Netflix’s First They Killed My Father

Sip + Savor at The Mob Museum, E.T. Phones Home to Theaters and More

What to do around the clock in Las Vegas.


Watch two of the most legendary Mexican pop/rock musicians, Gloria Trevi and Alejandra Guzmán, hash out their longtime rivalry onstage at The Colosseum. 8 p.m., tickets start at $61, at Caesars Palace,

Double Down Saloon hosts another TV Party, this time featuring The Filth and the Fury, Julien Temple’s documentary about the rise and fall of the Sex Pistols. The event is complete with video mashups, music from DJ Atomic and DJ Fish and free popcorn. 9 p.m., 4640 Paradise Rd.,

Time to stretch! Yoga instructor Dray Gardner hosts Silent Savasana poolside at Green Valley Ranch Resort. Don’t forget that yoga mat! 7 p.m., 2300 Paseo Verde Pkwy.,

Lil Yachty gives an all-ages show at Brooklyn Bowl. Bonus: Your ticket purchase includes one physical
CD of LY’s forthcoming album, Teenage Emotions. 7 p.m., tickets start at $35, at The Linq Promenade,


Ballet Folklorico de Martha Luévanos performs colorful Mexican dances at Winchester Cultural Center. 6 p.m., $7, 3130 McLeod Dr.,

Michelle Johnson performs the songs of Carole King in Tapestry Unraveled. 8 p.m., $22–$40, Cabaret Jazz at The Smith Center,

Thee Swank Bastards, the Psyatics, the Quitters, the Negative Nancys, the All-Togethers, Wolfhounds and Gold Top Bob join forces for a bartender’s benefit at Double Down Saloon. 10 p.m., 4640 Paradise Rd.,

Weird West is this month’s theme of the Sci Fi Center’s monthly B-Movie Burlesque series. Catch top-notch performances by Cinder Sparx, Lady Lilith, Sweetie Bird and more. 8 p.m., $10, 5077 Arville St.,

Beauty Bar has you covered for rock from the ’60s through the ’80s with Tribute Night: the Doors vs. the Smiths. 8 p.m., $10, 517 Fremont St.,

Netflix adds a few selections worthy of viewing, including the streaming service’s original film First They Killed My Father and the fascinating documentary Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World.

Enrique Iglesias


The Mob Museum’s Sip + Savor hosts blind tastings of four speakeasy favorites: whiskey, gin, rum and moonshine. Learn about the history of Prohibition, how spirits are made and how to tell them apart.
2–5 p.m., $5 in addition to $21 adult museum admission, 300 Stewart Ave.,

Enjoy An Afternoon of Classic Lily Tomlin as the seven-time Emmy winner takes the stage at Reynolds Hall for some stories and, of course, a whole lot of laughter. Read our interview with the star at p.m., $29–$85, at The Smith Center,

Rock out to Sammy Hagar and Guns ‘N Roses tributes Three Lock Box and Lose Your Illusion at Count’s Vamp’d Rock Bar & Grill. 9:30 p.m., 6750 W. Sahara Ave.,

It’s Mexican Independence Day weekend, which means Latin music stars are invading Las Vegas. Catch Enrique Iglesias at The Colosseum tonight. 8 p.m., tickets start at $50, at Caesars Palace,

South African singer-songwriter, guitarist and crowd-pleaser Jonathan Butler performs at the Foundry.
8 p.m., tickets start at $40, inside SLS Las Vegas,


Consider yourself a fan of Little Girl Blue? Don’t miss Carolyn Walden Celebrates Nina Simone at The Smith Center’s Cabaret Jazz. 2 p.m., tickets start at $25,

E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial phones home at six theaters in the Valley for the film’s 35th anniversary. 2 p.m. and 7 p.m., ticket prices and theaters vary,


Professor George William Van Cleve discusses the tumultuous road to the U.S. Constitution at this year’s installment of UNLV’s Constitution Day Public Lecture. 7 p.m., Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art at UNLV,

Lift those Monday spirits during The Bunkhouse Saloon’s Monday Night Karaoke. 10 p.m., 124 S. 11th St.,


Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire dance their way through a glossy art deco fantasy to the tunes of Irving Berlin in Top Hat. Catch the classic film today at the Clark County Library. 1 p.m., 1401 E. Flamingo Rd.,

Take in the experiences of one of the youngest White House speechwriters (and President Barack Obama’s go-to comedy writer), David Litt, in Thanks, Obama: My Hopey, Changey White House Years. The book hits shelves today. $28,

Do you have any friends or relatives who might not be able to call for help if they were to fall? Bring them to Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health for free balance and memory screenings in recognition of National Fall Prevention Day. The event also features discussions on exercise and diet changes for healthy aging. 1–4 p.m., 888 W. Bonneville Ave., registration required, walk-ins not accepted,

PUB 365 hosts Able Baker Brewing during its Meet the Brewer Happy Hour. Enjoy the local brewing operation’s Atomic Duck IPA, priced at $3.65 today. 6 p.m, inside Tuscany Suites & Casino,


See the experimental collaboration and power of musical bonds at the Magpie Salute’s performance at Brooklyn Bowl. 7 p.m., tickets start at $28, at The Linq Promenade,

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