Rev Run Rages at Hakkasan, Celebrate ODB’s Birthday

Rev Run.

Rev Run.

Thursday, November 13

Where do you picture yourself on your 50th birthday? If you’re like hip-hop icon Rev Run, you’ll be raging at a nightclub—Hakkasan, in this case. He’ll be joined at the turntables by DJ Ruckus, who told Vegas Seven in a recent interview that he likes to drop TLC’s “No Scrubs” and Soulja Boy’s “Crank That” in his sets. Get hype! (In MGM Grand, 10:30 p.m., But don’t miss AraabMuzik at Body English. Pitchfork has lauded him as “Master of the MPC,” for the way he ferociously pounds out samples of familiar songs to create new beats at ridiculous speeds. We fully expect the dance floor to go still in bewilderment. (In Hard Rock Hotel, 10:30 p.m.,

Friday, November 14

In case you missed it, Lil Jon flew from L.A. to Atlanta just to rock the vote in his registered district of Fulton County, Georgia. (According to an Instagram post, he never received his absentee ballot in the mail.) Cheer on his strong sense of civic responsibility when he votes “Yes”—err, “Yeahhh!”—at Surrender. (In Encore, 10:30 p.m., Cravin’ bacon? Commonwealth hosts the Downtown Cocktail Shakedown, during which six mixologists will be challenged to incorporate bacon into an alcoholic concoction. You’ll receive complimentary entry and samples from 8-10 p.m. with RSVP at (525 Fremont St., 8 p.m.,



Saturday, November 15

Today is what would have been Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s 46th birthday, also coinciding with the 10-year anniversary of the rapper’s death. I.S.I Group invites you to pay homage with live Wu Tang Clan-inspired art and music during Shimmy Shimmy Ya at Beauty Bar. (517 Fremont St., 9 p.m., Rid yourself of Top 40 earworms at Hard Hat Lounge. Artists collective Behind City Lights brings you an arsenal of under-the-radar grooves at the hands of locally raised DJs Low Sodium, Promeethus, Night Rumors, Diatone and Dskovr. Wear your dancing shoes. (1675 S. Industrial Rd., 10 p.m., Then head over to Brooklyn Bowl for a late set by electronic duo MSTRKRFT. (At the Linq, 11:30 p.m., Fun fact: One-half of MSTRKRFT is part of rock band Death From Above 1979, which plays a full concert earlier in the evening. Coincidence? (8 p.m., Finally, the folks behind After bring their “proper after-hours” flavor to the Artistic Armory for Afterworld with sets by Halo and Dance Spirit and residents Spacebyrdz and Justin Baule. (5087 Arville St. Suite E, 11:30 p.m.,

Sunday, November 16

Facial hair is a good idea this time of year. In addition to adding warmth to your mug, a mustache will earn you a MovemBEER discount at Sin City Brewing through Nov. 30. The more hirsute your face, the steeper the markdown, and end-of-the-month proceeds will be donated to the Movember Foundation, dedicated to men’s health. If your lip broom is lacking, you can still reap rewards by tweeting a “finger stache” and tagging @SinCityBeer and #MovemBEER. (Multiple locations,

Monday, November 17

Join Vegas Seven at Foxtail as we honor the best in Las Vegas nightlife at our 2014 Nightlife Awards. Receive complimentary entry when you sign up at before 3 p.m. today, and score a hotel room for half off with the code “PMM04.” Cheers! (In SLS, 10:30 p.m.,



Tuesday, November 18

Alibi Lounge recently opened in the former City Bar space in Aria. The 24-hour cocktail cave promises libations and a soundtrack of indie tunes. See it all in full effect at tonight’s grand opening. (In Aria, 7 p.m.,

Wednesday, November 19

Insert Coin(s) residents Cutso, Chuck Fader, Charlie Darker and Crykit lead you into Flux, a night of bootlegs and rarities to tickle your eardrums, plus drink specials to coat your throat. What more could you want from a Wednesday? (512 Fremont St., 9 p.m.,

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