arrival before indulging in a hearty meal at T. Cooks with a $25 dining credit. And restore yourself at the Alvadora Spa with a massage or body therapy compliments of two $40 spa credits. Rates start at $149 per night with promo code: PLL.

Channel your inner Monet, Van Gough and O’Keefe with The Hermosa Inn’s “Artist for a Day” summer package. Brush up on your painting skills and retreat to the Inn’s Blue Door Art Studio & Gallery May 1 through Sept. 7 to enjoy a 90-minute private painting lesson with on-property artists, two drink tickets to Last Drop at The Hermosa Inn and accommodations in a luxury casita. Rates start at $355 per night.

Continue the indulgence at one of these off-site restaurants:

  • In the heart of the Scottsdale dining scene, Bink’s Scottsdale offers a relaxed atmosphere and a menu crafted by James Beard nominee Chef Kevin Binkley. His dishes feature locally produced organic meats, fruits and vegetables, paired up with an extensive wine list and a cocktail list from master mixologist Richie Moe.
  • Treat your taste buds to Pig & Pickle. This chic gastropub features eclectic comfort food, hand-crafted cocktails, homemade aioli and freshly grown herbs. With dishes like braised duck and wood-oven-roasted bone marrow and old-school cocktails, this Scottsdale gem will leave you more than satisfied.
  • Hand over the culinary reins to Chef Joshua Hebert when you dine at the upscale Posh “Improvisational Cuisine.” Provide Chef Hebert your dining preferences and dietary restrictions, and he’ll whip you up a customized menu on the spot.
Dance Club

In the Mix: Darlene Love, Duke Dumont, Citizen Cope

Citizen Cope @ The Marque

Citizen Cope, Clarence Greenwood, started out as the DJ for hip hop group Basehead, but now records under his own label and is an American songwriter and performer. He released three albums starting in 2004 with his first self-titled album and “Every Waking Moment” debuted at No. 69 on the Billboard 200 chart in 2006. Cope managed his own record label, Rainwater Recordings, to have full control over his creativity and music. Citizen Cope has joined Sheryl Crow on stage to perform his song “Sideways” and performed with Eric Clapton. He has toured for ten years and has headlined nationally. Cope has opened for Carlos Santana and the Dave Matthews Band, and has sung with many other legends. Citizen Cope sings a mix of blues, soul, folk, and rock music that brings out his creativity and originality.

The Marquee, 730 N. Mill Ave., Wednesday, Oct. 29, 9 p.m., $40, Buy tickets here


Duke Dumont @ Maya Day and Nightclub

British DJ and music producer, Adam George Dyment, has remixed a number of hits and now records under his own record label, Blasé Boys Club. Duke Dumont released “Need U (100%)” in March 2013 and it was recently nominated for “Best Dance Recording” at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards. In Dumont’s early years, he was mentored by Switch, who helped him make his first remixes. Dumont started to gain recognition when two of his EPs, “For Club Play Only Vol.1” and “Vol.2,” were played on BBC Radio 1 and BBC RADIO 1Xtra. Peformed by Annie Mac, Dumont’s single “I Got U” snatched the No.1 position on the Official UK Singles Chart and was included in his album released in September 2014. Traveling from Britain, Duke Dumont has dominated the UK, but is now here to share his nationally-recognized remixes and original tracks at the Maya Day and Nightclub.

Maya Day and Nightclub, 7333 E. Indian Plaza, Thursday, Oct. 30, 9 p.m., $25.50, Buy tickets here


Darlene Love @ The Showroom at Talking Stick Resort

As a minister’s daughter, Darlene Love started her career early by singing in the church choir at ten years old and being recognized by the choir director of Music Mart. Love had her first musical experience at Music Mart, where she did some broadcast and performed. She was introduced into the music industry as a back-up vocalist singing back-up for some of the biggest hits of the 1960s, such as Shelley Fabares “Johnny Angel,” Bobby Pickett’s “Monster Mash,” and Frank Sinatra’s rendition of “That’s Life.” Love sang lead for the first time on a single called “He’s a Rebel” and it soared to No.1 on the U.S Hot 100. Darlene Love has gained the respect of the industry and recorded many hits as a back-up vocalist and lead vocalist. Love was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in March 2011 and continues to surprise America.

The Showroom at Talking Stick Resort, 9800 E. Indian Bend Rd., Saturday, Nov. 1, 8 p.m., $25-$95, Buy tickets here

Diplo, from lifelounge.com.au

In the Mix: Yellowcard, Diplo and Lonestar

Lonestar @ The Showroom at Talking Stick Resort

Squeeze into those cowboy boots and grab your hat to tip off to the American country music group Lonestar. First formed as Texassee, Lonestar was signed to BNA Records in 1995 and released their first single, “Tequila Talkin,” that hit No. 8 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. Their seventh album, “Let’s Be Us Again,” produced three hit singles: “Let’s Be Us Again” reached No. 4 on the country charts, “Mr. Mom” reached No. 1, and “Class Reunion (That Used To Be Us) reached No. 16 in 2005. Lonestar has released 11 albums with a plethora of hits. Lonestar has made country music come alive in their recently-released album “Life as We Know it,” keeping true to their roots. Get your two step on with Lonestar this weekend at the Talking Stick Resort as this quartet starts its third decade together in country music.

Talking Stick Resort, 9800 E. Indian Bend Rd., Friday, Oct. 17, 8 p.m., $35-$120, Buy tickets here


Diplo @ Maya Day and Nightclub

Even if you don’t know you know Diplo, you do. Whether it’s in the background of a Beyonce, Usher, Shakira, Snoop Dogg or even Brittany Spears and Biebs record, Diplo has left his mark on pop music. Over summer, he released “Random White Dude Be Everywhere” on his Mad Decent label, and we can’t help but agree…Even though he invades airwaves everywhere, there’s really nothing like seeing the LA DJ live. Throw your fists into the wind and enjoy!

