Aoki's House at Surrender Who’s in the house? Steve Aoki, of course. The superstar electro artist returns to his Sin City residency at Surrender. Zuper Blahq isn’t joining him, but that doesn’t mean you can’t “step to the booth and say yo!” January 21, doors open 10:30 p.m., $30 women, $40 men.
Ties & Suspenders Party at Piranha Untucked button-downs and cocktail dresses usually reign supreme in nightlife style, so why not have some fun with your fashion? Don a tie, pull on a pair of suspenders and dance the night away to the sensational sounds of songstress Wynter Gordon at this smoke-free soirée sponsored by Crush. January 21, doors open 10 p.m.
Naya Rivera at The Bank Best known as Glee’s bad girl Cheerio, Rivera hosts her 24th birthday celebration at the Bellagio nightclub. Rumor has it she’s bringing a few fellow Gleeks with her. January 22, doors open 10:30 p.m., $30 women, $40 men.
Andrea Lowell at Eve The Playboy model celebrates her birthday at the Crystals nightclub with former model and current Sirius-XM Playboy Radio host Brandie Moses. January 22, doors open 10:30 p.m., $20 ladies, $30 men.
Body Resolutions at Revolution Fitness centers across the Valley are packed with people trying to maintain resolutions for at least a month. Skip the gym and head to Closet Sundays, where fitness guru Sean Cassidy will give away training sessions and memberships to his website as he hosts the LGBT party. January 23, doors open 10 p.m., $20 cover, locals free.
Kelis at Marquee Her “Milkshake” brought all the boys to the yard. Will it bring you to the newest industry night on the Strip? You don’t have to love her, you don’t even have to like her, but you will respect her … The “Bossy” recording artist hosts the evening with the club’s residents laying the beats. And about that milkshake … she could teach you, but she’d have to charge! January 24, doors open 10 p.m., $20 cover, locals free.
Unrivaled Launch at Moon A DJ collective that “rocks parties with musical integrity” is launching at the rooftop nightclub’s industry night. Will.i.am has made their mission to “restore dignity to the DJ.” How will the collective do it? Head to unrivaleddjs.com and watch rap artist Flo Rida train them to be disc jockeys “Unrivaled” by the rest of Sin City’s table-turners. January 25, doors open 11 p.m., $20 cover, local ladies free.