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The Las Vegas Valley is an uneven sweep of gritty brush-tufted desert with ash-heap mountains on every horizon. In barely four generations a small green smear on this New York New York, Las Vegas Nevadadry desert floor has become Mother Earth's hottest erogenous zone and produced Las Vegas, the greatest boomtown in history, and the first city of the 21st Century.


Las Vegas is one of the great man-made wonders of the modern world, far more impressive than nearby Hoover Dam. It's an unofficial International Park, privately owned and paid for by the direct, voluntary financial support of Las Vegas Nevadacitizens from every nation on earth. The Las Vegas Strip is as familiar an American landmark as the Statue of Liberty, and Las Vegas is the best-known city in the world. More than two million people now inhabit the valley, the youngest and brightest new urban center in the American Southwest.


In Las Vegas the central nervous system is seduced by the eager promise of pleasure on every side. Everything that money can buy is available here, from primitive excitements to exquisite ecstasies.


This is one of the world's great cities for dining, always one of Las Vegas' attractions. Great chefs are a three-generation tradition now, and the buffet is a local art form. In fact, Las Vegas is now a better town for restaurants than San Francisco.


Entertaining visitors is the industry here, and for more than 60 years Las Vegas has amazed the world with its extravagant ways of


doing it. It is no accident that the iridescent pyramid of the Luxor outshines anything the Pharaohs ever dreamed of, and — say, doesn't the New York skyline look great against the Spring Mountains?


The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas NevadaShopping was once an afterthought, but now malls and Outlet stores dot the Las Vegas Valley. First was the Boulevard Mall on Maryland Parkway, and the Fashion Show Mall was a glamorous sensation when it opened on the Strip. But the Forum Shops changed everything. Adjoining Caesar's Palace, a maze of Roman streets, enclosed and air-conditioned under a sky of painted clouds, that gently changed from fleecy white to rosy pink to glowing gold over a great, sculpture-fountain at their center while shoppers shopped. And once an hour the statues on the fountain come stunningly to life to the astonishment of all — a new astonishment in this astonishing city and it was all about shopping.


Nevada State Museum, Las VegasThere are many Museums in the Las Vegas Valley. The Nevada State Museum and Historical Society is at the Spring Preserve, a rather fabulous campus serving as a teaching facility, art gallery, historical exhibit, performance theater, children's activity center, and wildlife habitat not to mention the Wolfang Puck restaurant. The Mormon Fort, first permanent intruder outpost in the Valley, is now maintained as a postage stamp-sized State Park.


Cashman Field, Las Vegas NevadaCashman Field is a baseball stadium with exhibit and convention space, and a theater where road show productions are staged. Best of all is the ball park where the Las Vegas Area 51s play AAA Pacific Coast League baseball, the final step up to the big leagues.


Kids in VegasIts bargains, pleasures and excitements aside, Las Vegas is its own greatest attraction, the likes of which the world has never seen before and may never see again. It is surrounded by a superb system of parks and lakes, water sports, the Colorado River, near-virgin wilderness — even a small ski area — all of it easily accessible by car.


Las Vegas is now a ranking sunbelt city with diverse business interests and worldwide connections. No other American city combines the attitudes of the frontier past with so confident a vision of the future.


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Great Vegas Festival of Beer

Nevada's largest and most celebrated craft beer festival. Info at 100+ breweries and 500+ beers. Supports local Nevada charities. Motley Brews, a Las Vegas-based event planning company whose mission is to get YOU excited about the world of fine beer and community-driven entertainment. The Great Vegas Festival of Beer is currently the only festival […]

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Downtown Las Vegas, 800 Fremont Street
Las Vegas, NV 89101
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$35 - $80

Clark County Fair & Rodeo

Come to Logandale Nevada (57 miles from Las Vegas) for the annual Clark County Fair & Rodeo The event features: carnival, rodeo competitions, Wrangler Million Dollar Tour, concerts, arts & crafts, livestock show and big game raffle. The Clark County Fair had its beginning back in 1965. Known as the Moapa Valley Fair, it was […]

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Clark County NV Fairgrounds, 1301 Whipple Ave.
Logandale, NV 89021
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Las Vegas City of Lights Jazz Rhythm & Blues Festival

The HOTTEST 2 day party festival where you don't sit in a hard chair... you have soft, green grass everywhere! The Festival begins Saturday April 28th & ends Sunday April 29th at Government Amphitheater, downtown, Las Vegas. Headliners and featured performers include: West Coast Jam, Kindred the Family Soul, The Sax Pack, Eric Benet and […]

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Government Amphitheater – Las Vegas, 500 S. Grand Central Pkwy.
Las Vegas, NV 89105
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$105 - $314

NHRA Toyota Nationals at Las Vegas Motor Speedway

Experience the heart-pounding, nitro-burning NHRA Toyota Nationals like never before with a Club Nitro Platinum Package! This exclusive package includes platinum seats, access to the Club Nitro hospitality tent, food & beverages each day, a private viewing area adjacent to the burnout box, reserved parking and Q&A sessions with NHRA’s tops stars!

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Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Las Vegas Motor Speedway, 7000 Las Vegas Boulevard North
Las Vegas, NV 89115 United States
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Las Vegas Culture Fest Food and Music Festival

Celebrate equality, unity, and diversity at this family-friendly event featuring a variety of cultural folk dances and music. Enjoy traditional music, dances, and ethnic treats from around the world! Lawn seating, please bring your low-back lawn chairs or lawn blankets for your comfort. Refreshments and food available for purchase. For details and more information, call […]

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Sammy Davis Jr. Festival Plaza, Lorenzi Park – Las Vegas, 720 Twin Lakes Drive
Las Vegas, NV 89107
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Mount Charleston Nevada

Mount Charleston

Mount Charleston is Nevada’s third highest mountain, towering nearly 12,000 feet above sea level, and nearly 10,000 feet above the Las Vegas Valley floor. It is the focus for development of Forest Service recreation facilities in the 60,000-acre Las Vegas Ranger District of the Toiyabe National Forest, and the site of the Mount Charleston Wilderness […]

Red Rock Canyon Recreation Area, Las Vegas Nevada

Red Rock Canyon

Red Rock Canyon consists of 195, 819 acres (about 130 square miles) of BLM land with a variety of usual and unusual forms of desert vegetation and wildlife including Bighorn Sheep and wild burros, wind sculptured sandstone, picnicking and outdoor camping sites, and the striking Red Rock Escarpment, a 5,000-foot eruption of rainbow-colored pinnacles and […]

Valley of Fire Nevada State Park

Valley of Fire State Park

Open year round, Valley of Fire State Park is named for the red Aztec sandstone cropping out of gray and tan limestone. The sandstone is from the Jurassic period and is what Mom Nature did to a mountain of sand like the one east of Fallon on US 50, except the sand was red. The park […]

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