Between the estimated 350,000 people that attended this year's Electronic Daisy Carnival and reports that the city now boasts 21 of America's top 100 revenue-grossing nightclubs, the idea that Las Vegas, Nevada has replaced the "White Isle" of Ibiza as the globe's new premier dance destination may not be greatly exaggerated. As well, since arriving on the strip in April, new club on the block Hakkasan has already been written about favorably in Forbes Magazine, reportedly paying residents like Tiesto and Calvin Harris upwards of $200,000 per night. From Diplo's bi-monthly Mad Decent Mondays at XS (the club also features Afrojack and Steve Angello as resident DJs), and with Mandalay Bay's Light Nightclub working not only with Cirque du Soleil - but Skrillex, Zedd, Baauer, Alesso, Sebastian Ingrosso, and A-Trak (on both day AND night parties), Vegas is rapidly becoming the must visit spot for EDM as the ultimate spectacle.