Thursday, November 25

Holiday Cactus Garden Lights

MISC: HOLIDAY CACTUS GARDEN LIGHTS Thru 1/2, 5-10 p.m., Ethel M Chocolates, ethelm.com.

MISC: TOURNAMENT OF KINGS: ’TWAS THE KNIGHT Of all the Strip shows that transform for the holidays, this epic battle of knights and wizards at Excalibur is the most obvious family-friendly option.

Tournament of Kings shifted into its ’Twas the Knight edition on November 24 and continues through December 27 with some spectacular seasonal touches like Merlin summoning snowfall in the equestrian arena, holiday-inspired music and costumes and more.

New vignettes for the show include a choreographed ribbon dance and a rider on an Andalusian stallion. And that famous Cornish game hen dinner is made complete with roasted winter squash, corn on the cob, a soft roll and a pumpkin pie tartlet.

Monday & Friday, 5:30 p.m.; Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday & Sunday, 5:30 & 8 p.m.; $52+; mgmresorts.com/excalibur. –Brock Radke

SPORTS: LAS Vegas INVITATIONAL & CLASSIC MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL 10:30 a.m., & 11/26, 12:30 p.m., Orleans Arena, ticketmaster.com.

PARTY: JEFF RETRO 10:30 p.m., Hakkasan Nightclub, hakkasangroup.com.

ARTS: THE SANDMAN Thru 11/28, 8 p.m., Majestic Repertory Theatre, majesticrepertory.com.

PARTY: DJ QUE 9 p.m., the Dorsey, venetianlasvegas.com.

PARTY: LONELY ORPHANS THANKSGIVING DINNER 4 p.m., the Phoenix, thephoenixlv.com.

ARTS: A CHRISTMAS CAROL 7:30 p.m., & 11/26-11/28, 2 & 7:30 p.m., Reynolds Hall, thesmithcenter.com.

MISC: GLITTERING LIGHTS Thru 1/9, 5:30 p.m., Las Vegas Motor Speedway, glitteringlightslasvegas.com

PARTY: WORSHIP THURSDAYS WITH ANGIE VEE 10:30 p.m., Tao Nightclub, taolvnc.taogroup.com.com.

Friday, November 26

The MillenNium Tour

The MillenNium Tour

MUSIC: THE MILLENNIUM TOUR Omarion, Bow Wow, Ashanti, Pretty Ricky, Ying Yang Twins, Soulja Boy, Lloyd, Sammie, 8 p.m., MGM Grand Garden Arena, axs.com.

MISC: ENCHANT CHRISTMAS The most wonderful time of the year just got a bit more so with this glimmering wonderland the entire family can enjoy. Explore a dazzling light maze as you embark on “the Great Search” for Santa’s missing reindeer, browse festive shops in the Christmas village, glide along a magical ice-skating trail and, of course, secure some photos with Mr. Claus himself. Ready to get into the holiday spirit? Enchant has you covered. Through January 2, $19-$35, Las Vegas Ballpark, enchantchristmas.com/las-vegas-nv.

SPORTS: DUKE VS. GONZAGA MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL 7:30 p.m., T-Mobile Arena, axs.com.

MISC: SMALL BUSINESS FALL FESTIVAL Noon, Tivoli Village, tivolivillagelv.com.

MUSIC: INTERVALS, THANK YOU SCIENTIST, SATYR, CRYPTODIRA 6 p.m., 24 Oxford, etix.com.

COMEDY: BEN BRAINARD 9 p.m., Rocks Lounge, ticketmaster.com.

PARTY: LOUD LUXURY 10:30 p.m., Omnia Nightclub, hakkasangroup.com.

MISC: THIS IS CHRISTMAS Thru 12/26, 7 p.m., Palazzo Theatre, ticketmaster.com.

PARTY: KUROMI 10 p.m., Zouk Nightclub, zoukgrouplv.com.

MISC: OPPORTUNITY VILLAGE MAGICAL FOREST Thru 1/2, 5:30 p.m., Opportunity Village Oakey Campus, opportunityvillage.org.

MUSIC: THE GUESS WHO 8 p.m. Golden Nugget Showroom, ticketmaster.com.

Saturday, November 27

Vegas Golden Knights vs. Edmonton Oilers

Vegas Golden Knights vs. Edmonton Oilers

SPORTS: Vegas GOLDEN KNIGHTS VS. EDMONTON OILERS 4 p.m., T-Mobile Arena, axs.com.

SPORTS: UNLV MEN’S BASKETBALL VS. UCLA In case catching the hometown hoops squad battling a perennial power (the Bruins still hold the record with 11 NCAA Tournament titles) isn’t reason enough to drive over to the T&M for an afternoon tilt, how about this: Former star Freddie Banks, who helped UNLV to the 1987 Final Four, will have his No. 13 jersey retired at halftime. No matter who wins the game, it’ll be a night to remember. 2 p.m., Thomas & Mack Center, unlvtickets.com. –Spencer Patterson

MUSIC: PENNYWISE With Get Dead, The Adolescents, 7:30 p.m., House of Blues, ticketmaster.com.

PARTY: GRYFFIN 10:30 p.m., XS, wynnsocial.com.

MUSIC: GEOFF TATE With Kurl Deimer, 7 p.m., Count’s Vamp’d, vampdvegas.com.

PARTY: DAVID PENN 10 p.m., Discopussy, discopussydtlv.com.

