Pick Up Where Last Summer Left Off With Robin Thicke

Photo by Debbie Wong

Photo by Debbie Wong

Thursday, April 10

If you’re like us, you‘ve yet to conquer your towering loads of laundry by Thursday. The party dresses are still wearing Champagne spills, and the slacks are covered in late-night snack crumbs. Luckily, along comes Trailer Park Thursdays at Revolver, encouraging us to wear our “trailer park best.” That hole-y flannel shirt that you sometimes use as a rag—that’s gonna look so good tonight. Double Wide provides live music; entry is free before 10 p.m. (In Santa Fe Station, 8 p.m., SantaFeStation.SCLV.com.)

Friday, April 11

The majority of pool clubs celebrated grand openings last weekend, but leave it to topless pools to play coy and make us wait a little longer. Caesars’ European-style splash palace, Venus Pool Club, opens today. (11 a.m., CaesarsPalace.com.) After 2013 DJ sets at Marquee Dayclub and Light, British brothers Disclosure now bring their mesmerizing beats to Brooklyn Bowl. That means if hearing their dance-inducing single, “Latch” featuring Sam Smith, wasn’t enough, you can chow down on fried chicken, too. (At the Linq, 9 p.m., Vegas.BrooklynBowl.com.) Another British duo, the Prototypes, is on deck at OBA Lounge in House of Blues. The dudes handle heavy drum and bass music and will likely preview tracks from their upcoming LP, City of Gold. (At Mandalay Bay, 10 p.m., HouseofBlues.com.)

Saturday, April 12

“Robin Thicke enters Rehab:” it’s a headline we’ve all anticipated since he and Miley Cyrus unleashed twerkgate at the MTV VMAs in August. We further expected it when the cheating rumors broke earlier this year and Thicke began using his concert stages as a soapbox to win back wife, Paula Patton. At last, the man behind “Blurred Lines” will check himself into Rehab, the originator of Las Vegas daylife, when he performs at their 11th season-opening bash. (Did you think we meant otherwise?) His appearance kicks off the party’s new two-day, pop-heavy format, which continues tomorrow with a performance from Flo Rida. (At Hard Rock Hotel, 10 a.m., HardRockHotel.com.)

Sunday, April 13

In other risqué party news, Artisan debuts La Playa, a top-optional, Latin-themed fiesta by the pool. DJs Veetam and Gil Barba man the turntables; ladies drink free Champagne until 3 p.m. (1501 W. Sahara Ave., 1 p.m., ArtisanHotel.com.) In advance of Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend (at the Orleans, April 17-20, VivaLasVegas.net.), Beauty Bar hosts Jiving 101 for the cool cats and chicks who like to cut loose on the dance floor. Don’t know how to jive? Fix that with lessons starting at 10 p.m., when DJs Maybelline, Lucky and Will set the soundtrack. (517 Fremont St., 9 p.m., theBeautyBar.com.)

Monday, April 14

By now you must be thinking, “Tell us more about topless pool clubs!” We’ll oblige. Bare launches Industry Mondays, offering free admission to locals all season long. Today only, they’ll comp the bar, too. DJs Ikon and Karma tag team the tunes. (At The Mirage, 11 a.m., BarePoolLV.com.)

Tuesday, April 15

Congratulations, you made it to tax day! Once your papers have been filed and your soul is thoroughly sucked, don’t forget that Tuesday means free Downtown Comedy Night at Backstage Bar and Billiards. Well, it’s “free” with a two-drink minimum. You can handle that, right? Sailor Jerry drinks will be 2-for-1 and the night will be headlined by Gerry Bednob, whom you may recognize from his role as Mooj in the 40-Year-Old Virgin. (601 Fremont St., 9:30 p.m., BackstageBarandBilliards.com.)

Wednesday, April 16

After making their Ultra Music Festival debut in March, the Stafford Brothers are set to blow up Light. (At Mandalay Bay, 10:30 p.m., TheLightVegas.com.) We recommend you go if you want to hear the Aussie duo’s latest drop, “The Wolfie of Wall Street,” or if you’re looking for work. The bros recently announced that they’re hiring part-time, full-time and internship positions. Freshen up your Elle Woods-style video résumé and shoot it to careers@staffordbrothers.com.