Best bets: Cirque dreams, Black-eyed Peas, tulips and Othello

All weekend

Bob Marley — no, not that one, the one that Variety called on of the “Top 10 Comics to Look Out For.” He’s at the Comedy Works downtown for shows tonight and Saturday. Tickets: $25


It’s spring somewhere: check out the tulips and other bulbs forced for early bloom at the Denver Botanic Gardens. Tickets: $8-$11.50


Desdemona, the Moor and Shakespeare’s arch-villain Iago come together in Othello, the Denver Center Theatre Company’s latest production. Shows tonight and Saturday at the Space Theatre. Tickets: $18-$53


Nick Prueher and Joe Pickett have been culling the silliest, strangest, stupidest videos from dumpsters and garage sales for the last 20 years. Now they’re all here at the Found Footage Festival at the Starz FilmCenter tonight.


The Black Eyed Peas bring their musical energy to the Pepsi Center, with Ludacris and LMFAO. Show’s at 7:30. Tickets: $29.50-$83.50


Coming Wednesday, March 31: Cirque Dreams: Illumination

Get ready for the all-new Cirque Dreams Illumination from the creators of Cirque Dreams Jungle Fantasy, the groundbreaking hit and only show of its kind to ever perform on Broadway.  It’s built on everyday objects, dancers, dazzling costumes and a guy playing the drums with ping-pong balls. Tickets: start at $20

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