Ghostbusters For its 30th anniversary, the classic sci-fi comedy about sardonic ghost-hunters in New York City is getting a nationwide re-release. See it for the first time or the 100th time on the big screen, for one week only. Opens August 29 citywide.
Popovich and the Voice of the Fabled American West The second feature from local filmmakers Jerry and Mike Thompson is a whimsical, family-friendly comedy starring Strip headliner Gregory Popovich and his animal performers. One dollar from every ticket sold to this weekend’s local premiere will go to the Animal Foundation. August 30-31, 5 p.m., $7-$10, Brenden Theaters at the Palms.
Theophilus London We wouldn’t call his latest EP, Lovers Holiday II, New Wave, as his Facebook suggests, but the Brooklyn artist continues to reinvent indie R&B with the help of contemporaries (Blood Orange, Kanye West) and left-field covers, like Dolly Parton’s classic “Jolene.” Catch him at the Cosmo, and you might even hear some tracks off his upcoming Yeezy-produced album, Vibes. August 28, 8 p.m., $18, Boulevard Pool.
Tove Lo The SLS’ cool new Sayers Club grand-opens with a performance by this breakout Swedish singer, whose haunting pop vocals cover everything from sex clubs to Twinkie binges. August 28, 10 p.m., $44 men, $22 women.
Atmosphere The Minneapolis hip-hop duo, MC Slug and DJ Ant, bring their North of Hell Tourpromoting May album Southsiders to Brooklyn Bowl—after a pit stop at the Eastern Zia Record Exchange for an in-store signing. September 3, 3 p.m. (Zia), free; 8 p.m. (Brooklyn Bowl), with Dem Atlas, Prof, $28-$33.
Delano The new boutique hotel at Mandalay Bay officially opens on September 2, so if you’re in need of some un-Vegas chill time, roll through. Grab a cocktail and a Cubano at the sleek Franklin bar, lunch at Della’s Kitchen or just relax and absorb some fresh swank. Delanolasvegas.com