Maya Day and Nightclub, 7333 E. Indian Plaza, Saturday, Oct. 18, 9 p.m., $25, Buy tickets here


Yellowcard & Memphis May Fire@ The Marquee

If someone was to make a “party foul,” such as knock over a beer or fall down stairs, they would be rewarded a yellow card. Yellowcard was named after this phrase used in high school and it stuck with them as they formed a band in Jacksonville, Florida. The pop punk/alternative rock band had their first hit single, “Ocean Avenue,” that quickly climbed to No.1. Yellowcard began to produce music for all outlets and started traveling , such as “Empty Apartment” featured on One Tree Hill, headlined for the 2004 Warped Tour, performed “Ocean Avenue” at the 2004 MTV Video Music Awards and taking home an MTV2 award, “Way Away” appeared on the SSX3 and Madden NFL 2004 soundtracks, and “Gifts and Curses” appeared in Spider Man 2. Don’t miss out on hearing all the hits live from Yellowcard’s nine albums, including “Lift a Sail” released this year.

The Marquee, 730 N. Mill Ave., Sunday, Oct. 19, 7:30 p.m., $31.50, Buy tickets here


Cazzette photo from Rukes.com

In the Mix: Nick Jonas, Cazzette and Robotic Pirate Monkey

Nick Jonas @ Piper Repertory Theater at The Mesa Arts Center

Separating from the pop-rock band the Jonas Brothers, Nick Jonas is making it as a solo artist. The youngest of three brothers, he is known from his years on the Disney Channel playing in multiple movies and starring in a series called “JONAS.” Jonas is a multi-faceted musician with his diverse background on the broadway stage, television and touring with his brothers. Aside from the Jonas Brothers, he worked on a solo project called Nick Jonas & the Adminsitration that went on a 22-date tour in 2010. Two years later, he signed with Island Records and has recently released “Chains” as the first song off of his eponymous album that hit stands Nov. 11. Jonas will lead a Club Tour throughout the U.S. this fall, but score a seat at The Mesa Arts Center to see him before he jets out nationally.

Piper Repertory Theater at The Mesa Arts Center, 1 E. Main St., Saturday, Sept. 27, 7:30 p.m., $25 to $30, Buy tickets here


Cazzette @ Maya Day and Nightclub

Swedes Sebastian Furrer and Alexander Bjorklund make up the duo behind the turn tables called Cazette. Originally two producers in Stockholm, blending dubstep and house music, they were the innovators behind the sound they named “dub house.” Dubhouse was first produced to the masses in a 2011 remix of Avicii’s single “Sweet Dreams.” The duo found themselves later signed to At Night Management, who also managed Avicii. Cazette released an official remix of Swedish House Mafia’s “Save the World” and a remix to Adele’s “Set Fire to the Rain” that were eaten up by the public. Their remix of Adele’s “Set Fire to the Rain” hit number one on Hype machine’s top trending downloads. With multiple remixes gaining widespread popularity, Cazette began playing internationally from Ushuaia in Ibiza to the Radio City Music Hall in New York City.

Maya Day and Nightclub, 7333 E. Indian Plaza, Friday, Sept. 26, 9 p.m., $15, Buy tickets here

Culture Shock Presents Robotic Pirate Monkey @ The Green Room

The trio has hit the electronic scene with their fresh and unique sound. Emerging in 2010, Matt Berryhill, Matt Flesher, and Andres Hathaway, blend dubstep with jam for their own sound that has created a global following for Robotic Pirate Monkey. Still new to the music world, Robotic Pirate Monkey has shared the stage with Big Gigantic, Crystal Castles Zeds Dead, and other national touring acts, and this is only the beginning. Experience Robotic Pirate Monkey’s new sound on their six-week tour on the West Coast in Flagstaff this Saturday.

The Green Room, 15 N Agassiz St., Saturday, Sept. 27, 9 p.m., $5 to $10, Buy tickets here


Mickey Avalon press image

In the Mix: Mickey Avalon returns to Phoenix

Theory of a Deadman, Fozzy, and 3 Pill Morning @ The Marquee
Canadian alternative rock band Theory of a Deadman formed in 2001 and has recorded seven top ten hits on the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. With help from Nickleback’s Chad Kroeger, Theory of a Deadman slipped Kroeger a demo and was the first signed to his record label, 604 Records. The four-man band has recorded five albums and “Bad Girlfriend” and “Lowlife” have been the all-time fan favorites.. Heavy metal bands Fozzy and 3 Pill Morning will be opening up for Theory of a Deadman at The Marquee Theatre.
The Marquee, 730 N Mill Ave., Wednesday, Sept. 17, 7:30 p.m., $32, Buy tickets here

Mickey Avalon @ Crescent Ballroom
Raised by a heroin-addicted father and drug-dealing mother, Mickey Avalon turned his life struggles into hip-hop singles. Avalon lost his father at a young age from a drunk-driving accident and his sister from a heroin overdose. In his early 20s, he was divorced with a daughter and was falling victim to the ways of his parents as he lived in poverty. At rock bottom, Avalon knew he wanted a more fulfilling life and moved to Los Angeles. Ex-MTV VJ, Simon Rex, acted as a mentor to Avalon and collaborated on some of his own tracks. Avalon’s tapes were passed out to numerous Los Angeles nightclubs by his friend Dirt Nasty. His raw talent and honest lyrics appealed to a large audience and clubs sold out across California for his live show. Interscope Records immediately signed him and a self-titled album hit the stands. “Jane Fonda,” “Mr.Right,” and “My Dick” became favorites among his fans and spread quickly through the internet. Recently, Avalon has released a new album, titled “Loaded,” revealing his dark times on the streets in Hollywood and trapped in his own destructive self. Avalon sings from experience and sincerity that makes rock-n-roll come to life.
Crescent Ballroom, 308 N. 2nd Ave., Friday, Sept. 19, 11 p.m., $21 to $25, Buy tickets here

