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Super Bowl weekend brings out some top hip-hop performers

It’s Super Bowl weekend, so quite a few clubs will actually show the game on TVs. But Super Bowl weekend always brings hip-hop performers too, so look for Nas, Ludacris and Fabolous on this week’s nightclub/DJ forecast.


■ Morgan Page at Surrender in Encore.

■ Zedd at XS in Wynn Las Vegas.

■ Tiesto at Hakkasan in MGM Grand.

■ Krewella at Light in Mandalay Bay.

■ Erik Forbes at 1 Oak in The Mirage.

■ Carnage at Marquee in The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

■ Warren Peace at Tryst in Wynn.

■ Five at Tao in The Venetian.

■ Konflikt at Hyde Bellagio.

■ Juicy J performs at the Bank in Bellagio.

■ Benny Black at Ghostbar in Palms.

■ Loczi at Haze in Aria.


■ Skrillex at XS.

■ Sebastian Ingrosso at Light.

■ Calvin Harris and Fergie at Hakkasan.

■ Dash Berlin at Marquee.

■ Ryan Lewis at Surrender.

■ Que at 1 Oak.

■ Konflikt at Tryst.

■ Ludacris performs at 1 Oak.

■ Nas performs at Haze.

■ Joanna Krupa hosts at Hyde Bellagio.


■ Lil Jon at XS.

■ Martin Garrix at Hakkasan.

■ Fabolous performs at Haze.

■ Sage the Gemini at the Bank.


■ RL Grime at XS.

■ Eric D-Lux at Marquee.


■ Axwell at Light.

■ TJR at Surrender.


■ Nervo at Hakkasan.

■ Alie Layus at Tryst.

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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