“Video Games Live” is an immersive concert event featuring music from the most popular video games of all time. The program will be presented this weekend in both Miami and West Palm Beach.

“Video Games Live” is an immersive concert event featuring music from the most popular video games of all time. The program will be presented this weekend in both Miami and West Palm Beach.

Thursday, 5/15

Fundraiser

For those of you who didn’t snag a ticket to the Cher concert on Saturday, the ladies of Lips in Oakland Park have the next best thing, “Never Say Farewell – Tribute to Cher,” a 7 p.m. fundraiser tonight for the SmartRide. Alexis Couture, Shelly Michaels and Franchesque Richards will perform the diva’s biggest hits on stage at the local cabaret. There is a $10 cover and $15 food minimum for the fundraiser. Tickets are limited at LipsUSA.com. A second performance has been added on Sunday, May 18 at 7 p.m.

Friday, 5/16

Music

Video game players know that the soundtrack to a game, much like a movie, is key to setting the mood and tempo of the action. Whether you’re playing “Skyrim,” “Legends of Zelda,” “World of Warcraft” or “Final Fantasy,” the music is as intricate, nuanced and recognizable as the games themselves. Gamers and music lovers alike can revel in the artful compositions during a one-of-a-kind, immersive concert experience tonight at the Arsht Center in Miami and tomorrow, May 17 at the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach. For tickets and information, go to ArshtCenter.org and Kravis.org. 

Saturday, 5/17

Music

The last time Cher went on a farewell tour, well, that was 15 years ago and she made the rounds three times for over 300 performances! Never count that diva out! The singer will once again demonstrate why she’s been an icon for nearly 50 years. Cher brings her “Dressed to Kill” tour to the BB&T Center in Sunrise tonight and we’re especially excited because she’ll be appearing with Cyndi Lauper. Online ticketholders receive a free copy of Cher’s new album, “Closer to the Truth.” Tickets are $42.25 - $180 at Ticketmaster.com.

Sunday, 5/18

Art

Unleash your inner Michaelangelo, Picasso or Matisse at the monthly men’s drawing class, tonight from 2 to 5 p.m. at Push Fitness, 1098 Floranada Rd. in Oakland Park. A nude model will be provided for long poses, but you’ll need to bring your own art supplies. Whether you prefer pencil, watercolors, oils or chalk, this is an opportunity to explore your creativity. Internationally recognized artists will be coaching participants. Cost is $25 in advance or $35 at the door. To reserve your spot, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or go to mensartevent.tumblr.com.

Monday, 5/19

Museums

Looking for something to do on a quiet Monday? Head to the museum. May is Miami Museum Month. All visitors and locals will be offered "Buy One, Get One Free" admission or "Join One Museum, See Them All" at participating museums. This is an incredible opportunity to museum hop and experience the Miami cultural scene from the Old Spanish Monastery to the Gold Coast Railroad Museum. For a complete list of participating museums, go to MiamiMuseumMonth.com. Coupon required to take advantage of Miami Museum Month offers. Check individual participating museums for exclusions and limitations.

Tuesday, 5/20

Theater

The Irish Theatre of Florida presents “The Irish Dracula” by James Doan at Arts Garage in Delray Beach tonight at 8 p.m. as part of the Acting Irish International Theatre Festival, May 20 – 24. Set in 1888, in London and County Sligo, Ireland, “The Irish Dracula” deals with the contentious relationship between Irish author/theatre manager Bram Stoker and the imperious actor/director Henry Irving of the Lyceum Theatre, for whom Bram worked. The remaining characters are adapted from those found in Stoker’s famous novel, “Dracula.” Tickets are $20 at ArtsGarage.org.