DJ Carnage Fires Up Marquee Dayclub, Machine Gun Kelly Spits at Drai’s Beachclub

When the sun comes up, the party doesn’t have to end.


Thursday 23

Get an adult beverage, find a lounge chair and join the three California surfers who make up WeAreTreo at Liquid Pool Lounge to officially get the weekend started. 11 a.m., $10–$20, at Aria Resort & Casino,

Strip down and lose those tan lines at Bare Pool Lounge, where tops are optional. Kid Conrad is going to be spinning while you relax, unwind and let it all, um, hang out. 11 a.m., $10–$20, at The Mirage,

Friday 24

At Daylight Beach Club, Jerzy is gonna be slinging beats left and right to get the (soon-to-be) summertime vibes flowing. 11 a.m., $20–$30, at Mandalay Bay,

The girls of Wet Republic

Saturday 25

All of this sun and warmth are bringing out the hottest DJs in Las Vegas. There’s no reason you shouldn’t be out, too, especially when Diplo provides the jams at Encore Beach Club. 10 a.m., $20–$75, at Encore,

You survived the week, now see if you can survive DJ Carnage and the fiery pool party that goes down at Marquee Dayclub. 11 a.m., $19–$33, at The Cosmopolitan,

Sunday 26

Party it up at the Valley’s original dayclub while splash-dancing to DJ Jazzy Jeff’s tunes at Rehab Beach Club. 11 a.m., $10–$20, at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino,

You’ve heard Machine Gun Kelly’s “Bad Things” collab with Camila Cabello on the airwaves. Hear him spit his rhymes live at Drai’s Beachclub. 11 a.m., $20–$30, at The Cromwell,

You can’t stop the weekend from ending, but you can definitely stop it from ending badly. At Wet Republic’s Endless Sundays, the hottest DJs and the coldest drinks come together beneath cabanas and around the pool to form one of the sexiest daytime parties. “When people visit Vegas, they dread going back to reality. So we created a kind of ‘last hurrah’ party that closes out the weekend with a bang,” says Sal Wise, Hakkasan Group’s executive director of nightlife marketing. Um, more like a pop. There’s Champagne to drink, Champagne to spray and even Champagne to shoot. “Sometimes, competitions form between different cabanas and bungalows on who can spray the most Champagne. They’ll think, ‘Oh they bought 50 bottles to spray? We want 100,’” Wise says. “Everyone is just drenched in Champagne.” So why don’t you go, see Cash Cash and buy yourself a bevy of bottles to show everyone you can ball? 11 a.m., starting at $20, prices may vary, at MGM Grand,