Seven Nights

Your city after dark

Thursday, April 4

Get up and at ’em early, because there’s a whole day’s worth of partying to be had at Bagatelle. The Pukka Up Worldwide Tour club brand is making a stop and bringing DJ sets by Mark Robinson, DMorse, Jounce and a whole slew of other talent from 11 a.m.-8 p.m. (In the Tropicana, Our favorite Aussie in nightlife, Mike Diamond, is a part of the new season of TLC’s NY Ink, and will be hosting a viewing party at Lily along with co-star Tommy Montoya. Compare tattoos and laugh at their exploits. (In Bellagio, 8 p.m., While we’re still waiting for the next album from Nelly (due out this fall), things are gonna get hot in heeeere, when he hosts the party at Haze while DJ Karma spins. (In Aria, 10:30 p.m.)

Friday, April 5

More than 80 beers at Rock N Brew 4? Sign us up! And we intend on trying every one of them! Just kidding, but kudos to the liver that can handle that. Hellogoodbye headlines poolside along with performances by HalfwayHouse, Red Eye Radio and more. (At the Palms, 6 p.m., Happy fourth anniversary, XS! In honor of the occasion, one of the world’s most recognizable DJs, David Guetta, wants you to “Play Hard” for the night. (In Encore, 10 p.m.,

Saturday, April 6

Here’s a fun one for when you’re splashing around in the sun: ¡Three Loco!, i.e. Dirt Nasty (Simon Rex), Riff Raff (Jody Christian) and Andy Milonakis, will be performing at Liquid and bringing along their brand of comedic hip-hop with tracks “Neato,” “Beer” and “We are Farmers.” (At Aria, 11 a.m., Romantic Rock Pin Up Fashions—sounds sexy. Hotel California is a fashion event featuring the collaboration between the aforementioned brand and Indiekrush for the event headlined by Mickey Avalon. (Hard Rock Café on the Strip, 7 p.m., Snoop Dogg. Snoop Lion? Just Snoop? No matter—you know who we’re talking about. The legendary rapper performs at the Seven Deadly Sins party in honor of Tao’s seven-year anniversary, so be ready to indulge in your vices while, coincidentally, DJ Vice spins. (In the Venetian, 10 p.m.,

Sunday, April 7

Life Is Beautiful. The festival by that name hosts a music showcase at Commonwealth as part of its series of monthly events around Downtown. A Crowd of Small Adventures, Moondog Matinee, Avalon Landing, the Dirty Hooks (a Vegas Seven staff favorite), Chandelle and the All-Togethers bring the sounds. Snag a $6 Stoli drink special while there. (525 Fremont St., 5 p.m., EDM favorite Calvin Harris kicks off his Wet Republic residency today, and can help you find Dove in a soapless place—er, love in a hopeless place. (At the MGM, 11 a.m.,

Monday, April 8

We can’t expect you to give up boozing for an evening, but now you can get sauced without standing all night. The new Galaxy Luxury+ theatres in Green Valley welcomes the 21-and-up crowd to chill in snazzy recliners while sipping beer (Editor’s note: They have Stone!) and wine while enjoying the latest flicks! Sounds like our kinda trip to the movies, seeing that we already were sneaking flasks into the theater anyway. (4500 E. Sunset Rd., Unit 10,

Tuesday, April 9

Tuesdays are once again ratchet—but in a good way. The insanity of the Major Lazer (4) residency at 1 Oak continues, along with your chance to hear more of that forthcoming Free the Universe album we’ve been waiting … and waiting … and waiting for. (In The Mirage, 10:30 p.m.,

Wednesday, April 10

We’d like our Wednesday with a dash of indie, Brit-pop, soul and electro, please. Lipgloss Las Vegas brings the popular Denver-based event to Beauty Bar with Boyhollow, Tyler Jacobson and DJ Tower. (517 Fremont St., 10 p.m.,

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