Tryst Says Farewell, DJ Mustard Is On the Beat at Light

Dave Fogg | Illustrations by Cierra Pedro

Dave Fogg | Illustrations by Cierra Pedro

Thursday, Nov. 5

Say farewell to Tryst! The club shuts its doors this weekend to make way for “an exciting new nightclub concept.” We’re not sure what that means exactly, but it’s going to be tough to compete with Tryst’s serene waterfall, tucked-away VIP library and stellar roster of DJs. What better way to end Tryst’s chapter of Wynn nightlife than with resident DJ and nightlife figure Dave Fogg? He’s been a Tryst resident since 2005, but before that, served as a music director at Palms. He’s worked behind the scenes and on the ground. Read our interview with one of the OGs at (In Wynn, 10:30 p.m.,

Friday, Nov. 6

Michael Woods spins at Foxtail. No, not the Hartlepool United soccer star who shares the same name (although, we’d be willing to throw down good money to see that); we’re talking about the progressive/electro house DJ and producer from the UK. Woods recently dropped a new single, “Easy Tiger,” which is a short, sweet tune that features a catchy melody and huge drums. Expect to hear it tonight alongside his countless remixes of pop bangers. (In SLS, 10:30 p.m.,

Saturday, Nov. 7

If you’re trying to expose yourself to music from across the pond, Nicky Romero comes straight outta Amerongen, Netherlands, to Omnia, where he’s likely to drop his remix of Zedd’s monster smash with Paramore singer Hayley Williams, “Stay the Night.” Romero’s interpretation of the song has racked up more than three million streams on SoundCloud. While it’s not as popular as the original, which boasts more than 121 million views on YouTube, it’s impressive for a remix. He’ll be joined by New York City’s own Ansolo, who’ll give us just “The Right Stuff.” Not feelin’ either? See if DJ Sinatra’s skills live up to the legend he’s named after at Heart of Omnia. (In Caesars Palace, 10:30 p.m.,

Don Diablo

Don Diablo

Sunday, Nov. 8

Don Diablo hits Hakkasan to give us a double shot of house goodness. We’ve been bumpin’ his latest single, “On My Mind” since it dropped in July. It’s got enough catchy melodies and shuffling hi-hats to transcend the future and progressive house genres—making it a monster hit. Also making an appearance: DJ/producer, ex-BBC Radio 1 presenter and record label owner Fergie DJ. He’s basically an EDM renaissance man. (In MGM Grand, 10:30 p.m.,

Monday, Nov. 9

Dash Berlin is something of a walking contradiction. The trance DJ/producer born Jeffrey Sutorius hails from The Hague, Netherlands, not Berlin. Beyond that, however, his accolades are real. The 35-year-old recently earned two EMPO awards (essentially EDM’s people’s choice in Mexico)—one for Best Album and another for Best Loved Artist. Give him a high five at Marquee, and let the hypnotizing melody of his latest single, “World Falls Apart,” remind you why he’s so deserving. (In the Cosmopolitan, 10 p.m.,

DJ Mustard

DJ Mustard

Tuesday, Nov. 10

Want to be a star for a night? You can at Double Barrel Lounge for Liquid Courage Karaoke. The weekly affair boasts a “happier hour” from 9-11 p.m. with $3 shot specials, $6 “DB Courage” drinks and $5 Bud Light and Shock Top, so you have no excuse to at least attempt that falsetto part in “Party in the U.S.A.” “Yeeaaaah!” (In Monte Carlo, 9 p.m., Los Angeles “chill trap” producer KASTLE hits Beauty Bar for Nickel F—n Beer Night. You don’t need cheap beer to enjoy his smooth synths or unconventional use of drums, but hey, it wouldn’t hurt to take advantage of a deal. He recently released a laid-back, guitar-driven take on Drake and Future’s “Diamonds Dancing.” Hear it tonight, among other tunes. (517 Fremont St., 9 p.m.,

Wednesday, Nov. 11

Get over hump day by partying 63 floors above the Strip. DJ SINcere provides the eccentric soundtrack consisting of hip-hop, rock and house. We’re not sure how he’s going to pull that off, but witness it first-hand at Foundation Room. Wednesday is the new Friday! (In Mandalay Bay, 10 p.m., Afraid of heights? DJ Mustard comes from Los Angeles to Light where he’s bound to play several of his melodic, rudimental productions such as YG’s “I Just Wanna Party” and Drake’s “Who Do You Love?” We just wanna love. (In Mandalay Bay, 10:30 p.m.,