Ben Harper of the Innocent Criminals. Photography by Danny Clinch

Get Ready for Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals, Sarah Silverman and More

What to do around the clock in Las Vegas this week.

THURSDAY 25

Spanning styles from blues and folk to reggae and rock, you never know what to expect with Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals, so put on your dancing shoes and get over to Brooklyn Bowl. 7:30 p.m., $45–$75, at The Linq Promenade, brooklynbowl.com/las-vegas

Hailing from Osaka, Japan, Shonen Knife brings its playful garage rock (case in point: “I Am a Cat”) to Beauty Bar. Local band Candy Warpop opens. 8 p.m., $15, 517  Fremont St., beautybarlv.com. Read more about Shonen Knife here. 

Get ready for Punk Rock Bowling with a late-night club show: the Sonics, the Mutants and Throw Rag play Fremont Country Club tonight. 9 p.m., $20, 601 Fremont St., punkrockbowling.com. Get amped for PRB by checking out our pre-coverage here

FRIDAY 26

Get a taste of a Hollywood-based comedian’s Life on the D-List when Kathy Griffin takes the mic at Terry Fator Theatre tonight. 10 p.m., $66–$88, inside The Mirage, mirage.com

George Wallace is no stranger to Las Vegas—he celebrated his 10th anniversary headlining at Flamingo in 2014. This weekend, he’s back for another round of stand-up at South Point Showroom. 7:30 p.m., $40–$50, inside South Point Hotel Casino & Spa, southpointcasino.com

After spending a decade rising in the underground ranks (and touring with Sky Ferreira), Fatal Jamz frontman Marion Belle is getting well-deserved attention with the release of his band’s new Coverboy LP. Check out the group tonight at The Griffin. 10 p.m., free, 511 Fremont St., facebook.com/fataljamz

In addition to singing bilingually, Jessica Fichot plays accordion and piano with backing from a clarinet, saxophone, upright bass and guitar. Catch her performance, featuring everything from French chanson and 1940s Shanghai jazz to swing and international folk, at Winchester Cultural Center. 7 p.m., $15–$18, 3130 McLeod Dr., clarkcountynv.gov

SATURDAY 27

Since its first installment in 2009, the We Heart Maggie Golf Tournament has raised more than $675,000 for the Children’s Heart Foundation. In store this year is a silent auction, raffles and activities for the kids, with 100 percent of proceeds going to benefit the foundation. Help children living with heart conditions receive the support they need to live full, happy lives. 11 a.m., sponsorships and donations vary, Revere Golf Club, 2600 Hampton Rd., weheartmaggie.com

You better run faster than a bullet to get a good spot for Foster the People at The Chelsea. 8 p.m., $20–$60, inside The Cosmopolitan, cosmopolitanlasvegas.com

For the Las Vegas Philharmonic’s season finale, Donato Cabrera conducts pieces by Mozart and Richard Strauss, saving Anton Bruckner’s Symphony No. 6 for the grand finale. 7:30 p.m., $30–$109, Reynolds Hall at The Smith Center, thesmithcenter.com

The Voodoo Cowboys bring hard-drivin’ country music to MonteLago Village at Lake Las Vegas. 7–10 p.m., 30 Strada Di Villaggio, lakelasvegas.com

Lee Canyon opens its doors for the season’s longer days with scenic chairlift rides, its 18-hole disc golf course, hiking, a miniskateboard ramp and patio games. 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Fri.–Sun., ticket prices vary, 6725 Lee Canyon Rd., leecanyonlv.com

Nevada Conservatory Theater puts on Clowntown: A Musical, in which one clown returns to the city to find a lost love and solve a murder. 2 p.m., $30, Judy Bayley Theatre at UNLV, unlv.edu

At Karma Night With the Women of The Bachelor—a fundraiser for Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth and Lwala Community Alliance—attendees can enjoy a silent auction and enter the raffle for a chance to have dinner and drinks with the reality show’s contestants. 6:30 p.m. (VIP early entry with Champagne at 5:30 p.m.), $55–$85, Foundation Room inside Mandalay Bay, houseofblues.com/lasvegas

SUNDAY 28

Learn about local crime and self-defense at a Community Safety Forum presented by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department and The Mob Museum. Would free admission to the museum afterward pique your interest? 2–3 p.m., free, The Mob Museum, 300 Stewart Ave., themobmuseum.org

Today at Brightside Breakfast & Burgers, say the magic words “National Burger Day” to get 20 percent off any burger on the menu, served on soft Hawaiian brioche with freshly ground Angus beef. Try the Anytime burger topped with a fried egg, bacon and cheddar cheese. 7 a.m.–midnight Sun.–Thurs., 7 a.m.–2 a.m. Fri.–Sat., $7–$9, inside Plaza Hotel & Casino, plazahotelcasino.com

Medellín-born Latin superstar J Balvin, whose style is influenced by reggaeton and urban music, plays Mandalay Bay’s Concerts on the Beach series. 9 p.m., $46, Mandalay Bay Beach, mandalaybay.com

The Hip Priests come all the way from Nottingham, England, to put on an outrageous punk show for you, with support from West Coast bands Jonny Manak and the Depressives and Midnight Staggers. 11 a.m., free, Beauty Bar, 571 Fremont St., beautybarlv.com

MONDAY 29

Renowned henna artist and healer Renu Lal Henna offers Prayers You Can Wear—in which she adorns your skin with sacred symbols that, according to the tradition of Mehndi, the art of henna, connect you with the divine. 11 a.m.–6 p.m., designs start at $20, Enchanted Forest Reiki Center, Spiritual Items ’n’ More, 2280 S. Jones Blvd., facebook.com/enchantedforestreiki

Sarah Silverman

TUESDAY 30

Those already in love with David Sedaris’ personal essays found in best-sellers such as Let’s Explore Diabetes With Owls will not be able to resist reading Theft by Finding: Diaries (1977–2002), featuring excerpts from the renowned humorist’s personal journals. $28, Little, Brown and Company, publishersweekly.com

Lately, Sarah Silverman’s comedy has been all about making fun of our nation’s reality–star–turned–President. See her latest stand-up special, Sarah Silverman: A Speck of Dust, on Netflix today. netflix.com

Flock to Techno Taco Tuesday for good people, good music (provided by special guest Hector Couto) and, most importantly, good tacos and beer. 9 p.m.–3 a.m., Tacos & Beer, 3900 Paradise Rd., facebook.com/technotacotuesdaylv

WEDNESDAY 31

BJ Barham of alternative-country outfit American Aquarium plays a solo show tonight at Beauty Bar. Listen to the artist’s acoustic performance of “Northern Lights” to prime yourself for his heartfelt lyrics and vocals. 8 p.m., $15, 517 Fremont St., beautybarlv.com

Not ready to read your fan fiction in daylight? The Writer’s Block offers a Nighttime Writers’ Group for authors to prepare their work. 6 p.m., 1020 Fremont St., facebook.com/thewritersblocklv

Looking for more stuff to do? Go to vegasseven.com/calendar.

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