Celebrate the 80th Anniversary of Repeal With Bountiful Booze


Thursday, Dec. 5

Happy Repeal Day! Toast the 80th anniversary of the end of Prohibition at the Mob Museum with Oscar Goodman before heading to the VIP speakeasy party with unlimited Prohibition-era cocktails. End with the Boss of the Bars competition in which notable judges (including Vegas Seven dining writer Al Mancini) will pick Downtown’s top cocktail. The drink’s creator will be awarded the Repeal Day Cup, presented by Mayor Carolyn Goodman. (5:30 p.m., 300 Stewart Ave., TheMobMuseum.org.) Or celebrate Repeal Day in Summerlin at Echo & Rig, the bustling new butcher and steakhouse that’s offering $3 Prohibition-style cocktails and $1 beer specials. (In Tivoli Village, 11 a.m.-11 p.m., EchoAndRig.com.) Meanwhile on the Strip, Rx Boiler Room offers Belvedere drinks, including one complimentary Moscow Mule and $5 vintage cocktails, until 7:30 p.m. (In the Shoppes at Mandalay Place, 5 p.m., Facebook.com/RxBoilerRoom.)

Friday, Dec. 6

Beyoncé’s Mrs. Carter Show tour stops at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. The 17-time Grammy Award-winning siren has sold a modest 118 million records, plus another 60 million with Destiny’s Child. (In MGM, 8 p.m., TicketMaster.com.) The official Mrs. Carter Show tour after-party is at The Bank with a performance by R&B crooner Luke James. (In Bellagio, 10 p.m., LightGroup.com.) Max Vangeli DJs at XS. Get to know the new Las Vegas resident on Page 38. (In Encore, 10 p.m., XSLasVegas.com.) Here’s a sweet party: Sugar Factory Town Square’s grand opening is hosted by Mario Lopez and the Bella Twins. Satisfy your sweet tooth and booze cravings at once with the candy-integrated cocktail goblets and chocolate martinis. (In Town Square, 5 p.m., SugarFactory.com.)

Saturday, Dec. 7

Don sneakers and a Santa cap for Opportunity Village’s ninth annual Las Vegas Great Santa Run hosted by Grand Marshal Shania Twain, with appearances by Jabbawockeez, Jersey Boys star Jeff Leibow and a bunch of food trucks. (Third Street Stage at the Fremont Street Experience, 8 a.m., LasVegasSantaRun.org.) Outstanding Aussie Hook N Sling headlines Light. Chances are you’ve heard his remixes for the likes of Calvin Harris, Fedde Le Grand and Kaskade. But don’t let the “N” mislead you; there’s no duo here, just a one-man production machine. (In Mandalay Bay, 10 p.m., TheLightVegas.com.) Moby makes a rare stop on the Strip tonight at Hakkasan. The animal-rights-supporting vegan singer/songwriter/DJ has sold more than 20 million albums and helped popularize dance music in the pre-EDM days. (In MGM Grand, 10 p.m., HakkasanLV.com.)

Sunday, Dec. 8

Billy the Gent and Long Jawns, known collectively as Gents and Jawns, make their XS debut with an opening set by seminal Las Vegas DJ Dave Fogg. The Mad Decent duo helped produce Diplo’s Express Yourself EP, and have moombahton and trap music classics to their credit, “Vibrate” and “Turnup,” respectively. Dutch DJ Quintino was discovered by Laidback Luke, supported by Afrojack, Tiësto and Swedish House Mafia, and has become a chart-topping producer and globetrotting DJ. See Quintino tonight in Hakkasan. (In MGM Grand, 10 p.m.) Vegas Country KWNR 95.5-FM and Station Casinos team up for the seventh annual Toys for Tickets All-Star Jam in which toys are exchanged for tickets to the show featuring Joe Nichols, Thompson Square, Joel Crouse, Brett Eldredge and other country artists. (In Sunset Station, 6 p.m., 955TheBull.com.)

Monday, Dec. 9

Carnage continues to wreak havoc on Marquee. The young star gained traction as a leading trap producer, but is pivoting toward trance while listing his genre as “everything,” his hometown as “the moon” and his inspiration as “yo bitch.” (At the Cosmopolitan, 10 a.m., MarqueeLasVegas.com.)

Tuesday, Dec. 10

Leave it all on the dance floor at All Night Tuesdays with Panic City. The San Francisco-born SKAM Artist has been lighting up the Hype Machine charts for his remixes, and was called “the next big sound” by Billboard. (In the Palazzo, 11 p.m., LavoLV.com.)

Wednesday, Dec. 11

Warm up your country twang and boot scoot your way down to Country Karaoke at Rockhouse Rodeo during NFR. All proceeds from $5 bull rides will be donated to Horses for Heroes, benefiting active military members, veterans and first responders. (In the Venetian, 10 a.m., TheRockhouseBar.com.) Shake your way over to Baauer at Light’s Blowout Wednesday. The bass-y trap master behind “Harlem Shake” has continued a string of productions, including the Jay-Z-featuring “Higher” and the new RL Grime collaboration, “Infinite Daps.” (In Mandalay Bay, 10 p.m.)

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