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Also: Dig out that Halloween costume for Happy Earth Market’s end-of-year party.

Duran Duran, the Golden Knights, a ranger-guided hike and other stuff to do this week

December 28th, 2017

Also: Dig out that Halloween costume for Happy Earth Market’s end-of-year party.

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    Also: Loads of new Bunkhouse and Beauty Bar bookings, and a new Venetian residency.

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    If recent setlists hold up, the Japanese trio will play droney new album Dear straight-through.

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    Also, three great reasons to spend your entire weekend at the Bunkhouse.

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    Also: Cirque and Nevada Ballet Theatre’s annual team-up.

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    Frontman Cory Hanson and drummer Evan Burrows served in Ty Segall’s backing band for last year’s Neon Reverb-capping performance.

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    “We’ve chilled out a little, but we’re still sort of immature.”

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    Also: Unsane, Life is Sh*t Festival and another Moody Blues run

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    However you first discovered the Norman, Oklahoma, four-piece, chances are good the group’s blend of dream-pop, punk and garage-rock won you over.

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    Also: singer Idina Menzel and comedian Iliza Shelsinger

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    During its 24-year touring history, GBV has played Las Vegas just once, at a one-off festival seven years ago.

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    Also: Hollywood Undead, Bayside and Theresa Caputo.

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    Also: Catfish and the Bottlemen, Wand and Cattle Decapitation

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    Also: Ruff Ryders, Metal Alliance Tour and Viva Ras Vegas weekender.

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    Also: Marc Anthony, Ty Segall and what may be Kenny Rogers’ final Las Vegas show.

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    Far from noodling, leader Tom Verlaine picked each note and made every sound with very specific purpose.

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    The Goodie Mobb/Gnarls Barkley member returns to Las Vegas for shows in a more intimate setting.

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    The Vegas quintet has dealt with illness, job loss, a miscarriage, band member departures and deaths.

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    Also: Aaron Lewis, Alejandro Fernandez, Iliza Shlesinger and AFI

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    Sunday’s de-facto headliner delivered a blissful wall of guitar noise that relented only when the foursome departed for its next gig.

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