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‘Black Panther’ director Ryan Coogler, the Pizza Festival, a Golden Knights tree-lighting and more happening this week in Las Vegas

Tchami stops at Marquee on November 16.
  • Aviation Nation Air Show at Nellis Air Force Base

    See an astounding array of planes at this free event. Watch an aerial performance by the Thunderbirds; MQ-9 Reaper and F-22 Raptor flybys; Special Ops Para-Commandos and more. November 15, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. –C. Moon Reed

  • Genevieve Tremblay at Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art

    Tremblay's art focuses on the applications of virtual and augmented reality, artificial intelligence and more. Her lecture will consider where transdisciplinary research and art meet. November 15, 1 p.m., free. –Leslie Ventura

  • Las Vegas Pizza Festival at Industrial Event Space

    It's a pie-off! More than 20 of the Valley's pizzaiolos show off their dough-tossing skills at this first-ever Vegas pizza fest. Participants include Good Pie, Pizza Rock, Naked City Pizza and Dom DeMarco's. November 16, 1-4 p.m. (VIP entry at noon), $45-$85, 2330 Industrial Road, –Genevie Durano

  • Tchami at Marquee

    After a sold-out October show in Amsterdam with Malaa, Parisian record producer Tchami (aka Martin Joseph Léonard Bresso) heads to the Cosmo for a night of shimmering future house. Peep his latest video "Rainforest" for a taste of what's in store. November 16, 10:30 p.m., $20-$30. –Leslie Ventura

  • 20th Anniversary Party at Tenaya Creek Brewery

    The locals' favorite celebrates two decades of producing craft beer with food trucks, live entertainment and unlimited pours of more than 30 brews. November 16, 3:30 p.m.-midnight, $50, 831 W. Bonanza Road. –Genevie Durano

  • Ryan Coogler at Artemus Ham Concert Hall

    UNLV's Barrick Lecture Series is the domain of superheroes. Its previous speakers have included Annie Leibovitz and Guillermo del Toro, with Anita Hill due to appear in early 2020. But as impressive as this august body might be, none of them have willed an entire nation into being. With Black Panther, producer, screenwriter and director Ryan Coogler did just that; thanks to him, Wakanda is indeed forever, no matter what Martin Scorsese has to say on the matter. (Speaking of similar cinematic miracles: Coogler's direction earned Sylvester Stallone an Oscar nomination for his acting in Creed, Stallone's first such nomination in nearly 40 years.)

    But the Oakland-born maker of Fruitvale Station probably isn't coming here just to talk about his movies. The 33-year-old is also a founding member of the Blackout for Human Rights campaign, and counsels kids at San Francisco's Juvenile Hall. Those are real superheroics, right there. November 17, 7:30 p.m., free (tickets required), –Geoff Carter

  • The Midnight Hour at Bunkhouse Saloon

    You know the names: A Tribe Called Quest DJ Ali Shaheed Muhammad and producer Adrian Younge (Ghostface Killah, Kendrick Lamar). Now experience their smooth retro-soul in person. With Loren Oden, Angela Munoz, Jack Waterson. November 19, 8 p.m., $13-$15. –Spencer Patterson

  • Tree-Lighting Ceremony at Cosmopolitan Ice Rink

    The holidays arrive at the Cosmo with a celebration hosted by Golden Knights goalie Marc-André Fleury and winger Max Pacioretty. The event will also mark the season debut of the 4,200-square-foot rooftop Ice Rink. Enjoy s'mores, hot cocoa and snow flurries—or should we say "fleurys"—as you marvel at the 36-foot Christmas tree. November 22, 6-8 p.m., free admission ($10-$25 to skate). –C. Moon Reed

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