Adam Ant Plays Brooklyn Bowl, Finding Neverland Enchants The Smith Center

Adam Ant

Thursday 9

HEAR: Indie label InVogue Records brings its Unplugged Tour to Beauty Bar tonight, with JT Woodruff of Hawthorne Heights headlining, going solo with a familiar yet decidedly stripped-down sound. Concertgoers will also feed their ears with pop-punk delights In Her Own Words, the dreamy and emotive sounds of Woven in Hiatus and the pacifying pulse of Hazing. 8 p.m., $10, 517 Fremont St.,

DANCE: Turn it on, turn it up, Cash Cash is your radio at Hakkasan tonight. Sure, you’ve heard “Millionaire” featuring Nelly, but do yourself a favor and check out Cash Cash’s track with Michael Fitzpatrick of Fitz and the Tantrums, “Broken Drum”—and hope the EDM trio drops it live. 10:30 p.m., $20–$30, inside MGM Grand,

EXPERIENCE: Double Down Saloon and punk rock go together like liberty spikes and Sharpied-up Converse. It’s no surprise that the gritty dive is airing The Decline of Western Civilization, a documentary focused on the late ’70s/early ’80s punk-rock scene in L.A. Free popcorn, live performances by The Pluralses and punk DJ/VJ sets complete the screening, but fuck popcorn! Get a beer, asshole. 9 p.m., 4640 Paradise Rd.,

Friday 10

HEAR: Adam Ant plays Brooklyn Bowl, performing favorites from his time fronting post-punk outfit Adam and the Ants and the glammed-up New Wave solo tracks for which he’s beloved. 8 p.m., $29.50–$130, at The Linq Promenade,

DANCE: French EDM DJ/producer DJ Snake had dance floors burning up in 2016, and complemented it with chart-toppers such as “Let Me Love You” (featuring Justin Bieber) and “Middle” (featuring Bipolar Sunshine). The beat slinger stops by XS tonight. 10 p.m., $20–$30, inside Encore,

TASTE: Bad Beat Brewing taps its new Sticke Altbier tonight. Get a taste of the suds and take home a six-pack, available only at the Henderson taproom. 2 p.m.–midnight, 7380 Eastgate Rd., Suite 110,

JT Woodruff

Saturday 11

HEAR: Hip-hop heads looking for “The Fix” Saturday night should beeline to Drai’s Nightclub tonight, as Nelly takes its spotlight to spit some rhymes and make it, well, you know … “Hot in Herre.” 10:30 p.m., $30–$50, inside The Cromwell,

DANCE: Omnia is going to be “Off the Hook” tonight, when Dutch DJ/producer Armin van Buuren mesmerizes the crowd with his trance-tastic beats. 10:30 p.m., $20–$30, inside Caesars Palace,

TASTE: We should constantly be celebrating the bevy of amazing brews our city’s brewery crop is putting out there, but Downtown’s Hop Nuts Brewing celebrates two times around the sun at its Two-Year Anniversary Party tonight. Raise a pint of its new triple IPA for the occasion. Noon–3 a.m., 1120 S. Main St.,

EXPERIENCE: Looking for a hot spot to watch Holly Holm face off against Germaine de Randamie? Look no further—Beer Park has you covered with its UFC 208 watch party. 7–10 p.m., $27.49, at Paris Las Vegas,

Sunday 12

DANCE: Up-and-coming EDM beatmeister NGHTMRE lands at Hakkasan tonight. Blending everything from trap to moombahton, you never know what you’re going to get from the artist. Solve the mystery Sunday night. 10:30 p.m., $20–$30, inside MGM Grand,

Monday 13

DANCE: Get “Hung Up” in the moment at Marquee, with progressive house duo Tritonal behind the booth for another installment of its Painting With Dreams residency. 10:30 p.m., $23–$33, inside The Cosmopolitan,

EXPERIENCE: Maybe you made the audience laugh during your last round of karaoke—we’ve all been there. But have you tried putting a crowd of strangers in stitches with your pure wit? Attempt just that at Hard Hat Lounge’s Open Mic Comedy Night. 9–10 p.m., 1675 Industrial Rd.,

Finding Neverland

Tuesday 14

HEAR: Go “Into the Deep” with New Orleans–based jam band Galactic at Brooklyn Bowl. Now, if only Macy Gray were in town to provide her pipes on that one … 7 p.m., $22, at The Linq Promenade,

DANCE: Jump into a time machine to the days when tossing your shoes aside for a gymnasium get-down was the hip thing to do. Bunkhouse Saloon puts on a Valentine’s Sock Hop for the holiday, complete with local acts putting spins on sonic favorites from the ’50s and ’60s. 9 p.m., $10, 124 S. 11th St.,

Wednesday 15

EXPERIENCE: Travel to the magical land of Peter Pan at The Smith Center—no pixie dust necessary. Finding Neverland, the Broadway musical focused on playwright J.M. Barrie’s journey to creating the seminal children’s classic, hits the Reynolds Hall stage tonight. 7:30 p.m., $29–$127,