Glass Pools. Photo by Krystal Ramirez

A Mardi Gras Takeover, Glass Pools at Bunkhouse

Thursday 23

HEAR: Don’t stow away those pink pussy hats yet—the Women’s March on Washington was only the beginning. Rock yours at the Bunkhouse Saloon tonight, when a handful of local bands—including Glass Pools and Thee Swank Bastards—unite for a show benefiting Nevada’s chapter of the National Organization for Women. 8 p.m., $5, 124 S. 11th St.,

DANCE: Intrigue gets trap-tastic with beatmeister Flosstradamus tonight, with DJ Politik holding it down in the nightspot’s Living Room. 10:30 p.m., $20–$30, inside Wynn,

EXPERIENCE: Break out your bathrobe and Birkenstocks for Brooklyn Bowl’s Big LeBOWLski screening and bowling tournament, which features a costume contest and $5 White Russians. Just make sure Jackie Treehorn isn’t mixing those cocktails for you … 9:30 p.m., $99, at The Linq Promenade,

Gerard Hennin


Friday 24

HEAR: Bask in the nostalgia of the early aughts at Bunkhouse tonight, where emo rockers Hawthorne Heights take the stage. Maybe forgo the skinny jeans and guyliner this time around … 9 p.m., $15–$20, 124 S. 11th St.,

DANCE: “Party Till The Daylight” on the dance floor at Omnia, with beats supplied by Dutch DJ sensation Hardwell. 10:30 p.m., $30–$50, inside Caesars Palace,

TASTE: Henderson’s CraftHaus Brewery is putting on a fiesta to celebrate the tapping of its Amigo brew, a Mexican imperial stout version of its Comrade beer made with Mexican vanilla and chillies. Did we mention there will be churros? 2 p.m.–midnight, 7350 Eastgate Rd.,

EXPERIENCE: If you were a fan of Just Shoot Me! and Everybody Loves Raymond in the ’90s, the comedy pairing of your dreams takes The Mirage spotlight tonight. Catch David Spade and Ray Romano in the next installment of the hotel’s Aces of Comedy series. 10 p.m., $87–$120,

Saturday 25

HEAR: It looks like Bon Jovi’s tour stop at T-Mobile Arena will be chock-full of fan favorites, as “It’s My Life,” “Wanted Dead or Alive” and “Livin’ on a Prayer” have made the set list at the veteran rocker’s past few shows. By reading this you’re, um, halfway there … 8 p.m., $37–$383,

DANCE: Have a totally awesome night at Artifice during its ’80s Retro Revival dance party, when the Downtown bar plays new wave, post-punk, pop and more from the beloved era. 9 p.m., 1025 1st St.,

Shelly Wal

Bon Jovi

Sunday 26

DANCE: Borgeous takes Hakkasan “Over the Edge” tonight with another installment of his residency. Check out that track, which features former Las Vegan Dia Frampton, before seeing the house DJ/producer drop it live. 10:30 p.m., $20-$30, inside MGM Grand,

Monday 27

HEAR: Find out how hard Satanists play—and party—at Backstage Bar & Billiards tonight, when Finnish black metal band Archgoat takes the stage. Prepare yourself with a playlist—may we suggest its collab album with Satanic Warmaster, Lux Satanae: Thirteen Hymns of Finnish Devil Worship? 8 p.m., $15-$20, 601 Fremont St.,

DANCE: It’s a trap-heavy week at Wynn/Encore as RL Grime keeps the electro/hip-hop fusion alive at XS tonight. 10 p.m., $20-$30, inside Encore,

Tuesday 28

TASTE: Happy Fat Tuesday! The Big Easy might be hundreds of miles away, but Boulder Dam Brewing Co. is doing Mardi Gras some serious justice with an Abita Brewing tap takeover. What better way to celebrate than by toasting with a Louisiana brew? 6 p.m., 453 Nevada Way, Boulder City,

Wednesday 1

EXPERIENCE: Time to study up, hop heads! DVR a week’s worth of Jeopardy!, then head down to Tenaya Creek Brewery for another installment of its weekly Pub Quiz night. The beer might not help your mental health, but it’ll definitely taste damn good! 7:30 p.m., 831 W. Bonanza Rd.,