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Lady Gaga Graces Encore Theater, Town Square Celebrates Noon Year’s Eve

What to do around the clock in Las Vegas.

Thursday 29

Citizen Cope brings his satisfying mix of rock and soul to Brooklyn Bowl. Sway to hits such as “Sideways” and the Eric Clapton–approved “Hands of the Saints.” 8:30 p.m., $35–$68,

After 23 years of showing us that it’s still cool to swing, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy hits The Orleans Showroom. 8 p.m., $20–$30, The Orleans Hotel & Casino,

Texan and blue-collar comedian Ron White chews on a cigar and delivers jokes that got him two Grammy nominations. 10 p.m., $65–$89, The Mirage,

Lady Gaga plays the Encore Theater Dec. 30.

Friday 30

Lady Gaga exhibited her talent for performing jazz standards on her Cheek to Cheek duet album with Tony Bennett. She takes the stage solo tonight at Wynn Las Vegas, putting her unique spin on jazz favorites with the backing of a live band. 9 p.m., $1,000–$1,500, Encore Theater,

MMA’s Ronda Rousey returns to the ring to take back the UFC women’s bantamweight crown from Amanda Nunes.4 p.m., $80–$605, T-Mobile Arena,

Snoop Dogg shares Puff Puff Pass Tour Part 2 with us. Catch Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, DJ Quik, Warren G and Tha Dogg Pound at The Joint. 7 p.m., $44–$255, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino,

L.A. Guns brings its glam-rock ballads to Count’s Vamp’d. Don’t forget your Aqua Net. 9 p.m., $10–$15, 6750 W. Sahara Ave.,

Saturday 31

98.5 KLUC hosts a family-friendly Noon Year’s Eve celebration at Town Square, complete with a live DJ, inflatable slide, bounce houses, rock wall, face painting, balloon artists and a countdown to noon with a juice-box toast. 10 a.m.–1 p.m.,

Let loose with Travis Barker as he DJs and drums down to midnight at Vanity. 9 p.m., $50–$75, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino,

How about ringing in the New Year with a hike and campfire? Valley of Fire State Park has you covered with a guided adventure on the scenic 1.25-mile White Domes Trail, with LED lights illuminating the trail’s section of a slot canyon. Sparkling cider and campfire provided. 10 p.m., meet at Valley of Fire visitor center, $8–$10 park entrance fee,

Big Dog’s Brewing Company ushers in the New Year with dinner specials, live music and deals on pitchers, shots and growlers. 5 p.m, Big Dog’s Draft House, 4543 N. Rancho Dr.,

Sunday 1

Shake off that hangover at Burly Q Revue burlesque and variety show with music by Johnny Zig and the Highlighters. 9 p.m., Double Down Saloon,

Toast the New Year with complimentary Champagne and a special herb-crusted prime rib roast with horseradish mashed potatoes and winter vegetables at Della’s Kitchen. 6 a.m.–2 p.m., $38,

Monday 2

The American Society of Scenic Railway Artists Annual Juried Show presents works in watercolor, ink, oil, pastel, acrylic and digital art from select nationwide artists. Explore how railroads connect us through time and across the country at the Springs Preserve. 9 a.m.–5 p.m., through Jan. 8, included with general admission ($5-$17),

Tuesday 3

The Broadway musical Fun Home opens at The Smith Center tonight. Based on the graphic memoir by award-winning writer and illustrator Alison Bechdel, Fun Home explores childhood memories through a grown-up lens. 7:30 p.m., $29–$127,

Wednesday 4

It’s National Spaghetti Day! Celebrate with Slice of Vegas’ bottomless spaghetti bowls with your choice of sauce: marinara, spicy marinara or basil pesto. No sharing! 11 a.m.–11 p.m., $5, in Mandalay Bay,

Thursday 5

Hayao Miyazaki’s Princess Mononoke hits theaters across the Valley today for its 20th anniversary. Immerse yourself in the stunning visuals and storytelling of this beloved anime film.

Friday 6

It’s Footloose Friday at Oddfellows. Bring your best move and love for ’80s music. 8 p.m.,

Saturday Night Live vets Jon Lovitz and Dana Carvey bring their sarcasm, improv and absurdity to The Foundry. 8:30 p.m., $49–$89, SLS Las Vegas,

Joe Walsh

Saturday 7

Known for hits such as “Clarity,” chart-topping spinner Zedd kicks off his residency at Omnia tonight. 10:30 p.m., $20–$30, Caesars Palace,

Comedian and actor Hannibal Buress of Comedy Central’s Broad City and The Eric Andre Show on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim drops into Fremont Country Club to serve up some laughs. 9 p.m., $31,

Sunday 8

It’s time for the all-ages installment of Downtown Las Vegas’ Coloring Club, this time without the cocktails. Kids and adults can meet inside the Arts Factory for free coloring supplies. Feel free to BYO coloring sheets. 11:30 a.m.–2 p.m., visit Downtown Las Vegas All Ages Coloring Club group page for event info

Monday 9

Did you know that Gold Spike has a Sugar Shack right in its backyard? The Traveler XL Tiny Home holds everything you need in 344 square feet, including beds, couches, a full kitchen and bathroom—plus a picket fence–enclosed yard. $250 per night midweek, $1,000 per night Fri and Sat,

Tuesday 10

Pancho’s Mexican Restaurant celebrates with $2.50 tacos for Taco Tuesday. 11 a.m.–9 p.m., Downtown Summerlin,

Wednesday 11

Joe Walsh brings his brilliant riffs to the House of Blues for six nights. Walk the “Rocky Mountain Way” with one of rock and roll’s finest guitarists. 7 p.m., $100–$390, Mandalay Bay,

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