Under the terms of agreement in the new deal, the Scottish DJ will also work as a music consultant with Hakkasan Group.
Calvin Harris will be a resident in Sin City for a little while longer! On Tuesday (Jan 27th) it was announced that the Scottish DJ has extended his Las Vegas DJ residency for another three-years with Hakkasan Group.
Harris will keep his Las Vegas residency for another Three years
This exclusive new deal sees Harris take on more than just a DJing role. As well as holding residencies at Hakkasan Nightclub, Wet Republic at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino and the new Omnia Nightclub, which will open at Caesars Palace this spring, the 31-year-old will become a music consultancy position.
Harris will now work closely with Hakkasan Group's senior team to help the brand through expansions in their new restaurant, nightclub and hotel ventures.
"We are excited to continue our partnership with Calvin Harris as he extends his exclusive residencies with Hakkasan Group," said Neil Moffitt, CEO of Hakkasan Group, in a statement. "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 world's highest-paid DJ also said he appreciative of the new deal and is "excited to be able to play a part in this next chapter of its [Hakkasan Group's] 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," said Harris. "We have some great ideas up our sleeves."