Seven Nights

This week in your city.

Thu 6

We still miss Sex and the City. There. We said it. Maybe it was all the crazy couture Sarah Jessica Parker wore that we’d die for. To get a little fix, the show’s legendary stylist, Patricia Field, hosts Fashion’s Night Out at Crystals. Check out our Seven Questions with her. (In CityCenter, 6 p.m., Local icon of cool, P Moss, is at it again with the release of his latest book, Vegas Knockout. The Double Down Saloon proprietor celebrates at his dive bar with a party that has everything: midgets, fire-breathers, sword-swallowers and aggressive indie rock. (4640 Paradise Road, 8 p.m., Speaking of parties that have everything, how about girls on tire-swings, bull riding and discounts on your bill? Get all that, all day long at the two-year anniversary of PBR Rock Bar. (In the Miracle Mile Shops,

Fri 7

Calling all LGBT Las Vegans and their friends and family: The Pride Night Parade Party takes place at the Fremont Street Experience tonight, featuring a radical concert by ’80s cover band The Nancy Rayguns. Starting at 8 p.m. at Charleston Boulevard and Fourth Street, the parade will travel up Fourth, through the Fremont Street Experience and end at the intersection of Fourth Street and Ogden Avenue. In conjuncture, local DJ Lisa Pittman is organizing the Dyke March, i.e. a group of ladies who like ladies marching together in the parade, all meeting at 7 p.m. at West Charleston Boulevard and Fourth Street. Also waiving the rainbow flag with pride, Krave nightclub hosts the Under the Neon Lights Festival with Drink & Drag and GayLV Magazine in the Neonopolis Courtyard. Scheduled to perform are Sharon Needles from Ru Paul’s Drag Race, drag icon Lady Bunny and Derrick Barry of Divas and America’s Got Talent. (450 Fremont St., “Let the sunshine in” during First Friday as local Strip performers team up on the musical Hair for free at 6 and 9 p.m. in the Downtown Arts District on the Third Street Stage.

Sat 8

Keep the pride going all weekend as Share Nightclub celebrates Las Vegas Pride/Gay Days 2012 with Wet-n-Wild Party presented by Jeffrey Sanker. DJs Leonardo Glovibes and Chi Chi LaRue handle the tunes while nearly naked go-go boys might handle you! Score. (4636 Wynn Road, 10 p.m., On the megaclubbing front, we know mash-ups work well for winning over dance floors. But an unusual mash-up of DJs at Marquee Friday night could be worth checking out as both #TranceFamily favorite Dash Berlin and the Black Eyed Peas’ Will.I.Am headline. We’re guessing it’s not a tag-team set, but how cool would that be? (In the Cosmopolitan, 10 p.m.,

Sun 9

Keep the gay ol’ time going for the end of Pride weekend at Krave. Flashing back to the ’90s, DJs Michael Graves and Mikey Francis (read about Francis’ new project) handle the retro rewind. (In the Miracle Mile Shops, 10:30 p.m., Has Pride inspired you to channel your inner drag queen? Shannel from Ru Paul’s Drag Race hosts the So You Think You’re A Drag Queen contest and makeovers at Drink & Drag. (450 Fremont St., Suite 250, 10 p.m.,

Mon 10

Are you ready for some footbaaaaaaaaall! If you aren’t fortunate enough to have a pimped-out man cave, consider Mi Casa Grill Cantina in the Silverton your off-Strip Monday Night Football headquarters. Of course there’ll be giveaways and prizes, plus sweet food and drink specials, such as $2 tacos and quesadillas, $2 Jägermeister shots, $3 Sky vodka cocktails and $12 Corona and Corona Light buckets. And since you don’t have your own man cave, you can enter to win the grand prize of two recliners from Walker Furniture, a 50-inch plasma TV, X-Box 360, Madden 13 and a bar-top Jäger machine. (

Tue 11

Grey Goose Cherry Noir … That sounds delicious. Stop by Hyde for a SpyOnVegas open bar featuring the new vodka flavor. Mix-tape master Mick Boogie provides the soundtrack along with an opening set by Jace One. RSVP at for free entry and complimentary libations. (In Bellagio, 10 p.m., Here’s one we’ve just added to our party planner: Turntables & Tapas Tuesdays at Marbella Tapas Bar and Lounge with Lightknife, a.k.a. Pedi Amiri, on DJ duty. Read about his new project signed to Ultra Records, and stop by to hear him spin before he gets all famous and it costs $100 a pop to hear him in a megaclub. (4561 W. Flamingo Road, 10 p.m.,

Wed 12

SpyOnVegas must really want us to have a good time this week, because there’s another open bar! This time it’s former Mayor Oscar Goodman’s drink of choice, Bombay Sapphire, and the venue is Lily. Plus if you’re a lady looking for love, The Best Man launch party announces the 35 bachelors competing, and pairs each with an original martini. Each nominee will choose the charity he wants to fight for with every vote; 10 cents a vote will go to each winner’s charity. RSVP at (In Bellagio, 6 p.m.,

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Thu 30 Stock up on clean socks this Labor Day weekend, at least if you’re going to check out Max Vangeli and AN21 doing their thing at Tryst. As the DJ/production duo told Vegas Seven last week, they’re totally cool with socks as presents from fans. But on the music front, expect to hear tracks from their debut artist album, People of the Night.