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Vegas Weekend Top 5: Sean Paul, 2 Chainz, Lil Jon & More

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From dancehall sensation Sean Paul's album release party at The Bank to rapper 2 Chainz hosting his official concert after party at Body English, don't miss out on the hottest nightlife events in Sin City this weekend.

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The Bank
On Friday, dancehall sensation Sean Paul celebrates the release of his new album Frequency with a special live performance. Doors open at 10:30 p.m. Cover $40 men, $20 women. The Bank is located at The Bellagio; 702-693-8300.

"Turn Down For What" hit-maker Lil Jon returns on Saturday to take over the turntables for his monthly DJ residency. Doors open at 10:30 p.m. Cover $30 men, $20 women. Surrender is located at The Encore; 702-770-7300.

Body English
After his concert at The Joint on Saturday, rapper 2 Chainz heads to the nightspot to host his official after party featuring sounds by DJ Franzen and DJ Casanova. Doors open at 10:30 p.m. Cover $30 men, $20 women. Body English is located at Hard Rock Hotel; 702-693-5555.

Geisha House
The Movement presents FMA Saturdays, a mix of an upscale elegance, unique ambiance and tasty musical flavor featuring hip-hop and R&B sounds by special guest DJ Dre Dae. Doors open at 10 p.m. No cover. Geisha House is located at 9719 W. Flamingo Road near the 215 Freeway; 702-369-9637.

Kick off your weekend at CAA International's Club Oasis, Vegas' hottest weekly old school and R&B dance party, featuring sounds by DJ Larose Royce. Doors open at 10 p.m. No cover. Kahunaville is located at Treasure Island; 702-998-9916.

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