Panda Bear Gets Psychedelic, Dillon Francis Spins at Surrender

Panda Bear

Panda Bear

Thursday, April 9

Somebody call Alex Jones; there’s a new secret society in town. This one revolves around beer. Head to Due & Proper and Park on Fremont for Aleuminati’s back-to-back inaugural meetings. The craft beer cult promises to tap different limited-edition kegs from partner breweries each month. This time, New Belgium Brewing Company provides the goods. Don’t tell anyone, though; the eye sees all. (2255 Village Walk Dr., 6-8 p.m.,; 506 Fremont St., 8-10 p.m,

Friday, April 10

In late March, Tiësto and Martin Garrix crashed a yacht into David Guetta’s South Beach dock. Nobody was hurt, but according to TMZ, it cost $30,000 to repair. That’s pocket change for three superstar DJs. Hopefully everything runs smoothly when Guetta runs the wheels of steel at XS. (In Encore, 10:30 p.m., Like your music more experimental? Check out Panda Bear at the Bunkhouse. The co-founder of Animal Collective released his fifth album, Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper, in January, and we’re itching to hear the Baltimorean’s new psychedelic tunes live. Trippy, man. (124 S. 11th St., 10 p.m.,

Saturday, April 11

Rehab kicks off its 12th season with dubstep master Flux Pavilion. Last time he played Vegas, his hard-hitting bass shook the walls of Brooklyn Bowl. This time the party will happen outside, but we’re playing it safe and bringing earplugs. (At Hard Rock Hotel, 11 a.m., Venture to Ghostbar to see Game of Thrones star Kristian Nairn work the ones and twos. On the show, Nairn plays Hodor—the simple-minded servant who refuses to say anything other than his name. We hope he stays in character during his Rave of Thrones set. (In the Palms, 10 p.m., Have you checked out TRU Afterhours? The newly opened off-Strip club spins a curated mix of deep underground and tech house. Join DJ Bomb Shel for a live broadcast on Pulse 96.7-FM. Who knows? Your voice could end up on the radio. (1700 E. Flamingo Rd.,12 a.m.,



Sunday, April 12

Turn a lazy Sunday into an extraordinary one when resident DJ E-Rock mans the decks at The Bank. The
ex-KMEL DJ hits Vegas after a run of dates in Arizona, San Diego and San Francisco for the club’s Industry Sunday—a few days before he packs the room for Kourtney Kardashian’s birthday celebration at 1 Oak. We can’t wait to hear his festival trap version of Calvin Harris’ “Blame.” (In Bellagio, 10:30 p.m.,

Monday, April 13

If you’ve set foot in any nightclub over the past year, chances are you’ve heard Canadian songstress Kiesza’s voice. She collaborated with Diplo and Skrillex on the monster trap anthem “Take U There,” which has rattled speakers worldwide since it premiered in August. On her hit single “Hideaway,” her soulful vocals effortlessly mingle with a beefy bassline. The 26-year-old will party at Marquee after she opens for Marina and the Diamonds at Boulevard Pool. (In the Cosmopolitan, 10 p.m.,

Dillon Francis

Dillon Francis

Tuesday, April 14

Future house giant Oliver Heldens makes his debut at Omnia, where he’s sure to drop his latest single, “Melody.” The song features melodramatic piano chords and an epic string section. We can’t wait to hear it mixed with his other hits “Gecko (Overdrive)” and “Last All Night (Koala).” (In Caesars Palace, 10 p.m., Sure, clubs turn up on Tuesday, but so do lounges. Head to Vanguard Lounge for Turnt Up Tuesday when resident DJ Sucio will drop the hottest in trap and hip-hop. We hear it gets a little rowdy at times, but do us a favor and keep the “`bow throwin’” to a minimum. (516 Fremont St., 10 p.m.,

Wednesday, April 15

Are you one of the lucky few who got to leave Dillon Francis a voicemail? As part of the pranking tradition at Ultra Music Festival, Francis’ frenemy DJ Snake blasted the Moombahton producer’s phone number across multiple LED screens. Fans filled Francis’ inbox within five minutes and continued to bombard him with text messages hours after. Comfort the Mad Decent artist when he spins at Surrender. (In Encore, 10:30 p.m.,

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