Seven Nights

Entertaining options for a week of nonstop fun and excitement.

Thu 24

Nove—nine in Italian—holds its newest Thursday Happy Hour, featuring $7 cocktails, wine and small plates from 6-8 p.m. (In the Palms, doors 6 p.m.) Rock hard tonight at Diablo’s when bands AyalaMuze, Red Abbey and Almost Normal compete for a $10,000 grand prize, and a trip to Ireland during the weekly Battle of the Bands. (In the Monte Carlo, doors 8 p.m., first band at 9 p.m., $10 cover.) Playboy Club hosts the launch party for Shoot to Kill Media (Vegas Seven’s sister company), the videographer collective responsible for awesome videos that help you remember Vegas’ wild nights, along with a special performance by the Mad Caps. (In the Palms, doors 10 p.m., men $20, ladies free.)

Fri 25


It’s time to play Girl Talk! And no, we don’t mean your favorite game from when you were 10, we mean mash-up mixologist Gregg Gillis, who will lead the dance party at the Boulevard Pool. (In the Cosmopolitan, doors 8 p.m., tickets $25 at If you missed out on tickets for Lady Gaga’s Monster Ball Tour, put on your poker face and your best Gaga getup for Gaga Wars and a $2,000 prize at Jet. (In The Mirage, doors 10:30 p.m., $30 cover.) Speaking of sell-out, you can both sell and skank-out tonight with rockabilly boys Reel Big Fish at the Hard Rock Café. (On the Strip, doors 6 p.m., tickets $15 in advance, $20 day of, available at

Sat 26


Don’t miss out on the Extreme Thing Sports and Music Festival 11 a.m.-10 p.m. today at Desert Breeze Park, and then keep the fun going at the official after-party at the Lounge in the Palms with Sage Francis and host Frank Palmeri. (doors 10:30, $10 cover.) Rock ’n’ Roll Wine is back tonight at Eve with the talented local musicians Jeremy Cornwell and Michael Quarantello, who will set the soundtrack for 25 splendid wine samplings. (In Crystals, doors 7 p.m., tickets $35 at The infamous party, F*** Me I’m Famous, finally arrives to Vegas! David and Cathy Guetta transport their team and bring the glamorous soiree to LAX. (In Luxor, doors 10 p.m., women $30, men $50.)

Sun 27


March Madness continues, and Morton’s Steakhouse offers cinema style viewing with private rooms with a high-def projection screen, surround sound and a Bar Bite menu. (400 E. Flamingo Road, doors 5 p.m., call 893-0703 for reservations.) Escape to Babylon tonight when electro-tribal DJs Congorock transform the Bank. (In Bellagio, doors 10:30 p.m., $30, locals free.) B-Boys battle it out tonight at Blue Martini as Super Cr3w presents the Times Up Watch Party hosted by Super Cr3w’s Rockadile and Phi of JabbaWockeeZ. (In Town Square, 10 p.m., no cover.)

Mon 28

It’s Monday and hopefully you are WINNING! Either way, rev up with Rockhouse’s latest creation, Tiger Blood Tea, at their new Sheen Monday party. (In front of Imperial Palace, doors 10 a.m., open bar 10 p.m.-midnight, women $10, men $20.) Crown gets nostalgic tonight during Monday Night Rocks, as The Dan Band, the funny boys famous for their appearance in Old School, put a hilarious spin on classic songs. (In the Rio, doors 9:30 p.m., $22.50, complimentary tickets at Before heading to Marquee Mondays with DJ Vice (Doors 10 p.m., men $30, women $20, locals free), get snazzy with DJs Graham Funke and M!ke Attack at STK for Magnum Mondays. (In the Cosmopolitan, doors 5 p.m., no cover.)

Tue 29

Calling all collegiates! Comedian George Wallace is hooking up students under age 23 with free tickets to his 10 p.m. show “I Be Thinkin’” through March 31. (In the Flamingo, doors 9 p.m., $66, free tickets available at If you wanna get with her, she likes her “bass down low.” Tonight the songstress Dev performs her club hits at Blush. (In the Wynn, doors 9 p.m., men $30, women $20, locals free.) Let the bass kick all night long and head to Lavo where EC Twins return for DiscGlow. (In the Venetian, doors 10 p.m., men $20, women $10, locals free.)

Wed 30


Keep it classy tonight and head over to Mandarin Bar for Jazz Wednesdays with vintage cocktails and the Brian Czach Jazz Trio performing swanky live sets. (In Mandarin Oriental, doors 6-11 p.m., no cover.) Husband-wife duo and indie darlings, Tennis, come to share their stories through music at Book & Stage. (In the Cosmopolitan, shows at 10 p.m. and midnight, no cover.) Former front man of scream-o band From First to Last has a new persona as Skrillex, and comes to Frequency at Crown tonight to show his dubstep skills. (In the Rio, doors 10 p.m., $25 cover.)