Oliver Heldens @ Maya Day and Nightclub
Born in the Netherlands, Oliver Heldens is a new breakthrough artist in the industry. Heldens’ single “Gecko” was released on DJ Tiesto’s Musical Freedom record label and climbed the charts quickly. Hitting number one on the DMC Magazine Buzz Chart at the end of 2013, he has been signed to Tiesto’s label and will be making appearances at EDC, Tomorrowland, and Amnesia Ibiza. His success continues to grow with investing in his own radio show, Heldeep, and releasing his Heldeep Mixtape. Don’t miss out on this dance party Saturday night; it is only the beginning.
Maya Day and Nightclub, 7333 E. Indian Plaza, Saturday, Sept. 20, 9 p.m., $15, Buy tickets here

Gareth Emery

In the Mix: Gareth Emery + Sunday Football Frenzy

9/5: Gareth Emery @ Maya Day and Nightclub
Gareth Emery, one of the hottest trance and progressive house DJs on tour, is set to perform at Maya Day and Nightclub this Friday. The England native was ranked No. 9 in DJ Magazine’s Top 100 poll in 2009 and has continually proven why since his first vinyl release, a remix of “Nervous Breakdown” by The Shrink, broadcasted on BBC Radio 1. Emery has consistently composed, produced and engineered his records and played them all over the world at hundreds of high-end clubs and festivals. This young Brit has gone international and will be stationed right here in Arizona lighting up the dance floor and giving a performance you won’t want to miss!
Maya Day and Nightclub, 7333 E. Indian School Rd., Scottsdale, Friday, Sept. 5, 9 p.m., 21+

Bob Log III @ The Crescent Ballroom
Who wears a full cannonball suit, motorcycle helmet and plays the guitar and drums? Bob Log III. Kick off your weekend at the Crescent Ballroom in Phoenix, featuring Bob Log III playing his one-man show. Log began his career in Tucson, Arizona by joining Doo Rag, Delta blues rock duo. After six years, he disbanded from the duo and started a solo career playing his slide guitar, drums and singing to the Delta blues rock genre he knows. Log released his first two albums, School Bus and Trike, in 1998 under indie label, Epitaph Records. In 2003, Log released his latest record, Log Bomb, under Fat Possum, whom he is still signed with today. Bob Log III has toured in more than 30 countries and plays more than 150 shows a year. This one-man show will rock the stage this Friday in Phoenix.
Crescent Ballroom, 308 N. 2nd Ave., Phoenix, Friday, Sept. 5, 8 p.m., $12 to $14 

Sunday Football Frenzy @ The Talking Stick Resort
Sip the fizz off of that overflowing beer, devour the restaurant-style food and enjoy the game with your friends in “front-row” seating at the Talking Stick Resort this Sunday. Every Sunday morning during football season, the Showroom at Talking stick fires up giant HD screens and a surround sound that will keep you on your toes. During half time, take a break from the action and test your luck on a table of Blackjack or on the slots. Parking is free and there is no cover charge. Get your crew out of the house and off the couches to enjoy this football season in style. Don’t forget to arrive at least an hour before kick-off to claim your seats.
Showroom at Talking Stick Resort, 9800 E. Indian Bend Rd., Scottsdale, Sunday, Sept. 7, (though January 18), 10 a.m., more info


Catch ETC! ETC! at Trapfest

In the Mix: Trapfest, John Dahlbäck, DJ Skratchy

This weekend is starting off with a bang in downtown Phoenix with Trapfest, presented by  Crowdsurf Concerts & Relentless Beats. Trapfest will featuring ETC! ETC!,  Ookay, & Tropkillaz. LA born and raised producer ETC!ETC! has spent most of his studio life in the Electro House genre, but his transition to Moombahton productions is what has been gaining a lot of steam.  OoKay, the San Diego based producer, Ookay exploded into the electronic dance music scene and is known for his iconic bandana. Ookay has quickly become one of the young leaders in the league of superstar Trap producers.   In three years, Ookay has dropped the beat and gained the respect of fans in concert halls, festivals, clubs and historic music venues.  Ookay’s grand impression on the world will continue to stay strong.  Lastly, Tropkillaz, the duo formed by two top Brazilian producers DJ Zegon and Laudz, will headline Friday night.   DJ Zegon is no rookies with a career spanning over 20 years and is one of Brazil’s most respected DJs and Producers.  He has worked on over 100 records, including collaborations with Kanye West, M.I.A, and a few Wu Tang Members. Former member of the group N.A.S.A, he toured the world with their debut album “The Spirit of Apollo” and performed in festivals such as Coachella.  DJ Laudz is an up and coming DJ bringing a young energy to the duo. Trapfest is also hosting performances by Pickster One, Decade, XOXO, Wisko, Suspect Zero, Retnuh, Orsini, Kalos, and Gl!tch.
The Pressroom, 441 W. Madison St. Phoenix, Friday July 18, 9 p.m., $25 and VIP $55, buy tickets here

