Ruby Rose Spins at Surrender, Shaggy and Flo Rida Get Down at Drai’s

Matt and Kim.

Matt and Kim.


Thursday, August 13

Take a break from binge-watching episodes of Community to catch Matt and Kim perform at Foxtail Pool as part of the Road to Life Is Beautiful concert series. The pair is responsible for creating “Daylight” and “Good Ol’ Fashion Nightmare”—two infectiously catchy piano pop anthems that were featured on the show. Since then, the pair has released four additional albums of tuneful indie pop. Those piano riffs have been stuck in your head for years. Do yourself a favor and hear them live. (At SLS, 7 p.m.,

Friday, August 14

This week’s edition of Ditch Fridays at the Palms Pool is one for the books. Not only is Dutch singer Natalie La Rose slated to perform, but SKAM Artist Big Ben will spin with 104.3 NOW FM’s DJ Supa James. Not enough for ya? Swimwear brand Kate Swim hosts a poolside pop-up shop of its sophisticated handmade swimwear. You can watch, dance and buy in any order you please! (At the Palms, 10 a.m., Head to Marquee to witness Texas DJ/producer duo Tritonal record the 100th edition of their podcast, Tritonia. Journey with the pair as they cruise through a blend of progressive house and electro. Given this momentous occasion, we can’t help but think they will have some surprises up their sleeves. Read more about the pair at (In the Cosmopolitan, 10 p.m.,

Ruby Rose.

Ruby Rose.

Saturday, August 15

Let’s take it back a couple of months: Were you at Stage 7 when Hook N Sling was joined by “Like A G6” hitmakers Far East Movement during Day 2 of EDC Las Vegas? The progressive house DJ brought out the Los Angeles hip-hop group to perform their collaboration, “Break Yourself” and amp up the crowd. Tonight, he’s hitting Light. He hasn’t mentioned whether he’ll bring the group with him, but he’s coming all the way from Australia, so show him some love! (In Mandalay Bay, 10 p.m., Want to take it back even further? Head to Drai’s to catch a set by Shaggy. He’s sure to perform his bodacious early 2000s hits “It Wasn’t Me” and “Angel.” Oh yeah, UNLV alumni Flo Rida will be in the building as well. The title of his 2012 single, “Let It Roll,” couldn’t be more fitting for this appearance. (In the Cromwell, 10:30 p.m.,

Sunday, August 16

The speakers of Hakkasan’s intimate Ling Ling Club will pump out a potpourri of tunes from genres including hip-hop, funk, soul and rock, thanks to SKAM Artist Sean Perry. The open-format DJ is known to play a wide variety of tunes, so you’re bound to find a new favorite song. Make sure you’ve got the Shazam app installed on your smartphone so you can keep tabs on all the new music you discover throughout the evening. Who cares about party photos when you can make a new party playlist for yourself? (In MGM Grand, 10:30 p.m.,

Monday, August 17

Have you checked out the Hideout at Golden Nugget? It’s arguably one of the city’s best-kept secrets. The club boasts a third-story, adults-only, infinity-edge pool with a stunning view of DTLV. New York native DJ KoKo provides your poolside soundtrack. His twerk-friendly remix of Ariana Grande and Iggy Azalea’s “Problem” is the best reason to get wet. (At Golden Nugget, 10 p.m.,

Sean Perry.

Sean Perry.

Tuesday, August 18

We’re approaching the end of summer, and yet, DJs are still dropping heat. Have you heard Tiësto and the Chainsmokers’ collaboration, “Only You?” Tiësto premiered the hard-hitting, festival-ready house tune during his set at the Ultra Europe festival. We can only hope the Chainsmokers play the boisterous banger when the two man the decks at Omnia. And if you want to keep the party exclusive, DJ Irie will keep it irie at Heart of Omnia. (In Caesars Palace, 10:30 p.m.,

Wednesday, August 19

Australia’s very own Ruby Rose has a handful of titles: She’s a model, actress, television host and recording artist. Tonight, the Orange Is the New Black star will take on the role of DJ when she works the ones and twos at Surrender. We really hope her “stone cold” demeanor doesn’t transfer to the turntables. (In Encore, 10:30 p.m.,