TONIGHT IN L.V.
It’s the first day of fall, so let’s have a party!
Congratulations to Delano Las Vegas as Della’s Kitchen hosts a Farmhouse Dinner to celebrate the hotel’s second anniversary with a poolside reception and family feast created by executive chef Jay Calimlim.
Former Mayor Oscar Goodman hosts the 13th episode of his dinner series with a presentation of “The Hidden Owners of Las Vegas,” bringing Old Vegas back to life at his Oscar’s Beef, Booze and Broads steakhouse in The Plaza with tales of The Mob chieftains of a bygone era.
Blues Traveler takes a swing performing at Topgolf Las Vegas.
The father-and-sons trio of Vinny Adinolfi, aka The Bronx Wanderers, debut their nightly rock-and-roll show with hits from the 1950s onward at Windows Showroom in Bally’s.
Megadeth, Metal Church, Suicidal Tendencies and Amon Amarth raise the roof at The Joint in The Hard Rock Hotel.
Molotov explodes at House of Blues in Mandalay Bay.
Zowie Bowie mans Third Street Stage at Fremont Street Experience.
Garbage and Cigarettes After Sex headline The Foundry at SLS Las Vegas.
Al B Sure brings his R&B hits of the 1990s to Throwback Thursdays at LAX in The Luxor.
Frank Sidoris is at Lounge at The Palms.
The Chad Freeman Band lines up at Gilley’s in T.I.
And cast members of BEAUTIFUL — THE CAROLE KING MUSICAL at Reynolds Hall in The Smith Center for the Performing Arts join Dennis Bono for his broadcast show at South Point with veteran trio The Letterman and Las Vegas star Michelle Johnson, who sings Carole’s “Tapestry Unraveled” album at Cabaret Jazz in The Smith Center on Sunday, Oct. 2.
TOMORROW IN L.V.
Veteran comedy actor Jerry Lewis hosts a Q+A for moviegoers at the Las Vegas premiere of his new heart-tugger film MAX ROSE, plus our preview of the dueling music stars of Life Is Beautiful and iHeartRadio Music Festival.