Vegas Uncork’dl is Bon Appétit’s premier culinary and drink festival. Held every May, celebrity chefs and mixologists offer exclusive classes, testings and dining experiences; it’s recommended that you come hungry and ready to eat.
Past Uncork’d events had appearances from chef Gordon Ramsay, who partnered with brewmasters to teach about pairing food with beer, and mixologist Tony Abou-Graham, who taught a class on vodka and caviar.
Vegas Uncork’d takes place over a weekend and is pay per event, which makes it the perfect festival for people who just want a short term commitment or a quick break from sightseeing.
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Life Is Beautiful Music & Art Festival Every September, thousands gather in downtown Las Vegas for the Life Is Beautiful Music & Art Festival. The festival spans 18 city blocks of Downtown Las Vegas and includes musical acts, comedians, muralists, speakers and exclusive food and drink concoctions.
In the past, the festival has featured big names, like The Weekend, ODESZA and A$AP Ferg.
While listening to music, festival goers can learn how to make a variety of popular drinks at a cocktail school, eat something new every day at a cookout and view premier art exhibits, murals and installations.
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The Great Vegas Festival of Beer hosts over 100 hundred of the world’s top craft breweries and features over 500 different brews. Held every April, the festival boasts “over-the-top culinary and craft beer creations.”
Though the festival spotlights local Nevada breweries, you can try brews from all over the United States, as well as a selection of wines and ciders.
You can enjoy your unlimited sample brews while dancing to a silent disco, singing your heart out at karaoke and eating beer-inspired meals from local food trucks and restaurants.
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Nascar Las Vegas Motor Speedway: Cheer for your favorite racer during NASCAR season at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway The Las Vegas Motor Speedway regularly draws thousands of people for some of the biggest auto racing events of the year, NASCAR. Throughout the year, between 70,000–150,000 people watch some of the best racers in the world speed around the track again and again — reaching speeds of up to 200 mph.
The races take place over various weekends throughout the year.
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Fiesta San Antonio started in 1891 as a one-parade event as a way to honor the memory of the heroes of the Alamo and the Battle of San Jacinto. It has evolved into one of this nation’s premier festivals with an economic impact of more than $284 million for the Alamo City. Fiesta is the Party With a Purpose. and the funds raised by official Fiesta events provide services to San Antonio citizens throughout the year. That commemoration still takes place, but for more than a century, Fiesta has grown into a celebration of San Antonio’s rich and diverse cultures. 2017 marks Fiesta’s 126th anniversary! Click to read more about Fiesta San Antonio
Celebrate NYE 2018 in style by booking your Limousine Service ahead of time. Town car Stretch Limousine, SUV Stretch Limousine, Hummer Limousine, Party Bus; you name it, we have it.
Rodeo has been a tradition in Houston since 1932, and the three-week extravaganza at NRG Park continues to consume the city every spring. The kickoff for the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is the Rodeo Parade, after trail riders ride into town and set up camp in Memorial Park. All 20 championship rodeo competitions are concluded with entertainment by music superstars.
Weekday performances start at 6:45 p.m. Weekend performances kick off at 3:45 p.m.
Super Bowl 51 is headed to Texas in Houston’s NRG Stadium, home to the Houston Texans. The last game of the 2016 season is set to kick off on Sunday, February 5, 2017 as the NFL Celebrates it’s 51st season in the making.
The game will be the third time the Super Bowl is held in Houston, after VIII in 1974 and XXXVIII in 2004. It will be televised nationally in the United States by Fox and Univision.
Carnaval in Austin is one of the biggest Brazilian carnaval celebrations outside Brazil – samba, costumes and wild abandon – Brasileiro style in the heart of Texas. Carnaval Brasileiro has now become an Austin institution, one that nobody really planned as such. A small party grew into a giant public bash because there were Brazilians who needed a celebration, local individuals to nurture it along the way, a radio program (Horizontes) to promote its music, a series of bands to play the music, and, above all, enough Austinites who felt the magic and kept coming back for more.