Here is a list of 13 things to do in Las Vegas for the week of Dec. 25-31:
1. The American Diddley Idols perform Dec. 25 through 27 at Ri Ra Las Vegas inside Mandalay Place. The American Diddley Idols is a pure Irish-American party duo from New York City who mix traditional Irish music and party rock using a variety of instruments.
2. If you can't take a joke, this show may not be for you. Lisa Lampenelli, known as the "Queen of Mean," is back for the Lipshtick Comedy Series on Dec. 26 at The Venetian. Lampanelli's unique and abrasive style has occasionally landed her in hot water, but it has also earned her a lot of fans.
3. The Bunkhouse Saloon is hosting a holiday tribute to the Rolling Stones on Dec. 26. The free show will feature performances by The Lucky Cheats, The Laissez Fairs, The Astaires, Sticky Lady Fingers, The Santanic Majesty, Jeff Mix and more.
4. R&B singer Keith Sweat, who is widely credited as a pioneer of new jack swing, performs on Dec. 26 at Primm Valley Resort & Casino. Sweat performs with Color Me Badd, which rose to fame with their hit singles "I Wanna Sex You Up" and "All 4 Love."
5. Comedian Dat Phan is known for his youthful energy and truly unique life experiences. He shares his experience of being an American with a Vietnamese through his comedy and inspects ridiculous stereotypes. He performs Dec. 26 at the South Point.
6. Otherwise, an American rock band from Las Vegas, has released 2 full-length albums on the independent label Century Media Records titled "True Love Never Dies" in 2012 and "Peace At All Costs" in 2014. The band performs Dec. 26 inside Vinyl at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.
7. Jerry Seinfeld, who is best known for his role on one of the most popular and successful sitcoms on American television, is back at Caesars Palace on Dec. 27 and 27. Seinfeld also launched the internet show "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" in 2012.
8. If you are a fan of the Beatles, then you don't want to miss a performance by The Fab Four on Dec. 26 or 27 at the Suncoast. The California-based tribute band has been performing music by the Beatles since 1997.
9. If basketball is your thing, head to the South Point Dec. 27 through 30 for the D3 Hoops Classic. Participating Division III teams include Bethel, Millsaps, St Vincent, Mary Hardin-Baylor, DeSales, Carthage, George Fox, Pacific Lutheran, Ramapo, Skidmore, LaVerne, UW-Stout, Whitworth, Calvin.
10. Motley Crue will bring its final tour titled "All Bad Things Must Come To An End" to the MGM Grand Garden Arena on Dec. 27. Motley Crue is comprised of Vince Neil (vocals), Mick Mars (guitars), Nikki Sixx (bass) and Tommy Lee (drums). The band has sold more than 80 million albums over the last 30 years. Very special guest Alice Cooper.
11. Santa Fe and the Fat City Horns is one of the most exciting, versatile and creative bands in Las Vegas. The band is comprised of some of the finest musicians in the city, who back artists such as Carlos Santana, Celine Dion and Donny & Marie Osmond. Catch their performance on Dec. 28 in the Cabaret Jazz Theater at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts.
12. Big Bad Voodoo Daddy rose to fame with their appearance on the soundtrack for the movie "Swingers" and continue to be a hit with fans today. They will bring their wild and contemporary style of swing revival music to the Orleans Showroom on Dec. 29 and 30.
13. Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox will take over Rose.Rabbit.Lie at The Cosmopolitan from Dec. 30 to Jan. 2. Postmodern Jukebox is a genre-busting, rotating collective of performers who have built a massive following by reimagining modern pop hits with a vintage twist.
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