Other events happening downtown include Frankie Moreno at Smith Center, ‘Sweeney Todd’ at Majestic Repertory Theatre and Market in the Alley.
New items at the exhibit at Luxor, which opened nine years ago, include 20 that have never before been shown.
Other activities include exploring a hip-hop album, vegan hot dogs and a Jimmy Buffett musical.
If you haven’t yet made it to see ‘Lost Vegas: Tim Burton @ The Neon Museum,’ there’s even more time to view the acclaimed filmmaker’s collection of weird, quirky and familiar artworks.
Parrotheads will be flocking to The Smith Center for “Escape to Margaritaville,” which incorporates nearly two dozen of Buffett’s songs.
Burlesque “Nutcracker,” pep rally for the Las Vegas Bowl teams, and Santa pics lead downtown Las Vegas to-do list.
Clay Arts became one of the first art businesses in the Arts District in downtown Las Vegas and an early participant at the monthly First Friday event.
Re-imagined Fremont Street motel has center amphitheater, small-business spaces in former rooms-for-rent, restaurants.
They don’t make movie stars like John Wayne anymore, and an exhibition that opened today at South Point offers a few clues about why that is.
Elf Adventure, motorcycle run and Las Vegas Philharmonic round out the week’s activities.