The last time Meow Wolf was in Las Vegas, it unleashed pillow monsters, slime and a land of ramen on unsuspecting festivalgoers.
Africa Love, the gift and decor shop owned by Serigne “Mara” Diakhate, is filled with jewelry, clothing, handbags, backpacks, musical instruments and artwork made by artisans from villages throughout Africa.
The 200,000-square foot confluence of art and technology falls somewhere in the no man’s land between shopping mall and amusement park. It’s set to open in Las Vegas at the end of the year.
The lab, which will open Saturday and is in the former It’s Your Choice area, is divided into an open-making area for self-guided play and a work-space for guided activities.
Due to demand, the temporary exhibit extended its original end date from April 28 to June 30.
The “One Night” story follows an Everyman character, played by Cirque artist Michael Duffy (who was a main character in Zarkana), being led on a spiritual awakening through watery scenes by a little girl named Drop (7-year-old dance sensation Sabine Nehls).
The Vegas Golden Knights’ Drumbots and team mascot Chance helped kick off the annual Chinese New Year parade, also known as the Spring Festival Parade, in downtown Las Vegas on Saturday morning.
On the first of the two-night Commotion event, clothing brands connected with consumers, offering shopping, giveaways and customization opportunities.