Seven Nights

Your city after dark

Thursday, June 13

Now I ain’t sayin’ she a gold digger … but she might be a STRFKR. Get down and intimate with the Portland-based indie-house band at Beauty Bar. (517 Fremont St, 9 p.m., See Australia’s super sexy-Grammy-winning sister songwriters Nervo at Hakkasan. Their combined talent and hotness unnerves fans everywhere. (In MGM Grand, 10 p.m.,

Friday, June 14

Dance like an Egyptian with Aly & Fila at Marquee Dayclub. The Cairo-based trance duo landed at No. 19 on the DJ Mag Top 100 poll. (At the Cosmopolitan, 10 a.m., It’s a power party! Big Boy and DJ E-Man from L.A.’s Power 106 morning show take over Gallery to host a Pitbull concert pre-party. (In Planet Hollywood, 11 p.m., Sarah Nisperos’ Downtown Project-supported Coterie brings its boutique-y style to the runway for Fabrik Friday at SHe. The show will feature “never-seen-before crazy magic” according to Coterie fashionisto Charles Ressler (In Crystals, shows at 7 p.m., 9 p.m. and 11 p.m., Then hit the after-party at Coterie, where 10 percent of purchases benefit Opportunity Village. (515 Fremont St., midnight). Get a dose of late-night laughs with Jay Leno at the Terry Fator Theatre as he kicks off his first of six shows. (In The Mirage, 10 p.m.,

Saturday, June 15

Get ready to rock with an all-star cast at the Pearl. Cheap Trick will sing some of his 40 gold and platinum tunes alongside four-time Grammy winner Pat Benatar with Neil Giraldo. (In the Palms, 8 p.m., The hits continue at the Mandalay Bay Events Center with hip-shaking multi-platinum Pitbull and Ke$ha; she’s riding a string of seven consecutive Top 10s herself. (8 p.m., Find yourself at Hyde for a stylish set from resident DJ Mick Boogie. The fashion industry’s favorite DJ has spun for “It” brands from Louis Vuitton and Jimmy Choo to Ralph Lauren and Nike, plus private parties for the likes of Adele, Beyoncé and LeBron James. (In Bellagio, 10 p.m.,

Sunday, June 16

Happy Father’s Day! Bring Pops to Rhumbar, where $20 gets Dad his choice of a signature cocktail and house cigar pairing. (In The Mirage, noon, If your dad is a stallion, trot him down to La Martina’s polo-inspired fashion show at Pure. A premiere polo clothier since the ’80s, the brand has U.S. stores in Miami, Aspen and Las Vegas’ Forum Shops, and remains the sport’s official equipment supplier. (In Caesars Palace, 10:30 p.m.,

Monday, June 17

Ever notice how industry folk own about 3.5 phones at any given time? There’s finally a good use for all the old ones as Bare hosts Cell Phones for Soldiers. Your donated devices help raise funds to purchase phone cards for soldiers overseas and provide emergency services for veterans. (At The Mirage, 11 a.m., Pop in to XS for a primal performance from Canadian DJ duo Sultan + Ned Shepard. (In Encore, 10 p.m.,

Tuesday, June 18

Running shoes? Check. Speedo? Got it. Santa hat? Somewhere around here … Christmas comes early at the Ho-Ho-Speed-Oh charity run Downtown presented by Opportunity Village. Join the community in your favorite swimwear and jingle all the way to the finish line with host Brad Garrett. (233 S. 4th St., 4 p.m., Post run, forget the Gatorade and rehydrate with DJ Bonez at the Lady Sylvia. Turntable Tuesdays features five different DJs, each spinning their unique style until 2 a.m. (900 Las Vegas Blvd. South, 9 p.m.,

Wednesday, June 19

End the midweek misery and kick off EDC Week by dancing and swimming under the stars as Dutch house prodigy Nicky Romero makes a splash at Daylight’s Eclipse Wednesday. (At Mandalay Bay, 10 p.m., Wrap up three weeks of festivities for Surrender Your Wednesdays’ third anniversary with a double-set from Nero and Morgan Page. Plus, it’s Morgan’s birthday, so expect an extra special celebration set. (In Encore, 10:30 p.m., Hold up, did someone say EDC?! Yep! Don’t worry: We have way more Electric Daisy Carnival coverage coming next week.

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