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What to Do in Las Vegas This Weekend (July 16 – 18)

Dance at Usher’s residency, delve into the paranormal with Alain Nu, and eat some good food at a bluegrass brunch this weekend in Las Vegas

1. Kick off the weekend with Usher

Admit it, you doubted this show would see the light. We all did. When Usher announced Las Vegas residency plans in the midst of global upheaval, people were stunned. Would this work? Would concertgoers still want to fill a theater? The answer is a resounding YES. This weekend, you can celebrate the start of Usher’s groundbreaking Las Vegas residency. The party starts Friday night with the crooner’s first-ever performance at the Colosseum inside Caesars Palace. Show dates continue until next January.

Buy tickets here.

2. Experience The Truth with Alain Nu

What is the truth? You’ll find out at Alain Nu. Prepare to have your senses amazed and your mind tantalized. Alain Nu touches on the paranormal, channeling unseen forces to mesmerizing effect. You can watch old episodes of TLC’s The Mysterious World of Alain Nu to get a taste of the show.

The Truth starring Alain Nu is performed at the Alexis Park Resort Friday through Saturday nights at 5 pm. You can buy tickets here.

3. See and be seen at Drai’s Beach Club

Las Vegas pool parties are LEGENDARY. Figure out why at Drai’s Beach Club. You’ll be able to check out glorious views of the Strip from The Cromwell rooftop as well as the beautiful people surrounding you. This Saturday, Juicy J is manning the DJ booth.

Register for the guestlist here.

4. Try out a southern BBQ brunch

Who doesn’t love a great weekend brunch? This Sunday, head out to Downtown Vegas for Soulbelly BBQ’s new Bluegrass Brunch. From 12 to 3 pm, enjoy Southern favorites like a boozy bourbon Bloody Mary and smoked turkey hash with eggs. To complete the experience, the popular local bluegrass band Pitchfork will play a set.

5. Learn about wine

Grape Expectations School of Winemaking is hosting a free open house this Sunday at the Vegas Valley Winery. From 4 to 5:30 pm, learn about the art of making wine and sip on a few samples. Register here to guarantee your spot.

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