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The Voidz, Om Fest, a paella party and more to do this week in Las Vegas

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Kygo hits XS on April 28.
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  • Food & Drink Festivals at Various Locations

    It’s a weekend of gastronomic delights around the Valley, starting with the Great American Foodie Fest (April 25-28, times vary) at Sunset Station. Dozens of gourmet food trucks—some of which have been featured on the Food Network and Travel Channel—are parked to satisfy whatever craving might strike, from nachos to burgers to funnel cakes. Admission is free.

    José Andres will challenge diners to feast like a Spaniard at his first-ever Paella Festival Kickoff Party (April 27, 1-3 p.m., $125) at Jaleo in the Cosmopolitan. The chef will be on hand to ladle out crunchy-bottomed paella, along with his signature Spanish tapas, Ibérico sliders and more, along with bottomless libations including Spanish wines, clara porrónes and his famous gin and tonics.

    End the day at Peace, Love & Hoppy-ness (April 27, 3-9 p.m.) for an evening of music and hop-forward beers paired with bold barbecue flavors at Big Dog’s Draft House. Admission is free; you pay as you hop along the brew and ’cue circuit. –Genevie Durano

  • Chris D'Elia at Terry Fator Theatre

    Until recently, Chris D’Elia has been a corner-of-your-eye comic: You might have glimpsed him on Comedy Central, or caught him in shows like The Good Doctor. But the host of the Congratulations With Chris D’Elia podcast is moving steadily to the center of our gaze. Choose to see him now, at the Mirage. April 26, 10 p.m., $40-$55. –Geoff Carter

  • 27 at Art Square Theatre

    Jazz era avant-garde power couple Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas get the stage treatment in this new Opera Las Vegas production about their famous Parisian salon on 27 rue de Fleurus. April 26-May 5, Dates & times vary, $25. –C. Moon Reed

  • The Voidz at Brooklyn Bowl

    Julian Casablancas—best known as the lead singer for The Strokes—formed his “other” rock band in 2014, and last year The Voidz dropped their sophomore LP, the chaotic Virtue. And while Casablancas will be back with The Strokes later this year, they aren’t scheduled to stop in Vegas. April 27, 8 p.m., $35-$55. –Leslie Ventura

  • Las Vegasland at Liberace Mansion

    Nevada Preservation Foundation’s “Celebration of Vegas Cool” sponsors a performance by self-proclaimed Ambassador of Americana Charles Phoenix, with a “comedy retro slideshow” about ’50s- and ’60s-era Vegas. April 27, 3-6 p.m., $60. –C. Moon Reed

  • OM Fest at Downtown Summerlin

    Raise your vibration at this soulfest, where you’ll learn many styles of yoga, meditation and breathing. Healthy food and healing activities round out the day of celebration. April 27, 8 a.m.-8 p.m., $49-$69, omyogafest.com. –Genevie Durano

  • Kygo at XS

    This month’s second of 10 2019 parties celebrating 10 years at XS also marks the launch of the Nightswim bash. Dance-pop hitmaker Kygo performs Sunday night at the Encore megaclub to keep the anniversary events going and set the season on fire. April 28, 10:30 p.m., 30-$50. –Brock Radke

  • Broncho at Bunkhouse Saloon

    The slinky LA outfit harnesses everything you love about the ’80s on its 2018 LP, Bad Behavior, and it might just be the band’s best record yet. Pick up a copy at the merch table after the set. May 1, 8 p.m., $13-$15. –Leslie Ventura

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