Seven Nights

Thu 5

Throw on your sombrero, your poncho and prepare yourself for margs and tequila all around. Start the fiesta at the second annual “CHiP and Salsa” Cinco de Mayo bash at T&T Tacos and Tequila, hosted by CHiPs star Erik Estrada (1). It will be extra loco this year when the Half Pint Brawlers, a feisty midget wrestling group, famous for their bar scene in Jackass 3-D, throw a How Low Can You Go limbo contest. Partying starts at 11 a.m. with $5 Jose Cuervo Tradicional shots, $5 Dos Equis and a festive menu. (In Luxor, doors 11 p.m., no cover.) Also in celebration of the Mexican holiday, Tao worships a special guest tonight, Chuy Bravo, that little nugget from Chelsea Lately, who hosts Cinco de Chuy. (In the Venetian, doors 10 p.m., men $30, women $20, locals free.) The discoteca de spicy and sexy, Eve Nightclub, celebrates with $5 Karma tequila shots all night. Internationally recognized and Vegas-rooted DJ Chris Garcia will perform during the club’s new house music night, Casa de Eve. (In Crystals, doors 10:30 p.m., $30 men, $20 women, local ladies free.)

Fri 6

The famous Ditch Fridays is finally back, so ditch school, ditch work or any other responsibilities you may have and get your party on at the Palms. The legendary Hugh Hefner, fiancée Crystal Harris and 2010 Playboy Playmates host the season premiere. (Doors noon, $25 cover, local ladies free.) Los Angelino rapper-rockers Hollywood Undead bring their masked and bandana’d antics to the House of Blues in promotion of their latest album American Tragedy during the Revolt Tour along with 10 Years, Drive A and New Medicine. (In Mandalay Bay, doors 5 p.m., tickets $25 at Ladies and gents, singer songwriter Mike Posner is back, so quit trying to be cooler than him and make your way to Pure where he’ll perform his latest single featuring Lil Wayne, “Bow Chicka Wow Wow.” (In Caesars Palace, doors 10 p.m., men $30, ladies $20.)

Sat 7

Black Eyed Peas rapper, who few know has produced his own music, including the song “Take Me to the Philippines,” the county of his origin, will be spinning at Liquid. (In Aria, doors 11 a.m., men $40, women $10.) Hopefully you woke up this morning feelin’ like P. Diddy, and if you didn’t pull out the Jack and start brushing those pearly whites in preparation for animalistic pop-synth-sensation Ke$ha (2) at the Pearl. (In the Palms, doors 8 p.m., tickets start at $29 available at The music keeps beating till 4 a.m. when the producers of last summer’s club favorite, “We No Speak Americano,” Yolanda Be Cool debut new music as they spin at Surrender. (In the Encore, doors 10:30 p.m., men $50, ladies $40, local ladies free.)

Sun 8

Start your Sunday off wet as New York DJ Jus Jack makes a splash-worthy debut at his monthly residency at Wet Republic during the sexed-up soiree F*** Me I’m Famous. (In the MGM Grand, doors 11 a.m., men $50, women $20.) Don’t forget it’s Mother’s Day, so give something special to your mama, your baby mama, and if you are one, treat yourself to a celebration at the Bank for its honorary celebration, Hottest Baby Mama. (In Bellagio, doors 10:30 p.m., $30 cover locals free.) Mamas aren’t the only manufacturers partying it up tonight. Recently featured in Facebook’s popular game Booyah, Manufactured Superstars spin at their XS residency. (In Encore, doors 10 p.m., men $40, women $20, locals free.)

Mon 9

Hope you’ve been hitting the gym because pool season is finally taking off, and today Bare Pool Lounge hosts the launch of Karma Bikinis’ summer line. DJs Travis Emmons, Andy D’Arrigo, Chris Devoy and Alya Simone will join in on the fun and set the soundtrack to the adult pool party. (In The Mirage, doors 11 a.m., men $20, women $10, locals free.) After soaking in the sun, get your grub on at STK’s Magnum Mondays where industry receive 25 percent off their entire bill. (In the Cosmopolitan, doors 5 p.m., no cover.)

Tue 10

Hope you’re hungry, ladies, because tonight Nove Italiano at the Palms is offering 50 percent off the bill for local ladies from 5 p.m. till closing. Then head up to Bang! Tuesdays at Moon, where DJs Melo D and Kevin Scott are spinning. (Doors 11 p.m., men $20, local ladies free.) A Silent Film, the U.K. band often compared to Coldplay and the Killers, trek from Oxford to Book & Stage to perform through May 12. (Shows at 10 p.m. and midnight, no cover.) Finish the night off with DJ/rapper/trendsetter/party-starter Roxy Cottontail (3) as she shakes it at Blush. (In the Wynn, doors 9 p.m. $30 cover, local ladies free.)

Wed 11

Alternative singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile (4), whose music has been featured on Grey’s Anatomy, brings her considerable talent to the Hard Rock Café. (Doors 8 p.m., tickets $21 in advance, $26 day of, available at Get your party on at Surrender tonight as half of LMFAO, SkyBlu—who can thank his granddaddy, Berry Gordy Jr. (founder of Motown Records), for his love of music—spins for and hosts a sure-to-be-wacky night. (In Encore, doors 10 p.m., men $40, women $30, locals free.) End your night at Bond, where hip-hop enthusiast DJ Mel shows off his turntable skills. (In the Cosmopolitan, event at 10 p.m., no cover.)

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Thu 28 Party with a purpose tonight at Double Down Saloon as the punk rock bar throws a First Friday benefit bash, auctioning off its infamous sticker-covered pony. Paintings by Jerry Misko and photos by Shane O’Neal will also be up for bid. (4640 Paradise Road, event 6-9 p.m.