Pauly Shore, Rolling Stones and More Vegas Happenings This Weekend

Dance, laugh and party at these elevated events in Las Vegas this weekend

It only happens once a year, so let’s all vow to make the most of that extra hour this weekend for Daylight Savings Time. From Pauly Shore to Flo Rida, here’s a guide to exciting events happening this weekend in Las Vegas.


DANCE: Your boss won’t mind you showing up Friday lookin like Jesse Camp if you’ve been partying all night with DJ Snake at Zouk Nightclub. 10:30 p.m., $30-$50,


GET SOME: Tickets to Lionel Richie’s 2022 shows at Encore Theater go on sale November 5, so if you want to be running in the night with the GOAT, get ready. 8 p.m., Preview

EXPERIENCE: Famed “Long Island Medium” (which sounds like the name of a drink or some kind of code for drugs) Theresa Caputo will be doing her spiritual thing at The Orleans tonight and tomorrow. 7:30 p.m., Preview

LAUGH: It’s a big, big night at Downtown Grand because the Weasel himself, Mr. Pauly Shore, is playing Delirious Comedy Club. Can you get in free if we know all the lyrics to “Lisa, Lisa (the One I Adore)?” Asking for a friend. Okay, asking for me. 10 p.m., $69.95,

HEAR: The legend Carlos Santana is back at House of Blues for “An Intimate Evening with Santana Greatest Hits Live.” 7 p.m., $99.50-$180,

OR, if you’re down with the country music, wear your cowboy costume to see Old Dominion play the first of back-to-back weekend shows at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. 7 p.m., $35,

Drai’s Nightclub’s November hip-hop concert series kicks off with the baddest, 2 Chainz, taking the stage. 10:30 p.m., $40-$60,


WATCH: The beatin’ of the week is going down at MGM Grand Garden Arena on Saturday. Where will you be sitting for Canelo vs. Plant? (Doors at 3:10 p.m., BTW, there will be a closed circuit telecast of the fight at Dolby Live at Park MGM. 6 p.m., $125,

GET DOWN: If you’ve been longing to see frequent Las Vegas club headliner RÜFÜS DU SOL do their own show, make your way to Downtown Las Vegas Events Center. Flight Facilities is tapped for the opener. 7:30 p.m., $69.50,

HEAR: At last, the long wait for the Rolling Stones is over, as the band brings their “No Filter” tour to Allegiant Stadium. (8 p.m., Preview) If you really want to make the night memorable, try to score a seat at Wynn Field Club. $250,

OR Johnny Mathis playing The Smith Center for the Performing Arts might be the biggest thing happening this week. That’s not for us to say, that’s for you to say. Chances are you’ll be greatly disappointed if you miss the singer’s 65 Years of Romance show. 7:30 p.m., $39-$175,

OR is the biggest party of the weekend going down over at Brooklyn Bowl? That’s where the legends Ghostface Killah, Raekwon the Chef, and “The Genius” GZA unite for another round of the 3 Chambers Tour. 8 p.m., $37.50-$463.31, 

Meanwhile, down on Fremont Street, George Thorogood and the Destroyers are playing a free concert under the canopy. Don’t miss “Bad to the Bone” and the all other songs that we totally swear we know the names of. 9 p.m.,

And Kevin Costner does music. If that is brand new information and you’re curious go check out Kevin Costner and Modern West: Tales from Yellowstone Tour at Sunset Station Amphitheater. 8 p.m., $50-$60,

Image Courtesy of Sunset Station’s Instagram


SWIM: Take one last dip for the season at Encore Beach Club. DJ Dash will go behind the decks and even if it’s cool outside, the water’s still warm. 11 a.m., $30-$50,

DANCE: If you saved up that extra hour of sleep, there’s no better way to use it than on the dance floor for DESEO: Latin Sundays at OMNIA Nightclub. 10:30 p.m., $20-$30,

OR, make your way to The Cosmopolitan’s Marquee Nightclub for The Greatest Show on Earth party starring – oh hell yes – Flo Rida. 10 p.m., $20-$30,

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