Here’s a list of 13 things to do this week in the Las Vegas Valley from July 16-22, 2021:
1. Magician Mat Franco is back on stage at the LINQ Hotel-Casino. His show is called “Magic Reinvented Nightly” and features fast-paced interactive acts of magic with clever twists on classic tricks and all-new creations. Every evening except Wednesday.
2. The Las Vegas Airmen welcome the El Paso Chihuahuas to a six-game homestead from July 15-20. A $ 2 beer night will take place on July 15th. Clear tote bags will be given out on July 16 and Aviators socks will be available on July 17 for the first 2,000 fans.
3. The National atomic testing museum celebrates Atomic Veterans Day on July 16 from 12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. Special artist proofs on display include “Civil Cold Warriors” and “Unintended Consequences”. Both pieces were produced by Victoria Moore. Atomic Veterans Day is celebrated on the 76th anniversary of the Trinity Test Explosion. The National Atomic Testing Museum (NATM) is a national institution of science, history, and education that tells the story of the U.S. nuclear weapons testing program at the Nevada test site.
4. After more than a year of empty stages and postponed shows, the Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas on The LINQ Walk is Back. It’s Taylor Swift Night on July 16 and Emo Night with Metro Station’s Mason Musso on July 17. They will also serve their famous fried chicken and bowling alleys will be available. Both evenings are open to everyone from the age of 18. Tickets cost $ 10.
5. Netflix promotes “Heist” on Fremont Street from 2 p.m. to 1 a.m. from July 16 to 18. Visitors will have the chance to get a glimpse of one of Las Vegas’ most famous heists. Visitors will be able to contemplate the equivalent of $ 3.1 million, see how heavy a bag of money is, and take photos inside a real armored truck and getaway vehicle used in 1993. The trailer for the series will air on Viva Vision.
6. Las Vegas based punk band Happy campers will celebrate 25 years of punk rock music making on July 16 at Backstage Bar & Billiards. Current and past members will be on stage celebrating this milestone with other local bands Franks & Deans, Battering Ham and BLVD Bullies. Punk rockers can start moving and grooving when the doors open at 8 p.m. and tickets are only $ 10 up front or $ 15 on the day of the show.
7. The Summer concert series at 2 p.m. on July 17 at the Clark County Library will present The Souvenairs. The four-piece group will perform classics from the Great American songbook. From hot tempo swing to jazz ballads and beyond, the group offers a diverse musical program for all audiences. Free entrance.
8. “27 – The Musical Adventure” at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas is extending a special ticket offer of just $ 27 plus taxes and fees for Nevada residents. The show is a tribute to rock’n’roll legends. It is narrated by actor and television personality John O’Hurley. In addition, a performance in the morning on Sunday at 3 pm has been added from this weekend.
9. “Divorce diaries” starring New Jersey native Michele Traina will premiere one night only on July 20 at The Space. Divorced, married or single – anyone can relate to finding humor in life’s great mishaps. Tickets for the Ultimate Divorce Comedy and Party are priced at $ 25 (excluding applicable fees) and are available online at www.thespacelv.com.
ten. Mi Amor Art is hosting its 2nd Adult Painting Night with local artist Chani Friedman from The Paintery on July 22. The interactive meeting for parents and friends will begin at 8 p.m. There will be a canvas and painting supplies for each painter as Chani teaches the class how to paint. Light refreshments will also be available during the event. $ 45 per ticket.
11. There is still time to see the art installation “The Meerkat Encounter” in partnership with the collective of intentional artists Cracking Art. The Las Vegas Fashion Show traveling art exhibit features 30 larger meerkats in different colors, making it a unique photo opportunity. The exhibition ends July 28.
12. The Winchester Dondero Cultural Center presents a new photo exhibition that explores cultural identity titled “Find Your Folk Life: We Are the People All of Us”. Organized by the Nevada Arts Council’s Folklife Program, the exhibit illustrates the vitality of Nevada’s popular life, folk arts, and folk communities. The exhibit, which runs until August 27, can be viewed in the central Hallway Gallery, near the corner of Desert Inn Road and Mcleod Drive.
13. 4th annual Christmas at the Portnoy gallery in July benefiting the Tyler Robinson Foundation runs from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on July 25. Art lovers and TRF supporters are invited to mingle and mingle, enjoy libations and an event full of fun and prizes. Part of the profits will be donated to the foundation. which serves the pediatric cancer community. Tickets start at $ 25.
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