Seven Nights

Your city after dark

Thursday, March 21

We get it. You’re in Miami, bitch. But for those clubbers left behind who will not be making the trek to the Winter Music Conference and Ultra Music Festival, let’s occupy our time the only way we know how: by partying! And you can do so surrounded by the hotties of the L.A. Bikini Brigade for Model Madness at Haze with DJ Karma on the ones and twos. (In Aria, 10:30 p.m., One of my favorite bands of all time was Rx Bandits of Seal Beach, California. Thankfully, its members are still making music, and frontman Matt Embree has teamed up for a new indie outfit, Pebaluna. You may also recognize Goldfish Don’t Bounce’s Lauren Coleman, plus drummer Jessica Lankford and bassist Jonathan Grillo. They play at Triple B: Backstage Bar & Billiards tonight. (601 Fremont St., 7 p.m., No Pants Party? Yes, please! Always a fan of a good #PantsOffDanceOff, OFASHO celebrates a year of Sho Stomp with a “rave party” at the Fort Cheyenne Events Center. Complete details and lineup can be found at (2428 E. Cheyenne Ave., 10 p.m.)

Friday, March 22

Add Wet Republic to your list of party pools that are now open! (At the MGM Grand, 11 a.m., Stalk yours truly when I judge the Hard Rock Rising local band battle, where one lucky group will win a gig at London’s Hard Rock Calling, plus gear and studio time. (Hard Rock Café on Paradise Rd., 9 p.m., Sweet facial hair (real or faux) is in order while Shane Ocean spins at Epyk March Moustache Madness at the Artisan. (1501 W. Sahara Ave., 10 p.m.,

Saturday, March 23

On the fun-in-the-sun front, Liquid welcomes Teenwolf to celebrate the release of his track with Shelco Garcia, “The Switch Up.” (At Aria, 11 a.m., Happy birthday to Las Vegas’ own porn princess, Jenna Jameson. She celebrates inching closer to 40 (but not quite yet!) with a birthday bash at Crazy Horse III. (3525 W. Russell Rd., 10 p.m., On Monday, when people ask how your weekend was and “Where Did You Go?” you can say you went to Surrender to hear that track from Grammy-nominated DJ/producer Morgan Page when he headlined the party. (In Encore, 10:30 p.m., Do the “Pretty Girl Rock” at Pure when Keri Hilson hosts. (In Caesars Palace, 10 p.m.,

Sunday, March 24

If you weren’t totally absorbed by clubland this weekend, you may have noticed that Neon Reverb has an indie music explosion going on all over Downtown. And there’s still time to catch a few acts. Beauty Bar welcomes We Shared Milk, Rusty Maples, And And And, Sea of Bees, Gun Outfit and Milk Music 1 for the final night. (517 Fremont St., 6:30 p.m., Commonwealth has also gotten in on the music action with Live Music Sundays featuring Love Hate Away. (525 Fremont St., 6 p.m.,

Monday, March 25

Ah, so that’s what’s replacing the Playboy Club! The View Lounge is now open in the space sandwiched on the floor between Nove and Moon nightclub, putting a twist on low-fi entertainment with old-school board games (hopefully they have Clue!), billiards and even a shuffleboard table. (In the Palms, 9 p.m.,

Tuesday, March 26

“Everyday.” “Like This.” “White Treble Black Bass.” “Right in the Night.” “Back on Black.” “Automatic Machine.” Even if you don’t know Sgt Slick by name, you’ve no doubt heard the Aussie’s tunes, and can catch him at Lavo. (In the Palazzo, 11 p.m.,

Wednesday, March 27

Here’s a fun one for fans of the undead, zombies, walkers, biters or whatever you call ‘em these days. Head (or behead?) up to the Mount Charleston Lodge as Ash & the Deadites present a bone-chilling night for Evil Dead fans to coincide with the release of the remake, complete with a live performance from Evil Dead: The Musical and a screening of the original 1981 film. You can also get a sweet package deal, including a bloody good dinner and cabin stay—though we can’t promise protection from things that go “ARRRRRGHHHHH!” in the night. (5375 Kyle Canyon Rd., 6 p.m.,