Seven Nights

Thu 5

Rolling Stone likes ’em. So does Spin. Maybe you will too. Don your ironic nonprescription glasses for some snappy synth-pop tunes courtesy of Miniature Tigers, when they headline the Modern Art Tour, plus Geographer (1), Chain Gang of 1974 and SPEAK. (Beauty Bar, 8:30 p.m., Over at the Veil Pavilion there’s more indie music rocking out with “Portugal. The Man.” (2) (In Silverton, 7 p.m., But if ya just can’t break away from clubbing, at least you can show up in your PJs this time and pummel other clubgoers with pillows dropped from the ceiling when Kid ’n’ Play host Tao’s Pajama Party; no word if they’ll do “the dance,” though. (In Venetian, 10 p.m.,

Fri 6

First Friday time! Go downtown and get cultured by looking at some art. While there aren’t any plans to torch a giant Burning Man sculpture this month (sorry, pyros), you can get lit by pub crawling around Fremont East. (Various locations, 6 p.m. You still wanna go to a club, don’t you? Well, prepare to be impressed when master turntablist Z-Trip mixes it up again in Las Vegas at Lavo. (In Palazzo, 10:30 p.m.,

Sat 7

Happy National Beer Day! Of course you can celebrate anywhere, but over at Rockhouse they’ll pony up two-for-one brews all day until midnight. Maybe get yourself one of those plastic guitar drink-holders as a present. (At Imperial Palace, 10 a.m., Free all-ages party anyone? Now that we have your attention, Sounds of the Underground is returning to the Fort Cheyenne Events Center, complete with upgraded lighting and sound so you can get your raging on without a mega club. The grand re-opening officially takes place next Saturday with headliners Darksiderz, but get a sneak peek tonight at the free pre-party and tunes from SOTU’s resident DJs. (2428 E. Cheyenne Ave, 7 p.m., Attention all heathens: Easter is tomorrow. So you may as well celebrate with a bunny as former Playmate Laura Croft (3) hosts a Sexy Bunnies event at Crazy Horse III and Posh Boutique Nightclub. (3525 W. Russell Road., 11 p.m.,

Sun 8

If you’re looking for some family-friendly Easter activities, this isn’t the guide for you. Check out Seven Days instead. But if your plan is to forget that time MawMaw consumed the egg dye and cousin Larry’s dog demolished your Easter basket, hop on over to PBR Rock Bar & Grill for egg-ceptional drink specials, including $5 mimosas and sangrias all day. (In Miracle Mile Shops, 8 a.m., In other “Today’s a holiday, what kind of special can we run?” news, Tacos & Tequila hosts an Easter mariachi brunch with egg-cellent two-for-one top-shelf margaritas, plus a boozy chocolate bunny cocktail. Bet there wasn’t one of those in the basket Larry’s dog ate when you were a kid. (In Luxor, 11 a.m., If you’re bummed you didn’t get to hunt for huevos, Closet Sundays at Revolution promises to make quick like a bunny for a Twitter Easter egg hunt with $1,000 in fabulous cash and prizes. (In The Mirage, 10 p.m.,

Mon 9

This Monday is going to be Mad Decent thanks to Diplo’s return to XS. But we’re going to take a moment to digress and strongly encourage everyone to download Diplo’s side project with Switch as producers on Alex Clare’s album The Lateness of the Hour, featuring the single “Too Close”—which probably received more downloads than Internet Explorer on a whole when the song was featured in a commercial. You’ll thank us later. (In Encore, 10 p.m.,

Tue 10

New DJ battle! Bond launched Turntable Tuesdays in conjuncture with last week, and she-jay duo The Jane Doze (4) are featured tonight. But before you start bitching about being a bedroom DJ who can’t get a gig, enter to win a spot in the battle by Tweeting your favorite song with hashtag #BondBarDJ from the official Bond “room” ( will narrow it down to 64, then its online community decides who gets to sink or swim live. (In Cosmopolitan, 10 p.m.,

Wed 11

Pack some Pampers to hear Zeds Dead (5), because when the deep, wonky bass drops on “Undah Yuh Skirt” and “Rude Boy,” you’re gonna need ’em. Joining the electronic duo on the Living Dead Tour is AraabMuzik, Omar LinX and XI, plus Boggan and DJ AFS for the 18 and up show. (Hard Rock Café on the Strip, 8 p.m.,

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Seven Nights

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Thu 29 Dig a little deeper next time you go to see a DJ. Perhaps at the launch of the new monthly series, The Underground, at King’s Room, featuring the legends of house? DJ/producer Doc Martin headlines the first installment. (In the Rio, 10 p.m., Singing starlet ZZ Ward (1) will be working it at Book & Stage, bringing her unique brand of soulful R&B, blues and hip-hop to Vegas fresh off a successful run at SXSW. (In the Cosmopolitan, 10 p.m.



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