Seven Nights

Your city after dark

Thursday, June 6

Quick, what’s better: free drinks or free music? If you said, “both,” then plan Thursday around Rock N’ Roll Wine, when the revolving party takes over the Artisan. (1501 W. Sahara Ave., 6 p.m., Passing on wholesome family time? Rally your crew for LA Riots. The SoCal duo spins a rebellious electro sound, perfect for disturbing the peace at Tryst’s industry party. (In Wynn, 10 p.m.,

Friday, June 7

Ready for your First Friday dose of culture? This month the musical footprint expands to six stages. (Casino Center Blvd. and Colorado Ave., 5 p.m., Step into Sessions, the monthly concert series that features L.A. bands in the newly spiffed-up El Cortez Fiesta Room. (In El Cortez, 9 p.m., Popping up next Downtown: The Cosmopolitan transports frozen liquor treats from The Neapolitan and an interactive musical performance from current P3Studio resident, Tamar Ettun. (Colorado Ave. and 3rd St., 5 p.m., New York-based the Chainsmokers have a buzz you can inhale at Marquee Dayclub. The super-satirical electro-funk-duo has been lighting up the blogosphere and causing head rushes at parties for Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior and Rolls Royce. (At the Cosmopolitan, 10 a.m.,

Saturday, June 8

Join Bravo’s Shahs of Sunset reality starlet Lilly Ghalichi—the former lawyer, current designer and self-proclaimed Persian Barbie—to launch the newly remodeled Posh Boutique Nightclub. (In Crazy Horse III, 11 p.m., Kick up the epic with electro-jokesters Dada Life when they dive into Wet Republic. (At MGM Grand, 11 a.m., Cool off with Taboo at Palms Pool. The multitalented rapper/DJ/singer/actor from the Black Eyed Peas spins with local favorites Lisa Pittman and Presto One. (At Palms, noon, Seventy-two years and two days after D-Day, German Thomas Gold and Frenchman Sebastien Drums unite at Light. (In Mandalay Bay, 10 p.m.,

Sunday, June 9

Football season is around the corner and M Resort is whetting your appetite with the Ladies of Legends Pool Party. Meet the ladies of the Legends Football League (formerly the Lingerie Football League) and get two free game tickets with every bottle purchase. (At M Resort, 11 a.m., Don’t get mad, get Mad Decent. Genre-bending Diplo dips into Encore Beach Club’s Daystar Sundays. (At Wynn, 11 a.m.,

Monday, June 10

Drop off the kids and start popping bottles—for charity, of course. Palms Pool’s Cabana for a Cause fundraiser offers $100 cabanas on select Mondays this summer. This installment benefits the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Las Vegas. (At Palms, 11:30 a.m., For a sizzling hot steak scene, stop by STK Magnum Monday with sounds by S.K.A.M. Artist DJ Skratchy and get a comp’ed Veuve Clicquot magnum with any regular bottle purchase. (In the Cosmopolitan, 9 p.m.,

Tuesday, June 11

Keep the ball rolling with an NBA Finals Viewing Party at Lily. The intimate lounge offers a sexy atmosphere, perfect for the social sports fan. (In Bellagio, 6 p.m., Try the upscale happy hour at Society Café and enjoy 2-for-1 drinks and $6 appetizers until 6 p.m. (In Encore, 3 p.m.,

Wednesday, June 12

London import, trap music production duo Stooki Sound brings its grimy hip-hop-influenced sound to Commonwealth Wednesdays. (625 Fremont St., midnight, Senegalese superstar Akon helps celebrate Surrender Your Wednesdays third anniversary. Wishful thought: Let’s hope he teases tracks from his upcoming album, Stadium, scheduled for a summer release. (In Encore, 10:30 p.m.,

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