Shaq Balls Out at Chateau, Dillion Francis Spins at Surrender

Shaquille O'Neal.

Shaquille O’Neal.

Thursday, June 25

Congratulations! You survived the seven days of pandemonium known as EDC Week. You’re probably dead tired, but this is no time to rest because DJ Kid Conrad spins at The Bank for Bank Thursdays. If the “Haze of Summer” mix he dropped on his SoundCloud earlier this month is any indication of what his set will be like, we’re in for a treat. Expect to hear a nice mix of hip-hop and EDM bangers. And hopefully you’ve still got money in your bank account after paying festival prices for booze to spend on … booze. (In Bellagio, 10:30 p.m.,

Friday, June 26

Google images of A-Trak and you’ll notice that it’s hard to find a photo of him in something other than a leather jacket. The 33-year-old DJ/producer loves them so much, he even made his own. He teamed-up with Fool’s Gold and Members Only to release a black quilted leather jacket in 2011. It might just be a Canadian thing, but let him know that we’re deep into summer and there’s no need to bundle up when he hits Light. Plus, the club is sure to heat up when he drops his latest single, “Ibanez.” (In Mandalay Bay, 10 p.m.,

DJ Franzen.

DJ Franzen.

Saturday, June 27

It’s Saturday, but don your Sunday best and hit the Bunkhouse for a set by Tuxedo. The funk-soul duo consisting of singer Mayer Hawthorne and producer Jake One released its self-titled debut in early March, and it sounds like it was pulled straight out of a time capsule that was buried in the ’70s or ’80s. The album boasts the kind of thick bass lines and dirty synths your parents might enjoy. But one listen to the infectiously catchy hook of “R U Ready,” and you’ll agree that this is a show that shouldn’t be missed. (124 S. 11th St., 8 p.m., First it was Tom Brady; now it’s Shaquille O’Neal. The four-time NBA champion recently admitted in an interview with ESPN that he “let some air out” of basketballs during championship games. Although it’s uncertain whether or not Shaq’s “Deflategate” scandal is true, one thing’s for sure: He’ll pump up the party when he mans the decks at Chateau. (In Paris Las Vegas, 10:30 p.m.,

Sunday, June 28

From now on, June 1 will be known as DJ Franzen Day. In honor of his birthday, the City of Las Vegas recently gifted the Hot 97.5 DJ with his own day. He didn’t mention if he started any ongoing traditions for the celebration, so ask him at Drai’s where he’ll be making his rounds as the resident spinner of the weekly SUNDRAIS party. (In the Cromwell, 10:30 p.m.,

Monday, June 29

Join DJ Presto One at the Palms Pool to help raise money for the American Red Cross during Cabanas for a Cause. A bill (that’s $100, if you don’t listen to rap music) gets you your very own cabana, and the proceeds benefit the charity. This one will definitely cure your case of the Mondays. (At the Palms, 1 p.m., With Jeb Bush and Donald Trump both declaring White House bids, it’s time to talk politics. We’re not talking about the white-collar, White House kind, though. Politik, one of Marquee’s resident DJs, openly brags about the celebrities he’s able to meet on the job via his Instagram account. Over the past few months, the Los Angeles-born DJ has met Dennis Rodman, Wiz Khalifa and Nas. We don’t doubt his status, but there must be something going on behind the DJ booth. Somebody needs to look into this. Where’s Alex Jones when you need him?! (In the Cosmopolitan, 10 p.m.,



Tuesday, June 30

“Run Run Run” to Omnia to catch a set by Australian progressive/electro house giant Dirty South. The Grammy-nominated producer played a boomin’ mash-up between Disclosure’s “Latch” and Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit” when he performed at Coachella in April, so expect to hear some better ones tonight alongside hits from his latest album, With You. If you don’t want to get Dirty, DJs Five and Eric D-Lux bring the party to Heart of Omnia as FAED. (In Caesars Palace, 10 p.m.,

Wednesday, July 1

Dillon Francis—that jester of the EDM world—makes a stop at Surrender. The 27-year-old told that he used “Super Mario Bros-esque” maneuvers to sneak into Coachella as a youth. We don’t suggest sneaking into the club, but if you do, and somehow manage to make it in, tell him about it. Perhaps he’ll give you a high-five for being sly. (In Encore, 10:30 p.m.,