Seven Nights

Entertaining options for a week of nonstop fun and excitement.

Thu. 3

Before Far East Movement gears up to tour with Rihanna and Calvin Harris, the boys behind the club hit “Like A G6” will first shake up the dance floor at Haze. (In Aria, doors 10:30 p.m., men $30, women $20, local ladies free.) Snap on your party hat and bring your loudest party favors as Tryst celebrates its Five-Year Anniversary. (In Wynn, doors 10 p.m., men $30, women $20, locals and industry free.) Beauty Bar turns up the bass tonight with Beauty and the Beats, a night of dubstep, hip-hop, breaks, electro, and drum-n-bass with DJ Phoenix Orion. (517 E. Fremont St., doors 10 p.m., no cover.)

Fri. 4

Do the Dada! Or, in other words, go bananas at Rain’s Clash Fridays with Swedish electro-house DJ/producers Dada Life. (In the Palms, doors 10 p.m., men $30, women $20, locals ladies free.) Don’t miss Fear Factor host and UFC commentator Joe Rogan (pictured) and his unique brand of stand-up comedy at Mandalay Bay Theatre. (Doors 9 p.m., tickets start at $35, available at Blow the whistle! Yay Area legend Too $hort will be going on and on at Crown’s Ladies Night. (In the Rio, doors 10 p.m., $20 cover.)

Sat. 5

Get your “nails done, hair done, everything did” while you take in the whimsical and irreverent art of Carla Ferreira (artwork pictured) for A Night of Revelry at Blush Salon. (6360 S. Pecos Road, 8-10 p.m., no cover.) Everywhere you go, they’ll follow you down. Nineties rockers Gin Blossoms take the stage at Red Rock Resort. (doors 9 p.m., ages 21 and up, tickets start at $20, tickets available at The world’s most well-known and beloved DJ, Dutch producer Tiësto, is back to blow minds at his second performance during his monthly residency at The Joint. (Doors 10 p.m., tickets start at $50, available at The Lounge at the Palms has finally got the right stuff: Emanuel Kiriakou and heartthrob Joey McIntyre star in One Too Many at Midnight, an acoustic, stripped-down night of classic favorites from all genres in an intimate 200-capacity setting. (In the Palms, show at midnight, tickets start at $40, available at

Sun. 6

First, check out our complete lineup of Super Sunday parties. Then, follow the Big Game up with the Concussion After-Party, hosted by the super-sexy athletes from the Lingerie Bowl (pictured) at Rok Vegas. (In New York-New York, doors 10 p.m., men $30, women $20, local ladies free.) Stop by Vanity for the Big Game After-Party and rub shoulders with special guest, Michael Oher, the inspiration behind football film The Blind Side. (In the Hard Rock Hotel, doors 10:30 p.m., $20, ladies and locals free.)

Mon. 7

Experience the 4 Elements of Culture during a monthly exploration of art, fashion, music and food, presenting the work of local artists and tasty tapas at Firefly. (9560 W. Sahara Ave., no cover.) Sip cocktails inside a chandelier and bask in the glitz while you enjoy the funky sounds of Canadian babes, Bitchin’, with Mama Miche and Kenzie Clarke at the Chandelier Bar. (The Cosmopolitan, event at 11 p.m., no cover.) Show off your singing skills somewhere other than in the shower or car, and belt it out at Beauty Bar at Monday Karaoke Night. (517 E. Fremont St., 9 p.m., no cover.)

Tue. 8

Calling all ladies! Start your week out right at sexy, chic and delicious Nove Italiano and receive 50 percent off your entire bill, then head up to Bang! Tuesdays at Moon, hosted by Jessica Chavez. (In the Palms, 10 p.m. $20 cover, locals free.) Head downtown for an all-night happy hour at Vanguard Lounge’s Techno Bar with heavy beats by Vegas house DJs Justin Baulé (pictured) and Spacebyrdz. (516 E. Fremont St., doors 10 p.m., no cover.) Then roll up your sleeves, your pants or whatever is hiding your favorite body art for Inked Out Tuesdays at Mario Barth’s King Ink, the Strip’s only tattoo parlor bar. (In The Mirage, doors 10 p.m., $20 cover, locals and industry free.)

Wed. 9

Step into another zone the second you step off the elevator at Ghostbar’s indie-electro night Snitch as 12th Planet (pictured) and HavocNdeeD orchestrate a dubstep takeover. (In the Palms, doors 10 p.m., $20 cover, locals free.) The famous party that brought the locals out in force to Tabu in 2004, Rok Box is back and kicking off its monthly return at the elite Savile Row. (In Luxor, doors 10 p.m., admission by doorman’s discretion.) And if the bass and beats and the glitz and glam aren’t your scene, make your way to Summerlin to the Rocks Lounge, where alternative rocker Franky Perez performs weekly. (At Red Rock Resort, doors 7 p.m., no cover.)

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Dada Life. A name meaning what exactly? We don’t remember exactly when we came up with it; that probably says a lot about it. We live it every day and want all our listeners to live it, too. In your single, “Unleash the Fucking Dada,” you instruct listeners to “Do the Dada.” What does it mean to live Dada? Just go hard! You can do it in a lot of ways. At work, at a party, on the street. And do it with originality and no fear. Are there certain elements you try to incorporate during production?