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Cardi B, Amazing Comic Con, a VGK charity softball game and more to do this week in Las Vegas

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Cardi B performs at KAOS on June 15.
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  • World Tea and Music Festival at Tealet

    It’s a drink with a long history and beloved the world over. Learn all about a good cuppa through food tastings, live music, yoga and meditation sessions, plus holistic wellness consultations. June 13, 7 p.m.-midnight, $50, 3230 Polaris Ave. #7. –Genevie Durano

  • Summer Cookout with Robert Irvine at Tropicana

    For the third year in a row, the celebrity chef kicks off Las Vegas Restaurant Week with a cookout at Robert Irvine’s Public House. The dine-around will feature summer-inspired dishes and beverages, including Wagyu beef sliders, hickory-smoked dry-rubbed baby back ribs, hamachi poke parfaits with unagi sauce, and an assortment of mini pizzas, courtesy of Public House and Tropicana’s portfolio of restaurants, which includes Oakville Steakhouse, Red Lotus Asian Kitchen and Trago Lounge.

    Las Vegas Restaurant Week, now in its 13th year, gives locals a chance to enjoy the city’s culinary offerings with prix fixe menus ranging in price from $20-$80, while also supporting Three Square, Southern Nevada’s only food bank, in its fight to eradicate hunger. This year’s 12-day event runs from June 17-28, with dozens of restaurants participating. (For a complete list, visit helpoutdineoutlv.org.)

    The Public House kickoff will also feature an interactive cooking competition, a live and silent auction, and a performance by Frank Sinatra tribute artists from Legends in Concert. June 13, 7-10 p.m., $50-$100. –Genevie Durano

  • Amazing Las Vegas Comic Con at Las Vegas Convention Center

    Browse a vast market of comic books, anime and film memorabilia, and geek out over guest stars like actors Sean Astin (Lord of the Rings) and Asher Angel (Shazam!) and character creators including Rob Liefeld (Deadpool) and Jim Starlin (Thanos, Gamora and Shang-Chi.) June 14-16, Friday, 3-8 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; $25-$60. –Geoff Carter

  • The Music of The Grateful Dead for Kids at Brooklyn Bowl

    If your little ones don’t yet know their “Scarlet” from their “Fire” or their “Althea” from their “Bertha,” here’s an all-ages entry into the world of Jerry, Bobby and the gang. The touring Rock and Roll Playhouse plays the tunes—with support from local Dead tribute act Catfish John—during daylight hours and at downturned decibels. June 15, 11 a.m., $15-$20. –Spencer Patterson

  • Cardi B at Kaos

    “Cardi don’t need more press,” and yet, here we are. The fiery, all-powerful KAOS resident pops up at the Palms nightclub, just days after slamming haters for doubting whether she writes her own tunes. The Bronx-born star was born to flex, and KAOS puts her center stage. June 15, 10:30 p.m., $70-75. –Leslie Ventura

  • Battle for Vegas Charity Softball at Las Vegas Ballpark

    VGK’ers like Reilly Smith, Jonathan Marchessault and William Karlsson—plus Marcus Allen, Jose Canseco, Imagine Dragons’ Dan Reynolds and more—swing the bats for children’s cancer charity the Tyler Robinson Foundation. June 15, 6 p.m., $22-$76. –Spencer Patterson

  • Juneteenth Jazz at West Las Vegas Library

    Commemorate the end of American slavery with this daylong fest packed with music, art and spoken word. Highlights include the Olabisi African Dance Ensemble, storytelling by Griot Nation and a culture and history lecture. Free, June 15, 11:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. –C. Moon Reed

  • Froth at Bunkhouse Saloon

    This hazy yet utterly dynamic indie outfit just released Duress, its first full-length in two years. Froth leaves sunny LA for a four-month tour that includes stops in Europe, and Vegas is the first out-of-town gig. With Versing. June 19, 8:30 p.m., $12-15. –Leslie Ventura

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