Las Vegas Weekly Nightlife

Weekly Las Vegas Nightlife Update

Las Vegas Weekly Stories: Nightlife
  1. Head to the pair’s YouTube channel to watch clips of them getting ready in their Vegas hotel room, fielding questions and performing at festivals like 2018’s Baja Beach Festival.
  2. She spins rock, pop, punk and garage vinyl—mostly recorded by European artists from the 1960s through the 1980s.
  3. “We used to read the crowd and be like, ‘Oh, we need to go an EDM route to make this part of the room happy,’ but now the entire room is moving when hip-hop is playing. It’s been dope.”
  4. Apple has been using danceable singles “Drinkee,” “Best Friend” and “Batsh*t” for iPhone and Apple Watch commercials since 2015.
  5. The Chainsmokers at EBC, DJ White Shadow at JEMAA and more.
  6. They’re a great way for locals to try cocktails from other popular bars for a low price—each specialty cocktail costs $8 during the event—and they’ve been a big hit within the local beverage industry.
  7. Meth and Red appeared together this year on E-40’s “Keep on Gassin,” but you might better remember the magical 2017 weed rap collaboration “Mount Kushmore” with Snoop Dogg and B-Real.
  8. His biography is among the more interesting in electronic music: Young singer-songwriter graduates from Harvard, views the corporate landscape and bails to follow his dream.
  9. The newest single is the infectious “Loco Contigo,” which opens with a megahook by J Balvin before an extra-elastic verse from Tyga.
  10. Ben Ruttner and James Patterson have been bringing delicious big-city vibes to the NoMad Pool this summer, and they’re back for another round on August 17.
  11. Dillon Francis spins at XS on August 16.
  12. This massive karaoke bar, now open on the second floor of Neonopolis, is an offshoot of the 30-year-old Bourbon Street original. The Vegas location has over-the-top kitsch on lock, with velvet leopard prints covering nearly every inch of the space.
  13. A Boogie wi da Hoodie drops by Marquee on August 12.
  14. Robby Hauldren and Freddy Kennett grew up skateboarding and watching extreme sports on TV. Now, as Louis the Child, they’re supplanting pop-punk to become the main sound of the X Games.
  15. “By the third show of my Wynn residency, I realized that I got the green light from fans to experiment. I think I can play the music I give at festivals and bring that energy to the club here.”
  16. Brody Jenner hits Tao Beach on August 3.
  17. Few can boast what he’s done: nine classic albums, more than a dozen platinum singles and his own hit record label. It’s only right that for his 10th studio album, he’s back where it started.
  18. The two-level venue features Instagram-worthy touches like the neon-pink Iconic sign in the entryway and a #beiconic sign over the main bar on the lower level.
  19. Their visuals are second to none—starry light installations are central to the group’s performances.
  20. Headlining will be Mustard, who’s having a moment with the recent release of ‘Perfect Ten,’ his highest-charting album ever.