21 Things to Do In Las Vegas This Weekend After Dark

Before we get into it, let’s circle back to that Super Bowl halftime show and talk about all the work Las Vegas will need to put in to top that spectacle. It’s a tall order. Fortunately, we happen to live in the only city that could possibly one-up what just went down at SoFi Stadium.

Do you doubt it? We throw a halftime show every night in this town, and we got the receipts to prove it. So for anyone drafting their ultimate Allegiant Stadium halftime show in their heads right now, just take a gander at what’s on the calendar this week if you need some inspiration. 

Thursday, February 17

GET DOWN. Progressive rockers Coheed and Cambria bring “The Great Destroyer” tour to Brooklyn Bowl at Linq Promenade, with Sheer Mag set to open the festivities. 7 p.m., $33, brooklynbowl.com

The long-awaited TAO Nightclub Sneaker Formal has finally arrived. Put on your finest footwear, and make sure you’re comfortable enough to get down to the sounds of Justin Credible. 10:30 p.m., $20-$30, tickets.taogroup.com

Friday, February 18

CHEER. Your Vegas Golden Knights are back on the ice, taking on the L.A. Kings in a rescheduled game at T-Mobile Arena. The Kings have played above their “punching bag” status so far this season, but, you know, it’s Knight Time. 7 p.m., t-mobilearena.com

GET DOWN. If you love dressing like it’s the 19th century, this is your weekend. First, Shania Twain keeps her “Let’s Go” residency, um, going at Planet Hollywood’s Zappos Theater. She’ll play Friday, and Saturday night. 8 p.m., $63+, ticketmaster.com

And over at Resorts World Las Vegas, Luke Bryan is back for the weekend. The country superstar will perform Friday and Saturday, too. 8 p.m., $78+, rwlasvegas.com

Did Andrea Bocelli forget Valentine’s Day was Monday? He’ll have to explain himself when his annual In Concert for Valentine’s show arrives at MGM Grand Garden Arena. 8 p.m., $83+, mgmgrand.mgmresorts.com

Meanwhile, Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Chicago have returned to The Venetian Theatre, where they will stage their residency Friday and Saturday night. 8 p.m., $49.95, venetianlasvegas.com

What’s this? Jadakiss is playing Drai’s Nightclub?!? Knock yourself out, fans. 10:30 p.m., $40-$60, draisgroup.com

KEEP ON DANCING. Benny Benassi headlines The Cosmopolitan’s Marquee Nightclub as the resort kicks off its President’s Day Weekend festivities. George Washington would have loved house music. 10:30 p.m., $20-$30, tickets.taogroup.com

It’s been a minute since we heard from Carnage, let’s give him a warm welcome when he steps behind the decks at Wynn’s XS Nightclub. 10:30 p.m., $35-$65, wynnsocial.com

EXPERIENCE. Though temperatures have been in the 60s and 70s lately, we can still pretend its winter and get cozy in an igloo at Resorts World. Zouk Group will host “Rose Rooftop” fun Friday and Saturday night. zoukgrouplv.com

Saturday, February 19

CHEER. It’s pageant weekend at South Point Showroom, and they’ll crown Mr. and Mrs. United States of America on Saturday night. 6 p.m., $99, southpointcasino.com

GET DOWN. Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators bring The River Is Rising Tour to Virgin Hotels Las Vegas, with Dead Sara set to open the show. 8 p.m., $35, axs.com

Garden City punks Koffin Kats are downtown at Backstage Bar and Billiards, and they’re bringing Reckless Ones, Dead At Midnite, and No Que No! along for the ride. 8 p.m., $13, backstagebarlv.com 

KEEP ON DANCING. Enjoy a cup of Black Coffee at MGM Grand’s Hakkasan Nightclub. 10:30 p.m., $20-$30, events.taogroup.com

ICYMI, the lights are back on at Mandalay Bay’s The Light nightclub, and Iggy Azalea is stopping by to perform for the returning crowds. 10:30 p.m., $20-$30, thelightvegas.com 

Tiësto takes another turn in the DJ booth at Zouk Nightclub. 10:30 p.m., $50-$75, zoukgrouplv.com

T.I., also known as TIP, will bring em out for another residency concert at Drai’s Nightclub. 10:30 p.m., $40-$60, draisgroup.com

And fresh off entertaining the Super Bowl crowds in L.A., Wynn Nightlife headliners The Chainsmokers will be back at XS Nightclub. 10:30 p.m., $65-$85, wynnsocial.com

Sunday, February 20

GET DOWN. Are you ready to stay up on Sunday night for Justin Bieber? You won’t be alone, expect a packed house when the singer brings his Justice World Tour to T-Mobile Arena, with JADEN, Eddie Benjamin, and ¿TÉO? also on the bill. 7:30 p.m., $94+, t-mobilearena.com

KEEP ON DANCING. And if you’ve still got enough energy after the Beebs, you can get into the Night Circus at Marquee Nightclub. DJ Spider headlines the evening’s show. 10:30 p.m., $20-$30, tickets.taogroup.com

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