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Nightlife News & Notes: Coachella DJ acts at Life, Scullery closes and more

Gorgon City plays April 10 at Life with Pete Tong.

Bummed you’re missing Coachella? You can club-hop on the Strip for the next two weeks and catch some of the Southern California festival’s DJ acts. The latest booking: Pete Tong and Gorgon City on April 10 at Life, with the latter act making its Vegas debut.

Other Coachella overlap DJ bookings in clubland include: Sebastian Ingrosso (April 10 at Light), Alesso (April 11 & 18 at Light), DJ Snake (April 11 at Surrender, April 19 at XS), Porter Robinson (April 11 at Marquee Nightclub), R3HAB (April 11 at Life, April 17 at Foxtail Pool Club), Oliver Heldens (April 14 at Omnia), Axwell (April 17 at Omnia), Flosstradamus (April 17 at Surrender) and New World Punx (aka Ferry Corsten and Markus Schulz; April 17 at Life).

Speaking of Corsten and Life, the two are teaming up for a May 29 event in partnership with former DJ Mag No. 1 club Space Ibiza. It will be a local version of Corsten’s Full On party at the Spanish megaclub, with support from Space resident and Balearic house DJ Camilo Franco.

The Ogden’s bar and performance venue Scullery closed last week, with Future Restaurant Group selling its interest and Downtown Project seeking another managing partner and concept for the space.

Disco-llaneous: Vista Cocktail Lounge, which replaces Shadow Bar, is set for a mid-May opening. As reported earlier, its large LED screens will project iconic global locales. Wu-Tang Clan’s Method Man and Redman will perform live April 12 at Drai’s Nightclub. Fellow rapper Lil Wayne will play Foxtail Pool Club on May 2, following the Floyd Mayweather/Manny Pacquiao fight, with tickets already $110-$220. Future performs at sister club Life the next night, with tickets priced $55-$110. Sapphire Pool and Dayclub will open May 1, the same day the long-running Ditch Fridays party returns to Palms Pool.

Tags: Nightlife
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