Sunbathe with EDX, Hang Out With Kourtney Kardashian

Kourtney Kardashian

Kourtney Kardashian

Thursday, March 19

Spring has almost officially sprung. That means it’s time to clean, organize and decide where to plant yourself for March Madness viewing parties. South Point is running a hell of a deal during Hoops Heaven in the Grand Ballroom, March 19-21. Entry is free, and spectators can score $16 buckets of Bud and $25 pitchers of margaritas and Bloody Marys. Still not sold? They’re throwing in free chair massages, too. ( Wanna soak up the games in a more swanky setting? Watch the matches March 19-21 at the Sayers Club, where $75 gets you open bar on well drinks, wine and beer. (In SLS,

Friday, March 20

Speaking of SLS, the property’s Foxtail Pool Club opens for business today. Providing the soundtrack to your sunbathing is Swiss house producer EDX—not to be confused with the online education platform of the same name. (At SLS, 10:30 a.m., Whether electronic music or hip-hop makes you move, Surrender is the spot to be come sundown. Australian beat makers What So Not—comprised of solo stars Flume and Emoh Instead—will be joined by veteran rapper Ice Cube. Maybe What So Not is auditioning for the next Jump Street film, or maybe this is just an epically diverse double bill. Either way, we’re in. (In Encore, 10:30 p.m.,



Saturday, March 21

Did you think Cash Cash was going to disappear after last year’s breakout hit, “Take Me Home”? Oh no. They’re back with “Surrender,” an early contender for Song of the Summer. The EDM trio hits Marquee Dayclub for the pool’s season preview party. Reality TV starlet Kourtney Kardashian hosts. (At the Cosmopolitan, 11 a.m., “Unlock tha Swag,” at Tao with Mississippi rap duo Rae Sremmurd. (The name is their record label, Ear Drummers, spelled backward.) Here’s hoping they drop bangers “No Flex Zone,” “No Type,” “Throw Sum Mo” and—OK, we’re excited for pretty much anything they perform. (In the Venetian, 10 p.m., British techno titans Pig and Dan bless Body English during After, the late-night groove session that justifies a midnight cup o’ joe. (In Hard Rock Hotel, 2 a.m.,

Sunday, March 22

XIV Sessions returns to Hyde. This month’s theme is Candyland, and the suggested attire is “sweet and sexy little outfits.” Is that when you wear candy wrappers as clothing? ’Cause our Charleston Chew hot pants just got wrecked in the washing machine. (In Bellagio, 6 p.m.,

Monday, March 23

Spend your Monday with Moldovan trance DJ Andrew Rayel at Marquee. We’ve been pumping our fists to his new single, “Miracles,” since it was released late February. Support comes from local favorite Lema. (In the Cosmopolitan, 10 p.m.,


Cash Cash

Tuesday, March 24

Epyk Entertainment takes over Nickel F—n Beer Night at Beauty Bar. The local event wizards have quite the rager in store, with tunes from Canada’s Stylust Beats and support by locals Einstyles, Awry, Biz:E and Beast Fremont. (517 Fremont St., 9 p.m.,

Wednesday, March 25

Perk up your Hump Day during Energy Reset at Artisan. You’ll hear everything from techno to Top 40, and snag $100 bottles of Skyy vodka. A little dance break is all you need to make it to Thursday. (1501 W. Sahara Ave., 10 p.m., If you’d rather pop and lock to ’80s and ’90s throwback jams, join DJ Lisa Pittman for the debut of TimeCapSoul Wednesdays. (217 Las Vegas Blvd. North, 9 p.m.,

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