Tommy Trash Makes Hakkasan Detour from Hounds of Hell Tour


Thursday, Nov. 14

Rising Aussie electro-star Tommy Trash takes time off from his Hounds of Hell tour with Wolfgang Gartner to thrash Hakkasan. (In MGM Grand, 10 p.m., Las Vegas models and industry personalities are honored at Work Hard, Play Hard at Haze presented by Viva Vegas TV, which invites guests to “celebrate the Las Vegas lifestyle with the influencers who party for a living and manage to pull it off with style.” (In Aria, 10:30 p.m.,

Friday, Nov. 15

Rock with Nine Inch Nails today or tomorrow at The Joint. Trent Reznor secretly recorded Hesitation Marks over the last year and dropped it Aug. 30—the album marked NIN’s first new music in five years. (In Hard Rock Hotel, 8 p.m., English trance/house producer Michael Woods had his first No. 1 single in the U.K. in 2000, and has been droppin’ hits ever since. He’ll spin the Hakkasan main room with support in the Ling Ling Club from New Yorker-turned-Las Vegas local SKAM Artist Crooked, who also owns one of Las Vegas’ original streetwear shops, Knyew. (In MGM Grand, 10 p.m.) German trance legend ATB returns to Marquee. He’s been busy working on his ninth studio album, Contact, slated for a 2014 release. (In the Cosmopolitan, 10 p.m.,

Saturday, Nov. 16

Halloween withdrawal is a serious problem this time of year. Take the rabbit hole to the GBDC Mad Hatter Tea Party. The Alice in Wonderland-themed bash (and sexy bunny ear giveaway) gives daytime party-goers a reason to costume-up and pop some, ahem, tea? (In the Palms, 1 p.m., Or choose from an extensively poppable selection of champagne at Lavo Saturdays Party Brunch. Sip bubbly, crush the almond crusted French toast and dance on tables as DJ Lema spins house music all afternoon. (In Palazzo, 1 p.m., Super Swede Alesso returns to Light after making his Billboard debut for “Under Control,” with Calvin Harris. Alesso is also the latest superstar who first DJ’d Las Vegas thanks to talent buyer-extraordinaire, Zee Zandi.(In Mandalay Bay, 10 p.m.,

Sunday, Nov. 17

Run Downtown for’s ½ of the Half, which promises all the excitement of the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon in only 6.5 miles. Then drink back all those burned calories at the Block Party. The free event features local vendors, artists, food-truck favorites and a Michelob Light Beer Garden. (At 7th Street and Carson Avenue, 3 p.m., Then check out the second monthly Theory party at Insert Coin(s), featuring live music from jazz/funk/soul trio Grey Theory. (512 Fremont St., 9 p.m., Trance-legend Tiësto hits Hakkasan on the heels of receiving DJ Mag’s first-ever Legend Award. In his post-award interview Tiësto revealed a recent move toward electro-house with hard drops, deep house and hardstyle. (In MGM Grand, 10 p.m.)

Monday, Nov. 18

Marquee presents the first installment of The Collaborative: Fireside Sessions featuring Tekkno Flamenko in the Library. The group of Blue Man Group and Cirque Du Soleil musicians plays a hybrid electronic/flamenco sound, plus Dutch trance star Dash Berlin spins in the main room. (In the Cosmopolitan, 10 p.m.) Party to support Opportunity Village at Mondays Dark with Rock of Ages star Mark Shunock at Body English. He’ll be joined by Glee’s Dot-Marie Jones and some of his Rock of Ages cast mates. (In Hard Rock Hotel, 9 p.m., Chicago up-and-comer Brenmar takes the decks at XS. The formerly underground DJ/producer mixes hip-hop and R&B into forward thinking, bass-heavy club music. This is one rad booking. (In Encore, 10 p.m.,

Tuesday, Nov. 19

Lily welcomes back Korean-born, Southwest-raised musician Daniel Park. The multitalented acoustic artist sings while alternating between guitar and violin riffs. (In Bellagio, 9 p.m., Meanwhile, nearby, DJ Konflikt (3) spins the Lost Angels industry party at Hyde. The Miami-based DJ holds residencies at South Beach hot spots Set and Mansion, and won Miami’s Redbull Thre3style DJ battle earlier this year. (In Bellagio, 10:30 p.m.,

Wednesday, Nov. 20

Get your hair did for Blow Out Wednesdays at Light with A-Trak. Listen to the world-champion DJ’s recently released disco-y mix with Duck Sauce partner Armand van Helden for BBC Radio 1’s Essential Mix, aptly named “Duck Tape.” (In Mandalay Bay, 10 p.m.) Across the Strip Dillon Francis spins Surrender Your Wednesdays with DJ Snake. Check out the enterprising producer’s web store, which offers such products as “Dillon Francis will prank call your mom in the middle of the night” for $300 and “Dillon Francis will become a vegan for a year” for $40,000. (In Encore, 10:30 p.m.,

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