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13 Things To Do This Week In Las Vegas For Feb. 14-20

Posted at 6:35 PM, Feb 13, 2020
and last updated 2020-02-14 08:30:56-05

Here is a list of 13 things to do in Las Vegas for the week of Feb. 14 through 20:

1. The Mob Museum is celebrating its 8th anniversary on Feb. 14 with free admission for locals. There will also be a car show featuring Prohibition-era vehicles and a display of crime scene evidence from St. Valentine's Day Massacre in Chicago. Other activities include live jazz in The Underground and food and drink specials.

2. Glowzone is offering a night of adult fun on Feb. 14. There will be a DJ spinning upbeat tracks, a bartender serving cold drinks, and food available for purchase. Tickets are $30 pre-sale and $40 at the door. Ticket includes 4 hours of unlimited attractions and one drink ticket.

3. Rex Smith brings "Confessions of a Teen idol" to Red Rock Resort on Feb. 14.Smith started his career as a "teen idol" with the hit song "You Take My Breath Away." He also hit the Top 40 again with a remake of "Everlasting Love."

4. If you are looking for something sweet for you Valentine,Jean-Marie Auboine Chocolatier has just the thing. The luxurious chocolates are made by hand in a small factory not far from the Las Vegas Strip. They also have a retail shop at the same location.

5. Famous Dave's is one of many restaurants in town that is offering special dinners for lovebirds. Their Hot N Smokin Feast includes spareribs, beef brisket, roasted chicken and sides. Click here for many more listings.

6. Rail Explorers Las Vegas in Boulder City is offering 2 very special tours for Valetine's Day. The Southwest Sweetheart Tour starts at 5 p.m. and the After-Dark Valentine's Lantern Tour starts at 7 p.m. Couples will ride the rails under the stars and enjoy sparkling wine and gourmet chocolates at the Rail Explorers picnic area.

7. The Venetian hotel-casino is one of the most beautiful properties in town and nothing is more romantic than taking a gondola ride. Gondoliers sing to their passengers as the gondolas glide down the Grand Canal.

8. The Black Hearts Bazaar is happening Feb. 15 at Las Vegas Oddities. The bazaar will feature local vendors with a taste of the weird and macabre, including Two Of Imps, Iron Quill Gallery, Loreworks, Spooky Cat Lady, Grave Designs Co., Ravenchat, Apothecary Massage and more. There will also be free snacks and stuff.

9. The Black History Month Festival is happening Feb. 15 at Springs Preserve. There will be live bands and performances, a Vegas Golden Knights floor hockey clinic, children's activities such as face painting and arts & crafts, cooking demos and soul food.

10. Ninja for a Cause is coming to Downtown Summerlin on Feb. 17. The Ninja Warrior course has an easy side and pro side. Admission is free. A $10 donation to one of the charities will give a person a chance to be timed running the “pro” course. The ninja with the fastest time will win a free ninja event for the local school of their choice. Proceeds will benefit Make-A-Wish Southern Nevada, Wounded Warrior Project and Nevada SPCA. Attending the event will be several celebrity ninjas from the NBC show “American Ninja Warrior,” including Geoff Britten, Brian Arnold and Kyle Soderman. Ninja for a Cause will also include prizes, food trucks, music and more.

11. The Come Up for Down Under fundraiser is happening Feb. 17 at Fergusons Downtown. Hosted by Jayrbeatbox with entertainment by DJ WizDumd, Crykit and Duwop. Performance art on stage by national hair artists and live art by ISI and Clarice Tara. Pop-up bar on the Rooftop Deck and multiple vendors. Suggested donation of $30. All donations will go to WWF Australia.

12. Celebrated singer-songwriter Sarah McLachlan is returning to Wynn Las Vegas for 3 performances on Feb. 19, 21 and 22. Hit songs include "I Will Remember You" and "Angel." She has won 3 GRAMMYS, a Billboard Music Award and 12 Juno Awards.

13. There will be a grand re-opening of the Huntridge Shopping Center on Feb. 20. Live music, free Bobbie subs from Capriotti's Sandwich Shop, free tacos from Roberto's Taco Shop, a photo bus, games, $1 beers and more. Mayor Carolyn Goodman, Councilwoman Olivia Diaz and Congresswoman Dina Titus will be there.

The South Point hotel-casino is hosting a viewing party on Feb. 16 for the Daytona 500. Doors will open at 10 a.m. for The Showroom.