For those who like to party, Summer's soiree schedule still shines pretty bright even as the seasonal shift begins. This week offers plenty of opportunities to get down 'ti' the leaves turn brown. It's in fact a very colorful week in L.A., club-wise, whether you want to think pink, get red hot, or get back in black. (Tim Burton would approve.) With destinations including everything from museums to parking lots to patios, the beginning of September looks like a week to remember.

Fri., Sept. 9

Another installment of Red Devil Disco heats up the Dragonfly this month. DJ Xian Vox spins electro, EBM and alternative disco remixes, while Apollo Star spews dirty glam and rock. The Boulet Brothers' pansexual circus of performers includes Rudeness, Nikki 666, Miss Miso, and Wuwu, and there'll be an absinthe bar and a photo booth, not to mention a couple of birthday bacchanals and other sinful amusements the Bou Boys have become known for. “Art queens, fetish freaks, pin up bitches, gender benders, and fashion fuckery” encouraged. 6510 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood. or

Sat., Sept. 10

Dublab takes over LACMA for Muse Til Midnight. The DJ collective's aural explorations will be presented in front of LACMA's urban light sculpture, and guests will get access to the museum's popular Tim Burton and Asco exhibits, as well its surrounding galleries. Beats and Beetlejuice should make great combo. On the decks: 2true DJ's, Aaron Drake, Alejandro Cohen, Ashland Mines (Total Freedom), Ben Knight, Big Swell, Brian Roettinger, Carlos Niño & Friends, Daedelus, Daniel Pineda (Nguzunguzu), DJ Lengua, Farmer Dave Scher, Frosty, Ganas, Goethe-Institut Los Angeles, Jake Viator, John Wiese, KCHUNG Radio, Matthewdavid, Mitchell Brown, Nick Amato, Power Mallet (Sarah Rara & Ron Rege), Ryan Granich, Scott Cazan, Solomon Barthwell, Turquoise Wisdom, Zen Mafia DJ's and more. $25 Muse Members; $40 without. (Includes complimentary beer, wine, and parking). 5905 Wilshire Blvd.

Dutch DJ, producer, label owner, and visual artist Sander Kleinenberg brings his exultant beat expertise to the decks and dance denizens of Hollywood this week. Having been spinning and producing for well over two decades, SK remains a global presence, drawing huge crowds to clubs from Ibiza to Amsterdam. L.A.'s Avaland attendees love him too. Resident Kazell opens with crowd-pleasing soundscapes. 1735 Vine St., Hollywood.

Studio 69 returns to Vanguard, with a Hotpink & Wet Foam Party, a blushy bash to feature six feet of pink colored foam on Vanguard's patio. There will be a life-guard tower for the deejays to spin in, and 69's “Pink Pussy-Kat Dancers” will be on hand to save drowning dancers. Cult spins new dubstep, breakbeat and electro. $20 in pink (or dressed aquatic); $30 no costume. 6021 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood. (323) 463-3331.

Sun., Sept. 11

Cody Bayne's pumping pavement party The Lot keeps the summer sizzle and sweat going, with deejays, live performances, and shirtless boys behaving badly. Barbecue, booze, and beats galore from Josh Peace, Phyliss Navidad, David Banjela, Hotne$$A, Aaron Elvis, Frenchkiss De Kutt and Trident. 2 p.m.-10 p.m. At MJ'S Bar (Parking lot), 2810 Hyperion Ave., Silver Lake.

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