Deftones Hit Brooklyn Bowl, Miss Margarida’s Way Comes to the Smith Center

This week’s must-see A&E events

Deftones play Brooklyn Bowl on DATE. | Photo by 13th Witness.

Deftones play Brooklyn Bowl Tuesday, Oct. 27. | Photo by 13th Witness.

Thursday, October 22

Goatwhore with In the Flesh and Brutal Resistance

Fearlessly grotesque band names, fearlessly grotesque metal riffs. $10, The Dive Bar, 8 p.m., 702-586-3483,

Blues Traveler

Come for the eclectic mix of blues, psychedelic, folk, Southern rock and soul; stay for the “Sweet Pain.” $28, Brooklyn Bowl, 7 p.m., 702-862-2695,

Pacifica Quartet

The 2009 Grammy award winner for Best Chamber Music Performance is known for its daring program choices. $30, Ham Hall at UNLV, 7:30 p.m., 702-895-3011,

Friday, October 23

KORN with Suicide Silence and Islander

The nu-metal pioneers team up with some of the hottest names in heavy music. Bring your own Adidas tracksuit. $45, House of Blues, 6:30 p.m., 702-632-7600,

Sammy Kershaw

Deep-fried Cajun-inspired country music hits Northtown’s newest venue. $25, Craig Ranch Regional Park Amphitheater, 8 p.m., 702-633-2418,

The Internet

This group of kids started in rowdy rap collective Odd Future. Now they play nifty, jazz-tinged R&B. $13, Vinyl in Hard Rock Hotel, 8 p.m., 702-693-5000,

Saturday, October 24

Seductive Simplicity

François Dubeau’s art consists of clean lines and abstract calligraphy, and it begs you to toss your mind into the gutter. Free, Sin City Gallery, 7-11 p.m., 702-608-2461,


Four dudes from New York City play an eclectic program of chamber music, which includes works by Mozart and Adele. $20, Ham Hall at UNLV, 8 p.m., 702-895-2787,

Paul Rodriguez

Not the professional skateboarder; the hilarious Latino comedian. Help cure his “tortilla addiction.” $25, Craig Ranch Regional Park Amphitheater, 8 p.m., 702-633-2418,

Sunday, October 25

Miss Margarida's Way | Photo by Julio Castillo, Jr.

Miss Margarida’s Way | Photo by Julio Castillo, Jr.

The Whale 

A “glumly funny” play about a morbidly obese man’s attempt to reconnect with his teenage daughter. $20, Cockroach Theatre, 2 p.m., 702-483-8844,

Miss Margarida’s Way 

Annette Houlihan Verdolino stars in a dark comedy where you play a student under the reign of a tyrannical teacher. $39, The Smith Center, 2:30 p.m., 702-749-2000,

Monday, October 26

Tav Falco’s Panther Burns with Mike Watt & Toby Dammit

Memphis rockabilly teams up with ex-Stooges members for one hell of a show. $12, Beauty Bar, 9 p.m., 702-598-3757,

Tuesday, October 27


The Sacramento quintet might be the only metal band to go multiplatinum and win a Grammy. $37, Brooklyn Bowl, 7 p.m., 702-862-2695,

Wednesday, October 28

D.R.I. with System Rejex and Radio Silence

The certified crossover thrash legends from Houston are bound to play all of the hits such as “Thrashard” and “Beneath the Wheel.” $20, The Dive, 9 p.m. 702-586-3483,