The following is 13 things to do this week in the Las Vegas area for Aug. 19 through 25:
1. Super Summer Theatre's "Bring It On" tells the story of a cheerleader who is forced to go to a new school and helps the dance crew make their way to the national cheer championships. Shows are Wednesdays through Saturdays at Spring Mountain Ranch State Park.
2. Hopped Golf is taking place Aug. 19 on the 4th floor of Topgolf. Hopped Golf is a brand-new craft beer experience from the creators at Motley Brews. There will be great craft beer (more than 20 to try), fun pub games like cornhole and pong, and open golf bays.
3. The Hard Hat Lounge is hosting the Dead Man's Party on Aug. 19. DJ Hallows will host the evening and the event will feature the return of DJ Romeo Romantic. The DJs will spin death rock, post-punk, new wave, surf, 80s music, music from horror movies and more. $3 PBR tall boys.
4. One of America's most endearing singers, Tony Orlando, performs Aug. 19 through 21 at the South Point. Orlando has sold millions of records, appeared on a popular television variety series and several movies and performed on Broadway. He will sing the fan favorite "Tie A Yellow Ribbon 'Round The Ole Oak Tree" at each South Point Show.
5. One of America's greatest rock and roll bands, Huey Lewisand The News, performs Aug. 19 at Mandalay Beach. Hit songs include "Heart of Rock & Roll," "Stuck With You," "Workin' For A Living'" and "The Power of Love." The show is part of the Concerts on the Beach series and attendees are encouraged to bring their blankets and wade in the surf during the show.
6. The Southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd is known for their blues, rock and country-infused sound. Their first hit single "Free Bird" sold more than 1 million copies. The band performs with Peter Frampton, one of the biggest rock stars of the 70s, on Aug. 19 inside The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan.
7. Paul Revere's Raiders with Mitch Ryder performs Aug. 19 at the Golden Nugget. Throughout the 60s and 70s, Paul Revere and The Raiders had a string of hits on the charts. Paul Revere passed away in 2014 and his son Jamie took over. Long-time members including Doug Heath, Ron Foos and Danny Krause will rock the stage in this fantastic show along with Tommy Scheckel, the 27 year veteran of The Buckinghams.
8. All superheroes will be admitted for free on Aug. 20 and 21 to the Springs Preserve. Come in costume as your favorite comic crusader and enjoy movies, stories, a magic show, crafts and more. There will also be free frosty treats. Free admission for all ages.
9. It's not too late to get tickets to one of the year's hottest parties. AFAN's Black & White Party is taking place in a brand-new location this year on Aug. 20. It's the 30th anniversary of the party and fundraiser that features live performances, wild costumes, celebrities, prizes and more. The party is taking place at the Aria. Attendees must wear black and white.
10. Rock of Vegas presents Melissa Etheridge in concert on Aug. 20 at Fremont Street Experience. Etheridge stormed onto the American rock scene in 1988 with the released of her critically-acclaimed, self-titled debut album. Hit songs include "Bring Me Some Water," "No Souvenirs" and "Ain't It Heavy." She will perform on the 3rd Street Stage.
11. More than 60 local artisans and crafters will offer gifts for every occasion during the Artisan Craft Festival on Aug. 21 at Sam's Town. There will be fine art, jewelry and crafts. There will also be live entertainment, games and contests from the sponsors and vendors.
12. The legendary Culture Club performs Aug. 21 at The Pearl at The Palms. It is one of only a handful of concert dates in the U.S and it is the first time in 12 years the band has played together with original members, Mikey Craig (bass guitar), Roy Hay (guitar and keyboards), Jon Moss (drums and percussion) and flamboyant frontman Boy George (lead vocals). The band is promoting its new album titled "Tribes" with legendary producer Youth.
13. If you love heavy metal music, don't miss Slipknot with Marilyn Manson on Aug. 21 at the T-Mobile Arena. Slipknot formed in 1995 in Des Moines, Iowa, and became known for its attention-grabbing image and aggressive style of music. Marilyn Manson is known for his controversial stage personality and is best known for his records titled "Antichrist Superstar" and "Mechanical Animals," which were released in the 90s.