Friday: The Las Vegas Film Festival continues through Sunday at Inspire Theater and Fremont Country Club. Some films are already sold out but there are plenty left to choose from. You can see the full schedule here. Films start at 1 p.m. Individual tickets are available for $12 and weekend passes for $120.
From the screen to the ring, Knockout Night at the D brings two matches: Chuy Gutierrez vs. Demond Brock and Alex Flores vs. Razvan Cojanu from 6 to 11 p.m. Tickets $15 and up.
California-based hip-hop artist Del The Funky Homosapien graces the Backstage Bar and Billiards stage with special guests Richie Cunning and Pure Powers. The Oakland emcee appeared on Mr. Lif’s latest album Don’t Look Down and Dan the Automator’s “What Makes the World Go Round(Money!)” for George Clooney’s newest movie Money Monster. The man’s been busy. Show starts at 8 p.m. Tickets $20
Comedian couple Natasha Leggero, known for her appearances on Comedy Central roasts, and husband Moshe Kasher will be at Beauty Bar for their Honeymoon Tour. Crude, rude and not afraid to speak their minds, these two are fucking hilarious. Doors open at 8 p.m. Tickets $20.
Saturday: Downtown Container Park’s Summer Wine Walk is happening from 6- 9 p.m. Find wine and bubbly stations around the park for imbibers to drink unlimited samples. Tickets $25.
Sunday: Makers & Finders launches their first installment of Sunday Sessions with a Latin brunch, new coffee and tea cocktails, a live art installation by Milk the Bunny Omayra Amador, and three DJ sets by Buhoo, Bad Beat and Lance Le Rok. They will also be saying goodbye to artist CJ the Kid, who painted the mural on the front patio.