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Rhett & Link, Yoga Day, Shakespeare at the Ranch and more to do this week in Las Vegas

Kungs plans JEMAA at NoMad on June 22.
  • Rhett & Link at GVR Grand Events Center

    If you haven’t seen the YouTube stars eat gross stuff like python cupcakes frosted with snake skin or grasshopper cookies mixed with actual grasshoppers and chocolate sauce, you clearly haven’t spent enough time watching Good Mythical Morning, their simultaneously sidesplitting and stomach-churning show. Catch Rhett & Link live for a taste of comedy gold. June 21, 8 p.m., $41-$74. –Genevie Durano

  • International Day of Yoga at Downtown Summerlin

    Find your om during this worldwide celebration, with live music, refreshments and complimentary yoga classes from TruFusion. All ages and skill levels are welcome. June 21, 5-9 p.m., the Lawn. –Genevie Durano

  • Kungs at Jemaa

    The 21-year-old French producer, born Valentin Brunel, creates tunes that are perfect for the pool. His black and white “Be Right Here” music video, a collaboration with Stargate and GLDN, even features the young DJ poolside, snuggled up with Colombian model Carolina Jaramillo. Brighten up your weekend when Kungs hits the decks, complete with live instrumentation. June 22, 11 a.m., $20-30. –Leslie Ventura

  • Antisocial Media at Recycled Propaganda

    Izaac Zevalking, the provocative street artist who calls himself Recycled Propaganda, does expert work lampooning corporate targets. This Saturday, at his eponymous Main Street gallery, he’ll throw a wrench into the social media apparatus. The show also features works by Juan Cardenas and Azia Skeen, and the first 50 arrivals get a free print. June 22, 7 p.m., free. –Geoff Carter

  • Bor Log III at Bunkhouse Saloon

    The helmet-clad, one-man punk-blues band responsible for such deathless classics as “Boob Scotch” headlines a simpatico bill that includes The Fat Dukes of F*ck, Sheiks of Neptune and The Swamp Gospel. June 22, 9 p.m., $10-$15. –Geoff Carter

  • Reek Rock 13 at Clark County Library

    With dizzying heights, gorgeous vistas and impressive athletic feats, rock climbing makes a great subject for documentary film. Since 2006, Reel Rock has been touring the country, bringing the year’s best climbing docs to fans as a sort of roving film festival. The latest iteration, Reel Rock 13, features four incredible adventure stories.

    Up to Speed explores the sub-discipline of speed climbing, which will be an Olympic sport in 2020. Queen Maud Land follows six elite climbers (including Las Vegas’ own star Alex Honnold) on their climbing quests to Antarctica. Valley of the Moon is a story of cross-cultural connection, as international climbers and local guides team up to make the sandstone walls in the Jordan desert a climbing destination. In Age of Ondra, world-class climber Adam Ondra seeks to expand the limits of the sport by climbing the hardest grade of wall in one try. “Despite all the pressure that you feel,” Ondra says in the film’s trailer, “you have to control all these doubts and just go for it without any fear.” June 23, Free, 7 p.m. (arrive as early as 6 p.m. to pick up required wristband). –C. Moon Reed

  • Drag Queen Bingo at Place on 7th

    With the cheeky tagline “the only time we’ll show you our balls,” Drag Queen Bingo is a fun and glamorous bimonthly event that just marked its one-year anniversary. Play a round to celebrate Pride Month and commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots. June 25, 6:30 p.m., free. –C. Moon Reed

  • A Midsummer Night's Dream at Super Summer Theatre

    The Shakespeare classic gets reimagined as a “concert fantastic” by the Lab LV. Song and dance augment the tale of star-crossed lovers and mistaken identities. June 26-July 13, Wednesday-Saturday, 8 p.m., $15. –C. Moon Reed

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