Hot Spots: Green Lantern, going deep, Grammys and more

Barely Legal: Lowndes plays a high-schooler on TV, but don’t worry, she’s of age.
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Date Dave Navarro married Carmen Electra and had immortalized in script across his collarbone. Whoops. The guitarist plays Haze 11/11 with DJ Skribble.

Latin Grammys afterparty at Blush Didn’t get enough of the hot performances at Mandalay Bay Events Center during the Latin Grammys? Or simply didn’t get into the Latin Grammys? This party at Blush features performances by nominees (and potentially winners) Los Claxons and JotDog, plus open bar for ladies from 11:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m. November 11, doors at 9 p.m., $30, local ladies and industry free.

Warehouse Fridays at Area 170 The all-ages venue has an ’80s flashback for the night … even though much of its crowd probably wasn’t around for that decade. Grab your fluorescent tube socks and fanny packs and head to 3281 North Decatur for a night of classic tunes with an electro twist. November 12, doors at 8 p.m., $5-10.

DJ Green Lantern

DJ Green Lantern at Studio 54 Camacho, Room 101 and Cusano cigars present the Conspiracy, an “officially unofficial” afterparty celebrating Cigar Aficionado’s Big Smoke Las Vegas at the Venetian this weekend. Featuring a set by hip-hop turntablist Green Lantern. Free admission and bottle service discounts for those picking up “black cards” at the participating cigar brands’ booths. November 12, doors open at 10 p.m., $20 and up.

DJ/producer Christopher Lawrence

Christopher Lawrence at Rain Time for another trance-tastic evening with the America’s Best DJ 2008 winner as he headlines Perfecto. Though he’ll bring his brand of progressive, tough techno to the decks, he’s one of the nicest DJ/producers we’ve ever met. It’s a safe bet we’re in for an epic, festival-worthy set. Jordan Stevens opens. November 13, doors at 11 p.m., $30 and up, free for local ladies.

Jessica Lowndes at Pure Her character—Adrianna “Ade” Tate-Duncan—is still underage, but the 90210 starlet and aspiring singer is celebrating her 22nd birthday. We’re pretty sure she’ll leave the bad hair, drug addiction and pregnancy on set. November 13, doors at 10 p.m., $20 and up.

Going Deep at Krave The only gay club on the Strip is going all out again! This time, Krave will be transformed into an underwater wonderland, complete with mermaids in the sky, special effects and more. Tunes by DJ PA, surrounded by 16 of the hottest go-go boys around. November 13, doors at 10:30 p.m., $20, no cover for locals before 12:30 a.m.

Sander van Doorn

Sander van Doorn at Tao The top-ranking Dutch DJ/producer embraces his Identity with electronic dance music fans at Tao Saturday night. Listen for new Beatport chart-topper “Intro (XX Booty Mix)” plus popular remixes like The Killers’ “Spaceman.” Tony Arzadon opens. November 13, doors at 10 p.m., $30 and up.

Snitch special edition at Playboy Club with Amanda Blank The Diva, the Wild Card and the Hookup—also known as DJ 88, M!KEATTACK and Rachel Wenman of the Snitch crew—celebrate their birthdays as the party moves from Ghostbar to Playboy for one night only. Also featuring a live performance by Blank and a set by Dave Fogg. November 17, party starts at 11 p.m., $20, local ladies free.

Soul Kitchen at Vanguard Lounge “For the music.” The nearly 8-year-old party has bounced around a bit since leaving the shuttered Red Room Saloon, but we think this new home will stick. The deep house party will take place every third Thursday at Vanguard Lounge. Featured DJs this month: Edgar Reyes, Shoe and Royce Ramirez. Wish owner Andrew Wheatley a happy birthday while you’re there. November 18, doors at 3 p.m., DJs start at 9 p.m., no cover.

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