Las Vegas may be reopening, but First Friday is staying digital.
“The response went through the roof,” the owner of the D Las Vegas and Golden Gate said a day after giving away 2,000 flights to tourists across the country.
The music, arts and culinary festival, originally scheduled to take place over multiple stages Sept. 18-20, instead will make a full return next year.
DLVEC is host to myriad events, including is massive Super Bowl viewing party, the Vegas Golden Knights Fan Fest, and Las Rageous music festival.
Kids’ science, outdoor jazz and burlesque top the downtown Las Vegas to-do list this week.
Other events happening downtown include Frankie Moreno at Smith Center, ‘Sweeney Todd’ at Majestic Repertory Theatre and Market in the Alley.
Other activities include exploring a hip-hop album, vegan hot dogs and a Jimmy Buffett musical.
Parrotheads will be flocking to The Smith Center for “Escape to Margaritaville,” which incorporates nearly two dozen of Buffett’s songs.
The Reggae Rise Up Vegas fest highlights local concert news along with upcoming shows on the Strip by the Dave Mathews Band and the Black Keys.
The celebrated singer-songwriter explores the catalog of his friend and mentor Frank Sinatra and more on his latest tour, which visits The Smith Center on Saturday.