The Red Bull Air Race wraps up its season on Sunday.

Red Bull Air Race Lifts Off, Wine Walk at Town Square

What to do around the clock in Las Vegas

Thursday 13

Catch some preseason NBA action at T-Mobile Arena, when the L.A. Lakers take on the Sacramento Kings at 7:30 p.m.

Tattoo art collective Industry Supporting Industry’s Totem Soul promises art, live music and DJ sets at Commonwealth. Kick back to quieter performances in the first-floor lounge, or get down to electronic beats up on the rooftop.

Unwind in luxury to the pop, soul and R&B tones of French singer Lou Lou White at Mandarin Bar. Enjoy incredible views, cocktails, music and vibes starting at 9 p.m.

MC Mike Jones will take the crowd back to the 2000s during LAX Nightclub’s Throwback Thursdays promo. Rewind with 2005’s “Back Then,” and get pumped for Jones’ upcoming album release, slated for later this year.

Why are Las Vegas and Southern Nevada especially important during an election year? Panelists will be chewing on that question during The 2016 Election: Why Las Vegas Matters, as they discuss issues important to the region such as immigration, security and health care, 1 p.m. at UNLV’s Greenspun Hall.

Friday 14

How about a blend of ska and reggae to wind down after a crazy week? Catch Sublime With Rome at Downtown Las Vegas Events Center. The Expendables and One Pin Short open, with doors opening at 8 p.m.

Short films are a training ground for up-and-coming producers, writers, directors and actors. The College of Southern Nevada’s Short Film Showcase, 6:30 p.m. at the Cheyenne Campus, highlights the best of the school’s burgeoning talent pool. It’s two hours of shorts, documentaries and narratives, and the price is right: $1.

Saturday 15

The MonteLago Village Beerfest returns to Lake Las Vegas with live music, specialty vendors and, of course, plenty of beer! Starting at 2 p.m., 30 regional and national breweries will showcase their craft and seasonal offerings. Village restaurants throughout the festival will feature lunch and dinner specials, and event proceeds benefit UNLV’s nonprofit radio station, KUNV.

If you’re a fan of Glee’s Warblers or Pitch Perfect’s Treblemakers, there’s one place for you to be Saturday night: Reynolds Hall, as male a cappella veterans Straight No Chaser take their I’ll Have Another … 20th Anniversary Tour to The Smith Center at 8 p.m.

Stand-up comedian. Game-show host. Songwriter. Lead in a hit Broadway show. Yes, it seems Wayne Brady has done it all. Catch him at The Mirage at 10 p.m. when the funnyman returns to his comedy roots.

Alessia Cara

Ruth B opens for Alessia Cara (right) at the Foundry inside SLS.

You might have heard Ruth B’s whimsical, platinum single “Lost Boy.” Catch her when she opens for Alessia Cara at the Foundry, where doors open at 6:30 p.m. Her stripped-down, piano-accompanied tracks are sure to take you to Neverland.

Join New Vista Community on the last Wine Walk of the season at Town Square, starting at 7 p.m. Enjoy shopping, entertainment and food pairings for the wines that will be poured, all while supporting New Vista’s mission to provide equal opportunities to intellectually challenged children and adults.

Comedian, magician and self-described cowboy James Michael opens Redneck Comedy Magic at the Stratosphere at 6 p.m. This triple threat promises raunchy stand-up and mind-blowing magic, all in that distinctive country drawl.

Supercross is a combination of crazy stunt riding and motocross that features some of the best dirt bike riders in the world. Start your high-octane weekend with the Monster Energy Cup, held from noon to 10 p.m., at Sam Boyd Stadium.

Sunday 16

Let’s continue with planes skimming the ground at 250 mph through a series of inflatable pylons, which may sound insane but is actually a sport. The Red Bull Air Race series winds up its season 10 a.m. Saturday through today at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. If you dig speed and precision, there is no finer show.

Monday 17

They collaborated in the early aughts to produce radio megahits “Always on Time” and “Mesmerize,” and now they’re bringing some throwback flavor to Brooklyn Bowl. Catch Ja Rule and Ashanti “Livin’ It Up” at the Linq venue at 7:30 p.m.

Want to write poetry like Charles Bukowski? Put down the liquor and get over to the Clark County Library’s Jewel Box Theater at 6 p.m. for Writing & Performing Poetry Using the Charles Bukowski Method, a seminar with English professor Lee Mallory.

Mark Shunock hosts Mondays Dark at 9:30 p.m. The Rock of Ages vet joins an eclectic cast of celebrity and local performers for a night of music, comedy and entertainment, which also will raise awareness of and support the local Candlelighters charity.

Tuesday 18

The Las Vegas Arts Guild is dedicated to showcasing local talent, and its Fall Art Show is happening through November 12 at Henderson’s Green Valley Library. Stop in and see what’s happening creatively around town.

Wednesday 19

What could we possibly add to the oceans of ink already lavished on the world’s most iconic band? Only this: The Rolling Stones are playing T-Mobile Arena at 8 p.m. (with a follow-up show on October 22), and you’d be wise to see them now—50 years of the rock lifestyle is hard on anyone, and they aren’t getting any younger.