The following is a list of 13 things to do in Las Vegas this week.
1. The Vintage Market Days take place in downtown Summerlin from April to May. 2. The upscale, vintage-inspired open-air market features upcycling antiques, vintage finds, unique clothing, food trucks, handcrafted treasures, home decor, and more. Tickets are $ 15 for Friday early buy events and $ 10 for Saturday / Sunday.
2. The Vegas Golden Knights are hosting a Medieval Market on April 30th from 11am to 5pm on the brand new Water Street Plaza in the Lifeguard Arena.
3. Live Pro Wrestling arrives May 1st at the SuperBeast Training Compound in the Arts District. SuperBeast, Jacob Fatu, Kal Jack, Mecha Wolf, Dunkler Scheich, Funnybone and more will be introduced on May 1st. The doors open at 7 p.m., the bell only rings at 8, 9 p.m. and above. $ 30 for tickets.
4. The Splash Pads in Las Vegas City Parks will reopen May 1st. They are open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
5. DISCOVERY Downtown Las Vegas Children’s Museum celebrates Asian Pacific Heritage Month in May. The museum’s month-long celebration begins May 1-7 with the celebration of Samoa. You will teach the Samoan art form Siapo. Family Equality Day is also celebrated on May 2nd.
6. Tivoli Village is hosting its first Art Walk on May 1st from 11am to 6pm with over 90 talented local artists. Tivoli’s 8 restaurants offer original works of art, food and drink specialties. Free admission. Guests must wear masks.
7. Teachers and educators will get BOGO-free entry May 3-9 during National Teacher Appreciation Week at the Mob Museum in downtown Las Vegas.
8. The Emporium Arcade Bar in AREA15 offers Star Wars specialty drinks for Star Wars Day on May 4th. Plus, Star Wars fans can play Emporium’s Star Wars pinball machine for free all day, and guests who arrive in Star Wars. Themed costumes receive ten free tokens.
9. Both Arizona Charlies locations (Decatur Boulevard and Boulder Highway) celebrate Cinco de Mayo with a Cinco de Bingo festival. During the 3pm bingo session, there will be margaritas, sombreros, drawings and more for True Rewards members. Both locations also offer festive food and drink specialties in their cafés.
10. The ATOMIC SALOON SHOW returns to the stage on May 5th in the Grand Canal Shoppes of the Venetian Hotel-Casino. The show is a riot and ranch rampaging through the wild, wild west.
11. The High Roller Observation Wheel on LINQ Promenade will be illuminated in green, white and red in honor of Cinco de Mayo. It also invites guests to celebrate with traditional food, margaritas, and Mexican decor. There are outdoor drinks carts on the promenade, and Cinco de Mayo specialties are available in several restaurants.
12. Stoney’s Rocking Country is holding a fundraiser for unemployed local artists on May 5th. The tribute concert of Sally Olson and Ned Mills of Carpenters, Robbie Howard, Kent Foote, Chad Collins, Gary Anthony, Chris Ivan, Lou Gazzra and many more.
13. The LGBTQ Center in Las Vegas is offering Poker 101 starting May 6th. The six-week course covers the basics required to play in no-limit hold’em poker tournaments. A nationally recognized poker professional will lead the classes. Must be 21 Must reserve a place.
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