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Big This Week: Bassjackers at Light, Chuckie at Hakkasan and more

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THURSDAY FEBRUARY 18

Lil Jon at Hakkasan, Young MC at LAX, Justin Credible at Tao.

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 19

Slander at Surrender The SoCal trap duo’s Breathe Tour will soon take it to Itztacalco for EDC Mexico, Barcelona for Abroadfest and Cologne, Germany. But first up, flooding Surrender with bass.

Bassjackers at Light DJs/producers Marlon Flohr and Ralph van Hilst have been leveling Vegas nightclubs for a while with high-energy, big-drop sets, and they’ve taken their talents to Light for a 2016 residency.

GTA at Hakkasan, Tritonal at Marquee, Afrojack at Omnia, Politik at Tao, Audien at XS.

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 20

Chuckie plays Omnia Saturday.

Chuckie plays Omnia Saturday.

Carnage at Marquee Papi Gordo has been on quite the run since releasing his debut album (of the same name) in October and embarking on a mega-tour. Carnage is back on the Strip this week, bringing varied flavors of EDM to his Marquee residency.

Chuckie at Hakkasan Surinamese-Dutch producer and DJ Chuckie has pioneered his own brand of dance music over the past decade, blending progressive house and trap with Latin sounds and samples—the makings of some great parties at Omnia and Hakkasan. He’s back at the MGM club this weekend.

Mariah Carey at 1 OAK, Nelly at Drai's, Travis Barker at Hyde, DJ Mustard at Light, Skrillex at XS.

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 21

Jerzy at XS SKAM Sundays at XS are heating up and building momentum; it’s becoming one of our favorite nights on the Strip. This week, check out Chicago turntablist Jerzy. See you there.

DJ Franzen at Drai's, Borgeous at Hakkasan.

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