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Journey at the Colosseum, lantern, food and yoga fests and more happening in Las Vegas this week

London on da Track stops at Drai’s on October 4.
  • Imagine Nevada Reception at Nevada Humanities

    Celebrate a decade of collaboration between Nevada Humanities and the Las Vegas Book Festival, featuring artists Montana Black and Gig Depio, poets Harry Fagel and Heather Lang-Cassera and others. October 3 Through November 26. 6 p.m., free. –Leslie Ventura

  • Rusty Maples at The Griffin

    The Vegas indie-scene faves are “promising to play at least one or two shows a year until we die,” and 2019’s reunion goes down—where else—Downtown on Fremont Street. With Beverly Chillz. October 3, 10 p.m., free. –Spencer Patterson

  • London on Da Track at Drai's

    Remember that Tyga and Young Thug single “Hookah”? London Tyler Holmes—aka London on da Track—created the beat in a hotel room with a laptop and speakers he bought at Walmart. He has since cooked up beats for Drake and Nicki Minaj, among others. Catch him Friday at Drai’s. October 4, 10 p.m., $40-$60. –Leslie Ventura

  • Las Vegas Food & Wine Festival at Tivoli Village

    It’s the dine-around to usher in the cooler season, featuring decadent bites from top Valley chefs including Charlie Palmer, Pierre Gagnaire, Marc Marrone and Saipin Chutima. Proceeds go to charities. $100-$150, 8 p.m. –Genevie Durano

  • Rise Lantern Festival at Jean Dry Lake Bed

    The season is changing, and it’s time to let go of the past by venturing out to the desert and releasing a lantern into the night sky in unison with others. Each ticket gets you two biodegradable lanterns. Fireworks, booze and food trucks complete the experience. October 4-6, Times vary, $79-$129, –C. Moon Reed

  • Vegas Yoga Festival at Springs Preserve

    Find your om and connect with the local yoga community. In addition to various styles of yoga, the weekend will feature meditation, sound healing, live music, healthy food and kombucha. October 5-6, 9 a.m., $20-$98, –Genevie Durano

  • Boise State at UNLV Football at Sam Boyd Stadium

    The undefeated Broncos, the perennial Mountain West power ranked No. 16 in the latest AP poll, visit upset-minded UNLV in the third-to-last Rebels game at Sam Boyd. The contest will also feature a “Celebration of the 1990s,” with an appearance by wide receiving great Randy Gatewood. Can the Rebels, 24-point underdogs, pull off a shocker to cap the party? 7:30 p.m. $17-$54. –Ray Brewer

  • Journey at The Colosseum

    The enduring appeal of the band born in 1973 San Francisco is built upon a foundation of beloved hits: “Lights,” “Separate Ways (Worlds Apart),” “Faithfully,” “Any Way You Want It,” “Open Arms,” “Wheel in the Sky” and of course, “Don’t Stop Believin’.”

    It was that last song’s infamous appearance soundtracking the final scene of HBO’s The Sopranos that sparked the current touring era of Journey, inspiring longtime members Neal Schon and Jonathan Cain to search for a legitimate replacement for Steve Perry—Arnel Pineda—to get back on the road and capitalize on the surging popularity of “Don’t Stop Believin’.”

    In Vegas, Journey has played two previous series of shows, at the Hard Rock Hotel in 2015 and 2017, and more recently visited for big tour stops at T-Mobile Arena and Mandalay Bay Events Center. The band’s residency at the recently renovated Colosseum includes 13 dates, this month and in December, including a New Year’s Eve gig. October 9-December 31, 8 p.m., $65-$270. –Brock Radke

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