Danny Avila, Major Lazer among DJs spinning this week

Here’s your weekend forecast of DJs and other performers heading to Vegas’ nightclubs and dayclub-pools.


■ Morgan Page at Surrender nightclub in the Encore.

■ Dash Berlin and Rebecca & Fiona at Marquee nightclub in The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

■ Laidback Luke and Moska at Hakkasan nightclub in the MGM Grand.

■ Stafford Brothers at Light nightclub in Mandalay Bay.

■ Madeon at XS nightclub in Wynn Las Vegas.

■ Norman Doray at Encore Beach Club at Encore.

■ Eddie Makabi at Marquee Dayclub.

■ Devin Lucien at Tryst nightclub at Wynn Las Vegas.

■ Dirtyloud at Body English nightclub in Hard Rock Hotel.

■ Pizzo at Gallery nightclub in Planet Hollywood Resort.

■ Eric D-Lux at Tao nightclub in The Venetian.

■ Wale performs at Palms’ pool.


■ Martin Solveig at XS.

■ Markus Schulz at Marquee.

■ Tiesto and Fergie DJ at Hakkasan.

■ Chris Lake at Encore Beach Club.

■ Cedric Gervais at Surrender.

■ Lil Jon at Tryst.

■ Felli Fel at Gallery.

■ Don Diablo with Steve Powers at Light.

■ EC Twins at Marquee Dayclub.

■ Skribble at Chateau nightclub in Paris Las Vegas.

■ Duane King at Gallery.


■ Dirty South at Encore Beach Club.

■ Danny Avila at Hakkasan.

■ AN21 and Max Vangeli at XS.


■ Manufactured Superstars at XS.

■ Vice at Marquee.

■ OB-One at Gallery.


■ Major Lazer at 1 Oak nightclub in The Mirage.


■ Borgore at Surrender.


■ Adrian Lux at Surrender.

■ Sidney Samson at Tryst.

■ R3hab and Fergie DJ at Hakkasan.

Doug Elfman’s column appears on Page 3A in the main section on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. He also writes for Neon on Fridays. Email him at delfman@reviewjournal.com. He blogs at reviewjournal.com/elfman.


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