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Monday By the Numbers: ‘One Night’ film and Joan Jett’s show at FSE

2016 'One Night for One Drop': Show

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Cirque du Soleil’s “One Night for One Drop” on Friday, March 18, 2016, at Reynolds Hall in the Smith Center.

2016 ‘One Night for One Drop’: Show

Cirque du Soleil's Launch slideshow »

2016 ‘One Night for One Drop’: Blue Carpet

The Cirque du Soleil Launch slideshow »

‘One Drop’ Rehearsal at Smith Center

Rehearsal for “One Night for One Drop” photographed via cell phone Thursday, March 17, 2016, at the Smith Center. Launch slideshow »

Monday By the Numbers is a mix of clipped hair, concrete, champagne and, most important from our friends at Cirque du Soleil, a healthy splash of water. That note is in relation to the movie “One Night for One Drop” to be presented in theaters June 7.

Follow along, eh?

1: Night the “One Night” film is being presented.

300-plus: Theaters staging the “One Night” movie.

$15: Cost of a ticket to the movie.

$2,085: Difference between the highest-priced ticket to the “One Night” production at the Smith Center and a ticket to the movie.

$0: Cost of admission for the Joan Jett & The Blackhearts show kicking off Fremont Street Experience’s “Rock of Vegas” series Saturday night.

$801,738.86: Final take from Las Vegas events during the annual St. Baldrick’s Shave-a-Thon in March.

9,000: Fans in attendance at Sunday’s 2016 Billboard Music Awards telecast at T-Mobile Arena.

30: Minutes it took me to to walk from T-Mobile Arena to MGM Grand’s Monorail station, then take the train to SLS Las Vegas, where I was parked, after the awards.

8,400: Approximate combined capacity at Axis at Planet Hollywood and the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.

18,000: Additional square feet of convention space being constructed at the Hard Rock Hotel, which celebrated the completion of its steel framework Thursday.

5,000: Tickets expected to be sold for Friday’s Primer Gran Baile Festival at Westgate Las Vegas, a lineup of five Latin bands: Banda Los Recoditos, Los Alegres del Barranco, El Tigrillo Palma, Anarquia 702 and Equipo Imperial.

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