Seven Nights

In town for industry night, the one-and-only Missy Elliott headlines at Haze. Let’s hope she keeps with the theme and shows the crowd how to “Work It.”

Missy Elliott will be getting her freak on at Haze May 16.

Missy Elliott will be getting her freak on at Haze May 16.

Thursday, May 16

Instead of his usual Champagne showers, Redfoo switches to spraying water at Surrender’s Grand Splash Party. That oughta lighten your load on laundry day! (In Encore, 10:30 p.m., SurrenderNightclub.com.) In town for industry night, the one-and-only Missy Elliott headlines at Haze. Let’s hope she keeps with the theme and shows the crowd how to “Work It.” (In Aria, 10:30 p.m., HazeLasVegas.com.) To squeeze a little more mingling into your evening, get in with the independent film crowd at Firkin on Paradise for the Las Vegas Film Festival Friends of the Festival mixer. (4503 Paradise Rd., 5 p.m., Eventbrite.com.)

Friday, May 17

Here’s to a whole lot of hip-hop and hot bodies. Drop City Yacht Club docks at Lavo for a performance of the catchy hit “Crickets.” (In the Palazzo, 11 p.m., LavoLV.com.) Then it’s time to “pony” up, partygoers—Ginuwine is in the house at Chateau. When things get a little steamy on the dance floor, chill out on the rooftop patio. (In Paris Las Vegas, 10:30 p.m., ChateauNights.com.) Encore Beach Club launches the Miss Beach Bunny Vegas contest (at Encore, noon, EncoreBeachClub.com), while The Act hosts the ClickStartMe.com Spokesmodel Competition. (In the Palazzo, 11 p.m., ClickStartMe.com/Contests.)

Saturday, May 18

Spitting rhymes while you fix your tan lines, rapper Theophilus London sets up for a sun-sational show at Tao Beach. (At the Venetian, 10 a.m., TaoBeach.com.) If he doesn’t deliver “Wine & Chocolates,” you can still get to sippin’ at the ninth annual Reggae Pool Party wine-tasting. Select samples from more than 80 wines while you relax to the sounds of the Headshine and Natural Vibrations at Palms Pool. (At the Palms, 7 p.m., Palms.com). If high-energy is more your speed, head to the Fremont Street Experience for the Red Bull BC One B-Boy Competition and cheer on local boys Prinz Harry and Roland Bluntz. No, we didn’t make up those names, but we’d sure love to see them on a trophy. (425 Fremont St., 8 p.m., RedBullBCOne.com.)

Sunday, May 19

So today you didn’t feel like doing anything, huh? Tonight you can get out and dance while Bruno Mars makes an appearance at The Bank. (In Bellagio, 10:30 p.m., TheBankLasVegas.com.) Then put your hands up at Hakkasan as Dada Life goes unleashed. With their bangin’ beats and banana peels aplenty, get ready for a potassium-packed power set. (In MGM Grand, 10 p.m., HakkasanLV.com.)

Monday, May 20

Decent Mondays are OK, but Mad Decent? Those are way better! Diplo is back at XS to get your week started right. (In Wynn, 10 p.m., XSLasVegas.com.)

Tuesday, May 21

Lasers, confetti and glow sticks … oh my! Moon Tuesday is in full swing tonight as Alie Layus and Kid Conrad cover the ones and twos. (In the Palms, 10:30 p.m., Palms.com.)

Wednesday, May 22

Before Light turns on next weekend, get your first glimpse of Daylight Beachclub when Axwell spins beneath the stars at the Eclipse Pool Party. While you’re there, treat yourself to any one of the signature cocktails at Daylight. (At Mandalay Bay, 10 p.m., DaylightVegas.com.) When the sun sets, and it feels more like “Sweater Weather,” catch California-grown crooners The Neighbourhood at Fremont Country Club. (601 Fremont St., Facebook.com/FremontCountryClub.)

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