Hailing from Stockholm, DJ John Dahlbäck, is a record label owner and music producer who has collaborated with some of the best. His collaboration “Blink Again” with Benny Benassi launched his career in 2013. In 2011, his single featuring Erik Hassle, “One Last Ride,” was added to national radio in Sweden and played by the Swedish House Mafia on their Pete Tong Radio1 show. His weekly radio show, “Mutants,” is broadcasted on more than 25 stations all around the world. This international powerhouse has performed at huge festivals including Tomorrowland and TomorrowWorld. His most recent release, “Fireflies,” featuring Melanie Fontana, on June 23 has all ready received more than 250,000 plays on SoundCloud.
Maya Day and Nightclub, 7333 East Indian Plaza Scottsdale, Friday, July 18, 9 p.m., $14, buy tickets here

Sunday Funday parties never disappoint at El Hefe, and DJ Skratchy will be getting the party started this Sunday. The Los Feliz native, started displaying his love for music through the turntables at the  age of 14.  He progressively moved up from house parties into the notorious Hollywood club
scene. Currently, he can be found every week playing a blend of all genres of crowd-pleasing music at Tao Las Vegas. DJ Skratchy is also part of the infamous SKAM Artist crew, which is nationally recognized for being one of the industries most elite DJ crews.
El Hefe Scottsdale, 4425 N Saddlebag Trl., Scottsdale, Sunday July 20

DJ LuJan

In the Mix: Hottest club shows July 8 to 14

Scottsdale will be graced by some of the most talented and diverse DJs in the game this weekend. Up-and-coming talent, a Valley native and veteran names will be headlining at some of the top venues all weekend.


Milo & Otis, a side-project between two Orlando based DJs Killagraham and NMYZ, took off and is doing great things in term of music.  Their music focuses on an experimental, melodic, moombahton and jump-step sound. The duo has established that they are quite the jokers – their bio reads ‘Professional fake book writer and a leprechaun farmer who’s a gambler” and they always are having the best time preforming.  Their remix of Oasis’ “Wonderwall” has a huge hit and the duo preformed at their first festival this year, Mysteryland.  This up and coming duo is definitely making a big name for themselves in the EDM world.
Maya Day and Night Club, 7333 East Indian Plaza Scottsdale , sletickets.com, Friday, July 11, 9 p.m., $14


One of the Valley top local acts, Phoenix born and raised DJ LuJan AKA Jay Lujan, will be headlining Saturday at the Release Pool Party.  Lujan has quickly risen to the ranks of excellence in the EDM scene. In 2007, LuJan’s career expanded from professional DJ to production to project manager for one of Arizona’s premier EDM promotions and production companies, Relentless Beats.  LuJan’s was nominated for Arizona Nightlife Industry Awards ‘Best EDM DJ.’ He will be setting the tone Saturday with his progression, tech-y, melodic, driving house, trance, and electro beats. DJ LuJan likes to take the audience on a progressive journey with music and Saturday is one journey you do not want to miss.
Talking Stick Resort, 9800 E. Indian Bend Rd., Scottsdale, Sunday July 12, 11 a.m.-5p.m.


Know for his multi-genre music style, Sid Vicious, is guaranteed to keep the crowd wanting more this Sunday at El Hefe. Sid’s passion for music lead him into drumming and he toured the world as a professional drummer. Sid Vicious returned to DJing and uses his extensive knowledge of all genres to perfect his sets. In 2010 he was voted as San Diego’s favorite DJ as well as he holds monthly residencies at some of the top clubs in the US. Sid has worked with A-list artists like Pink, Black Eyed Peas, Busta Rhymes, Snoop Dogg, LMFAO, Lil Jon, Jemaine Dupri, and Jamie Foxx.  Sid’s passion for music can be seen with every drop of the bass and Sunday at El Hefe will be no different.
El Hefe Scottsdale, 4425 N. Saddlebag Trl., Scottsdale, Sunday July 13

Brillz will be spinning his trapped-out blend of hip-hop and EDM Sunday at Maya Day + Nightclub. Brillz was a founding member of a dance crew called Liquid Pop Collective before producing and DJing. His Kill The Noise “Roots” remix put him on the map as producer.  His next release was a two-track collaboration with Diplo and a remix of Zedd’s “Clarity” was his next hit. Brillz them made a bold move within the DJ scene and released a full-length album titled “Twonk.” BRILLZ has also released popular remixes, including a remix of Jay-Z’s “Dirt Off Your Shoulders,” a remix of Jack Beats’ “About to Get Fresh,” and a remix of Kill The Noises’ “Talk to Me.”  There is no better way to party this Sunday in valley then with Brillz.
Maya Day and Night Club, 7333 East Indian Plaza Scottsdale, sletickets.com, Sunday, July 13, 11 a.m., $14, VIP $37

Meet the Models of Scottsdale 16: Mel Rodriguez

Mel Rodriguez

Mel Rodriguez

Scottsdale 16, a part of Steve LeVine Entertainment & Public Relations, is an elite group of young, beautiful women in Arizona who can be booked for a variety of events. These outgoing women provide a professional yet fun vibe to any atmosphere hosting corporate parties, special events, modeling for promotional or runway shows.

Meet Scottsdale 16’s Mel Rodriguez, who recently shared summer hair trends with Scottsdale Living.

How did you start modeling?
My parents always said I was photogenic and took me to my first casting when I was a kid to pursue it. I decided not to pursue modeling until I was 17. I started working promotional events, and then started to shoot and fell in love with it.

What type of modeling do you like the most and why?
I love fashion and outdoor shoots. I love to capture the moment and create the perfect pose even when it’s awkward. Print work, commercial and live shoots!

What is your favorite shoot you’ve done?
That’s hard to choose, but one of favorites is a lingerie-angel style shoot with six-feet-long wings. I love Victoria’s Secret’s themes, so that shoot was defintely fun to film and shoot.

What’s your favorite modeling photo?
My shoot for my IMKING.com look book and eating ice cream while posing.

