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Club Notes: NYE bookings, a mixed-drink record try and new Aoki

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Steve Aoki’s Neon Future III drops November 9.
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It’s November, and that means it’s a good time to make your New Year’s Eve reservations at your favorite Las Vegas club. Among the artists scheduled for the biggest night on the Strip: The Chainsmokers at XS, Dillon Francis at Intrigue, the Lakeside Masquerade party with DJ Hollywood at Hyde Bellagio, Ludacris at Light, Gucci Mane at Tao and French Montana at Marquee.

The United States Bartenders’ Guild Las Vegas chapter will kick off Keep Memory Alive’s Month of Memories initiative on November 5 at Apex Social Club at the Palms, where attendees will participate in an attempt at breaking the world record for the largest mixed drink. The event is open to the public, and tickets are available at keepmemoryalive.org/gandt.

Grammy nominated DJ and producer and Henderson resident Steve Aoki will release his fifth studio album, Neon Future III, on November 9. Billed as his most pop-driven project to date, it will include collaborations with Blink-182, Lady Antebellum, Mike Posner and Louis Tomlinson on the previously released hit “Just Hold On.” Aoki recently dropped another single from the album, “Waste It on Me,” with K-pop superstars BTS.

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