Sage the Gemini Hits the Gas Pedal at Tao

Sage the Gemini

Sage the Gemini

Thursday, Nov. 7

Before you speed up for the weekend, “Slow down, grab the wall. Wiggle like you tryna make yo ass fall off,” with Sage the Gemini. The Bay Area rapper performs at Tao in celebration of his hit single, “Gas Pedal.” (In the Venetian, 10 p.m., Or head over to Hakkasan for a performance by the Nervo sisters. The two Aussie model-producers are proven hit-makers on their own as well as when collaborating with the likes of Afrojack and Nicky Romero. (In MGM Grand, 10 p.m.,

Friday, Nov. 8

Speaking of siblings from the land down unda, the Stafford Brothers boomerang back into Light. After moving from Australia to Los Angeles, the duo became the first EDM act signed to Cash Money Records, telling MTV, “We wanted to work with rappers.” Here’s to your crossover success, bros. (In Mandalay Bay, 10 p.m., Dutch duo Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano return to Marquee on the heels of what should be their biggest hit to date, “S.O.T.U.” with Nicky Romero featuring Fast Eddie. The duo is also reportedly working on collabs with Sander van Doorn, Steve Angello and Fedde Le Grand. (In the Cosmopolitan, 10 p.m., Dada Life turns Hakkasan into Dada Land tonight. Get to know the Swedish duo’s crazy, ahem, normal side in our recent interview at (In MGM Grand, 10 p.m..)

Saturday, Nov. 9

Head to the Boulevard Pool for our beer festival, Vegas Seven’s Desert Hops International Beer Experience. Sip 150 beers (good luck!) from 25 countries, and sample eats from Jaleo, Comme Ça and the Henry. (At the Cosmopolitan, 3 p.m., See the debut of DJ R.O.B. & The Funk All Stars in the Access Showroom. The innovative hybrid musical project, led by the seminal DJ R.O.B. on the decks and drums, integrates a DJ with live music: a bassist, guitar player and two vocalists. (In Aliante Casino Hotel, 9 p.m., Toronto-based Zeds Dead bumps into Surrender. The Canadian duo has been at the forefront of the bass movement since forming in 2009. (In Encore, 10:30 p.m., The lineup at Hakkasan is stacked: Crowd-surfing punk-electro DJ Steve Aoki is in the main room, while the Ling Ling Club has the seminal Rev Run and the rapidly rising Ruckus, Lenny Kravitz’ cuz. (In MGM Grand, 10 p.m.)

Sunday, Nov. 10

Wait, before you put away the Life Is Beautiful and Halloween costumes, XIV Superheroes returns to Hyde. So whether your spider senses are tingling or you’re fighting for truth, justice and the American Way, spandex-suit-up and keep the costume party going. (In Bellagio, 6 p.m., Making his Las Vegas debut, DJ AcE (a.k.a. Trey Smith, better known as Will Smith’s eldest son), celebrates his 21st birthday with a DJ set at Lavo. Before the DJ thing, Trey Smith was a promising wide receiver catching TDs from Joe Montana’s super-son. (In the Palazzo, 11 p.m.,

Monday, Nov. 11

Calvin Harris might be the most well-known Scottish DJ, but XS has another talented Scot by the name of Chris Lake. The DJ/producer/label owner has led quite the career in his own right, including four consecutive top 10 hits on the Billboard Hot Dance Airplay Chart between ’06-’07. (In Encore, 10 p.m., It’s industry Monday at Marquee as Eric Dlux—the DJ who got his start droppin’ hip-hop beats on Power 106—gets it poppin’ with his open-format steeze. (In the Cosmopolitan, 10 p.m.)

Tuesday, Nov. 12

Making “happy hour” a thing of the past, Park on Fremont introduces Happy Night for eight hours every weeknight. There’s $1-$5 grub, including the veggie quesadilla and the Philly mac and cheesesteak along with $4 draft beers and $5 specialty cocktails. (506 Fremont St., 3 p.m. until 7 p.m., A-Trak, the world-champion DJ-turned-producer, Fool’s Gold label-head and one half of Duck Sauce, headlines Dope Sh*t Tuesdays at 1 Oak with Danny Brown. This industry party is gaining momentum and giving locals a reason to willingly ruin their Wednesday mornings. (In The Mirage, 10:30 p.m.,

Wednesday, Nov. 13

Porter Robinson shoots into Surrender Your Wednesdays. On his highly anticipated debut album, Robinson recently posted, “It’s really close to done. This record focuses on being emotional and beautiful and vast-sounding. I’m also art-directing the whole multimedia aspect.” Can’t wait to hear and see this one. (In Encore, 10:30 p.m., Head Downtown to Commonwealth’s one-year anniversary, headlined by Anna Lunoe with special one-hour quickie sets by resident DJs Technicolor, Plo, Kid Conrad, B-Side and Teenwolf. Or chill downstairs with a performance by local pianist Joey Pero and trumpeter Michael Spadoni. (525 Fremont St. 6 p.m.,

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