What to do, oh, what to do? Seems like a pretty silly question in a town like Las Vegas, but sometimes with an overload of stimuli it’s hard to plan on where you want to play. So we’ve gathered some suggestions for you.

Latin-music lovers unite every Thursday at 9 p.m. at Vista Cocktail Lounge at Caesars Palace. There’s no cover charge to get in and DJ Silla keeps the Latin sounds spicy till 2 a.m. Drink specials include Modelo Especial beer and Don Julio tequila cocktails.

Shake your tail feather to a different type of music—sounds of the Roaring ’20s, to be exact. On March 25 at 7 p.m., head downtown to the Mob Museum for its Charleston dance instruction class, where you’ll learn the iconic dance steps and the history behind the craze. After dancing up a sweat, stop by The Underground, the museum’s “speakeasy,” for some tasty, throwback cocktails.

Perhaps no one person will get you moving your feet more than legendary rapper Snoop Dogg. “Tha Doggfather” stops by Drai’s nightclub at The Cromwell on March 29 for a special performance … and since it’s Drai’s, you never know what hip-hop star might join him onstage.

Anyone in town for the Nightclub & Bar Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center should head over to Chateau Nightclub & Rooftop at Paris on March 27 and receive free admission when you show your convention badge.

True to the Root

True to the Root

While in town, if tickets are still available check out our hometown heroes the Vegas Golden Knights as they take the ice against the Minnesota Wild on March 29. Do some pre-gaming across the street at Juniper Cocktail Lounge at Park MGM, where game-day specials include $25 buckets of five beers, a shot of Jim Beam and a Budweiser for $12, or three shots of El Tesoro Platinum tequila for $30. There’s also a new cocktail, the Stone Cold Knight, featuring Maker’s Mark in honor of the newest VGK player, forward Mark Stone.

For a more traditional experience, head to Aria’s Lobby Bar for the new Afternoon Tea experience Friday through Sunday from noon-4 p.m. While you can indulge in the classic tea service, you can go the boozy route as well with elevated tea packages that include champagnes like Schramsburg and Blanc de Blancs and specialty cocktails.