Seven Nights

Entertaining options for a week of nonstop fun and excitement.

Thu. 20

Ole! Throw on your dancing shoes for the debut of Cadillac Ranch’s new weekly Latin Night, with beer specials and a spicy dance floor heated up by the sounds of DJ Bruno. (6593 Las Vegas Blvd. South, doors 11 a.m., event 9 p.m., no cover.) You might know him as the guitarist from Rooney, or maybe because he dated sexy actress Mischa Barton. Taylor Locke & the Roughs shuttle to the Beauty Bar from L.A. along with openers Bleu and Lindsey Ray. (517 E. Fremont St., doors 9 p.m., $10 in advance, $15 day-of, tickets available at Swedish band the Teddybears—known for their electronic melding of pop, rock, hip-hop, electronica, reggae, punk and collaborations with Iggy Pop, Robyn and even Marilyn Manson—perform at the LED-bedecked Bond. (In the Cosmopolitan, 10 p.m., no cover.)

Fri. 21

If you look just like Buddy Holly or even Mary Tyler Moore, grab your ironic glasses for Weezer’s Memories Tour, (pictured) where the band will play their classics The Blue Album and Pinkerton in their entirety at The Joint. (In the Hard Rock, doors 8:30 p.m., tickets start at $45.) For another man in frames, catch the comedic stylings of a remarkably slimmed-down Drew Carey at the Hollywood Theatre in MGM Grand, performing until Feb. 6. (7:30 and 9 p.m., tickets start at $39, available at Calling all ladies in need of new intimates (and we’re talking the wearable kind): Throughout the night, Blush hosts a Betsey Johnson gift set giveaway along with complimentary champagne for women from 11 p.m.- midnight. (In the Wynn, doors 9 p.m., men $30, women $20, local ladies free.)

Sat. 22

It’s McFadden’s Three-Year Birthday Bash, and you’re invited! Partiers born in January drink for free from 10 p.m.–midnight, and everyone can enjoy $3 shots of Irish whiskey and beer and partake in a killer cupcake eating contest. (In the Rio, doors 11 a.m., event 8 p.m., men $25, women $15.) Legends of punk rock Social Distortion band together with Lucero and Chuck Ragan and kick off their tour for their album, Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes, released Jan. 18. (At the House of Blues in Mandalay Bay, doors 7 p.m., tickets start at $30, available at Rock ’n’ Roll Wine will hold its first soiree of the year at Ovation with more than 30 wines for the tasting, and not-to-miss performances by Imagine Dragons and Steel Panther. (At Green Valley Ranch, doors 7 p.m., tickets $35 in advance at, $40 at the door plus taxes and fees.) And because no weekend in Sin City is complete without some house music, Robbie Rivera (pictured) comes to Marquee to give you your fist-pumping fix. (In the Cosmopolitan, doors 10 p.m., $30 cover.)

Sun. 23

No worries, mon! Bob Marley’s back-up band, The Wailers, is coming to the House of Blues to spread love during their Uprising Tour. (In Mandalay Bay, doors 8 p.m., tickets start at $28, available at After you’ve gotten your rasta kick, don’t lose your high when you head to Crown, where Waka Flocka (pictured) will perform. (In the Rio, doors 10 p.m., $40 cover.) Hit the 55 button in the Palms elevator and find yourself at the top where Daniel Linton of LA Riots will be mixing the best house and indie-electro during Ghostbar Sundays. (Doors 10 p.m., $25 cover, local ladies free.)

Mon. 24

It’s a striking deal at South Point Casino’s bowling alley: dollar games and dollar drinks for all after midnight! (9777 Las Vegas Blvd. South, midnight-8 a.m., no cover.) Sneakerheads and industry peeps, gather even more peeps, because Jet presents a $5,000 Feature Sneaker Boutique giveaway to the industry crew rollin’ deepest. (In The Mirage, doors 10:30 p.m., men $30, ladies free before midnight, locals free.) Her milkshake may not bring you to the yard, but her music will bring you to Marquee! Hip-hop hit-maker Kelis joins the club’s Monday industry night lineup. (In the Cosmopolitan, doors 10 p.m., cover $20, locals free.)

Tue. 25

Gather up your silvers because it’s Nickel Beer Night at Todd English P.U.B.; from 9–11 p.m. you can exchange one nickel for one PBR. (In Aria, doors 11 a.m., no cover.) Bluegrass jam band Railroad Earth makes a stop at the Hard Rock Café on the Strip for a rockin’ live soul music session. (Doors 8 p.m., $20 in advance, $25 day-of, tickets available at Belt it out at Brand Steakhouse at the Monte Carlo’s most songful night, Tuesday Night Live, with 2-for-1 drinks for those who brave the stage! (Doors 11 a.m., event 10 p.m., no cover.)

Wed. 26

It’s Ladies Night and the feeling’s right at Blue Martini with half-off beverages after 8 p.m. for the ladies, live music by Gregg Peterson and beats by DJ Jace One for all to enjoy. (In Town Square, doors 11 a.m., no cover.) Funky electro duo Holy Ghost! soars in from Brooklyn to bring a hauntingly good time to Bond. (In the Cosmopolitan, 10 p.m., no cover.) For more late-night debauchery, ring in the weekend extra early and head over to LAX for industry night with DJ Gusto. (In Luxor, doors 10 p.m., men $30, women $20, locals free.)

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Thu. 13 Take in the intriguing work of celebrated Las Vegan artist Matt Ortego as he displays his colorful and emotion-filled prints at Caramel Lounge. (In Bellagio, doors 6 p.m., no cover.) Host of VH1’s That Metal Show and one half of the prankster team from Crank Yankers, Jim Florentine performs at Bonkerz Comedy Club on Jan. 12-15.