Here is a list of 13 things to do in Las Vegas for the week of Jan. 8-14:
1. Inspire Theater on East Fremont Street will host a comedy show on Jan. 8 to celebrate its one-year anniversary. Lineup includes David Gborie, Jozalyn Sharp and Sam Tallent. Hosted by Will Edwards and Matt Wiegand.
2. The most anticipated motorcycle auction of the year continues through Sunday at the South Point. The auction includes more than 700 antique and collector bikes. One special bike is a 2014 Indian Chief with 200,000 hand-laid Swarovski crystals.
3. Recycled Percussion has a new show titled "Chaos & Confetti" inside the Saxe Theater at Planet Hollywood. The interactive show, which features a homage to the top 10 rock songs of all time, is fun for both kids and adults. Recycled Percussion got its start at a high school talent show in 1994.
4. Willie Nelson, who has performed for more than 60 years and has 200 albums to his credit, will perform inside The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan on Jan. 8.
5. Legendary singer, songwriter and guitarist John Fogerty kicks off an eight-show residency at The Venetian on Jan. 8. The show is titled "Fortunate Son in Concert" and will celebrate the music and culture of the 1960s, with special focus on the year of 1969.
6. Clark County Poet Laureate Bruce Isaacson will host a session on the poetry of the great French poet Arthur Rimbaud on Jan. 9 at Winchester Cultural Center. The session will be followed by an open reading.
7. The 2nd annual Law Enforcement Appreciation Day takes place Jan. 9 at Police Memorial Park. Special appearances by Mayor Goodman and Sheriff Lombardo. Live entertainment, crafts for kids, food trucks, and representatives from various departments and agencies.
8. A Flock of Seagulls, who became famous in the 80s for their teased hair and the hit "I Ran (So Far Away)," performs Jan. 9 at the Suncoast. Other hits include "Magic," "Who's That Girl" and "Standing in the Doorway."
9. The English rock band Muse will bring its Drones World Tour to Mandalay Bay on Jan. 9. The band's stage design and configuration gives fans a true 360-degree audio/visual sensory experience. The band has been described as better than U2.
10. A grand opening bash for Robin Slonina's new art studio at the Arts Factory on Jan. 9 will feature live music, gift bags, body paint models, charity raffle, and art exhibits throughout the building.
11. The Las Vegas Philharmonic, led by conductor Donato Cabrera, performs Mason Bates' "Devil's Radio," which has been described as equal parts darkness and groove. Special guest appearance by charismatic Croatian pianist Martina Filjak. Performances Jan. 9-14 at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts.
12. The steampunk concert fantasy "Alice" is back at Brooklyn Bowl on The LINQ Promenade on Jan. 12.
13. Canadian musician Burton Cummings, who is best known as the lead singer for the rock band The Guess Who, opens Jan. 14 at The Orleans. Hit songs include "Stand Tall," "I'm Scared" and "Fine State of Affairs." The music icon will perform through Jan. 17.
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