John Legend Joins Cirque Perfomers for One Night

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John Legend  plays One Night for One Drop.

John Legend plays One Night for One Drop.

THE BIG SPLASH

Guy Laliberté’s water-access fundraiser One Night for One Drop is back with more star power than ever. R&B singer John Legend will join 100 performers from all eight Cirque shows at The Beatles Love Theater on March 20. He’ll probably stick to piano, but we think an acrobatic rendition of “Used to Love U” would be awesome. OneNight.OneDrop.org.

BRING YOUR BOO

Season 2 of the NBC sitcom Undateable premiered March 17. If you sat at home wishing to see its stars IRL, you’re in luck! Chris D’Elia, Brent Morin, Ron Funches and Rick Glassman—all outstanding stand-up comics—bring the Undateable Comedy Tour to House of Blues on March 20. HouseOfBlues.com/LasVegas.

SIT DOWN, KANYE

West’s Grammy kerfuffle makes it hard to forget that Beck’s Morning Phase was crowned 2014’s Album of the Year. But Song Reader—an LP’s worth of sheet music that Beck released in 2012—deserves your attention, too. For the first time in Las Vegas, local band Space Karate will bring the pages to life on March 21 at Art Square Theatre. CockroachTheatre.com.

SAND NOT INCLUDED

Imagine yourself on the beach as Hawaiian music group Mamo plays the Historic Fifth Street School on March 21. The duo will serenade with songs spanning the island state’s history—from Monarchy to modern day. ArtsLasVegas.org.

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