Muhammad Ali

Zedd Pumps Up Omnia, Bellagio’s Muhammad Ali Exhibit Highlights the Athlete’s Legacy

Thursday 30

DANCE: Kick the weekend off a little early by bouncing around to Chuckie’s trap-infused dancehall beats at Intrigue, where DJ Politik will also be holding court in the club’s Living Room. 10:30 p.m., $20–$30, inside Wynn, intriguevegas.com

TASTE: Atomic Liquors is putting on a Stone Brewing IPA Madness tap takeover, featuring the San Diego-based brewery’s Doublicious and Enjoy By 4.20.17 varieties. Hit up your favorite thrift store to score a pair of bell bottoms and a Grateful Dead shirt for this one, because the oldest freestanding bar in town is taking it back with a 1970s theme. 6 p.m., 917 Fremont St., atomic.vegas

EXPERIENCE: Encounter the underground movement that is Soft Leather. The self-described “pansexual dance-to-sweat” event came to Las Vegas in fall 2016 at Oddfellows, where it returns tonight. Like its slogan says, “come tight, leave loose.” 10:30 p.m., RSVP required, 150 Las Vegas Blvd. North, softleatherclub.com

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Friday 31

HEAR: Locash has been tearing up the country-music charts with hits such as “I Know Somebody.” Catch them at House of Blues. 6 p.m., $19, inside Mandalay Bay, houseofblues.com/lasvegas

TASTE: East meets west with UNLVino’s Sake Fever bash, bringing together a selection of sakes and a showcase of Las Vegas mixology. Sip and sample while noshing on Japanese and American cuisine at Red Rock Casino, Resort and Spa. 7 p.m., $75–$100, unlvino.com

EXPERIENCE: See the world through the eyes of artist Pete Castro in his Graffiti Toys exhibit at the Gallery of Music & Art, where Castro himself will be tonight.
6 p.m., inside The Forum Shops, gma-lv.com

DANCE: Zedd is taking over the booth at Omnia, and he always comes to slay. Give his latest single, “Stay,” featuring on-the-rise pop songstress Alessia Cara, a spin before hearing the track at the Strip-side nightspot. 10:30 p.m., $20–$30, inside Caesars Palace, omnianightclub.com

Saturday 1

HEAR: Get a glimpse of some of Nashville’s hottest before they take over Sunday’s Academy of Country Music Awards broadcast. Kelsea Ballerini, Lady Antebellum, Brett Young and more will be performing during ACM Party for a Cause at The Joint. 4 p.m., $45–$104, inside Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, hardrockhotel.com

DANCE: Hit the dance floor at Drai’s tonight after taking in scenic Strip views and a performance by Limp Bizkit with Method Man. 10:30 p.m., $30–$50, at The Cromwell, draisnightlife.com

TASTE: It’s time to dig out those fancy duds—the UNLVino Grand Tasting is back at Paris Las Vegas. There will be tons of food, tons of wine and it benefits UNLV’s hospitality programs. Taking a “sip for scholarship” sounds pretty good, doesn’t it? 7 p.m., $100–$125, unlvino.com

EXPERIENCE: Did anyone else feel that earthquake on the Strip? No, but there is a rumble coming from The Chelsea: Golden Boy Boxing: Orozco vs. Gibson is going down. 4 p.m., $20–$69, inside The Cosmopolitan, cosmopolitanlasvegas.com

Sunday 2

DANCE: You’ve heard him on the radio, now take those car moves to the club and hear him spin in person at SunDrai’s with DJ Franzen at Drai’s. 10:30 p.m., $20–$30, at The Cromwell, draisnightlife.com

Muhammad Ali

Monday 3

EXPERIENCE: The I Am The Greatest: Muhammad Ali art exhibit at Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art shares rare photos, footage and insight into the life of one of the best athletes of all time. 10 a.m.–8 p.m., $16–$18, inside Bellagio, bellagio.com

DANCE: DJ Mustard has been busy collaborating with some of hip-hop’s finest, recording tracks with artists such as Nicki Minaj, Jeremih and Travis Scott. He brings the beats to Marquee tonight. 10:30 p.m., $23–$32, inside The Cosmopolitan, marqueelasvegas.com

Tuesday 4

EXPERIENCE: Venues around the country are screening Nineteen Eighty-Four today to honor the recent passing of its star, John Hurt, and to commemorate a special day featured in the award-winning flick based on George Orwell’s literary classic, 1984. Watch it at The Sci Fi Center. 6 and 8 p.m., $8, 5077 Arville St., thescificenter.com

Wednesday 5

HEAR: The wait is over! It’s time to shake those hips like it’s 1999 and you’re wearing an all-white outfit in Miami—and no one will look twice. Starting tonight, Ricky Martin is “Livin’ la Vida Loca” in Las Vegas, as the Puerto Rican superstar kicks off his residency at Park Theater. 8 p.m., $55–$185, inside Monte Carlo, theparkvegas.com 

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