Best Bets: Hall & & Oates, Buckingham & & McVie, Pitbull and more for your Las Vegas weekend


Scott Harrison/Retna Hall & & Oates performs at T-Mobile Arena this weekend.

PITBULL: TIME OF OUR LIVES “Mr. Worldwide” has actually completely reconfigured his resident performance at the Axis at Planet Hollywood for this newest run. Anticipate this non-stop celebration production ton include lots of hits from his most recent album Climate Modification as well as some teasers from his upcoming Spanish-language album. July 21-22 (and continuing through August 5), information at 702-777-6737 or < a href="” target=” _ blank” > I LIKE THE 90S TRIP Game-changing woman group TLC headings the current variation of this nostalgia fest, which has the tendency to lean heavily on R&B, pop and dance music considering that those were the dominant pop noises of the years. The lineup for the Friday night show at the Downtown Las Vegas Occasions Center also includes Rob Base (” It Takes 2″), Coolio (” Gangsta’s Paradise”), Color Me Badd (” I Wan na Sex You Up”) and C+C Music Factory (” Everybody Dance Now”). July 21, details at 800-745-3000 or < a href="" target=" _ blank"

> JONNY LANG From his huge development album Lie to Me as a 16-year-old blues prodigy to his No. 1 Signboard Blues album Defend My Soul in 2013, Jonny Lang has actually matured onstage with a guitar in his hands. And at 36, he’s not nearly done, with Signs slated for a September release. You may capture some of those brand-new tunes when he plays the Railhead at Boulder Station Saturday night. July 22, info at 702-43-7777 or < a href="" target=" _ blank


Related content HALL & & OATES AND TEARS FOR FEARS Rock-and-roll Hall of Famers Daryl Hall and John Oates have actually performed frequently in Las Vegas through the years, typically at midsized casino auditorium. This weekend offers a possibility to experience their soulful sound at T-Mobile Arena as the duo’s trip with English synth-pop outfit Tears for Worries arrive at the Strip, with the added benefit of an opening acoustic performance by Washington State “hippie soul” vocalist Allen Stone. July 22, information at 702-692-1600 or < a href="" target

=” _ blank “> t-mobilearena. com. LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM & CHRISTINE MCVIE Prior to the bustling Park Theater revives its trio of resident production programs from Cher, Bruno Mars and Ricky Martin for August and September sets, the venue sneaks in concerts from nation legend Kenny Rogers on Friday and Fleetwood Mac members Buckingham and McVie on Saturday. Get down to the Monte Carlo and get ready for some classics in addition to tracks from their just recently released, 10-song duets albumJuly 22, details at 844-600-7275 or

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