What advice would you give to someone interested in modeling?
Be patient and start a modeling portfolio, which looks professional when applying for a modeling opportunity.  Also, understand you have to shoot a few free/trade modeling shoots until you get comfortable in front of the camera. Never give up, have a great attitude and take constructive criticism well!

What is your favorite place to eat in Scottsdale?
Sushi Roku!

What is your favorite bar/nightclub in Scottsdale?
Maya (Day and Nightclub)!

Meet the Models of Scottsdale 16: Jenna Wood

Scottsdale 16, part of Steve LeVine Entertainment & Public Relations, is an elite group of young, beautiful women in Arizona who can be booked for a variety of events. These outgoing ladies provide a professional yet fun vibe to any atmosphere, whether they’re hosting corporate parties, special events, modeling for promotional events or walking at runway shows.

Jenna Wood

Jenna Wood

Meet Jenna Wood, who recently gave Scottsdale Living a few of her favorite swimsuit trends this summer!

How did you start modeling?
I grew up dancing at a studio. When I stepped into the professional dance industry, it was important to have a modeling portfolio. It all blossomed from there once I met the right people.

What type of modeling do you like the most and why?
I prefer print over runway because I’m not among the tallest girls. I like fun and sexy shoots, something tasteful yet unique.

What is your favorite shoot you’ve done?
I did a really amazing photoshoot at an abandoned potato barn a few years ago. It was a huge venue with tons of graffiti and broken glass. We got creative and had a blast.

What’s your favorite modeling photo?
My favorite photo, to this day, is a shoot I did when I was 18 by Benizo. He caught me in a perfect high-kick while wearing heels and a fedora! It’s such a beautiful shot and he is an amazing photographer.

What advice would you give someone interesting in modeling?
I would recommend practicing in the mirror. I grew up in a dance studio so I spent years in front of a wall of mirrors. It’s important when learning your angles and how to use light.

What is your favorite place to eat in Scottsdale?
I think I could eat at Sushi Roku everyday for the rest of my life. It’s definitely the freshest sushi you can find in Scottsdale, combined with a sexy atmosphere and fantastic service. Every time I walk in, they bring me a glass of my usual Malbec!

What is your favorite bar/nightclub in Scottsdale?
If I’m in the mood to get dolled up, I definitely love Maya. It’s a little taste of Vegas and they always have my favorite DJs. If I’m just trying to go out and have a beer, I stay at El Hefe Scottsdale or Bottled Blonde.

Meet the Models of Scottsdale 16: Grace Koval

Grace Koval

Grace Koval

Scottsdale 16, part of Steve LeVine Entertainment & Public Relations, is an elite group of young, beautiful women in Arizona who can be booked for a variety of events. These outgoing ladies provide a professional yet fun vibe to any atmosphere, whether they’re hosting corporate parties, special events, modeling for promotional events or walking at runway shows.

Meet Grace Koval, who recently gave us tips on the best ways to “sweat pretty” this summer.

How did you start modeling?
Opportunities started right after I moved to Scottsdale and started with Scottsdale 16.

What type of modeling do you like the most and why?
Print modeling is easier for me because I walk way too fast on the runway!

What is your favorite shoot you’ve done?
So far, working with Michael Franco has been my most favorite. He is absolutely amazing at what he does and he is going places!

What’s your favorite modeling photo?
Of course, it is one by Michael Franco.

What advice would you give someone interesting in modeling?
What is meant to be will happen. Work hard, stay healthy and keep your body in great condition. The confidence will show!

What is your favorite place to eat in Scottsdale?
There are a few spots: I love Sushi Roku at W Scottsdale. I also love to go to the Gelato Spot for dessert! They have the best gelato!

What is your favorite bar/nightclub in Scottsdale?
If I am going to be dancing, Maya! If I want to relax, Casablanca or W Scottsdale!

Ferry Corsten

In the Mix: Three Must-See DJs This Weekend

Do not let the work week and these hot summer days get in your way of partying with some of the of the top names in the EDM scene who are in the Valley this weekend.

Ferry Corsten @ Maya
EDM junkies get ready for one of the genres pioneers, Ferry Corsten, this Friday, June 13, at Maya Day and Night Club in Old Town Scottsdale.   For over 20 years the trance, electro, and house producer and DJ has been at the forefront of bring dance music into mainstream pop culture.  Corsten’s music includes collaborations with big names in the business including Armin Van Buuren and Tiesto, so there is nothing less then a great show to expect from this award winning music veteran.
Maya Day and Night Club, 7333 E. Indian Plaza, Scottsdale, mayaclubaz.com/events, Friday, June 13, 9 p.m., $20


What So Not @ Monarch
Hailing from Australia this duo is set to hit that stage at the Monarch Theatre Saturday June, 14 to celebrate Relentlessbeats two year anniversary of teaming up with the Monarch.    Their intense live shows and sound had them dubbed the ‘Voice of the ADD generation’ and on Saturday we can only assume they will live up to their name.
Monarch Theatre, 122 E. Washington St., Phoenix, relentlessbeats.com/events,  Saturday June 14, 9 p.m.,  $18 adv, $35 VIP

Solstice Saturdays- Senbad and Salaz
Solstice Saturdays at Bar Smith, with include performances from DJ Senbad and DJ Salaz.  In 1997, Senbad played his first club gig in Scottsdale and has been around the Valley ever since. Senbad formed his relationship with Pete “SuperMix” Salaz and they soon they became business partners. The duo brings their deep house music to this weekly packed rooftop event.
Bar Smith, 130 E. Washington St., Phoenix, 9 p.m., $10

LUSTRE Rooftop Garden at Kimpton's Hotel Palomar Phoenix.

