Best Options: 9 Inch Nails, Stephen Stills & & Judy Collins and more for your Las Vegas weekend

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contact) Friday, Oct. 20, 2017|2 a.m. From commercial rock to folk hits and funk jams to pop ballads, there’s lots of music on tap for the next couple of days … and dancers in light fits, too. Explore your weekend entertainment choices right here.

NINE INCH NAILS Just in time for Halloween, NIN frontman Trent Reznor and his regular partner Atticus Ross recently released a weird cover of the style from John Carpenter’s renowned 1978 horror pic “Halloween.” Carpenter’s unconventional trip lands at the Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel next weekend on Oct. 29, but Reznor and company play the exact same place Friday night, still going strong after kickstarting the Nine Inch Nails live program for celebration season. Oct. 20, details at < a href=" https://hardrockhotel.com/las-vegas-entertainment/joint-nin.php" target="_

blank” > hardrockhotel.com. STEPHEN STILLS & JUDY COLLINS Simply shy of 50 years because the release of “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes,” ’60s and ’70s folk-rock icons Stephen Stills (who wrote that collection of short songs from Crosby, Stills & & Nash’s launching album) and Judy Collins have embarked on their very first trip onstage together in conjunction with their collective album “Everybody Understands.” Their Saturday stop at the Smith Center’s Reynolds Hall assures to go down as one of our performing arts center’s most famous shows. Oct. 21, info at < a href=" https://www.thesmithcenter.com/event/stephen-stills-judy-collins/" target=" _blank

” > thesmithcenter.com. TRADITIONAL CELEBRATION JAM What time is it? Time to celebration at the Orleans Arena Saturday night when the always-funky Morris Day & & The Time blaze a trail through a multi-era, multi-genre dance fest. Traditional hip-hop, R&B and pop will be well represented with Club Nouveau, Midnight Star, Jalil and Exstasy of Whodini, Cash B and Young Hump of Digital Underground, the Sugar Hill Gang, the Furious 5 featuring Melle Mel and Scorpio, the Dazz Band and JJ Fad. Oct. 21, information at < a href=" http://www.orleansarena.com/events" target=" _

blank” > orleansarena.com. Related content TEGAN AND SARA The Canadian twin sis have actually sold more than 1 million records, won three Juno Awards and notched a Grammy election in their storied indie-pop profession, and their recent albums “Sweetheart” and “Love You to Death” have used their biggest hits. However Tegan and Sara are taking it back to 2007 with this program at the Pearl, playing advancement record “The Con” to celebrate its 10th birthday. Oct. 21, information at palms.com. ILUMINATE” America’s Got Skill” judge Howie Mandel called iLuminate “one of the best acts you can perhaps see live,” and Sunday night is your chance when the highly magical dance team turns out the lights and shines at the Reynolds Center. The program incorporates dancers of all genres, from ballet and jazz to hip hop and B-boying, amazed by glow-in-the-dark fits managed by wireless lighting systems choreographed to the music and dance. Oct. 22, details at thesmithcenter.com.

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