The UNLV School of Music presents dozens of free classical music recitals and concerts every term. Most are by students, performing solo or in small groups. There are also performances by music faculty, guest artists, and visiting ensembles. Some things, such as their symphony orchestra and wind band concerts, have a small charge. You can find the complete list on their website.
Barry Manilow returns to the International Theater at The Westgate with Manilow: Las Vegas, The Hits Come Home residency, with new show dates in September and October 2019. Purchase ticket vouchers through our Box Office, and 100% of the proceeds will benefit the radio you love!
The exhibition features large-scale murals and interactive installations enriched by artist Amanda Phingbodhipakkiya’s belief that power and impact are created through connections and networks. Opening reception Sept. 13, 5P. Free. Marjorie Barrick Museum at UNLV, unlv.edu
This fall wander through the Springs Preserve's Butterfly Habitat to witness the interaction between butterflies and the plants that sustain them and learn about how important butterflies are as pollinators. Admission to the Butterfly Habitat is $2 for members, $3 for non-members.
The Farmers Market at Tivoli Village has been reimagined, putting a fresh slant on shopping local! Every Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.,with music, a children’s makerspace, fresh food vendors, and, of course, fresh produce.
Artist Shan Michael Evans’s living and evolving public art exhibition features themes of dependency, growth, change, and circumstance the world around us experiences. All day, free. Las Vegas City Hall, along First Street, through October 28. artslasvegas.org
Maryland-based artist Liz Ensz presents a comparative study of the mass-cultural investment in disposability and the human desire to imagine permanence. At the heart of her practice lies a determined material engagement, scavenger impulse, and a sincere hope for the rethinking of the valuation of people, resources, the environment, and living things. Free. CSN Fine Arts Gallery, North Las Vegas Campus, csn.edu
The focus in this exhibition is to display baskets that have differences and similarities in construction and design; all basket weavers are Native American residents of Nevada. Mon–Thu 7A–5:30P, free. City Hall Grand Gallery, 495 S. Main St., first floor, through November 7. artslasvegas.org
Clark County Wetlands Park has guided walks, talks, and programs every month. Some require advance registration. Quite a few are for kids, such as Nature Tales, which includes a story and a craft. Guided walks are for ages 10 and over. Also, art classes for all ages.
This annual invitational exhibition brings Nevada artists and poets together to share their visions, their voices, and the ideas that can be shared through art and verse. Free. Nevada Humanities Program Gallery, 1017 S. First St., nevadahumanities.org
After the death of her brilliant but troubled father, Alison delves into her family's history, exploring her memories of growing up in her uniquely dysfunctional family. Fri–Sat 7:30P; Sun 2P, $28. Judy Bayley Theatre at UNLV, unlv.edu
This collaboration between Cirque du Soleil and Nevada Ballet Theatre is celebrating its 12th year of performances. Sat–Sun, 1P, $29–$49. Mystere Theatre, Treasure Island Hotel and Casino, tickets through thesmithcenter.com
This dynamic concert features the earthy voice and soulful stage presence of singer-songwriter Grimm, winner of season five of America’s Got Talent. 8P, $30–$49. Oct 8 & 22, Myron’s Cabaret Jazz at The Smith Center, thesmithcenter.com.
Big Boys Toys, the worlds premier innovation and luxury lifestyle exhibition is going to make its action packed Las Vegas debut. Purchase ticket vouchers through our Box Office, and 100% of the proceeds will benefit the radio you love!
All the more fun in costume, enjoy nightly entertainment, trick-or-treat stations, midway carnival games, festive pumpkin displays, gifts, goodies, rides, and more. 5:30–9P, $15-$22. Opportunity Village, opportunityvillage.org