Com Truise, Kygo and the Return of Wednesdays Downtown



Thursday, October 2

Synth master Com Truise headlines Beauty Bar. And yes, you read that correctly. The stage alias of East Coast native Seth Haley is a play on actor Tom Cruise’s name. Truise has remixed for artists including Foster the People, DJ Khaled and Charli XCX, and his original beats have been featured in the Adult Swim Singles Program. (517 Fremont St., 9 p.m. If you wanna get rowdy, swing by Double Barrel Roadhouse for Thirsty Thursday, where music ranges from Top 40 to rock to hip-hop. And if you don’t feel like dancing, sign up to play beer pong, flip cup, air hockey or pool. It’s just like college, minus the studying and exams. (In Monte Carlo, 9 p.m.,

Friday, October 3


Markus Schulz

Get captivated by Kygo at Brooklyn Bowl. The rising 22-year-old Norwegian producer has churned out chill remixes of Marvin Gaye, Passenger and Ed Sheeran’s “I See Fire,” which has been streamed more than 14 million times on SoundCloud. He also filled ailing Avicii’s headlining slot at TomorrowWorld in September. This is Kygo’s first headlining gig in Las Vegas, but if we’re lucky, it won’t be his last. (At the Linq, 8 p.m., Trance champion Markus Schulz returns to Marquee for the first time since receiving the title of America’s Best DJ 2014 from Pioneer and DJ Times. Schulz, who also won in 2012, reclaimed the throne from last year’s winner, Kaskade. Guess it’s time for both of them to redo their business cards. (In the Cosmopolitan, 10 p.m., Put your hands up in the air for Fedde Le Grand and Morgan Page at XS. The respective Dutch and American DJs tag team for the evening, turning the club into a mini music festival. (In Encore, 10:30 p.m.,

Saturday, October 4

Following a successful debut last month, D.O.P.E. Promotion will once again execute an EDM takeover at Blue Martini. Expect go-go dancers, live art and an open domestic beer and well liquor bar from 10 p.m.-midnight. There will also be vendors selling sweet rave gear, so you can refresh your wardrobe. (In Town Square, 10 p.m., In August, Diplo introduced Mercer as one of the “key players to the future of Parisian dance music” on his BBC Radio 1Xtra show. Those are heavy words coming from one of the world’s most prolific DJs. Check out Mercer’s chops when he headlines Life. (In SLS, 10:30 p.m.,

Sunday, October 5

Ever feel that clothes are overrated? You’ll meet singles who feel the same way at the Stoplight A.B.C. (Anything But Clothes) Mixer at Foundation Room. And isn’t that what really matters in life? We bet never even asks about this sort of thing in their compatibility tests. Come dressed in caution tape, newspaper or … anything but clothes. (In Mandalay Bay, 8 p.m., Then put on a party hat as Sirius/XM Radio personality DJ Whoo Kid celebrates his 42nd birthday at The Bank. The man is known for conducting candid interviews and having famous friends, so you never know what might happen when he’s at the helm. (In Bellagio, 10:30 p.m.,

Monday, October 6

Come thirsty to Bare Pool Lounge for the Drink Bare Dry closing party. Locals receive complimentary admission and open bar until it all runs out. It’s parties like this one—happening weeks after the official start of fall—that make the summer heat worthwhile. DJs Flow, Que, Ikon and Karma provide the tunes. (At The Mirage, 11 a.m.,



Tuesday, October 7

Wanna win a free tattoo? Head to Silverton’s Shady Grove Lounge for the weekly Ink Master Cleen Rock One viewing party. Las Vegas’ own , a contestant in Spike TV’s reality competition, will be on hand to watch tonight’s episode and give away prizes from his Chrome Gypsy Tattoo shop. (5 p.m.,

Wednesday, October 8

Back from summer hiatus, the Wednesdays Downtown street fair returns to the Fremont East Entertainment District. This means you get to enjoy food trucks, drink specials, a cocktail competition (9:30 p.m.), a silent disco (10:30 p.m.) and an all-around Friday night party vibe every Wednesday through Oct. 29. (6 p.m.,

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