Friday, Oct. 5, 2018 | 2 a.m.
Fall has finally arrived but there’s no slowing down in Las Vegas. Thanks to a UFC mega-fight at T-Mobile Arena Saturday night, the Strip will be buzzing, but there are plenty of superstar concerts and diverse entertainment offerings to balance out the weekend.
THE MOODY BLUES The influential progressive rock outfit wraps up its limited engagement at Encore Theater with two shows this weekend, playing a double-set of greatest hits followed by landmark album “Days of Future Passed” in its entirety. October 5-6, info at wynnlasvegas.com.
DRAKE AND MIGOS The hottest hip-hop tour in the country storms into MGM Grand Garden Arena for back-to-back nights of hit music that will have the Strip bouncing to the beat. October 5-6, info at mgmgrand.com.
LAS VEGAS PHILHARMONIC Continuing its edgy musical adventures, the Las Vegas Philharmonic performs the dramatic, spine-tingling score from Alfred Hitchcock’s classic psychological-horror film score “Psycho” (by Bernard Hermann) at the Smith Center for the Performing Arts’ Reynolds Hall. October 6, info at lvphil.org.
LENNY KRAVITZ Touring behind new album “Raise Vibration,” the veteran rocker returns to Las Vegas for a concert at the Cosmopolitan’s Chelsea theater Saturday night. October 6, info at cosmopolitanlasvegas.com.
A CHOREOGRAPHERS’ SHOWCASE Cirque du Soleil and Nevada Ballet Theatre present “Art From Art: The 11th Annual Choreographers Showcase” on Sunday (and again October 13 and 14) at the Mystere Theatre at Treasure Island. More than 60 local artists from dancers to acrobats to aerialists join forces to create a one-of-a-kind and uniquely Vegas experience. October 7, info at nevadaballet.org.