Above & Beyond Jump Off at Hakkasan


Thursday, Jan. 23

Ready to get rough? The USA Sevens rugby tournament runs through Sunday, and PBR Rock Bar hosts the official kickoff party tonight. You can get your hands on a Coors Light for $5 or put down $50 for all-day open-bar access, plus you’ll receive a 10 percent discount with a tournament ticket stub. (In the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood, 9 p.m., PBRRockBar.com.) Meanwhile, Above & Beyond makes their debut on the Hakkasan decks. The trio recently told us they’ll be testing songs for their new album during their residency, so don’t miss your opportunity to give them thoughtful feedback. Or to get wasted—it’s really up to you. (In MGM Grand, 10 p.m., HakkasanLV.com.)

Friday, Jan. 24

Morgan Page makes his way back to the booth at XS tonight. Lately he’s been teasing new material by posting pictures on Facebook of some pretty sweet synthesizers. Here’s hoping he delivers ’80s realness during his set. (In Encore, 10 p.m., XSLasVegas.com.) Speaking of a blast from the past, we haven’t heard much from Bauuer since his “Harlem Shake” exploded in 2013. Play catch-up with the 24 year-old trap producer when he spins at Light. (In Mandalay Bay, 10 p.m., TheLightVegas.com.)

Saturday, Jan. 25

Happy second birthday, Hyde! Help the nightspot blow out the candles on their cake and take in a performance from the Sayers Sessions Band. They’ll be imported from Los Angeles for the evening to serenade you with blues, jazz and rock. (In Bellagio, 10 p.m., HydeBellagio.com.) Consider it your civic responsibility to wish well on Nia Sanchez, the newly crowned Miss Nevada 2014. She hosts tonight at Moon with former crown-holder Shanna Moakler. (In the Palms, 10:30 p.m., Palms.com.) If you lack the photogenic glow of a pageant queen, we suggest you step into Beauty Bar for the Winter Formal edition of Say What?! A prom-inspired photo booth rounds out a night of ’90s hip-hop and live music from local band Von Kin. (517 Fremont St., 10 p.m., TheBeautyBar.com.) The Whisky Attic in the Freakin’ Frog holds its annual Robert Burns Debauchery Dinner, in honor of the celebrated Scottish poet who would’ve celebrated his 255th birthday today. Among many other works, Burns wrote “Auld Lang Syne,” that tune we all slur through every New Year’s Eve. (4700 S. Maryland Pkwy. Suite 8, 7 p.m., FreakinFrog.com.)

Sunday, Jan. 26

Do you know how to spot a hooker? Typically, that’s the rugby player with the No. 2 on his shirt who uses his feet to “hook” the ball around the field. You’re likely to find a few hookers at Body English during the USA Sevens Parade of Champions. (In Hard Rock Hotel, 10:30 p.m., BodyEnglish.com.) Need to get away? First, go to The Bank, where the largest industry group present will be awarded with a two-night trip for 10 to Park City, Utah. DJs Ikon and Karma man the turntables. (In Bellagio, 10:30 p.m., TheBankLasVegas.com.)

Monday, Jan. 27

Don’t hold it against them that their last name is a number; trance duo Myon and Shane 54 mean business. So much so, in fact, that when DJ Mag asked the brothers what their ideal super power would be, they collectively answered “Hearing. To be the ultimate sound engineer.” See them get serious tonight at Marquee. (In the Cosmopolitan, 10 p.m., MarqueeLasVegas.com.)

Tuesday, Jan. 28

Now it’s time to check on your New Year’s resolution. When you said you were going to “shift” your party habits, did you mean you were slowing it down, or were you just referring to DJ Shift, who’s spinning at Pure’s Industry Tuesday with DJ Cyberkid? Eh, this is a judgment-free zone. (In Caesars Palace, 10:30 p.m., AngelMG.com.)

Wednesday, Jan. 29

Peanut butter and jelly. Steak and potatoes. Hall and Oates and Daft Punk. We have the production skills of The Hood Internet to thank for that last amazing combination—a bubbly mash-up of “Private Eyes” and “Fragments of Time,” respectively—and we have Insert Coin(s) to thank for bringing them to us for the evening. The duo weaves seemingly unrelated tracks together like you wouldn’t believe. You’ll spot us fan-girling at the front of the line before resident DJ 88 starts the night. (512 Fremont St., 10 p.m., InsertCoinsLV.com.)