Here is our latest list of 13 things to do in Las Vegas for the week of Feb. 5-11:
1. The Australian hard rock band AC/DC will bring the Rock or Bust World Tour to the Grand Garden Arena at the MGM Grand on Feb. 5. "Rock or Bust" is the title of their 17th studio album and first album without co-founder Malcom Young, who left the band in 2014 after becoming ill.
2. Awolnation, an American electronic band formed and fronted by Aaron Bruno, performs Feb. 5 in the new Foundry Showroom at SLS Las Vegas. The band's hit song "Sail" has sold more than 5 million copies in the U.S. Their second studio album titled "Run" was released March 2015.
3. Singer/producer Brody Dolyniuk is bringing The Symphonic Rockshow to Reynolds Hall at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts on Feb 5. Dolyniuk and his rock band will be joined by a 21-piece orchestra led by Lon Bronson and violinist Nina DiGregorio for a performance featuring the best of British rock (Pink Floyd, The Who, Queen and Led Zeppelin).
4. Bernie Down The House, a bands for Bernie event, is taking place Feb. 5 at The Bunkhouse Saloon. Bands include Thee Swank Bastards, Illicitor, The Bonaventures, Pet Tigers, Late for Dinner, Cameron Calloway and others. There will also be comedy by Jason Harris and DJ Gables will spin between band sets.
5. Blood, Sweat & Tears is a unique jazz-rock band that rose to fame in the '60s and '70s. The band utilizes a variety of instruments to implement touches of jazz, blues, classical and folk music into their songs. Most recently, they've also added touches of pop, rock and R&B. The band performs Feb. 5 at the Golden Nugget in downtown Las Vegas.
6. Sinbad, who got his big break on "Star Search" in the '80s, performs Feb. 5 and 6 at The Orleans. Sinbad has also starred in several movies, including "Necessary Roughness," "Houseguest" and "Good Burger." He also was the star and executive producer of his own TV show, "The Sinbad Show."
7. "Reverend" Bob Levy and former WWE star Mick Foley appear Feb. 5 and 6 inside the South Point Showroom at the South Point. Levy is a regular on "The Howard Stern Show" and Foley is also known for his trademark blend of wit and wisdom.
8. The downtown arts and cultural celebration known as First Friday is back. The theme for the first month back after a break of three months is "Back To Our Future." The festival will include the ArtWalk at Casino Center and Art Way near the Arts Factory. The KidZone will be located near Boulder Avenue and First Street and the Dance DepArtment will be on First Street just north of Coolidge.
9. Rugby fans can catch all the Six Nations Rugby matches live at Ri Ra Las Vegas inside The Shoppes at Mandalay Place beginning Feb. 6 with France vs. Italy at 6:25 a.m. and Scotland vs. England at 8:50 a.m. Ireland vs. Wales will begin at 7 a.m. Feb. 8. $20 cover charge.
10. If you like karaoke and porn stars, you might want to check out Karaoke XXX on Feb. 9 at Champagnes Cafe. All adult film stars and fetish models are welcome. Fans are also welcome to attend and meet the stars, take pics and sing.
11. A new and outrageous variety show titled "Twisted Vegas" opens Feb. 9 in the International Theater at the Westgate hotel-casino. The show is hosted by French celebrity Alex Goude and features The Kristef Brothers, impressions by Costic, aerial artistry by Katya and many more. In addition, audience members will have chance to participate.
12. One of the best Johnny Cash tribute bands in the country will perform Feb. 11 at Backstage Bar & Billiards on Fremont Street. Cash'd Out will be joined by The Henchman, Gambler's Mark, The All Togethers and Yosemite Slam.
13. The American heavy metal band Lamb of God will perform along with Anthrax on Feb. 11 at Brooklyn Bowl. Lamb of God released their seventh studio album titled "VII: Sturm and Drang" in July.
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