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Pete Davidson, Cheap Trick, a Hawaiian celebration and more happening this week in Las Vegas

Felix Jaehn DJs at Marquee Dayclub on August 25.
  • Dry Wit at Nevada Humanities

    UNLV’s Marjorie Barrick Museum has teamed with Nevada Humanities to showcase artworks from the museum’s collection. The exhibit pairs and contrasts varying voices from the Nevada desert, including Noelle Garcia, Mikayla Whitmore, Jean Giguet and Alexa Hoyer. August 22-September 25, Monday-Friday, 1-5 p.m., free, 1017 S. 1st St. #190. –Leslie Ventura

  • Cheap Trick at Fremont Street Experience

    Three years after their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Illinois rockers behind “Surrender,” “I Want You to Want Me” and “Dream Police” are still going strong. And you get to see them for free, as part of the Fremont Street Experience’s outdoor summer concert series. August 24, 9 p.m., Third Street Stage. –Spencer Patterson

  • 9th Island Family Luau at Downtown Container Park

    Keep the summer vibes going at this all-ages island-life celebration, with food, drinks, entertainment, a rooftop tiki bar and more. The Hypnotiques and Haleamano will perform. Free, August 24, 11 a.m.-11 p.m. –Genevie Durano

  • Devote: A Brava baby Cultmunity Wedding at Sure Thing Chapel

    Talia Brava could be the “sprirsonal (spiritual/personal) cult leader of the next generation,” or a brilliant send-up of one by actor/comic Lucia Brizzi. Either way, she’s fearless and funny. August 24-25, 2 p.m., $20. 702-751-7734.–Geoff Carter

  • Free Park Entry Day at Lake Mead

    In celebration of the 103rd birthday of the National Park Service, Lake Mead National Recreation Area will waive its entry fees for the day. You should totally go for a swim or even do some fishing. August 25 –C. Moon Reed

  • Felix Jaehn at Marquee Dayclub

    The German tropical house specialist began DJing when he was just 16, and now the 24-year-old is making waves with poppy, laid-back tunes like July’s “Love on Myself” featuring Calum Scott. Get in the groove when you hear it at Marquee this Sunday. August 25, 11 a.m., $20-$30. –Leslie Ventura

  • Pete Davidson at Terry Fator Theatre

    Pete Davidson is very much a comedian of his generation. Weaned on social media and steeped in the culture of overshare, there isn’t much in his life that’s off-limits, including the death of his father, who was a first responder on 9/11. Davidson makes no secret of his health struggles, both mental and physical, as well as his romantic travails. (His short-lived romance and engagement with Ariana Grande was memorialized in the singer’s hit “Thank U, Next.”)

    Davidson has been with Saturday Night Live since 2014 (the year the show turned 40) and became the first cast member born in the ’90s. By the time last season wrapped, it was clear he was onto a new kind of comedy for the venerated skit show. “Pete Davidson had become a character, and his real life was game for comedy, wrinkles and all,” Travis M. Andrews wrote in The Washington Post. See the comedian’s ongoing autobiography when he makes his debut at Aces of Comedy in the Mirage. August 25, 8 p.m., $44-$55. –Genevie Durano

  • Starover Blue at Bunkhouse Saloon

    Take in the sweeping, melancholy sounds of this experimental dream-pop outfit when the Portlanders hit Downtown with support from locals Chameleon Queen and Laabradoor. August 27, 9 p.m., $5. –Leslie Ventura

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