5 Weekend Vegas Activities

Sometimes figuring out what do on the weekend can be tedious. No worries we are here for you. These are five events and activities going on this weekend in Las Vegas that you may want to check out.

You can start the weekend off with a great night out at First Friday which takes place in the Arts District. The hub is at Casino Center Blvd in between Colorado St and California St. The cost to get in is free. There will be live music, art vendors, food, and drinks. All ages are welcome to this event which starts at 6PM and ends at 11pm.

Need a way to keep cool this weekend? Clark County swimming pools are open, some for the season and others just for the weekend. The scorching desert temps this weekend will be in the triple digits. If you prefer to swim in style check out the Aliante Station pool. They have a beautiful pool area with luxurious cabanas to rent. Of course being at a casino you also have many other amenities as well. Either way keep cool this weekend.

The 3rd annual Blues and Brews fest is happening this Saturday from 4pm to 8pm at the Springs Preserve. There will be live music and plenty of brews. They have beers from all over the world and some from right here in Las Vegas from local breweries. The fee is $40 and if you buy your tickets in advance you can come an hour early. This event is 21 and older only. The party also benefits, “keep memory alive”, which supports the mission of the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health in downtown Las Vegas.

The Fremont street experience is always a good time especially with live free entertainment. Every weekend there is music, dancing, and artists performing downtown. This Summers’ entertainment theme is “Rock of the Ages”. There are many restuarants and vendors to check out and the recently popular Zip Line if you’re brave enough.

Always my favorite is the Fresh52 Farmers Markets that go on every weekend rain or shine. They have markets on Saturday located at the Tivoli Village from 8am to 1pm and Sunday at Sansone Park Place from 8:30am to 1pm. This is a great time for the whole family to find things they really like and help out local small business vendors. There are delicious food vendors and fresh produce from local or regional farmers. You’ll  also have a chance to check out some unique items from specialty vendors. Remember to bring your own bag so you can be environmentally friendly but if you forget, that’s okay they’ll have some for you.

Hope everyone has a great weekend and remember to drink lots of water and stay cool.


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