Here is this week's list of 13 things to do around Las Vegas for the week of Sept. 2 through 8:
1. The theme for this month's First Friday celebration in Downtown Las Vegas is Friday Night Fever. The event features local artists, live entertainment and plenty of food and drink options.
2. Comedian Kevin Hart will perform Sept. 2 at The Cosmopolitan. His performance is actually part of HartBeat Weekend. There will also be a comedy show on Sept. 3, a performance by Mackelmore & Ryan Lewis at The Boulevard Pool and celebrity appearances at Marquee Nightclub.
3. Air Supply is well known for their ballads including "All Out of Love," "Making Love Out of Nothing at All" and "Every Woman in the World." Air Supply performs Sept. 2-4 inside the Orleans Showroom at The Orleans.
4. Larry Flynt's Hustler Club will host Midget Wrestling with the Half Pint Brawlers and Half Pint Betties on Sept. 2 and 3. The midget mayhem starts at 11 p.m.
5. Smash Mouth, known for hit songs including "All-Star," "Can't Get Enough of You, Baby" and "Then the Morning Comes," perform in a free concert on Fremont Street on Sept. 3.
6. The Los Lonely Boys from Texas is comprised of brothers Henry, Jojo and Ringo. They got their start as backup singers for their father Ringo Garza St. They perform Sept. 3 in The Railhead at Boulder Station.
7. The Australian Pink Floyd is not just any tribute band. They strive to recreate the look and feel of Pink Floyd's later tours. The group performs Sept. 3 in The Pearl at The Palms.
8. Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers perform Sept. 3 at Foxtail and Sept. 4 at The Foundry inside SLS Las Vegas. The Arizona-based quartet is known for vivid lyrics, guitar riffs and a full-bodied rhythm section.
9. Hollywood U2 will perform the best of U2 during Saturday Night Swim on Sept. 3 at the Downtown Grand. Hollywood U2 is based in Los Angeles and have been called the world's greatest U2 tribue band.
10. Love and Theft perform Sept. 3 at Stoney's Rockin Country. The country music group released their 3rd studio album "Whiskey on My Breath" in 2015.
11. Juliette Lewis has had a long career in both movies and music. She took a break from singing for 6 years but now she is back. She performs Sept. 5 at Brooklyn Bowl.
12. "The Mystery of Edwin Drood," a warm-heart musical about a Jekyll-and-Hyde choirmaster who is madly in love with his music student and then disappears one night, opens at Spring Mountain Ranch State Park on Sept. 8.
13. A new show titled "Cherry Boom Boom Live" opens Sept. 8 at Tropicana Las Vegas. The show features 75 minutes of American music, immersive staging and electrifying dance. It features classic rock songs by Lenny Kravitz, Led Zeppelin, Joan Jett and Elvis.