Tree, wreath and basket displays, crafts, raffles, live entertainment, cupcake decorating, gift shops and Santa Claus visits are scheduled from 3 to 8 p.m. Nov. 19 and 20 at the 26th annual Festival of Trees & Lights at the South Point.
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The 5th annual Halloween parade along East Fremont Street haunted downtown Las Vegas on October 31, 2014. Check out the spooky slideshow.
As the 10th Anniversary ‘Las Vegas Great Santa Run’ approaches, downtown got a dose of holiday spirit.
The smell of gasoline, exhaust and rubber is set to return to downtown Henderson as an armada of classic cars fills the Water Street District for the 15th annual Super Run Classic Car Show at noon Sept. 25 at the Fiesta Henderson, 777 W. Lake Mead Parkway.
The 9th Annual Las Vegas Culture Fest Food and Music Festival is set for Saturday and Sunday at the Fremont Street Experience.
Sure, fans of hot rods, muscle cars and unique vehicles of all sorts will find plenty to love at the Super Run Classic Car Show, which kicks off a four-day run Thursday in Henderson. But the event also includes musical performances, eats, vendors and a decidedly retro vibe.
Valley residents are set to receive a taste of the island life while living in the desert.
It’s amazing to see how much a child changes — in size, personality, temperament — from age 3 to age 4. And it’s no different for the Fiesta Las Vegas Latino Parade and Festival, which celebrates its fourth year this weekend showing a few changes from years past.
Shoppers love variety, and they want to know where to find it. If you’re putting on a bazaar this holiday season, check our rules and then send us your information.
Every year, Arlene DeBrito and her employees spend two days preparing almost 100 flavors of homemade chocolates and hand-dipped apples to sell at the Las Vegas Harvest Festival.
Southern Nevadans can celebrate the acoustic alchemy of musician and acoustic instrument Saturday when the Vegas Unplugged Music Festival kicks off at the Historic Fifth Street School.
Las Vegas offers a variety of themed and charity races throughout the year for runners of different skill sets.
The music festival is scheduled May 8-9 and May 15-16 on the Las Vegas Strip. Tickets are $295 for a one-weekend pass.
It’s not paints, pencils or pastels Phil Grucci uses. Yet the night sky becomes his canvas as explosions fill the air coloring it in bursts of red, white, blue and any other combination he desires.
Henderson and Boulder City plan Independence Day festivities with fireworks, entertainment and more.
The first Celebrando Hispanic Festival is scheduled for Saturday at the Clark County Amphitheater. The event pays tribute to Hispanic culture and customs and will feature local musicians, mariachi bands, food vendors and salsa and Zumba dance lessons.
When you hear the phrase “Vegas night life,” you probably don’t think of kangaroo rats, scorpions and pocket gophers. Unless, of course, you’re exploring the “Vegas Night Life” animal show at the Springs Preserve.
There’s a full-circle coolness to Saturday’s Junefest show on Sunset Station’s lawn being headlined by Creedence Clearwater Revisited, who shared the stage with Carlos Santana and RatDog back in 1997.
Forrest Gump may not be there. But his philosophy — “Life is like a box of chocolates; you never know what you’re going to get” — definitely will be when the 2014 Vegas Fringe Festival kicks off a two-weekend run Friday at Las Vegas Little Theatre.
A bit of history and plenty of music can make for a full calendar if you’re scouting out things to do this weekend. If that’s not what you want, hit a Hawaiian festival or crack a book for summer reading.
The second annual Children’s Art Festival is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 31 at Centennial Hills Park, 7101 N. Buffalo Drive.
Think of it as a sort of open-air blues club where fresh air replaces the cloud of cigarette smoke, your beverage choices are classy craft brews instead of mass-produced domestics, and your fellow concertgoers may include actual wildlife watching from off in the distance and not just wild-eyed guys burping on the next bar stool.
From taiko drummers to folklorico dancers, local performers will showcase the community’s diverse cultures in this year’s Children’s Arts Festival at Centennial Hills Park.
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