Here is a list of 13 things to do this week in Las Vegas for the week of Nov. 20-26:
1. The Suicide Girls: Blackheart Burlesque show is a provocative tribute to pop culture. The sexy/geeky show pokes fun at "Star Wars," Game of Thrones," "Planet of the Apes" and more. One night only inside Vinyl at the Hard Rock on Nov. 20.
2. Celebrate Denise's birthday with The Mapes, The Maxiers, Undercover Monsters and Melanie and the Midnight Marauders on Nov. 20 at the Dive Bar.
3. Undefeated No. 1 rated super middleweight Gilbert "Zurdo" Ramire from Mexico and George Khatchikian of the Netherlands, who is making his U.S. debut, will meet in the ring on Nov. 20 inside The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan.
4. Eric Burdon & The Animals have rocked the music scene since the early 1960's. Hits include "House of the Rising Sun" and "We Gotta Get Out Of This Place." Check them out on Nov. 20 at the Golden Nugget.
5. If you are looking for the newest, latest and greatest in winter accessories, head to Cashman Center Nov. 21-22 for SnowJam Ski & Snowboard Show. Receive a free lift ticket for Brian Head Resort with paid admission.
6. Orny Adams has written jokes for Jay Leno and Garry Shandling. He co-starred in Jerry Seinfeld's documentary "Comedian." Be prepared to laugh when he takes the stage Nov. 21 at the Red Rock Resort.
7. The Rebels and the Aztecs will take the field on Nov. 21 when the University of Nevada Las Vegas hosts San Diego State at Sam Boyd Stadium.
8. The renowned punk rock band Rise Against takes the stage at the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center on Nov. 21. Rise Against emerged on the scene in 1999. They've released 7 albums to date. Opening acts include Killswitch Engage and Letlive.
9. New Found Glory and Yellowcard perform Nov. 21 at the Brooklyn Bowl. New Found Glory is an American pop punk band from Coral Springs, Florida. Yellowcard, a rock band based in Los Angeles, is known for their unique usage of a violin in their music.
10. Bret Michael's True Grit tour is making a stop in Las Vegas on Nov. 21-22. Michaels rose to fame as the bandana-wearing lead singer of the metal band Poison. He'll perform in the Orleans Showroom.
11. Game Night takes place every Wednesday night at The Bunkhouse Saloon. Play checkers, chess, card games, and Scrabble. Trivia hosted by Ryand Pardey. $1 beer and free pizza.
12. The musical "'Twas A Girls Night Before Christmas: The Musical" resonates with everyone who has survived a holiday season and long visits from the in-laws and crowed malls. Opens Nov. 24 in Troesh Studio Theater at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts.
13. The best athletes in FMX, BMX and more are bring Nitro Circus Live featuring unbelievable tricks, insane stunts and outlandish antics to the MGM Grand Garden on Nov. 21.
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