Frank Rempe Leads Charge Under Marquee Dayclub Dome

Frank Rempe plays under the dome.

Frank Rempe plays under the dome.

Thursday, March 6

Is that the familiar sound of two dudes in bro tanks high-fiving one another? Yep, must be bikini season again! That’s good reason for all to visit Stoney’s Rockin Country on Ladies Night. In addition to co-ed dance lessons and $1 drinks for females, the regular Thursday promotion offers swimwear giveaways to the first 10 cowgirls who sign up for a bikini bull ride—fitting, because the first round of dayclubs opens this weekend. (In Town Square, 7:30 p.m.,

Friday, March 7

Speaking of swimwear…Marquee Dayclub debuts today. Its plastic “dome” protects against inclement weather that would otherwise threaten your right to get day-trashed outdoors during “winter.” Veteran DJ Frank Rempe christens the decks. (At the Cosmopolitan, 11 a.m., Across the Strip, Double Barrel Roadhouse, our first taste of Monte Carlo’s new sidewalk plaza, opens its doors. Mio Danilovic, vice president of nightlife operations for property partner SBE, says to expect “a true roadhouse experience” from the 12,000 square-foot restaurant and bar space. In other words, it’s gon’ get rowdy. (

Saturday, March 8

“Weather permitting,” we can add Encore Beach Club to our itinerary today—if only all the pools were covered by plastic, right? Our fingers are crossed for sunshine so that we can see Jus Ske, the DJ who accompanied Jay Z and Justin Timberlake on their 2013 Legends of Summer tour, set the soundtrack. (At Encore, 11 a.m., Adding to all of the new excitement on the Strip, Brooklyn Bowl welcomes the first customers to its bar, bowling lanes and concert pit today. Doors open at noon, but the party really starts at 9 p.m., when funk trio Soulive inaugurates the stage. (At the Linq,

Sunday, March 9

There’s an obvious reason to love DJ Green Lantern: He’s named after the best DC Comics character, and thankfully, James D’Agostino has racked up plenty of cred to support the epic moniker. The New York native and radio personality produced tracks for the Grand Theft Auto IV soundtrack (a.k.a Now That’s What I Call Turn Up Music). The pulsing synth and rumbling drums on his recent remix of “Know About Me,” with producer Valentino Khan and rapper Iggy Azalea is just the kind of musical IV you need on a Sunday night at XS. Anytime, really—we’re playing it on repeat right now. (In Encore, 10:30 p.m.,

Monday, March 10

Let’s pretend that you go to Crazy Horse III to look at something other than the ladies, mmkay? The gentleman’s club has recently introduced a sports bar with new seating and 12 TV screens. Now’s the time to claim your favorite viewing spot before March Madness begins next week. (3525 W. Russell Rd.,

Tuesday, March 11

It’s a rather slow Tuesday, so we suggest you take the opportunity to visit the new Lavo, which transformed from nightclub to lounge earlier this year. The couches are comfy, the lighting is moody, and during our most recent visit we heard nothing but sexy jams coming through the speakers. (In the Venetian, 6 p.m.,

Wednesday, March 12

From the owners of Elixir and Remedy’s in Henderson, Distill bar debuted in Summerlin late last month. Wednesday is the watering hole’s industry night, when the flash of an ID gets you 50 percent off all appetizers, $5 cocktails and $3 specials until 4 a.m. We heard that good deals taste best when enjoyed near the fire pits on the bar’s “backyard” patio. (10820 W. Charleston Blvd., 10 p.m.,