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Downtown Container Park Celebrates Dr. Seuss’ 115th Birthday

Las Vegas venue celebrates with storytelling event, book drive, and Seuss-inspired specials   There’s opportunity wherever you look, stop by Container Park and donate a book! Downtown Container Park, downtown Las Vegas’ open-air shopping center & entertainment venue honors famed literary legend Dr. Seuss with live storytelling and book drive event. In honor of Dr. Seuss’ 115th birthday […]
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Benefit Concert for Las Vegas Victims Includes Killers, Imagine Dragons

Las Vegas’ entertainment industry is uniting in unprecedented fashion in support of the victims of the October 1 tragedy. On Friday, Dec. 1 at 7:30 p.m., T-Mobile Arena will host the Vegas Strong Benefit Concert, a special evening of entertainment featuring Boyz II Men, Cirque du Soleil, David Copperfield, Imagine Dragons, Penn & Teller, The […]
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Vegas Golden Knights single-game tickets going onsale

Nevada residents get two-hour headstart on regular season ticket sales. The Vegas Golden Knights have announced the on-sale information for preseason and regular season single game tickets for their inaugural 2017-18 season at T-Mobile Arena. Both preseason and regular season single-game tickets will only be available for purchase online at www.vegasgoldenknights.com. Starting at 8 a.m. PT […]
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Seven Magic Mountains

“Seven Magic Mountains“—created by Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone—is a rock-balancing display in the desert near Las Vegas. The installation, comprised of seven individual towering sculptures, is situated on the far southern end of Las Vegas Boulevard along Interstate 15, approximately a half hour from Downtown Las Vegas. Positioned within the Ivanpah Valley and surrounded by mountains, the […]
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Adventure Into the Night at Spring Mountain Ranch

There’s no better way to enjoy a beautiful fall night sky; take a ranger-led hike through the 300-year old ash tree grove to Sandstone Canyon at Spring Mountain Ranch State Park, 15 miles west of Las Vegas. The hike is about 2 miles long, and will cover rocky, uneven terrain. Bring water, a flashlight and dress appropriately […]
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Cirque du Soleil’s KÀ Hosts Free Weekly Open House

Beginning Tuesday, Aug. 18, guests will have the unique opportunity to attend the “KÀ Theatre Spectacular,” a free open house that highlights the impressive work, inspiration and unprecedented technology used in the $165 million production. Cirque du Soleil offers  visitors and locals an inside look at “KÀ” as it reveals the astounding history, background and science behind […]
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Motley Brews Mixes Laughter and Libations

Beer lovers are invited to enjoy a night of craft brews and comedy during the return of Motley Brews’ monthly Open Container event taking place throughout the summer inside Downtown Container Park. Kicking off on Friday, June 19, Open Container allows attendees to sip more than 20 seasonal beers while laughing along to classic movie clips and […]
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‘Dinosaurs: Land of Fire and Ice’ Comes to Las Vegas

“Dinosaurs: Land of Fire and Ice” is the first child-centered exhibit in the country dedicated to expanding the understanding of dinosaur habitat. The display roars into Las Vegas at DISCOVERY Children’s Museum is open through September 13. The exciting, traveling exhibit transports families back to the Cretaceous Period, (145-65 million years ago), the time when dinosaurs last lived […]
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Las Vegas Celebrates Elvis

Priscilla Presley to Join Opening Weekend Events Celebrating Graceland’s First Permanent Elvis Exhibition Outside of Graceland at Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino   Elvis Presley’s Graceland will celebrate the April 23rd grand opening of its new permanent exhibition, theater showroom, and wedding chapel in Las Vegas at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino with star-studded, red […]
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First Parklet To Open in Las Vegas

Downtown Las Vegas will welcome the city’s first parklet, a small public area that allows passersby to relax and enjoy the atmosphere of the city around them. Replacing a single parking space, the parklet will be installed on Friday, April 17, followed by an unveiling ceremony on Tuesday, April 21. Located at the corner of […]
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Golf Fest Tees Off in Las Vegas

On Friday, April 24 and Saturday, April 25, Golf Fest comes to Las Vegas at The TaylorMade Golf Experience. Golf trick-shot artist Craig Hocknull will be performing his remarkable Outback Golf Show at 3 p.m. on Friday and 1 p.m. on Saturday, as well as a golf hypnosis seminar featuring award winning sports hypnotist Elliot Roe at 1 […]
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Camp Broadway comes to Las Vegas Summer 2015

The Smith Center for the Performing Arts brings Camp Broadway to Las Vegas for its fourth year with two signature programs: Classic Camp for students ages 10-17 and Shining Stars Camp for students aged 6-9. Classic Camp features five days of musical theater programming from June 15-19. Shining Stars Camp features five half days—choice of morning or afternoon sessions—of musical theatre creative […]
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Six Baby Lions Born at The Lion Habitat Ranch

The Lion Habitat Ranch in Henderson is home to more than 40 lions, birds, and the first baby giraffe in Nevada. However, on April 1, the reserve welcomed six new cuddly residents. In an incredibly rare event, six baby lion cubs were born to mom, Pebbels. The Lion Habitat Ranch has been a part of […]