Prince Royce

Prince Royce Headlines at The Joint, Men of the Strip Take It All Off

Here's where to play when the sun goes down and the night is young.

Thursday 13

HEAR: Country-music stars Faith Hill and Tim McGraw bring their Soul2Soul World Tour to Las Vegas. If you’re down with cowboy hats and boots, put yours on and see the power couple at T-Mobile Arena. 7:30 p.m., $100–$179, t-mobilearena.com

DANCE: You’ll have to consult the dress code for The Venetian’s Tao Nightclub before you wear your cowboy hat inside, but either way you should definitely be there for veteran spinner Jermaine Dupri10:30 p.m., $14–$23, taolasvegas.com

And speaking of guys who wear inexplicable objects on their heads, Marshmello is playing Intrigue at Wynn Las Vegas. We’re not knocking the helmet, though, because it just makes the music so much sweeter, and only ’Mello can pull it off. 10:30 p.m., $25–$45, intriguevegas.com

Friday 14

EXPERIENCE: 98.5 KLUC is hosting a free pool party at Downtown Grand’s Citrus pool deck. Where else are you going to find 98-cent beers on a Friday night? 7–9 p.m., downtowngrand.com

And if you’re looking for an island-themed party Downtown, Golden Nugget has live music and drink specials for its free Coco Nugget Poolside Party. 8 p.m., goldennugget.com/las-vegas

LAUGH: Big-time comedians are in Las Vegas all weekend, starting with Bill Maher at The Mirage. If you miss him Friday, catch him Saturday. 10 p.m., $66–88, themirage.com

Also playing Friday and Saturday is Christopher Titus at the South Point showroom. 7:30 p.m., $25–$35, inside South Point Hotel Casino & Spa, southpointcasino.com

And former In Living Color (and don’t forget Tales From the Hood!) star David Alan Grier is performing one night only at Treasure Island. 9 p.m., $44–$72, treasureisland.com

HEAR: Prince Royce is touring in support of his latest album, Five, and he’s headlining at The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. Latin American Music Award winner Luis Coronel is the opening act. 8 p.m., $39–$189, hardrockhotel.com

And Mandalay Bay’s House of Blues is hosting The Set List 3.0—The Rolling Stones—Hot Rocks, a celebration of the Stones’ music performed by musicians from Strip productions, including Blue Man Group and Cirque du Soleil. 8 p.m., $10, houseofblues.com/lasvegas 

DANCE: Hip-hop trio Migos is playing Drai’s Nightclub on the roof of The Cromwell. You don’t have to be a member of Yung Rich Nation to be there, so be there. 10:30 p.m., $40–$60, draisnightlife.com

Over at Jewel Nightclub, Irie gets the call for another round of The Good Life Fridays. 10:30 p.m., $20–$30, inside Aria Resort & Casino, jewelnightclub.com

No kidding: According to the internet (all I know is what I read there), DJ duo Slander gets credit for the musical subgenre “heaven trap.” If you want to know what that sounds like, grab your bathing suit and join them for Nightswim at Encore’s Surrender Nightclub. 10:30 p.m., $25–$35, surrendernightclub.com

And catch up with Cash Cash as they host another Cash Is King party at Hakkasan Las Vegas. 10:30 p.m., $20–$30, inside MGM Grand Las Vegas, hakkasanlv.com

Men of the Strip

Saturday 15

EXPERIENCE: Take it off! All-male revue Men of the Strip launches a limited engagement at Hard Rock Live July 14. Producer and former 98 Degrees singer Jeff Timmons stars alongside a six-pack of male dancers. What’s hotter than that? 8–10:30 p.m., $50, hardrock.com/live/locations/lasvegas

TASTE: If you’re looking for drink specials on the west side, swing by Crave American Restaurant & Sushi Bar for its Late Nights promo. The Downtown Summerlin eatery’s Surreal Saturdays menu features $7 Cosmopolitans, $9 Blackberry Long Island Iced Teas, food and bottle specials and music by DJ Real One. 9 p.m., craveamerica.com/locations/las-vegas

HEAR: The concert lineup is so stacked tonight, it reminds you how spoiled we are here in Las Vegas.

