Annual Events

Just Added: Bite of Las Vegas - Sept. 27

Please check back for updates as the information on this page is still being compiled. If you know of an annual event you don't see here, please leave a comment.
Boulder City Art in the Park, Oct. 2013.
In 2014, the event is Oct. 4 & 5.

September 2014

Adults: $9

Sept. 9-14, San Gennaro Feast



Free Admission / Rodeo $10 / Carnival $23

Sept. 27, Bite of Las Vegas Food & Music Festival
GA: $17 online before the festival/$25 at the gate

October 2014


Tickets: Adult $10.50
From the press release: "In combination with concerts all weekend, the fair will host a royal parade featuring kings, queens, warriors and peasants on Saturday and Sunday. The festival also offers full-contact jousting tournaments, no-holds-barred gladiator battles, black powder demonstrations, strolling minstrels, contortionists, magicians, storytellers, jokers, jugglers, flame eaters, belly dancers, trained parrots and pirates. Additional attractions include bow and arrow and axe target games, medieval barber and surgeon demonstrations and Renaissance guilds. In the 16th Century Village, German, Italian, Ottoman Turk, French, Celtic, Polish and British military encampments meet on the Field of Honor for battle."

$50 for Beer Fest on Oct. 10
Free admission to Oktoberfest on Oct. 11

Perhaps a new annual event?
$75+ (and rising, no pun intended)


Oct. 24 – 26, Life is Beautiful
Tickets start at $105

$7 per vehicle for SMR + $5 adults/$3 children (6-17) / 5 and under free

October, various dates throughout the month, Opportunity Village HallOVeen

October 2015 Sidewalk Chalk Art Summerlin
Reportedly on hiatus in 2014, returning October 10-11, 2015 at Downtown Summerlin, according to, the only place info could be found about this festival.

November 2014


$15 per vehicle/$2 discount for donating a bag of gently used items to Goodwill


Nov. 21 – Jan. 4, 2015, Opportunity Village Magical Forest

December 2014 

Tickets: Good Luck.

Dec. 11-13, Winterfest, Henderson Downtown


Dec. 31 New Year’s Eve (also known as NYE)
300,000+ people fill the Strip and another 25,000 or so fill up Fremont Street. No fee to join the party on the Strip; $30/$40 to join the crowd downtown.

More events coming soon! Check back for updates.

What are your favorite annual events in Las Vegas and Southern Nevada? 

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