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The third annual Rideshop Skate Series along Sixth Street in downtown Las Vegas brought out skaters of all levels on Friday. A skate competition and live music were also part of the event sponsored by Zappos.com.
In addition to local, regional, domestic and international brewers, the event will feature music by John Earl’s Boogieman Band, The Diane Kallay Band and The Homemade Jamz Blues Band.
Two days before she ruled over the Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand, Taylor Swift kicked off the American leg of her 1989 World Tour on Friday at Rock in Rio USA, along with one of her favorite collaborators, Ed Sheeran.
Cowboys, horses, bands, floats and entertainment filled the streets of downtown Las Vegas on Saturday morning for the annual Helldorado Parade.
It’s time to cowboy up and get in touch with Las Vegas’ Wild West roots. Helldorado Days, featuring a parade, a rodeo, a carnival and the whiskerino contest, gets rolling Thursday night and lasts through Sunday.
Volunteer Robert Evans hustles down the train tracks on a mission: transform one of Las Vegas’ most popular winter attractions into a springtime Oz in time to celebrate Opportunity Village’s 60th anniversary.
The Las Vegas Helldorado Days Celebration and Rodeo is one of the few places in town where Kevin Riordan’s Old Westian five-foot-long beard seems right at home.
Thousands of music fans returned Saturday for the second day of the inaugural Rock in Rio USA music festival in Las Vegas.
The Art Festival of Henderson showcases artisans from around the region along with live entertainment, food vendors and Imagination Station, a children’s interactive arts district, for the weekend.
Two-weekend rock and pop festival opens to a cool night and a spacious feel on 40-acre fairground site.
Clark County Parks and Recreation’s Jazz in the Park kicks off its 2015 season Saturday with Selina Albright, Jackiem Joyner and Steve Oliver.
Pirate, steampunk and faerie enthusiasts flocked to Pirate Fest at Lorenzi Park on Saturday.
Pirate Fest Las Vegas, which runs Friday through Sunday at Lorenzi Park, offers guests the chance to get their buccaneer on.
Featuring local and national artists such as Alphabet Rockers and Recess Monkey, the family-friendly event also collects shoes, socks and books for children in need.
The Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend is in full swing at the Orleans. Organizers say they expect 20,000 people to attend the wide variety of events, which run through Sunday.
The Pinoy Pride Celebration will offer Southern Nevadans a chance to enjoy the culture, food and music of the Phillipines close to home.
The Las Vegas Monorail Co. is partnering with the company that is bringing the two-weekend Rock in Rio music festival to Las Vegas in May.
The company that operates the weekly Vegas Seven magazine has acquired a 50 percent stake in the annual Life Is Beautiful festival in downtown Las Vegas.
The Water Street District is set to transform into a fairy tale wonderland for its annual WinterFest.
Friends of Henderson Libraries are set to continue their literary support this holiday season with the 11th annual Library Tree Lane fundraiser and gala.
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.
The 5th annual Halloween parade along East Fremont Street haunted downtown Las Vegas on October 31, 2014. Check out the spooky slideshow.