Naomi Campbell Brings the Heat to Omnia, OK Go Tears up Brooklyn Bowl



Thursday, April 23

Reality TV star Brody Jenner made the switch from television to turntables last year, and rumor has it that DVBBS is doing the opposite. The Canadian duo tweeted in March that it met with Netflix officials to discuss plans for a possible show. Joking or not, judging by the “Tsunami” hitmakers’ Instagram feed, we’ll probably be glued to our screens. See them team up at Hakkasan. (In MGM Grand, 10:30 p.m.,

Friday, April 24

Enjoying the warmer weather? It’s only a matter of time until we’re struck with the blistering Las Vegas heat we know all too well. Thankfully, the rise in temperature means it’s time to bring out the swimsuits for SpyONVegas’ Hot 100 Launch Party. This year, more than $150,000 in cash and prizes is up for grabs, and the final five contestants get a shot at $1 million. DJ Irie provides the soundtrack when the madness begins poolside at Wet Republic. (At MGM Grand, 11 a.m., Speaking of pools, Foxtail Pool Club kicks off its grand opening weekend with Swedish starlets Rebecca & Fiona. The pair hit Miami, Panama and Los Angeles in March, and now they’re bringing the electro sounds to Las Vegas. (At SLS, 10:30 a.m., Move the party indoors for another grand opening celebration at Omnia. Legendary supermodel Naomi Campbell works the ones and twos in the exclusive Heart of Omnia, and if you feel inferior, Calvin Harris provides the tunes in the main club. If you haven’t gotten a chance to check out the megaclub, now is the perfect time. (In Caesars Palace, 10 p.m.,

Naomi Campbell

Naomi Campbell

Saturday, April 25

Is it cool if we create a new Twitter hashtag? Let’s call today #StarStuddedSaturday, because a handful of celebs are making club appearances. Beverly Hills celebutante and television personality Paris Hilton kick-starts Rehab Saturdays with a DJ set. She won French radio station NRJ’s award for Best Female DJ in 2014, so she must be doing something right, right? (At Hard Rock Hotel, 11 a.m., Nick Jonas shed his clothes for a sex scene in the recently released film, Careful What You Wish For. We’re not saying the ex-Disney Channel actor will take it all off in the club, but you can sure as hell ask him when he hosts Hyde’s three-year anniversary party. (In Bellagio, 10:30 p.m., Are you caught up on Breaking Bad spinoff Better Call Saul? RJ Mitte, who played Flynn on BB, admitted to liking the spinoff more than the original series. See Walter White Jr. mix music after the second day of the Wizard World Comic Convention in Chateau. (In Paris, 10:30 p.m.,

Sunday, April 26

Australian DJs/producers Feenixpawl recently teamed up with Wind-up Records to launch their own EDM label, Eclypse. The duo promises to release the best in new house music—teasing fans of what’s to come by releasing the track “Ghosts,” which features fellow Aussie Melissa Ramsay. The duo is sure to drop it at Drai’s Beach Club. (In the Cromwell, 10:30 p.m., “Clarity” hitmaker Zedd has yet to confirm a relationship with pop star Selena Gomez. Over the past few months, the two exchanged flirtatious messages and pictures of each other through social media, but they have yet to set the record straight. We’re not sure what’s going on, but we do know that Zedd will appear at XS for the Sunday Nightswim Preview Party. (In Encore, 10 p.m.,

Monday, April 27

Hit up Bunkhouse for your weekly quota of hip-hop, and then some, with alternative hip-hop artists Buck 65 and Astronautalis. Both have roots as rappers, but their music blurs borders between genres such as indie rock, electro, blues and even country. You can season your musical palate with the orchestral arrangements in Buck 65’s “Only War” and the weird trap sounds of Astronautalis’ “Bird Peterson” in one location. Not a bad deal, if you ask us. (124 S. 11th St., 8  p.m.,



Tuesday, April 28

First, see Chicago rock quartet OK Go tear up Brooklyn Bowl. OK, now go to Beauty Bar for the official after-party where two of them will spin and indulge in nickel beers. What? Did you forget that it’s Nickel F—n Beer Night?! Shame on you! (517 Fremont St., 9:30 p.m.,

Wednesday, April 29

Henrix’s moniker is one letter short of “Hendrix,” but his progressive house music is a far cry from the legendary guitarist’s. The DJ just dropped  “Alright,” his collaborative single with Bream and Zashanell. We’re sure his set will be more than all right when he runs the wheels of steel at Light. (In Mandalay Bay, 10:30 p.m.,

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