Here is a list of 13 things to do this week in Las Vegas for the week of Sept. 30 through Oct. 6:
1. The Pure Aloha Festival is taking place Sept. 30 through Oct. 2 at the Silverton hotel-casino. Enjoy Hawaiian, Japanese, Korean, Filipino and other types of food. There will also be hula dancing, a carnival and live music.
2. The Big LeBOWLski featuring the 420 Comic is happening on Sept. 30 at Brooklyn Bowl. The event, which is free to attend, will be dedicated to the iconic Coen Brothers film "The Big Lebowski" and there will be film screeings, costume contests, White Russian specials and more. Screenings are at 8 and 11 p.m.
3. Night Ranger, known for their high-energy performances, had a string of hits in the '80s including "Sister Christian" and "When You Close Your Eyes." They perform Sept. 30 at the Golden Nugget in downtown Las Vegas.
4. Alice In Chains has had multiple GRAMMY nominations and have sold more than 20 million albums worldwide. The band is one of the Big Four groups to emerge from Seattle in the '90s and helped change modern rock. They perform Oct. 1 in The Joint at the Hard Rock.
5. Michael Bolton has sold more than 53 million records, won multiple GRAMMY awards and earned a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame. He's performing Oct. 1 at The Cannery on East Craig Road. Bolton has performed with Pavarotti and Ray Charles and written songs for Barbra Streisand and KISS.
6. If you like garage sales, Mountain's Edge community is hosting a fall community garage sale on Oct. 1. The one-day event will feature 65 sales in Exploration Park and more than 250 participating home sales.
7. The Bad Boy Family Reunion Tour will stop at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on Oct. 1. Performers include Puff Daddy, Lil Kim, Mase, Faith Evans, Mario Winans, 112 Total, Carl Thomas, The Lox and French Montana.
8. Reggae on the Bay at Mandalay Bay on Oct. 1 and 2 will feature reggae stars Common Kings, Maxi Priest, Fortunate Youth, Hirie, Freddie McGregor, Sister Carol, Lady Reiko and DJ Green Lion. Single day and two day passes available.
9. The 54th annual Art in the Park is taking place Oct. 1 and 2 in Boulder City. It is one of the largest outdoor juried art festivals in the Southwest. A portion of proceeds will benefit the Boulder City Hospital Foundation. More than 10,000 attend each year.
10. The Temptations began their musical career in Detroit in the early '60s and had many hits during the '60s and '70s while with Motown Records. Hits include "The Way You Do The Things You Do," "Ain't Too Proud to Beg," "My Girl," "It's Growing" and "Beauty is Only Skin Deep." They perform Oct. 1 and 2 at The Orleans.
11. Begin your Halloween celebration early with Burly-Q Revue on Oct. 2 at the Double Down Saloon. The show will feature Danger Devlin, Jordan Rooks, Miss Michelle Bell and Penni Piper. Hosted by the foul-mouthed femcee Miss Miranda Glamour. Music by Johnny Zig and the Highlighters.
12. Hooters is home to a new show titled "Comedy Daredevil," starring the comedy duo of AmberLynn and Ryann Stock from "America's Got Talent." The danger-packed sideshow has everything from chainsaws to power drills to a lawn mower.
13. Some of the biggest names in gospel will perform during the Festival of Praise on Oct. 5 at The Orleans. The lineup includes Fred Hammond, Israel Houghton, Regina Belle and Karen Clark Sheard. Also performing are favorites Hezekiah Walker and Casey J. Comedian "Earthquake" will serve as host for the evening.
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