The collaboration will involve Harris working across Hakkasan Group’s wide portfolio of brands, drawing on his talents as a DJ, writer and producer. The deal is a part of the Group’s ‘brand-first’ philosophy centred on creating consistent, world-class experiences.
Harris has agreed to play exclusively at Hakkasan Group venues in Las Vegas for the next three years as well as to work collaboratively with Hakkasan Group to create unique experiences for its guests.
We’re quite fond of Hakkasan Group’s London restaurant portfolio which includes Hakkasan, Yauatcha and of course Sake No Hana.
Calvin Harris commented: “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 Harris sits alongside Hakkasan Group’s stable of internationally recognised entertainment and hospitality professionals including: Executive Head Chef Tong Chee Hwee, who has led the Hakkasan kitchen since its inception and has achieved Michelin stars across multiple restaurants in the Group, and International Executive Chef Ho Chee Boon, a renowned Michelin-starred chef with 24 years’ experience.