Seven Nights

This week in your city.

Thu 22

Bummed when local theaters developed raverphobia and canceled showings of the Electric Daisy Carnival Experience movie? Let’s try for Round 2 of dance-music documentaries when Can You Feel It plays for one night only. Depicting the 2011 Ultra Music Festival in Miami, the film takes an inside peek at one of the largest electronic music events in the U.S., with Tiësto, David Guetta, Fedde Le Grand and other biggies. (Various theaters, 8 p.m., Neon Reverb music fest time! We recommend starting with a band we’ve had in rotation for years, Cali’s The Velvet Teen. (Artifice, 1025 First St., midnight, But choose for yourselves from the full schedule at

Fri 23

Continuing the indie takeover this weekend, the two-day Pastel Project headliners include The Whigs, Le Bucherettes, Tennis and a whole lot more on two stages. (At Royal House, noon, Some clubs hand out branded glasses. Or glow-in-the-dark batons. We’re thinking it’d be fun to incorporate faux goatees in honor of Grammy-nominated DJ/producer Dave Audé’s guest gig at Haze. No? OK, we’ll just draw one on with a Sharpie instead. (In Aria, 10:30 p.m., Vegas Seven’s quarterly storyteller series, The Tell, returns with a new theme: “The Family, Dynamic: Stories about Hate, Love & Consanguinity.” Sign up at (In El Cortez, 7 p.m., $5,

Sat 24

Your friends’ backyard barbecue has nothin’ on CollectiveZOO. Join the event brand for The Up-Do at Gypsy Den with catering by Republic Kitchen & Bar. They’re promising DJs can play what they want, so our fingers are crossed for extra-cool sets from Kid Conrad, M!ke Attack, Spair and more. (213 E. Colorado Ave., 1 p.m., As reported last week, RPM is closing to become Bagatelle Beach & Nightclub. If you hadn’t marked the venue off on your nightlife bingo card, tonight’s the last chance when comedian Kevin Hart hosts his after-party. (In the Tropicana, 10:30 p.m., Are you an electronic music fan who cringes when someone calls it all “techno”? Here’s one instance the category actually applies. Legendary Slovenian techno/tech house producer UMEK stops by to spin under the Eiffel Tower at Chateau. (In Paris, 10:30 p.m.,

Sun 25

Drink till You Drop for $10 every Sunday night until 10 in the Ultra Lounge at Share Nightclub. Promising “we serve the good stuff and we serve it in glasses,” we’d also be cool with shots off the washboard stomachs of Share’s go-go boys, too. (4636 Wynn Road, 7 p.m., If a jam band had a baby with an electronic producer, you might get Überschall. Comprised of musicians and performers from Blue Man Group among other shows around town, hear the completely improvised sessions of multiple drummers, guitarists and bass for a warm, trippy evening of tunes at the Double Down Saloon. (4640 Paradise Road, midnight,

Mon 26

Show a little love for a local when Florida-born, Las Vegas-based EDM DJ/producer Jeff Retro takes over at Bond. (In Cosmopolitan, 10 p.m., Then head upstairs to Marquee for the monthly explosion of neon and tutus as LMFAO’s Redfoo and the Party Rock crew are back for the event, complete with “animal-print pants outta control.” (In Cosmopolitan, 10 p.m.,

Tues 27

Happy birthday, Pure! And like any milestone in Vegas, you can celebrate whenever the heck you want (technically the official grand opening was New Year’s Eve 2005). And like the rest of us in nightlife, it’s best not to remind people of your age, hence the fete is simply billed “The Anniversary.” Wyclef Jean stopping by for a special performance will be the icing on the cake. (In Caesars, 10 p.m., Expect energetic air-piano hands from the #TranceFamily and Sander van Doorn when he’s back in town to spin for All Night/Tuesdays at Lavo. (In Palazzo, 11 p.m.,

Wed 28

Don’t deny it: You secretly enjoyed the movie Zombie Strippers. Here’s the chance to live out your twisted fantasies with a night of the stripping dead at Déjà Vu Showgirls. Join the topless walkers for Zombie Night. Arrive in undead makeup for $3 domestic beers and drink specials. Something tells us the girls would still prefer dollar bills over brains as tips, though. (3247 Industrial Road, 10 p.m., If you prefer to party among the living, slip into Savile Row for The Cut Wednesdays with DJs O’Shea and Blackgloves. (In Luxor, 11 p.m.,

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A self-proclaimed workaholic, The Bank’s newest resident, DJ Cobra (a.k.a. Andrew Bagg), is constantly on the move. Like a snake on a plane, the Los Angeles native tours more than 300 days of the year, hopping city to city and country to country intoxicating crowds with his good vibes and upbeat musical venom. As one of the most in-demand Top 40 DJs, he runs the L.A.-based nightlife production company Revolver and has created his own Groupon-inspired website,, offering drink and party deals throughout San Diego.