The Route 91 Harvest Festival, Kevin Smith and other stuff you’ll want to check out this weekend

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Route 91 Harvest Festival Keith Urban, Florida Georgia Line, Tim McGraw and others provide the soundtrack for throwing back drinks—or throwing down cornhole bean bags, dancing to Dee Jay Silver and spinning on the Vertigo Swing at the Strip-side country music fest. October 2-4, doors at 2 p.m., $199-$349, Las Vegas Village.

From Sassy to Divine: The Sarah Vaughan Project Award-winning songwriter and cabaret favorite Ann Hampton Callaway performs the music of Sarah Vaughan, one of the most revered jazz singers of the 20th century. October 3, 3 & 7 p.m., $39-$59, Smith Center’s Cabaret Jazz.


Kevin Smith The beloved Clerks writer/director has three different—but sure to be equally profane—live presentations scheduled at Vinyl. An Evening With: October 2, 10 p.m. Hollywood Babble-On with Ralph Garman: October 3, 7:30 p.m. Jay & Silent Bob Get Old with Jason Mewes: October 3, 10 p.m.; $40-$45 apiece.


Betty Willis and 'Fabulous' Signs Before ex-Neon Museum executive director Danielle Kelly leaves town (sniff), she’ll discuss the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign, along with other creations by trailblazing designer Willis, who died in April at age 91. October 1, 7 p.m., free, Clark County Library.


Greek Food Festival The St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church’s massive, annual feast (pro tip: leave room for dessert) also offers live music, kids’ activities and vendors. October 1, 5-10 p.m.; October 2, 3-11 p.m.; October 3, noon-11 p.m.; October 4; noon-10 p.m.; $6; lasvegasgreekfestival.com.

Grape Stomp Will someone fall like the woman in the viral video? Go over the hump to Pahrump and find out during the event’s annual fruit-crushing contest. October 3 & 4, gates at 11 a.m., $7-$10, Pahrump Valley Winery.

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