Catch the first wave of pool parties this weekend

One of the perks of living in Arizona is that April means the kickoff of pool party season. While people elsewhere are still rocking their snow boots, we here in Scottsdale are ready to bare down to our bikinis for some serious pool time, great music and tasty cocktails. Here are the details on the first pool parties of the season:

  • Talking Stick Resort’s RELEASE parties are returning to the Valley this Saturday! The RELEASE pool parties will take place every Saturday and Sunday and feature performances by some of the top Las Vegas, Miami, San Diego and San Francisco DJs. New this year is an outdoor concert pool venue that will bring in bands such as Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers, Staind, Collective Soul and 311. There is no admission fee during regular weekends, and the resort has cabana and daybed reservations available. Though pool party entry is free, Talking Stick Resort does charge for outdoor concerts. talkingstickresort.com – 9800 E. Indian Bend Road, Scottsdale
  • Also this Saturday, you can find David Guetta spinning live at Maya Day + Nightclub! Guetta, a multi-Grammy Award winning DJ is performing Saturday afternoon at Maya before he hits the stage at Coachella. General admission tickets are $90 and VIP tickets are $216. VIP tickets include priority admission, access to VIP area behind the DJ booth, and a private bar with specialty cocktails. mayaclubaz.com – 7333 E. Indian Plaza, Scottsdale
  • Also at Maya Day + Nightclub are Day Dreamin Saturday and Sunday Phunday. Maya resident DJs Soloman, Knick Knack, Jason Merm and Trill Tone will heat up the pool every Saturday and Sunday this summer. Expect to see some yet-to-be-announced national and international DJs perform throughout the summer as well. Admission for each day is $10 for girls, $15 for guys. mayaclubaz.com – 7333 E. Indian Plaza, Scottsdale
  • Saturday and Sunday pool parties at W Scottsdale’s WET are up and running for 2014. A variety of DJs will spin as you enjoy the pool and cool drinks. Admission is $10 for non-hotel guests, and the hotel offers daybeds and cabana reservations. wscottsdalehotel.com – 7277 E. Camelback Road, Scottsdale
New Year Girl

Toast 2014 at these bubbly, luxe and fabulous NYE parties

Did you wait until the last minute to make plans for toasting the New Year? It’s not too late to add planning to your resolution list! In the meantime, we collected a list of loud, elegant and fabulous NYE parties perfect for finding someone to smooch at midnight — or to just dance away the final minutes of 2013.


Party Like It’s 1925 @ Sandbar

Grab your pearls and throw on that risqué ankle-bearing dress because the Sandbar is hosting a chic 1920s-themed New Year Eve party. Guests are invited to get all gussied up in their finest flapper dresses, suits and top hats, or other classic Roaring Twenties garb and kick off the New Year in classic style. Of course, this being the Sandbar, the party will still have a distinctively casual beach vibe, including a Coronitas toast at midnight, as well as $5 glasses of Champagne and live music all night long.  It’s sure to be the party of the decade, or any decade. 7200 W. Ray Rd., Chandler//21001 N. Tatum Blvd., Phoenix @

Bottles and Bow Ties @ The Mint

Break the bank this New Years Eve, or at least look like you did, at The Mint’s “Bottles & Bow Ties” party on Tuesday, December 31, 2013. Scottsdale’s finest ultra-lounge invites you to don your finest duds and go all out at this exclusive New Year’s Eve bash with live music spinning all night long and a midnight champagne toast to ring in the New Year right. 7373 E. Camelback Rd., Scottsdale @ 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.

El Hefe Grand Opening

Riot Hospitality Group (RHG) will celebrate the grand opening of the contemporary Mexican restaurant-bar El Hefe Super Macho Taqueria in Tempe on NYE. The celebration will take place in the courtyard behind El Hefe and RHG’s newest venue, Public House on Sixth. 640 S. Mill Ave., Tempe @ 5 p.m.

“Luxe Life” New Years Eve w/ Audien @ Maya Day + Nightclub
Guests are invited to ring in the New Year in luxury with bubbles and beats. The nightclub will be decked out in gold and silver decor as we celebrate the first-ever New Years Eve at Māyā Day + Nightclub for a one-of-a-kind experience. DJ Audien will be returning to Māyā on December 31 after his performance at Sound Wave music festival in September to ring in the New Year. The DJ/producer has been producing tracks and remixes for a number of labels making a big mark on the Beatport trance charts. 7333 E. Indian Plaza @ 9 p.m.

New Year’s Eve @ Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row

Join Whiskey Row to ring in the New Year! Enjoy live music by Ryan Bexley and delicious drinks all night. No cover and no dress code. 4420 N. Saddlebag Trail @ 11 a.m., DJ set @ 10 p.m.

One Night in Bangkok New Years Eve @ W Scottsdale
Guests will make their way up to the WET deck where paper lanterns will be strung from the balconies and palm trees along with a Buddhist shrine where the walls will be draped in red and gold. The evening will include live entertainment acts, gambling tables and the annual W ball drop that will help ring in the new year. Guests will also have the chance to win a trip to the W Bangkok with airfare included. 7277 E. Camelback Rd., Scottsdale @ 5 p.m.

New Year’s Eve at Talking Stick Resort

Talking Stick Resort encourages guests to relive the ’80s on Dec. 31 when it hosts “Studio TSR Strikes Back.” The property will kick off the festive celebration with a dinner followed by the sounds of Buster Poindexter and Las Vegas tribute band Loveshack. Fans will feel as though they traveled back in time as Poindexter belts out his popular renditions of “Hot Hot Hot,” “Bad Boy” and “House of the Rising Sun.” But the thrilling extravaganza will not end there. Loveshack is slated to command the stage, performing ’80s classics such as Human League’s “Don’t You Want Me” and The Go-Go’s “We Got the Beat.”  Come out and relish in the decade that made leg warmers and shoulder pads must-have accessories.  A large snow and bubble shower will fill the room at the stroke of midnight. 9800 E. Indian Bend Rd., Scottsdale @ 6:30 p.m. for dinner and the show. Concert @ 9 p.m.

