Here is the latest roundup of 13 things to do in Las Vegas for the week of March 25 through 31:
1. Zappos and Rogue Toys are hosting a one-day celebration of Las Vegas nerd community, Fandom Friday, on March 25 at the Zappos headquarters in downtown Las Vegas. There will be gaming, toys, comics, cosplay, art, food trucks, and more. More than 30 local vendors are participating.
2. Justin Bieber is back in Las Vegas for a performance March 25 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. Bieber will perform some of his newest songs including "Sorry" and "What Do You Mean."
3. The Downtown Container Park is hosting the Spring Wine Walk from 3 to 6 p.m. March 26. There will be bubbles and wine stations throughout the park. Limited tickets available.
4. The Rat City Ruckus pulls into the Stratosphere on March 26. There will be a car show featuring pre-1975 or special interest vehicles, a bike show, the Ms. Ruckus contest, and live music.
5. The Alan Parsons Live Project is coming to The Smith Center for the Performing Arts on March 26. The greatest hits tour will feature favorites like "Sirius," "Eye in the Sky," "Time," "Damned If I Do" and "Don't Answer Me."
6. Kim Whitley and David Arnold are bringing their "He Said! She Said!" comedy show to the Aliante on March 26. Watching them is like watching two longtime friends laugh and joke about everything from their personal lives to what's happening in the world today.
7. The legendary Sophia Loren will appear inside the Venetian Theatre at The Venetian for one night only on March 26. The renowned actress for more than decades has received multiple awards including five Golden Globes and the Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award.
8. In celebration of Slayer's 12th album, Repentless, the group makes a stop inside the Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel on March 26 during their 2016 North American Tour. They will be joined by Testament and Carcass.
9. Singer Gene Ferrari will bring the power of lover to the Italian-American Club on March 26 during his "Last of the Romantics" concert at 8 p.m. The Italian singer has been compared to Engelbert Humperdinck and Tom Jones. He toured with Don Rickles for several years and has opened for a variety of stars. He'll be backed by the Mariano Longo Orchestra.
10. The Black Lillies, an Americana band from Knoxville, Tennessee, will perform March 29 inside Vinyl at the Hard Rock hotel and casino. The band is known for their mix of progressive bluegrass, blues, jazz, country and pop.
11. The Chicago Cubs will make their 12th straight appearance in Las Vegas for Big League Weekend at Cashman Field. They will meet the 2015 National League Champions New York Mets on the field for two games on March 31 and April 1. The games are expected to sell out.
12. Greensky Bluegrass is a band that plays acoustic instruments, but puts on a rock-and-roll show. The band plays up to 175 shows a year, including many music festivals. Greensky Bluegrass performs March 31 at the Brooklyn Bowl.
13. 95.5 The Bull's 8th annual Guitar Pull is happening March 31 in the Grand Event Center at Green Valley Ranch. This year's event will feature Hunter Hayes, Juston Moore, Charles Kelley, Kip Moore and Kelsea Ballerini.
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