DISNEY ON ICE: FROZEN You know all the words to “Let It Go,” now sing along live with sisters Anna and Elsa and their beloved snowman friend Olaf when the Thomas & Mack Center gets transformed into Arendelle. January 6-8, 11, 7:30 p.m.; January 9-10, 11:30 a.m., 3 & 7 p.m., $25-$80.
18B NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY NYE afternoon becomes crafternoon when it falls on Preview Thursday in the Arts District. Ring in the New Year with live music and raffles at the Arts Factory, including a chance to win an original painted portrait of yourself from artist Justin Lepper. December 31, 4 p.m.-2 a.m., free.
UFC 195 Rousey vs. Holm was originally scheduled for this year-opening UFC bill, but there are still good reasons to kick-(get it?)-start your 2016 at MGM Grand Garden Arena. A welterweight title tilt between belt-holder Robbie Lawlor and Carlos Condit, who have combined for 35 wins by knockout, for one. January 2, 3:30 p.m., $104-$804.
MALADJUSTED The LA tribute act pays tribute to Morrissey after his show at the Joint, so whether you missed out on the Mozzer or just need to hear “Suedehead” again, here’s your chance. January 2, 8:30 p.m., Bunkhouse Saloon, $10.
FRANKS & DEANS WEENIE ROAST You never need an excuse to hit the Double Down on a Wednesday, but team Las Vegas’ punk-rock Rat Pack act, a gaggle of their performing friends and giveaway hot dogs, and you’ve got your plans on lock. January 6, 10 p.m., free.
MAZE WITH FRANKIE BEVERLY The quiet storm icons headline Orleans Arena’s New Year’s Spectacular concert, which comedian Mike Epps was going to host before he booked two Orleans Showroom gigs. Don’t worry, ’90s-era R&B smoothies SWV and After 7 will be there to round out the bill. January 2, 8 p.m., $39-$150.
RALPHIE MAY The chub from Chattanooga—the dude’s first Comedy Central special was called Girth of a Nation—has experienced a slow rise in the notoriously tough stand-up world, but he’s now on his second Netflix-exclusive special (Unruly), and he’s moved up the Boulevard, from a longtime stint at South Point to Treasure Island. January 2, 9 p.m., $40-$65.
GOLD STRIKE HOT SPRINGS TRAIL HIKE Remember sitting there after Thanksgiving dinner, telling everyone in earshot about initiating your new exercise regimen after the holidays? Here’s a great way to start, enjoying the invigorating scramble of the 4-mile Boulder City hike, which showcases the Colorado River. Great Basin Highway, Boulder City.