Raven’s 8th Annual New Year’s Eve Gala

If you’re in the mood for an upscale New Year’s Eve soiree, try Talking Stick Resort’s Raven’s 8th Annual New Year’s Eve Gala. Attendees will be treated to a musical night of bliss in the showroom as Scottsdale-based band, SMASHT performs popular tunes from a variety of genres including Top 40, rock, pop, hip hop, disco and funk. DJ KILO is sure to keep the party going as he plays his mix of dance singles during the band’s intermission. In addition to an appetizer buffet, the evening will include a spacious dance floor, complimentary parking, drink specials and complimentary champagne toast at midnight. Guest must wear semi-formal to black tie attire. 9800 E. Indian Bend Rd., Scottsdale @ 8 p.m.

New Year’s Eve at Degree 270

Head up to the 14th floor at Talking Stick Resort and join the party in nightclub Degree 270. Guests are in store for a night of nonstop fun as a live DJ is plays the latest top radio hits. The festive celebration will include dancing on the club’s large dance floor, party favors and champagne toast at midnight. 9800 E. Indian Bend Rd., Scottsdale @ 8 p.m.

New Year’s Eve at Casino Arizona

Casino Arizona also is recapturing the essence of the ’80s and everyone is welcome to attend! Come celebrate the New Year with a festive dance party in the Showroom featuring famed tribute act, The Whip-Its. Characters, Dieter and Ivanka Hump, a European dominatrix who dons a whip and leather get-up, will have audiences laughing hysterically as they tell jokes in between musical numbers. Audiences will groove and sway as the performers sing classic ’80s anthems like Blondie’s “One Way or Another,” Rick Springfield’s “Jessie’s Girl” and so many more. A dinner buffet, balloon drop, champagne toast and two complimentary drinks are included in the package. 524 N. 92nd St., Phoenix @ 6:30 p.m. Dinner @ 7 p.m. Concert @ 9 p.m.

New Year’s Eve @ Arizona Room Patio Grill

End the year in the best way possible with live entertainment and delicious delights in the Arizona Room Patio Grill. Guests can prepare to dance the night away as the four-member live band, Sapphire Sky performs a number of festive tunes. The New Year’s Eve bash will include a dinner buffet, complimentary appetizers, champagne toast at midnight and one drink ticket. 524 N. 92nd St., Phoenix @ 6:30 p.m.

Nick Cannon, WEB

SKAM Artist Nick Cannon Comes to Scottsdale

Mariah Carey’s hubby Nick “Prince Charming” Cannon is coming to Scottsdale’s Maya Day & Nightclub (7333 E. Indian Plaza) on Sunday, Jan. 19, at 9 p.m.

The “America’s Got Talent” host has been a hip-hop DJ for 10 years — ever since releasing his eponymous debut album in 2003 — and switched gears with the release his sophomore album “White People Party Music” (aka electronic dance music, EDM) in 2013. “WPPM” features Afrojack, Flo Rida and Pitbull. Tickets here.

Here’s Cannon, performing “White People Party Music” song “Me Sexy” in a white suit:

San Pamilla

Things to Do This Week!

School may have started but summertime fun still continues. Some say the fall is even more fun. Well, we think that since it’s still going to at least feel like summer for another month, party it up!

• Arizona Rattlers vs Philadelphia Soul @ ArenaBowl

Saturday, August 17, 2013. Airs at 1 p.m. on CBS.
Tune in to watch the Rattlers defend their title against the Philadelphia Soul in what promises to be an action-packed repeat of last year’s ArenaBowl. For more information, click here.

MAYA_Stargaze_Flyer_0818• Stargaze Nightswim @ Maya Day + Nightclub

Sunday, August 18, 2013. Doors open at 6 p.m.. 21+ Event
Swim under the stars this Sunday at Maya Day + Nightclub with performances by Nathan Feeser, Lujan, J Alan, Will Power, Big Mix, Juany Bravo, DJ Jen Jones, and KATLYNX. For VIP table reservations, please contact Nolan at 602.810.0736 or Nolan@MayaClubAZ.com.

• Intimate Fashion Series “Sherre’s Boutique” in the Living Room @ W Scottsdale

Thursday, August 22, 2013. Begins at 9 p.m. 21+Event
Guests are invited to sip cocktails and find fashion inspiration for their wardrobe as Sherre’s Clothing Company shows their stuff. Brands to include Bailey 44, Michael Stars, Ella Moss, Paige Jeans, Hudson Jeans, Johnny Was, and more.
For VIP table reservations, contact VIP@triyar.com or call 602.405.0099.

• Quintino @ Maya Day + Nightclub

Friday, August 23, 2013. Doors open at 9 p.m. 21+ Event
The Dutch DJ and producer was discovered by house mastermind Laidback Luke at the age of 18. His 2011 release “Epic,” featuring Sandro Silva and Dada Life, topped the Dutch Top 40 Charts and went platinum in Holland and gold in Belgium. For VIP table reservations, please contact Nolan at 602.810.0736 or Nolan@MayaClubAZ.com.

• Mark-Taylor Summer of Love Pool Party @ SanPamilla, Tempe

Saturday, August 24, 2013. From 12 – 4 p.m. All Ages Allowed
Love lives at Mark-Taylor! Our legendary Summer of Love Pool Parties continue as we celebrate the summer at San Pamilla in Tempe. Enjoy food, drinks and prize giveaways, with music poolside by DJ Paul Nazzaro. RSVP at www.mark-taylor.com/summer-of-love.

