Best Bets: Calibash, The Moody Blues, Bell Biv DeVoe and more for your Las Vegas weekend

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Mark Owens The Moody Blues open a four-show perform at Repetition Theater this

from traditional rock to Latin pop to hip-hop. Go forth and listen, and perhaps catch a hot brand-new program at Paris Las Vegas, too. THE MOODY BLUES The English icons and prog-rock pioneers are bringing their” Days of Future Passed” 50th anniversary trip to Wynn’s Encore Theater for 4 programs extending beyond the weekend on Tuesday, Jan. 30. and Wednesday, Jan. 31. Expect an opening set of greatest hits followed by a performance of 1967’s groundbreaking album of the same name in its whole. Jan. 26 & 27, information at wynnlasvegas.com. INFERNO The latest production program to

strike the Strip combines cinematic pyrotechnics with illusions and action-packed stuntwork at the Paris Theater. “Inferno,” conceived by Swedish magician and “Illusionist of the Decade “award-winner Joe Labero, made a fiery launching this week and continues Wednesdays through Sundays. Jan. 26-28, information at caesars.com. DIVAS DAY OUT Yearly females’s occasion Divas Day Out is back at the South Point all

day Saturday, featuring totally free admission and parking with access to numerous businesses displaying their offerings; tons of local information on house design, education, charm, fitness, family management and preparation; and home entertainment from” Divas Las Vegas “star Frank Marino and the Thunder From Down Under male revue. Jan. 27, details at divasdayoutlasvegas.com. Related material BELL BIV DEVOE The hip-hop/R & B trio behind” Poison”– you know, that songyou still dance to when it

begins the radio– are touring steadily again thanks to a boost from last year’s BET miniseries “The New Edition Story.” BBD takes the phase at Mandalay Bay Events Center Saturday night with support from SWV( “Weak, “” Right Here,” “I’m So Into You “) and rap attires EPMD and Whodini. Jan. 27, details at mandalaybay.com. CALIBASH If you were looking forward to capturing last year’s breakthrough Latin super star Luis Fonsi(” Despacito”) at the 2nd Calibash Las Vegas performance at T-Mobile Arena, you run out luck. But he’s been changed on this all-star bill with Park Theater resident Ricky Martin, who joins Jennifer Lopez, increasing reggaeton artists Farruko, Ozuna and Bad Bunny, and more. Jan. 27, details at calibashlasvegas.com.

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