Sisqo Still Wants to See That Thong at 1 Oak


Thursday, May 15

Before Bennifer called it quits and Dubya was re-elected, Soul Kitchen sprung up on the Las Vegas party scene to rescue us from radio monotony. Now the monthly institution of underground house music celebrates its 11-year anniversary at its current home, Vanguard Lounge. Join lead resident Edgar Reyes, percussionist Cayce Andrews and guest DJs from San Francisco at the birthday bash for the party that’s kept it fresh since 2003. (516 Fremont St., 9 p.m.,

Friday, May 16

We won’t tell anyone if you know all the words to the “Thong Song.” (Because we’re totally guilty, too.) But we will let you know that Sisqo himself will perform at 1 Oak. It may be tempting to go pantless apropos of the tune, but be mindful that the dress code is still in effect. (In The Mirage, 10:30 p.m., Rapper Iamsu! comes to The Bank by way of the Bay Area. You may remember him featured on last summer’s hit, “Who Booty,” by John Hart. We hope he drops his own “Hipster Girls,” though. It should be an anthem for all the females at the club on Instagram, straight flexin’. (In Bellagio, 10:30 p.m.,

Saturday, May 17

Now for some girl power behind the booth: DJ/Producer Kittens takes command of Commonwealth. The artist also known as Lauren Abedini has toured with Kid Cudi, Chief Keef and Usher. You can expect her to drop lots of hip-hop, trap and all-around bangers on the rooftop patio. (525 Fremont St., 10 p.m., Hakkasan’s Ling Ling Club hosts producer and R&B singer The Weeknd. Best known for collaborations with fellow Canadian Drake, the 24-year-old’s haunting voice and icy lyrics will help keep you cool while you rage. (In MGM Grand, 10:30 p.m.,

Sunday, May 18

Have you dreamed of carrying cards in between rounds of combat sports? Do you want to watch as ladies compete with one another for that honor? Either way, the Vegas Nightlife Fights Ring Girl Competition at Body English is for you. More than $5,000 in cash and prizes will be awarded; DJ Casanova provides the music. (In Hard Rock Hotel, 10:30 p.m., On the Strip, Temptation Sundays returns for a sixth season. J.Son hosts and DJ Matt spins at the veteran LGBT pool party. (At Luxor, 1 p.m., Got a fever for funk? Join local DJ Crykit at Bond. The part-time B-girl is full-time awesome. (In the Cosmopolitan, 10 p.m.,

Monday, May 19

Put on your classy heels and wing tips for a Happy Hour Charity Crawl at Tivoli Village. In honor of the shopping center’s third anniversary, all bars and restaurants will offer discounted drinks and appetizers. Proceeds benefit United Way of Southern Nevada. (440 S. Rampart Blvd., 11 a.m.

Tuesday, May 20

Keep rocking those kicks for a sparkling wine and cheese pairing class at Double Helix Wine & Whiskey Lounge. A master sommelier from Southern Wine & Spirits will be on hand to answer everything you’d want to know about sippin’ and snackin’. Perhaps they can help us pronounce one of the evening’s featured cavas: Freixenet Blanc de Blancs Brut. It sounds delicious! Be sure to call ahead for a reservation. (In Town Square, 7 p.m.,

Wednesday, May 21

When the clock strikes 5 p.m., make your way to N9NE for #LadiesBeLike Wednesdays. The fairer sex can enjoy $5 cocktails and a $9 lounge menu. Upstairs at Ghostbar, women will be treated to open bar from 10 p.m.-midnight and half-off drinks all night. Enter to win bottle service and dinner for six by posting your pictures to Instagram or Twitter with #LadiesBeLike and @Ghostbar. (In the Palms, If you’ve still got some partying left in you, swing by Crazy Horse III for the return of Neon Flow after-hours. DJs Direct and Stellar spin into the wee hours. (2525 W. Russell Rd., 3 a.m.,

CORRECTION: The print edition of Seven Nights mistakenly stated that Tivoli Village is located in Summerlin.