Can’t wait for Bruno Mars to bring back his headlining show to Park Theater? Catch him early at T-Mobile Arena when his 24K Magic World Tour swings through. 8 p.m., $45–$175, t-mobilearena.com

Dashboard Confessional and All-American Rejects are playing at The Pearl Concert Theater. 8 p.m., $55–$205, inside Palms Casino Resort, palms.com

The Dan Band, featured in both Old School and The Hangover, is at House of Blues. 8 p.m., $15–$50, inside Mandalay Bay, houseofblues.com/lasvegas 

Two big-time tribute acts are playing tonight. First, hear 40 Oz. to Freedom play the music of Sublime at Brooklyn Bowl. 8 p.m., $12–$15, at The Linq Promenade, brooklynbowl.com

If that’s not up your alley, maybe you’ll enjoy the Johnny Cash tribute act Cash’d Out at Fremont East’s Beauty Bar. 8 p.m., $13, 517 Fremont St., beautybarlv.com

And this is the big one, the mother of all concerts, the Throwback Sizzling Jam starring … wait for it … Tony Toni Tone, Silk, Dru Hill, H-Town, Total, Dana Dane, Special Ed, Moni Love, Chubb Rock and Kwame. It’s going down at Orleans Arena, and you’ll hate yourself forever if you miss it. 8 p.m., tickets start at $40, orleansarena.com

DANCE: Omnia Nightclub at Caesars Palace is packing double-barreled DJ action tonight, with Russian wunderkind Zedd in the main club and Bee Fowl in the Heart of Omnia lounge. 10:30 p.m., $25–$35, omnianightclub.com

Alesso is serving up hits at XS Nightclub. 10 p.m., $20–$30, inside Encore at Wynn Las Vegas, xslasvegas.com

And Ghastly goes behind the decks at Marquee Nightclub inside The Cosmopolitan. 10:30 p.m., $23–$41, marqueelasvegas.com

Sunday 16

HEAR: If Saturday night didn’t wear you out, head to Flamingo Las Vegas’ GO Pool for its Night Jams concert, this time starring Everclear. They will buy you a new life. 7 p.m., $25, gopoolvegas.com

DANCE: And if you’re still awake when the show’s over, see NGHTMRE at Hakkasan Las Vegas. Then go home and have nice dreams. 10:30 p.m., $20–$30, inside MGM Grand, hakkasanlv.com

Monday 17

SEE: The Cosmopolitan’s Boulevard Pool is screening The Big Lebowski as part of its Dive In Movies series. Don’t feel bad about quoting the whole movie aloud; everyone around you will be, too. 7:30 p.m., $5, cosmopolitanlasvegas.com

DANCE: Jewel Nightclub is celebrating the anniversary of its Flawless Mondays party with Lil Jon at the turntables. Raise a glass with him. 10:30 p.m., $20–$30, inside Aria Resort & Casino, jewelnightclub.com

Tuesday 18

HEAR: This is it, your last chance to see Mariah Carey’s #1 to Infinity at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. Will you honor her with your presence? 8 p.m., $55–$250, caesarspalace.com

DANCE: Sam Vogel, who sounds like your gym class rope-climbing teammate but is actually the alter ego of DJ/producer Jauz, is playing for the Omnia Nightclub crowd. 10:30 p.m., $20–$40, inside Caesars Palace, omnianightclub.com

And it’s Swim Night at Drai’s Beachclub. Who’s gonna say no to that? 10:30 p.m., $20–$30, at The Cromwell, draisnightlife.com

Wednesday 19

TASTE: The Culinary Road Trip with chef Scott Commings is back at Downtown Grand. This month’s Vintage Vegas theme includes a presentation by the Mob Museum and offers guests the opportunity to dress in ’50s- and ’60s-era attire and get their mug shots taken upon entry. The menu looks good, too. 9 p.m., $45, seating limited to 50, downtowngrand.com

DANCE: Stay out late tonight and see DJ Five at 1 Oak Nightclub inside The Mirage. 10:30 p.m., $20–$30, 1oaklasvegas.com

Or check out Metro Boomin at Mandalay Bay’s Light Nightclub. 10:30 p.m., $26–$38, thelightvegas.com 

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