Steve Aoki Celebrates at Hakkasan, DJ Ikon Hits Foxtail

Justin Credible

Justin Credible

Thursday, Nov. 19

Justin Credible spins at Drai’s. No, we’re not talking about the professional wrestler who was an eight-time WWE Hardcore Champion. We’re referring to the SKAM Artist DJ who consistently provides us with “New at 2 Mixes.” He recently offered his services for free in a club in Rio to a crowd willing to sample the unreleased Cîroc apple flavor. See if he does the same tonight. Petition to change “incredible” to “Justincredible” in the English language, anyone? (In the Cromwell, 10:30 p.m.,

Friday, Nov. 20

We all know Nicky Romero is a DJ, producer and label owner, but did you know that he also co-owns a magazine? The “I Could Be the One” hitmaker teamed up with MixMag and Olmeca Tequila to launch Switch On The Night, an e-magazine that features live videos, artist recommendations and even a write-up on Shaquille O’Neal’s foray into the world of DJing. You can check it out at for the next seven months. We’ve gotta give him props for jumping into a journalistic endeavor. Catch the Dutch DJ at Omnia with 21-year-old actor Ansel Elgort’s DJ alter-ego, Ansolo. If neither tickle your fancy, head to Heart of Omnia for an open-format set by Mr. Mauricio. It must be Friday. (In Caesars Palace, 10:30 p.m.,

Steve Aoki

Steve Aoki

Saturday, Nov. 21

Are you one of the almost 7 million Instagram followers of Fuck Jerry (a.k.a. Elliot Tebele)? The Internet sensation blew up over the past year thanks to his superior skills in curating the most hilarious memes on the Internet and sharing them with the world. He’s taken stabs at nearly every corner of pop culture, including making fun of Drake’s dance moves in the “Hotline Bling” video, and countless fun Halloween posts. Hit the meme monster with a follow at @FuckJerry, then party with him at Ghostbar Dayclub. Make sure you tag him in all social media posts, and use the hashtag #GBDC! He’d appreciate it. (In the Palms, 1 p.m., Steve Aoki blows out the candles more than a week early. He turns 38 on Nov. 30, but the “Delirious (Boneless)” producer just can’t wait to celebrate. The Grammy Award-nominated DJ/producer recently teamed up with the Humane Society of the United States and Humane Society International on an ad campaign to save endangered rhinos. Props for philanthropy, Aoki! Turn up with the birthday boy at Hakkasan. Oh yeah, he’s bringing Irish spinner Fergie DJ with him to make this celebration extra #epic. (In MGM Grand, 10:30 p.m.,

Sunday, Nov. 22

Speaking of #hashtags, Aaron White (a.k.a. DJ Ikon) makes his way to Foxtail for #GreystoneSundays. His trap remix of Silento’s hip-hop dance anthem “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)” features enough cracking snare buildups, melodic synths and boomin’ bass to get the party goin’. He’s bound to play it tonight along with his equally rambunctious remix of Calvin Harris’ “Outside.” #PartyGoals! (At SLS, 10:30 p.m.,

Monday, Nov. 23

Fashion designer, visionary and Kanye West companion Virgil Abloh makes his way to XS for Movement Mondays. You recognize his name as designer for Off-White, Pyrex Vision, or simply because Kanye shouted him out in several songs. Abloh’s got a fondness for French techno; he’s hosted parties for big names in the scene including Brodinski and Gesaffelstein. Hear a few of their cuts tonight in the midst of other forward-thinking, cutting-edge songs. (In Encore, 10 p.m., If you’d rather play it safe by enjoying a set consisting of progressive house, trance and electro house, hit up Marquee for Marquee Mondays. Audien’s behind the decks. Expect to hear some of his hits including “Elysium” or his remix of Bastille’s “Pompeii.” He recently tweeted a picture of himself with Arty and Markus Schulz. Our prediction: A three-person collaborative single. See if he’ll spill the beans. (In the Cosmopolitan, 11 a.m.,

Eric D Lux

Eric D Lux


Tuesday, Nov. 24

Looking for some angels? They’re at Hyde. Tuesdays’ Lost Angels Industry Party goes up with Miami house/electronica DJ, Joe Maz. Contrary to the name of the party, his latest single, is titled “No Good.” It’s a future house banger reminiscent of some of the genre’s greats: Oliver Heldens and Tchami. Hear it tonight. (In Bellagio, 10:30 p.m.,

Wednesday, Nov. 25

Thanksgiving Eve is one of the biggest bar nights of the year, so hit up The LINQ for Royal Crawl. The “digital bar crawl” promises a night of drinking and giveaways, with proceeds benefiting Three Square Food Bank. Visit for more information. (At The Linq, 12 a.m., We all know Eric D-Lux as a kick-ass open-format DJ, but did you know that he’s a huge sneakerhead? The SKAM Artist’s Instagram account is littered with photos of some of the hottest kicks. Whether it’s the highly sought-after Supreme and Jordan Brand collaboration, or the black-on-black Yeezy Boost 350s, he’s got ’em all. See if his set is as eclectic as his shoe selections at Light. Watch your step, though; you don’t want to be at the other end of somebody who has a mean kicks game. (In Mandalay Bay, 10:30 p.m.,



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