Here is a list of 13 things to do in Las Vegas this week for Nov. 16 through 22:
1. Mecum Auctions is bringing 1,000 American muscle cars, classics, Corvettes, hot rods, rest mods, exotics and more to the Las Vegas Convention Center Nov. 15-17.
2. The M Resort is hosting a three-day arts, crafts and gift festival Nov. 16-19. Free swag bags to first 100 adults each day and photo opps with Santa.
3. Planets is the theme this month at CSN Planetarium . Kids can learn the secret of the cardboard rocket and laser shows feature music of Led Zeppelin and The Beatles.
4. Billy F. Gibbons from ZZ Top is bringing his color Big Bad Blues Tour to the Brooklyn Bowl on Nov. He’ll be joined by Matt Sorum, Austin Hanks and Elwood Francis.
5. Two legendary bands from the ‘80s — Great White and Slaughter — perform Nov. 16 at Golden Nugget. Top hits include “Once Bitten, Twice Shy,” “Stick It,” “Up All Night” and “Shake This Place.”
6. UNLV Opera will present 5 scenes from “No Guarantees,” an android comedy written by composer Cynthia Lee Wong with libretto by Richard Allen, on Nov. 16-17.
7. Las Vegas Harley-Davidson will host its first car show, presented by Hellkat Racers, on Nov. 17. Voting will begin at noon on the classic cars. Food and beer available for purchase.
8. The 6th annual Soul Festival on Nov. 17 at Thomas & Mack Center will feature performances by Ashanti, Keyshia Cole, Donnell Jones, Carl Thomas and many more.
9. Rockers Against Child Abuse take over Count’s Vamp’d on Nov. 17. Performances by Smashing Alice, DuoVer, London Mace, Crackerman, Nebula X and Not My Master.
10. Oscar Carrescia and the Las Vegas Camerata Orchestra return to Winchester Dondero Cultural Center on Nov. 18. The performance will feature romantic masterpieces by Beethoven, Mendelson, Chopin, Bragatto, Piazola and others.
11. President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will kick off a series of conversations across the country at the Park Theater on Nov. 18.
12. “The Cocktail Cabaret” resumes performance Nov. 21 at Caesars Palace. Songs include “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun,” “Viva Las Vegas,” “Diamonds Are Forever,” “That’s Life,” and “Bridge Over Troubled Water.” There’s also a cocktail medley and tribute to the blues.
13. There’s still time to see “The Lion King” at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts. The North American touring production has been seen by more than 20 million theatergoers. Performances continue through Nov. 25.
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