13 things to do in Las Vegas this week: March 4-10, 2022


LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Looking for something to do in Las Vegas? Look no further. Here are 13 things happening in town this week:

1. Las Vegas’ first après-ski cocktail bar is now open seven days a week
The ski lodge at Superfrico, inside the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas, is Vegas’ first après-ski cocktail bar, complete with a roaring 24-hour fire and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the world’s best winter ski destinations. Hidden on the second floor of the Cosmo, behind a secret door next to OPIUM, you will find this cozy little ski lodge. It’s fair to say that this playful little joint has an “anything goes” type vibe. The Ski Lodge opened last fall and is now open seven days a week.

2. The Tony Bennett Songbook
This Saturday night, talented singer Mark Verabian takes the stage at the Smith Center for the Performing Arts with a tribute to legendary performer Tony Bennett. Singing hit after hit from the Tony Bennett Songbook, Verabian invites you to come out and celebrate Bennett’s 75 years in show business. Tickets start at $37.

3. Cédric the artist of the Craig Ranch regional park
Actor, comedian and entertainer Cedric the Entertainer is coming north to Las Vegas with a show at the Craig Ranch Regional Park Amphitheater. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the show starts at 8 p.m. on Saturday, March 5. Tickets range from $55 to $100. Learn more about iamcedric.com.

  • Saturday March 5 at 8 p.m. (doors open at 6 p.m.)
  • Tickets range from $55 to $100, plus taxes and fees

4. Racejam concert for NASCAR weekend at Fremont Street Experience
Fremont Street Experience will celebrate NASCAR weekend with free, non-stop live entertainment and an energetic performance from Buckcherry on Saturday, March 5 at 9 p.m. on the 3rd Street Stage. The annual RaceJam celebration is open to fans of all ages with no admission charge. More NASCAR weekend events here.

5. The Movie Props Experience at Neonopolis
Neonopolis Las Vegas recently welcomed a quirky new prop museum, the Movie Prop Experience, to its shopping and entertainment complex in downtown Las Vegas. The museum features a collection of original props and costumes from beloved movies and TV shows.

6. Cocktails for a Cause: The Gramercy Raises Funds for Opportunity Village
The Gramercy will honor National Developmental Disabilities Month by selling select cocktails at select restaurants, with a portion of proceeds going to Opportunity Village. Participating restaurants include Anima by EDO, DW Bistro and Pinches Tacos. The menu is as follows:

  • Anima by EDO: Sweet Caroline with cachaça, oloroso sherry, passion fruit and agave
  • DW Bistro: Jungle Bird with tropical fruit juices and an island-sized splash of rum
  • Pinched Tacos: Blood Orange Margarita with their specialty blood orange blend and 2 oz. tequila

7. “The Last Five Years” at the Super Summer Theater
It’s the last weekend to catch the emotionally powerful and intimate musical about two New Yorkers in their twenties who fall in love and fall in love over the course of five years. The show’s unconventional structure consists of Cathy, the woman, telling her story backwards while Jamie, the man, tells his story chronologically.

  • Saturday March 5 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday March 6 at 2 p.m.
  • Super Summer Theater (4340 S. Valley View Blvd.)
  • Tickets start at $25

8. Wine tasting at the brand new winery in Las Vegas
Pine Hollow Winery’s brand new tasting room is now open and ready to receive guests. “We’re not fancy, but I guarantee it will be fabulous,” say owners Barbara and John DiVirgilio. Unique offerings include a Thai chili infused wine, a Pino Gris-style wine with coconut and yuzu, and a dessert wine flavored with coffee, caramel, toasted marshmallow and chocolate.

  • Pine Hollow Winery, 7018 W. Charleston Blvd.
  • Open Wednesday to Sunday
  • Two different tasting options for $15 and $30

9. Dine or stay at the first boutique hotel in the Arts District
The English Hotel, the arts district’s first boutique hotel, is now open to the public. Branded “a place for cultured renegades”, the new 74-room hotel is the concept of celebrity chef Todd English and is also home to the Pepper Club, Las Vegas’ third English restaurant.

ten. Big West Basketball Championships at the brand new Dollar Loan Center
The City of Henderson invites the community to Dollar Loan Center as it opens its doors to its first-ever sporting event, the 2022 Big West Basketball Championships. To kick off the five-day tournament, the city is hosting the “Big West Tiltyard Tip-Off” starting Tuesday, March 8.

  • From Tuesday March 8 to Saturday March 12
  • The dollar lending center
  • Ticket information and event details here

11. G Men at House of Blues
Influenced by the English new wave and the first Beatles albums, Hombres G enjoyed enormous popularity in their time, which led them to sell millions of records and perform in front of thousands of fans at their concerts, filling the stadiums and disrupting cities when they appear.

  • Wednesday March 9 at 7 p.m.
  • House of Blues at Mandalay Bay Las Vegas
  • Tickets from $39.50 to $129

12. New Don’t Tell Comedy Residence in Fergusons Downtown
Taking the stage in The Yard in Fergusons once a month, from Thursday March 10, the pop-up comedy experience will bring audiences a night of discovery and laughter. The Fergusons Downtown residence will provide an element of surprise and mystery through the lineup – not knowing who is performing until they are live on stage in front of the audience. The first show is Thursday, March 10 at 8 p.m. Tickets start at $25.

13. Salt Bae’s Stackhouse on the Las Vegas Strip is now open
Nusret Gokce, known on the internet as Salt Bae, opened a new episode of his Nusr-et Steakhouse in The Park, next to T-Mobile Arena on the Las Vegas Strip. The menu features a variety of steakhouse dishes coated in edible gold, including a whole rack of lamb (The Golden Kafes), The Golden Burger, and The Golden Baklava. You may have seen videos circulating online of Gokce giving his guests dinner and a show with his dramatic, salt-dusted flair. The restaurant is notoriously expensive, but has been largely well received by online reviews so far.

Also be sure to check out our community calendar. Here you’ll find free community events happening in the valley throughout the week. Visit ktnv.com/CommunityCalendar to learn more.

Do you know of an event that would make a great addition to 13 Things? Please email details and all press materials to [email protected] with “13 things (event date)” in the subject line for review. Thank you!


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