Franky Perez Gets Dirty at Fizz

Photo by Bridget Bohas

Photo by Bridget Bohas

Thursday, Feb. 20

Is your regular Thursday haunt feeling too clean for your taste? Local rocker Franky Perez comes to your rescue with his new project, The Dirty, during a launch party at Fizz. The band promises soulful renditions of pop tunes from Motown to Timberlake. (In Caesars Palace, 10 p.m.,

Friday, Feb. 21

In November, 21-year-old DJ/producer Porter Robinson inked a deal with Astralwerks Records. Earlier this month, he posted a 10-hour looped video to his website with the sole purpose of announcing the title of his debut album, Worlds. Give the kid props for creative thinking when he takes control of Marquee. (In the Cosmopolitan, 10 p.m.,

Saturday, Feb. 22

Rumors are swirling that Ronda Rousey might retire if she loses the UFC 170 match tonight against Sara McMann. The star fighter and former Olympian is already cast for a major role in the upcoming Entourage film, plus appearances in the next Expendables and Fast and the Furious. You oughta tune in before she goes full-on Hollywood on us. We suggest you do so at Posh, where admission to the viewing party includes two complimentary drinks, pizza and raffle tickets. (3525 W. Russell Rd., 6 p.m., You may have heard John Dadzie—better known as dubstep pioneer 12th Planet—filling Body English with underground sound last year. Now he’s bringing his North American Smog City Tour to a non-nightclub venue—Hard Rock Live—so the 18 and over crowd can be exposed to his wonky beats. (3771 Las Vegas Blvd. South, 9 p.m., In early February, After organizer Thom Svast caused a minor Internet earthquake with his list of DJ rules that banned, among other things, “anything with a Lil John or T-Pain drop in it” and the music of Strip staples such as Calvin Harris and David Guetta. The rules made national headlines, and garnered the attention of major names that now want in on the after-hours action. In the first of many more guests to come, Canadian techno legend Max Graham joins residents Spacebyrdz and Blackboots late tonight, err, early Sunday morning. (3765 Las Vegas Blvd. South, 2 a.m.,

Sunday, Feb. 23

Do you like food? Music? Art? Yeah, you do! So don’t miss Sunday Riots, organized by local street-wear brand Civilian. For the event’s 2014 return, DJs Dielekt, Edoc and Daze 1 are spinning all vinyl. Legit vinyl, as in sans Serato. Not only that, but the night will also feature provocative pop art from Las Vegas own’ Dillon Boy, snacks by Robo Duck and limited-edition Civilian tees for sale. Admission is free but you should bring a few bucks—you won’t want to leave empty-handed. (6460 Windy Rd., Suite A, 7 p.m.,

Monday, Feb. 24

On Feb. 13, DJ Five won Spearmint Rhino’s first Valentine’s Day poker tournament. After doing so, he tweeted “lap dances on me next week!!” but you can ask him if the offer is still valid when he spins at XS tonight. (In Encore, 10:30 p.m.,

Tuesday, Feb. 25

Thank Hyde for giving you a good reason to party post-weekend and pre-hump day. Tonight marks the two-year anniversary of the Lost Angels industry night with sounds by DJ Konflikt and sponsored cocktails from Absolut vodka. Cheers! (In Bellagio, 10:30 p.m.,

Wednesday, Feb. 26

Artisan is also celebrating, honoring one year of Latin flavor during Cuban Night Wednesdays. Dress in circus-themed attire for the occasion; you’ll be in good company with models from the Exclusive Customs calendar. (1501 W. Sahara Ave., 10 p.m., Dutch DJ/ producer Don Diablo makes his first residency appearance at Light. He has already made waves, though: His song “Starlight,” a collaboration with Matt Nash, was named among Billboard’s Top 50 Game-Changing EDM Tracks of 2013. Make sure to add it to your “Getting Ready to Go Out” playlist. We know you have one. (In Mandalay Bay, 10:30 p.m.,