The Color Run Be a human canvas during this 5K, during which Downtown runners get regularly doused in powdered paint. It’s exercise, sure, but it’s also a selfie gold mine. February 27, 8 a.m., $15-$40.
Breaking Bad Walter White’s favorite meth-cooking getup, plus two gas masks and a rubber apron also used in the revered TV show, are now on permanent display at the Mob Museum. Begins February 26.
Southwest Tea Fest Raise a glass, er, cup throughout the day at this inaugural bevvie fest, which features samples, blind tastings, an art walk, live music and presentations like “Matcha—Fact or Fiction.” February 27, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., $20, Downtown 3rd Farmers Market.
Behind City Lights Bust out your dancing shoes, as electro-soul artist/DJ Georgia Anne Muldrow headlines this Downtown party, which also features Vegas DJs and the Chicago footwork crew Teklife Terra Squad. February 26, 9 p.m., free, Velveteen Rabbit.
Phil Lesh When Las Vegas last saw the Grateful Dead bassist, he was being beamed in from Chicago for a trio of era-capping concerts. This time, catch Lesh in the flesh, either with his musical Friends on Friday and Saturday night or with The Terrapin Family band on Sunday afternoon. February 26 & 27, 8 p.m., $65-$100; February 28, 1 p.m., $30-$35; Brooklyn Bowl.
Tsunami Bomb “So long, been swell, see you in hell!” shouts Emily Whitehurst on the pop-punk act’s “Lemonade.” She’s still gone, but the band (and replacement vocalist Kate Jacobi) are back, touring behind the new rarities comp Trust No One. With The Quitters, Roxy Gunn Project, Rayner. February 27, 8 p.m., $10-$13, Beauty Bar.
Neil Young & Imagine Dragons The songwriting giant screens his music features Human Highway and Rust Never Sleeps at local cineplexes on February 29, and the Vegas-born band does the same with its Smoke + Mirrors concert film on March 2. Times vary, $12.50-$22, visit fathomevents.com for locations.