Brock talks with Luxor headlining comedian Carrot Top and checks out 10-year-old Aria.
Plenty of fun awaits this weekend all around Vegas, whether you prefer a “Cheeseburger in Paradise” or you’d rather be “Runnin’ With the Devil.” Also, Mickey Mouse will be here. Choose wisely.
DISNEY ON ICE Have you been searching for a family friendly show since all the extra holiday events ran their course? Search no further. “Mickey’s Search Party” is the latest edition of the touring Disney on Ice production and it’s taking over the Thomas & Mack Center all weekend long. January 10-12, info at unlvtickets.com.
ESCAPE TO MARGARITAVILLE The hit Broadway production based on the familiar music of Jimmy Buffett lands at Reynolds Hall at the Smith Center this weekend and you don’t have to be a Parrothead to appreciate this upbeat story and colorful presentation. Admit it: You could use a trip to a tropical paradise. January 10-12, info at thesmithcenter.com.
DAVID LEE ROTH Diamond Dave debuted his new House of Blues residency Wednesday night with a slew of Van Halen hits like “Panama” and “Jump” and a few of his favorite recordings as a solo artist, “Just Like Paradise” and the classic cover “Just a Gigolo.” He even threw in a little Elvis, naturally. “David Lee Roth Rocks Vegas” continues at Mandalay Bay this weekend. January 10-11, info at houseofblues.com.
KEITH URBAN The Australian country-rock superstar has a big year of touring in front of him and he’ll be playing at least a dozen of those shows on the Las Vegas Strip at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace. The fun starts the next two weekends. January 10-11, info at caesars.com.
LIVERPOOL LEGENDS In case you haven’t noticed, the M Resort at the southern tip of the Vegas Valley has been expanding and diversifying its entertainment offerings in recent months. Next up is this acclaimed Beatles tribute act, which has played to sold-out arenas and venues around the world and lands at the M Pavilion on Saturday. January 11, info at themresort.com.