If your bucket list is to see all 15 “American Idol” winners, you can cross two of them off this weekend. Start with David Cook, the nice-guy rocker from Season 7, who sings at 8 p.m. Friday inside Club Madrid at Sunset Station. Tickets are $22 to $42; call 800-745-3000.
Fantasia & Anthony Hamilton
This weekend’s “American Idol” road also leads to a Sunday team-up of Season 3 winner Fantasia (Barrino) and Anthony Hamilton, who has a new album, “What I’m Feelin’.” Fantasia is likely to serve up her new single “No Time for It” in the co-bill at 8 p.m. Sunday at the Hard Rock Hotel. Tickets are $89.50 to $175; call 888-929-7849.
‘I Love the ’70s’
Sure there are people who would listen to Ambrosia play the whole “Somewhere I’ve Never Traveled” album. But we — cough, they — realize most people just want the four big hits. Same with Firefall’s five Top 40 hits and the three from Orleans. Makes sense to roll all three bell-bottom soft-rock bands together for a show called “I Love the ’70s” at 8 p.m. Saturday in the Club at the Cannery. Tickets are $24.95 to $49.95; call 702-507-5700.
Soulful saxophonist Richard Elliot has been playing for Las Vegas locals for half of his life, if you trace the 56-year-old back to a 1990 show at Spring Mountain Ranch State Park and bygone clubs such as Calamity Jayne’s. He returns at 8 p.m. Saturday at Aliante Casino in North Las Vegas. Tickets are $43.93 to $76.63; call 702-692-7777.
The J-Lo show is called “All I Have,” but an alternative title could be “All I Am.” You meet the Swarovski fashion diva, the working mom, the Dancing Machine from the Block and more in the colorful production show that returns to Planet Hollywood at 9 p.m. Sunday and Wednesday, continuing on select days through June 10. Tickets are $59 to $416; 855-234-7469.