Where to go, what to see and how to celebrate this week

Panic at the Disco plays the House of Blues this Saturday.
Photo: Jennifer Tzar


Panic at the Disco The locally bred popsters return to Las Vegas for their first show here since the release of latest CD, Vices & Virtues. With Funeral Party and Fun, June 18, 6 p.m., $25-$30, House of Blues.

Bruno Mars & Janelle Monae These emerging soul/pop artists teamed up for a memorable moment at this year’s Grammys. Now catch their Hooligans in Wondaland tourstop. With Mayer Hawthorne & The County, June 16, 8 p.m., $35, the Pearl.

The Flaming Lips Whether you own all their albums or vaguely remember ’em as that band that played the Peach Pit on the original Beverly Hills, 90210, the Lips are a concert experience, emphasis on experience. June 17, 8 p.m., $40-$50, Cosmopolitan pool.


$5 movies Move date night to midweek. Regal Entertainment Group offers $5 movie tickets at their Colonnade, Green Valley Ranch and Fiesta Henderson theaters every Tuesday—all day long!

Super 8 J.J. Abrams’ loving tribute to the early films of Steven Spielberg is more than just a nostalgia-fest; it’s a summer blockbuster that’s just as concerned with creating interesting characters as it is with big sci-fi set pieces. Now playing citywide.

Disintegration Craving tranquility in this high-tech media world? Krystal Ramirez responds with new-work pathways to meditation. Through July 29, Kleven Contemporary inside Emergency Arts.

The Flaming Lips play the Boulevard Pool at the Cosmo this Friday.


Cider class For those who think cider is nothing more than a sissy beer alternative, we challenge you to sample the history and spectrum of flavors paired with cheese, dessert and spirits. June 17, 6:30-8:30 p.m., $15, Total Wine & More (Henderson).


Relax, it’s June 17! William Joseph Communications, which brought us Pillow Fight Day, strikes again with Recess at Work Day. WJC suggests the sport of “chair curling.” We suggest combining that with your National Flip-Flop Day activities, namely free smoothies to the first 500 wearing them into all Tropical Smoothie locations.


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