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Britney Spears, Cher, Journey, Billy Idol headline in Las Vegas tonight

Updated May 3, 2017 - 11:41 am

TONIGHT IN LAS VEGAS

It’s the return of the superstars in a four-way battle, and, in one fell swoop, icon Cher pulls up her fishnets and garters to “Believe” and have fun again at Park Theater at Monte Carlo through May 20.

Time for a Brit fix as pop princess Britney Spears resumes her “Britney: Piece of Me” at Axis at Planet Hollywood through May 20.

Direct from The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction, Journey travels to The Joint at The Hard Rock Hotel through May 20 — what’s up with May 20?! Journey will perform its albums “Escape” and “Frontiers” in full.

Additionally, Neal Schon, Ross Valory, Jonathan Cain and Steve Smith dedicate a memorabilia case including Steve’s drum kit at HRH as Clark County officials proclaim today “Journey Las Vegas Day.” Steve has his art exhibit, “The Fabric of Rhythm,” on display starting today at Gallery of Music & Art at The Forum Shops of Caesars Palace.

Billy Idol starts a new run of his shows “Forever” at House of Blues at Mandalay Bay through May 13 and returns in October.

Tickets to the 2017 NHL Awards and NHL Expansion Draft on June 21 at T-Mobile Arena go on sale for the live NBC SN and Sportsnet Canada TV broadcasts. We’ll learn the roster of our new Las Vegas Golden Knights, the 31st NHL team.

“Hell’s Kitchen” winner chef Scott Commings hosts his third culinary road trip dinner heading home to Wisconsin at Freedom Beat at Downtown Grand. It’s the first of four nights to kick off the weekend of Citrus Summer series.

Voodoo Cowboy spins its magic at Gilley’s Saloon and Dance Hall at T.I.

Fasten your seat belts as DJ Turbulence hits 1 OAK at The Mirage.

And DJ Chuckie headlines Surrender in Encore.

TOMORROW’S TEASES

Based on Stephen King’s best-selling novel, the “Carrie” musical hasn’t been seen since its 1988 Broadway production. Now Ari Fabros, daughter of my trainer Mel Fabros, has the lead role of misfit Carrie in Majestic Repertory Theater’s concluding show of its inaugural season running through May 13 at 1217 S. Main St.

Humorist David Sedaris, who has written nine books, tackles the absurdities of life at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts. Next door at Troesh Studio Theater, there’s a spotlight concert by Las Vegas Philharmonic.

Vegas PBS launches Season 2 of “Outdoor Nevada” with host John Burke at the Jaguar Land Rover dealership on West Sahara Avenue.

May the Fourth be with you on “Star Wars Day” with united Rebels and Stormtroopers at Downtown Container Park with a performance by UNLV’s Society of Lightsaber Duelists and screening of “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” by Sunset Cinema.

Steel Panther electrifies HOB.

Chancey Williams and The Younger Brothers Band have a three-night run at Gilley’s.

DJ Calvin Harris is behind the wheels of steel at Hakkasan at MGM Grand.

DJ Diplo takes control at Intrigue at Wynn Las Vegas.

DJ Esco spins at Drai’s atop The Cromwell.

DJ Mustard spreads it on at Tao at The Venetian.

And DJ Ever makes Jewel shine at Aria.

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