Las Vegas looks to cement its reputation as the party capital of the world with some massive performances by arguably the world’s greatest superstar DJ – Calvin Harris.

The king of the turntables will come to the home of casino culture with a series of shows in July at the prestigious venues of Omnia at Caesar’s Palace and Wet Republic at MGM Grand, and he will undoubtedly be giving fans something else to focus on other than the city’s lucrative slots machines.

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The performances will look to reaffirm the Scottish DJ’s place on the global stage after a scary car accident saw him cancel a string of dates in May including performances at Hakkasan Las Vegas and Omnia.

And what will make the Calvin Harris sets all the more interesting is whether they will include a recently-penned song about the demise of his high-profile relationship with Taylor Swift. The dance star has rarely been out of the tabloid headlines since he got together with the pop icon, and these Las Vegas performances will give him a chance to finally set the record straight.

Not that there will be any lack of drama at the Las Vegas shows as the DJ will be expected to play all of his greatest hits including the dance-floor classics like Summer, I Need Your Love and Feel So Close.

What will make the performances all the more dazzling is the fact that they’ll take place within the glittering confines of some of Las Vegas’ most spectacular casinos. And with online gaming sites like Lucky Nugget Casino showing how gambling can affect the brain in a some surprising ways, then you’ll love these shows by the superstar DJ as they could easily prove to be the party highlights of the year.

The addition of prestigious dance clubs to Las Vegas’ already well-established casino culture is just one of the reasons why many people are increasingly turning to the desert city for their all-round entertainment fix.

With impressive clubs like Light at Mandalay Bay offering a perfect way to party by the pool, and XS at the Wynn Encore proving to be the most expensive club ever built, it’s clear that we’ll be seeing many more celebrity DJs like Calvin Harris flocking to Sin City.

And although attending Harris’ Las Vegas shows might not be as simple as firing up a game of online slots, you’ll still be able to catch up with his exploits in the press as he continues his impressive reign of the superstar DJ scene.