Calvin Harris has agreed an exclusive three-year partnership agreement with Hakkasan Group to play at the global hospitality company's three Las Vegas venues and help develop the Hakkasan brand.
Calvin Harris has agreed to a three-year residency in Las Vegas.
The 'Under Control' hitmaker has signed a deal with the Hakkasan Group to play at the hospitality company's three Las Vegas venues, Hakkasan Nightclub, Wet Republic at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, and Omnia Nightclub at Caesars Palace.
The 31-year-old DJ said: ''Hakkasan Group's heritage in part goes right back to the '90s golden era of dance music and I am excited to be able to play a part in this next chapter of its story.
''Its venues are some of the best in the world for dance music and the opportunity to be part of the wider group as it develops into other markets and sectors is a really exciting prospect for me as an artist. We have some great ideas up our sleeves.''
Calvin will also work closely alongside the company, acting as music consultant for the Hakkasan brand as it moves from restaurants and nightclubs into the hotel space, as well as helping the group to develop new event concepts and experiences.
Neil Moffitt, Hakkasan's CEO, added: ''We are excited to continue our partnership with Calvin Harris as he extends his exclusive residencies with Hakkasan Group. He is a truly sensational artist and we look forward to what he will bring to our most acclaimed venues over the next three years.''
The collaboration follows an extremely successful year for Calvin after he broke the Spotify record for most streamed song by amassing more than one billion plays for his track 'Blame'.