Seven Nights

Your city after dark

Thu 21

It’s MAGIC time! No, it’s not a convention of people pulling rabbits out of a hat and sawing women in half, but fashionistas taking over with the latest styles and post-convention parties. Over at Tao, rapper Theophilus London will host the official Supra Footwear party. (In the Venetian, 10 p.m., At Tryst, be sure you’re dressed to impress when big-room house DJ/producer AN21 headlines the Love by Isabel runway party. (In Wynn, 10 p.m., Artisan is adding a new night to its arsenal with Ritual Thursdays, kicking off this evening with sounds by DJ Flow and a hosted bar until 11 p.m. (1501 W. Sahara Ave., 10 p.m.,

Fri 22

They had us at “naughty balloons.” Piranha Nightclub promises the “best UV party in Vegas” for its 3D Friday event, complete with 3D glasses, glow sticks, a 3D laser show, UV-body-painted shot boys, UV money storms and naughty balloon artists, plus $5 Piranha on Acid cocktails all night and CoCo Vega’s Fierce Friday show. (4633 S. Paradise Rd., 10 p.m., There’s something sexy about a man who loves his mama so much, he gets her name tattooed on his neck. Though if you didn’t know that was his mom’s name, it could be a bit confusing. Said DJ/producer with a supportive family is LA Riots , a.k.a. Daniel LeDisko, who can even make his military father cut loose at gigs. Catch LeDisko next at XS. (In Encore, 10 p.m.,

Sat 23

Tonight feels like a good night to break the megaclub cycle and get back to the scene’s roots with a good ol’ fashioned underground dance party. Just some unknown DJs, a grip of lasers and sound, crafty kandi kids and maybe, just maybe, even toilet paper in the stall? The 18-and-up Sounds of the Underground party returns every other Saturday to the Fort Cheyenne Events Center. (2428 E. Cheyenne Ave., 9 p.m.,

Sun 24

“Oh Mama Hey!” If you’re digging the catchy new number sung by Crystal Waters that’s topping the Billboard dance charts, stop by Revolution for an official release party. Multi-Grammy-nominated DJ/producer Chris Cox will be on hand to spin and celebrate with Las Vegas legend DJ Frankie Anobile, who also worked on the track. (In The Mirage, 10 p.m., Join the original champagne brunch at Bagatelle for the “Eat Your Heart Out” edition in honor of American Heart Month. Guests are encouraged to wear red in support, and a portion of the proceeds will benefit the American Heart Association. (In the Tropicana, 11:30 a.m., Underground electronic music on Saturdays, dope underground hip-hop on Sundays —kinda cool when you think about the fact that Body English Nightclub & Afterhours is literally underground. The education continues with Dilated Peoples tonight. (In the Hard Rock Hotel, 10 p.m.,

Mon 25

Let the spring break madness begin all over the world. But if you can’t make it to Cabo, the Las Vegas outpost of Señor Frog’s brings the spirit to the Strip with weekly events through March 31. Mondays are all about $3 PBRs and shots, including AMF, Sex on the Beach and house tequila all day. Visit for the daily spring-break specials. (In Treasure Island, 11 a.m.)

Tue 26

Happy Birthday, Bossi! The German DJ/producer will celebrate alongside his Cosmic Gate partner Nic Chagall when they headline at Lavo tonight, and everyone is welcome. Put your trance-pants on, and maybe pick up a snazzy scarf for Bossi as a gift—we think he’d like that. (In the Palazzo, 10 p.m.,

Wed 27

Maybe if we ask nicely, DJ/producer Calvin Harris will bring along the Grammy he just won with Rihanna for “We Found Love” to his next Surrender gig. We’d like to snap a photo with that for sure! (In Encore, 11 p.m.,

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Sometimes taking music seriously is good. But making an impact on music while having a great sense of humor about the industry is even better. Take Dillon Francis for example. Vegas Seven had a hilarious chat with the Los Angeles DJ/producer, cited as one of the pioneers of the moombahton movement, before his March 1 gig at Surrender. You’ve successfully fooled members of the media uneducated in electronic music by using a pic of Tiësto as your press shot. Have you gotten any angry emails from his camp?