Seven Days

A curated tour of this week in your city

Thursday, Sept. 27

If it’s late September, it must be time for the Las Vegas Bike Fest, the annual celebration of internal combustion and two wheels. Come for the custom bike shows and vendors, stay for the parties, stunt riding and bikini contests. You really can’t lose. Through Sunday at Cashman Center and other locations,

Friday, Sept. 28

Let’s see, what else do we do around here this time of year … oh yeah, we do Halloween. Two big scare factories break cover today: The Asylum at the Fremont Street Experience, and the Freakling Bros.’ Trilogy of Terror, a trio of haunted houses that includes the “Gates of Hell,” which bills itself as Nevada’s only R-rated haunted house.

Saturday, Sept. 29

There were two kinds of kids back when we went to high school: those who got dates, and those who read comic books. Las Vegas is full of stuff to do for the former, so for the latter we offer the inaugural Las Vegas Comic Expo at the Riviera. They’ll have comics creators, collectors and other stuff to geek out over. Through Sept. 30,

Sunday, Sept. 30

Woody Allen wrote God, a comedic look at life’s deeper questions, more than 25 years ago. It’s only now getting to Las Vegas. Better late than never. See it tonight, or at showings next week, at the Onyx Theatre. After that, you may have to wait awhile. Tickets: $12-$15,

Monday, Oct. 1

Heads up: There are only a few days left to check out Las Vegas at Work, the juried photo contest at Springs Preserve. The photos may be the work of amateurs, but they have managed to capture Las Vegas in a way that many others have missed. Through Oct. 7.

Tuesday, Oct. 2

Speaking of Halloween, Fright Dome at Circus Circus opens its monthlong run today. They have two new Saw-themed haunted houses, which just goes to show that the more gore you got these days, the better. Admission: $38,

Wednesday, Oct. 3

The touring show Batman Live makes its stop at the Thomas & Mack Center today through Oct. 7. Here’s your chance to see the Batmobile and the Batcave in person. Admit it, boys: You’ve been waiting for this a really long time. Tickets: $19-$79.50,