Rebecca & Fiona Heat Up Foxtail, Salva Drops Beats at XS

Rebecca & Fiona

Rebecca & Fiona


Say happy birthday to DJ Shift! The open-format Las Vegas native celebrates his natal day with a grand celebration at Hakkasan. He celebrated his birthday in the same venue last year, so perhaps he’s setting a new trend. Honor the tradition by showing up, and don’t be surprised if you happen to brush shoulders with some celebrities. (In MGM Grand, 10:30 p.m.,


Swedish DJ/producer duo Rebecca & Fiona bring their catchy brand of electro house to Foxtail. The two recently dropped a music video for “Sayonara,” and it’s available to watch everywhere else in the world, except in the United States. We’re not sure why that is, but we’re curious to see the visuals for what sounds like the duo’s pop-iest tune yet. Tell them to explain themselves, then experience one of their famous turntable team-ups. (At SLS, 10:30 p.m., Rick Ross’ Las Vegas connect, Yowda, a.k.a. King Yowda performs at Beauty Bar. The local rapper signed with Ross’ Maybach Music Group in 2014, and immediately after, dropped two singles with Compton cohort YG—”Shut Up” and “That’s How it Goes.” The latter is a proper West Coast banger that’s perfect for house parties and small, rowdy functions. Experience it in DTLV tonight. (517 Fremont St., 9 p.m.,

Niykee Heaton

Niykee Heaton


GBDC saddles up with a rodeo-themed party to coincide with National Finals Rodeo. Dust off your boots, button up your flannel shirt and make sure your hat is secure, because DeeJay Silver is on the ones and twos. He’s worked for big names in country music including Brad Paisley, Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan and Rascal Flatts, so his palate is well seasoned. Guests with NFR passes enjoy complimentary admission. Giddy up for a wild weekend! (In the Palms, 1 p.m., Have you been keeping tabs on the impressively prolific Chuckie? At one point last month, he released two singles and two episodes of Dirty Dutch Radio in the same week. In that same month, he played at EDC Orlando, spun at Create Nightclub in Hollywood, hung out with Menace II Society actor Larenz Tate and somehow found some time to sleep. You might be busy, but you’re definitely not as busy as this guy. Grab some Red Bull, see him man the decks at Omnia and ask him how he does it. If he’s just too much for you, Turbulence has your back at Heart of Omnia. (In Caesars Palace, 10:30 p.m.,


Lavo Casino Club keeps the party going with a Sunday football party. The club boasts 18 big screens, so you can keep tabs on the score as the Panthers take on the Saints while enjoying breakfast mac and cheese. It might be the most luxurious way to watch football. (In the Palazzo, 9 a.m., With the holidays just around the corner, many clubs are shutting their doors for the season. One of them is Drai’s. Good thing you can party with acoustic guitar cover/YouTube sensation Niykee Heaton before the club shutters for two weeks. She turns 21 tonight, so you know it’s bound to get buck wild. Don’t worry—the club will reopen for the New Year’s Eve turn up. (In the Cromwell, 10:30 p.m.,




Movement Mondays at XS heats up with Los Angeles trap heavyweight Salva. He recently released a soundkit via SOUNDPVCKS that includes more than 100 of the producer’s signature sounds. If you’re an aspiring producer, we encourage you to put a few in some of your tunes, drop ’em on a flash drive and hand them to the producer. Your track could appear in one of his latest mixes. And if you aren’t a producer, get rowdy to his latest single, “Salvation,” or his bouncy collaborative remix of Travi$ Scott’s “Skyfall” with RL Grime. They’re bangin’ enough to have the whole club praying for salvation. (In Encore, 10 p.m.,


Commonwealth’s Latin night Martes keeps things hot even though the temperatures are dropping. DJ Low, our featured Tastemaker has got the bachata, salsa, merengue, hip-hop and reggaeton to get you moving to stay warm. Speaking of, we’re already thinking of all the delicious hot cocktails we’ll be drinking on the patio. (525 Fremont St., 9 p.m.,


If you want to hear fresh tunes cranked out by fresh faces, hit up Boomers Bar for Hype Wednesdays. The open-mic night hosted by rapper Mista Krimzon promises performances by some of the city’s hottest hip-hop, R&B, and spoken-word performers. What’s a midweek slump? (3200 W. Sirius Ave., 10 p.m.,