Krewella Hits Omnia, Insert Coin(s) Turns 4



Thursday, April 16

Did you know that Israeli producer Borgore used to play drums for a death metal band? The 27-year-old dubstepper traded the skins for turntables in 2007, abandoning his bandmates in Shabira to produce electronic music full-time. Headbang with him at Vegas’ very first 18-and-over night swim event at Foxtail Pool Club. (At SLS, 8 p.m.,

Friday, April 17

All aboard! Daylight kicks off its season with Captains of Industry. The duo claims to be “your favorite DJ’s favorite DJs.” See if their mixing skills can back that bold statement. (At Mandalay Bay, 11 a.m., Head up north to Santa Fe Station to celebrate Revolver‘s five-year anniversary. The saloon/dance hall has held it down on the country front, bringing in big names such as Dee Jay Silver and providing line-dancing classes for the rhythmically challenged since 2010. Admission is free tonight, and they’re offering drink specials, so you can pound a few and mimic the pros on the dance floor. Yeehaw! (In Santa Fe Station, 8 p.m., Trance meets house when Tiësto and Tchami take over Hakkasan. The two are gearing up for Tampa’s Sunset Music Festival Memorial Day weekend, but we suggest hearing their big sounds in a more intimate setting. (In MGM Grand, 10:30 p.m.,

Captains of Industry

Captains of Industry

Saturday, April 18

Mackenzie Johnson—better known as MAKJ—revealed in an interview on that he has more than two dozen songs finished for his new album. We’re not math geniuses, but we know at least one of those songs will top the big room electro sounds of “Generic,” which reached the Beatport Top 10 last year. He’s sure to drop some new tunes when he spins at Drai’s. (In the Cromwell, 10:30 p.m., DTLV staple Insert Coin(s) celebrates its four-year anniversary tonight with DJs 88 and Crykit manning—er, woman-ing-the decks. Get there early for a first round of NEFT Vodka cocktails on the house to loosen up before you kick some virtual ass. (512 Fremont St., 8 p.m.,

Sunday, April 19

Listen up, ladies: Los Angeles-based super-producer and heartthrob Diplo will perform at Encore Beach Club, but his name won’t appear on any posters or fliers. That’s because he’s playing under the moniker of his electronic dancehall project, Major Lazer. The Mad Decent founder dropped “Lean On,” his banger collaboration with DJ Snake, in March, and we can’t wait to vibe out to the track while chillin’ poolside. (In Encore, 10:30 p.m., Speaking of DJ Snake, don’t move far because the French producer will cap off Movement Sundays at XS. (In Encore, 10:30 p.m.,

Major Lazer

Major Lazer

Monday, April 20

Happy 4/20! We don’t like making assumptions, but we’re sure you’ll get the munchies at some point. Look no further than The District’s Whist Stove and Spirits to satisfy your hunger with its happy hour bargains. Choose from delights including deviled eggs, sliders and calamari to fill your belly. Thirsty? Choose from signature cocktails, wines and craft beers. All mentioned items are about five bucks, so you can indulge on this counterculture holiday without breaking the bank. (2235 Village Walk Dr., 3-7 p.m., 12-3 a.m.,

Tuesday, April 21

As a veteran in the EDM world, Deadmau5 called out sister duo Krewella on Twitter because their turntables appeared unplugged during their set at Ultra Music Festival. The tweets sparked heated debates about sexism, cyberbullying and authenticity in the scene. We doubt the gals are fakin’ the funk, but you can judge for yourself at Omnia. (In Caesars Palace, 10 p.m., Thanks to 1 Oak’s Rewind concert series, we can experience Sisqó’s “Thong Song” in all its debaucherous glory. We can’t wait to see the silver-haired singer re-create his scandalous moves from the 1999 music video. (In The Mirage, 10:30 p.m.,

Wednesday, April 22

Grandtheft hits Surrender after a string of dates in China. His collaboration with fellow Canadians Keys N Krates, “Keep It 100,” recently got its own remix EP after rattling speakers for nearly a year. He revealed via Facebook that he’s test-driving new material live. Be the first to hear it. (In Encore, 10:30 p.m.,

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