• Krewella @ Maya Day + Nightclub

Sunday, August 25, 2013. Doors open at 11 a.m. 21+ Event
Electro-house/Dubstep trio Krewella released their hit single “Alive” off their EP Play Hard in February. “Alive” remained on the Billboard dance charts for 32 straight weeks before hitting No. 1 in June of 2013 and went Gold after reaching 500,000 in sales. For VIP table reservations, please contact Nolan at 602.810.0736 or Nolan@MayaClubAZ.com.


Gareth Emery, Cedric Gervais, Will Sparks & More at MĀYĀ DAY + NIGHTCLUB

There are some hot happenings at Māyā Day + Nightclub this fall! Thankfully, the weather’s cooling down and though we’re sure the heels aren’t getting shorter, the days and nights are getting sweeter with some crazy sexy DJs. Steve LeVine Entertainment & Public Relations (SLE) and Disco Donnie Presents (DDP) announce  the September lineup of internationally acclaimed DJ’s who will be performing at Māyā Day + Nightclub to kick off the cool(er) season:
The end of August will include performances by the following:

08/23 :: Quintino – The Dutch DJ and producer was discovered by house mastermind Laidback Luke at the age of 18. His 2011 release “Epic,” featuring Sandro Silva and Dada Life, topped the Dutch Top 40 Charts and went platinum in Holland and gold in Belgium. Doors open at 9 p.m.
08/25 :: Krewella with Dzeko & Torres – Electro-house/Dubstep trio Krewella released their hit single “Alive” off their EP Play Hard released in February. “Alive” remained on the Billboard dance charts for 32 straight weeks before hitting No. 1 in June of 2013 and went Gold after reaching 500,000 in sales. Doors open at 11 a.m.
08/30 :: Deorro – The Los Angeles native’s Soundcloud had over 20,000 avid followers and more than 1.5 million plays with his unique genre of electro house titled “panda funk” in 2011. He has been recognized by numerous world-renowned acts such as DJ Bl3nd, Laidback Luke, Steve Aoki and Chuckie. Doors open at 9 p.m.

September lineup will include:

09/06 :: Will Sparks – This Australian DJ and producer of high-energy electro house music, known as “Melbourne Bounce,” has been making waves reaching five million plays on Soundcloud and also receiving recognition from artists such as Dada Life, David Guetta, Madeon and A-Trak. Doors open at 9 p.m.
09/08 :: Gareth Emery – The UK native and trance powerhouse is best known for his music video “Concrete Angel” featuring Christina Novelli, which has accrued over 14 million views on YouTube and was added to the MTV dance playlist since it’s release last year. Doors open at 11 a.m.
09/13 :: Starkillers – His track “Let the Love” with Dmitry KO and Amba Shepherd has garnered over 200,000 views on YouTube and has been featured on both BBC Radio 1’s “Dance Anthems” and Tiesto’s “Club Life” Radio. Doors open at 9 p.m.
09/27 :: Cedric Gervais – He produced the mega-hit “Molly” last summer and his latest remix of Lana Del Ray’s “Summertime Sadness” has been in the Beatport Top 100 since it’s release in February. Doors open at 9 p.m.
Special guest to be announced soon.

To purchase tickets please visit www.MāyāClubAZ.com.

For VIP table and Cabana reservations call 602-810-0736 or email Nolan@MayaclubAZ.com.
About Māyā Day + Nightclub
Māyā Day + Nightclub, named for the ancient deity that manifests and perpetuates illusion and dream, is the new standard for high-end entertainment in Scottsdale, Arizona and the Southwest. Developed by Triyar Entertainment, Māyā features a 9,700 square foot indoor bar and 17,600 square feet of outdoor pool and patio areas with a resort-style pool complete with daybeds, lounges, private and VIP cabanas. The venue also serves an authentic Mexican cuisine including, signature tacos, ceviche and taco salad. Māyā Day + Nightclub includes massive poolside LED video screens and features a floating stage in the center of the pool to host live music concerts and DJ performances. For more information on Māyā Day + Nightclub, please visit www.MayaClubAz.com

Maya Day and Nightclub


Scottsdale’s newest venue Māyā Day and Nightclub will hold its grand opening Wed., April 24. Doors will open to the public at 9 p.m., with a special invitation VIP preview beginning at 7 p.m.

Guests can mingle while exploring the new 27,300-square-foot, indoor-outdoor concept and enjoy authentic Mexican cuisine including, signature tacos, ceviche, and taco salads.

“This has been a dream for the past five years and it finally will come to a reality, April 24,” said Shawn Yari, managing partner for Triyar Companies. “Scottsdale is rapidly becoming one of the premiere entertainment destinations in the country”

Māyā’s outdoor day club pool area will feature daybeds, lounges, private and VIP cabanas, a large HD LED video screen and and a main stage in the center of the pool for events and performances. The nightclub and a second, large HD LED video screen will be indoors.

Grammy award-winning Scottish singer, songwriter, producer and DJ, Calvin Harris is scheduled to perform grand opening weekend on Sunday, April 28.

Māyā Day and Nightclub will have the world’s top DJ’s and live musicians performing regularly. The current line-up includes:

May 3: Manufactured Superstars

May 5: Cinco De Māyā Featuring Morgan Page

May 10: Mark Knight

May 24: Thomas Gold

May 26: Steve Aoki

June 16: NERVO

June 9: Robbie Rivera’s JUICY Pool Party

maya1Tickets now on sale at māyāclubaz.com.

For VIP table reservations, please contact Rio at (602) 810-0736 or vip.rio@māyāclubaz.com or Alex at (602) 810-0167 or vip.alex@mayaclubaz.com

Māyā Day and Nightclub is located at 4501 North Scottsdale Road.