MISC: BONNIE & CLYDE 7 p.m., Hidden Cinema Rooftop Garden, hidden-cinema.com.

PARTY: MIKE ATTACK 10:30 p.m., Tao Nightclub, taolvnc.taogroup.com.

ARTS: LAS Vegas PIPE BAND: CELTIC THANKSGIVING 4 p.m., Clark County Library, eventbrite.com.

MUSIC: THE MUSIC OF ELTON JOHN STARRING MICHAEL CAVANAUGH 7 p.m., Myron’s, thesmithcenter.com.

COMEDY: ANTHONY RODIA 8 p.m., Summit Showroom, ticketmaster.com.

MUSIC: THE MOANIN’ BLACKSNAKES 10 p.m., Sand Dollar Lounge, thesanddollarlv.com.

COMEDY: BRAD GARRETT’S COMEDY CLUB REOPENS The man himself will be in town performing at his namesake club Saturday and Sunday (with Trixx from Kevin Hart’s LOL Network) but that’s not the only reason this weekend is a big deal at MGM Grand. After fighting through pandemic restrictions to keep the laughs coming, Garrett’s Vegas venue shuttered its original spot in the Underground promenade and now debuts at its more prominent location at the District, dropped in among restaurants and bars near the Grand Garden Arena. It’s a much better fit. Through November 28, 7:30 & 9:30 p.m., $106, bradgarrettcomedy.com. –Brock Radke

Sunday, November 28

Eric D-Lux

Eric D-Lux

PARTY: ERIC D-LUX 10 p.m., Marquee Nightclub, marqueelvnc.taogroup.com.

PARTY: MOONBEAM WITH BRETT RUBIN With Chris Garcia, Esteban, 10 p.m., Ayu Dayclub, zoukgrouplv.com.

ARTS: SIROCCO FLUTES OF LAS Vegas 2 p.m., Windmill Library, lvccld.org.

MUSIC: JOEY MELOTTI 2 p.m., Nevada Room, vegasnevadarooms.com.

SPORTS: UNLV WOMEN’S BASKETBALL VS. GRAMBLING STATE Noon, Cox Pavilion, unlvtickets.com.

ARTS: RIBBONS AND BOWS This hasn’t been a perfect year, but it’s been arguably better than the last, and that modest bit of improvement deserves to have a bow put on it. Priscilla Fowler Fine Art’s Ribbons and Bows is that finishing touch—a group show intended to highlight those things “that make the human experience something worth cherishing,” featuring works by Diane Bush, Lolita Develay, Ken Farkash, Arman Khasrowbeyk, Miguel Rodriguez, Linda Shaffer and dozens of others. And while you’re at Priscilla Fowler, be sure to browse the gallery’s expanded selection of locally handcrafted gifts. Through January 1, free. 1300 S. Main St. #110, priscillafowler.com. –Geoff Carter

Monday, November 29

Courtney Barnett

Courtney Barnett

MUSIC: COURTNEY BARNETT With Bedouine, 7 p.m., Brooklyn Bowl, ticketweb.com.

COMEDY: JON LOVITZ Thru 12/1, 7 p.m., Laugh Factory, ticketmaster.com.

PARTY: DJ E-ROCK 10:30 p.m., Jewel Nightclub, hakkasangroup.com.

COMEDY: RICH VOS With Kathleen Dunbar, Landry, John Joseph, 7 p.m., Comedy Cellar, ticketmaster.com.

Tuesday, November 30

Reverend Horton Heat

Reverend Horton Heat

MUSIC: LA OREJA DE VAN GOGH This Latin Grammy-winning pop-rock band from San Sebastian, Spain—whose name refers to Vincent van Gogh cutting off his left ear—is highly regarded in its homeland but has also built a large fanbase in Latin America and the U.S. with songs of love and friendship. The group will be playing songs from latest album Un Susurro en la Tormenta, along with various hits spanning a two-decade career. 7 p.m., $48, House of Blues, houseofblues.com. –Evelyn Mateos

PARTY: MIKEY FRANCIS 10:30 p.m., Omnia Nightclub, hakkasangroup.com.

MUSIC: REVEREND HORTON HEAT 8 p.m., the Space, thespacelv.com.

Wednesday, December 1

Journey

Journey

MUSIC: DOWNTOWN HOEDOWN Jordan Davis, Frontment of Country, Diamond Rio, 6 p.m., Fremont Street Experience, vegasexperience.com.

MUSIC: REBA, BROOKS & DUNN Thru 12/15, 7:30 p.m., the Colosseum, ticketmaster.com.

MUSIC: CARRIE UNDERWOOD & 12/3-12/4, 8 p.m., Resorts World Theater, axs.com.

MUSIC: BLUE OCTOBER 7 p.m., Brooklyn Bowl, brooklynbowl.com.

MUSIC: SANTANA & 12/3-12/5, 7 p.m., House of Blues, ticketmaster.com.

MUSIC: JOURNEY & 12/2, 8 p.m., the Theater at Virgin, axs.com.

MUSIC: UNLV FALL JAZZ FESTIVAL Want to hear some mind-blowing jazz? Attend this showcase for the School of Music’s Jazz Ensembles I and II. The audition-only student groups are some of the best in the biz, with musicians chosen for their sight-reading and improvisational skills. UNLV’s Jazz Ensembles have won awards, toured the world, performed at festivals and with the big name pros. 7:30 p.m., Artemus Ham Concert Hall, $8-$10, unlv.edu. –C. Moon Reed

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