The desert atmosphere and party attitude ensures that summer lasts long after Labor Day in Sin City. While there is plenty to eat, drink and smoke all year round, make the most of the extended season with these upcoming activities for the month of September.
Find yourself transported back in time at the Montecristo Cigar Bar’s Prohibition Party on Sept. 10, which will channel a time of flapper dresses and 95-proof drinks in one of Las Vegas’ premiere cigar spots. This speakeasy-style event will serve cocktails featuring 1893 Cola and the normal cigar options will still be available, so enjoy your period beverage while puffing on a Romeo Y Julieta or H. Upmann.
The party will run from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. and is open to the public. Montecristo is located in Caesars Palace.
Not only is the Wolfgang Puck Sip & Savor dining event sure to satisfy your tastebuds, it allows you to indulge in the name of a good cause. This mix-and-mingle style event allows guests to taste plates from each of the six Wolfgang Puck restaurants in Las Vegas, paired with the chef’s favorite wines, champagne, and cocktails.
The price tag is a hefty $150, but the event benefits Keep Memory Alive – a charity committed to improving the lives of patients and families as they navigate the challenges of brain disorders. The event is from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. at Spago Las Vegas, inside the Forum Shops at Caesars.
If there are two things plentiful in Sin City, it’s food and wine. Instead of selecting just one restaurant and getting lost in an extensive wine list, let the Las Vegas Food & Wine Festival give you a sample of everything this dining meca has to offer.
This festival showcases some of the world’s best culinary talents including executive chef José Andrés from Bazaar Meat, executive chef Marlon Simbulan from NOVE Italiano, and master pastry chef Alicia Boada. Participating beverage vendors include Don Julio, Stella Artois, MacRostie Winery and Vineyards, Wine Boss, Wither Hills, and more. The grand tasting takes place Friday and Saturday nights by the pool. Additional events include a private chef’s dinner with José Andrés, a whole ox feast with meat sliced straight off the bone at Bazaar Meat, and a Champagne brunch at Cleo.
The event will be held at SLS Las Vegas Casino and Resort over three days.
CraftHaus Brewery is marking two years in the Vegas valley and celebrating the only way they know how: with a ton of beer. Live music, beer stations, guest taps, and food truck vendors await at the Hop Bomb Festival, where beer lovers can come together and celebrate CraftHaus, which is already a Vegas staple. Guest breweries include the Lost Abbey, The Hop Concept, The Bruery, Marble Brewery, AleSmith, Anderson Valley Brewing Co., and more.
General admission tickets are $25 and include a 16-ounce logo glass and six four-ounce beer tickets. The event is worth the drive to Henderson, where the festival is on from 5:00 to 11:00 p.m.
Musicians, artists, and speakers will take over 18 city blocks in Las Vegas on the weekend of Sept. 23, showering attendees with cultural experiences at the Life is Beautiful Festival. This is Las Vegas’ second-biggest music festival (after EDC) and more than 100,000 ticket-holders will flock for top-notch entertainment like Mumford and Sons, The Lumineers, The Shins, Jane’s Addiction, and more. Some truly amazing food vendors will fill your belly while you listen to your favorite bands; learn from some of this generation’s most inspiring thinkers, doers and talkers; and experience an array of murals, installations and immersive art experiences.
The entrance to the festival is at Fremont and 7th Street.
If you’re more into cowboy boots and solo cups than long-stemmed glasses, the Route 91 Harvest Country Music Festival is the place for you. More than 25,000 fans are expected to turn out for big-names like Toby Keith, Billy Currington, Jana Kramer, Brad Paisley, Luke Bryan, and Little Big Town. This is the place to be for those who love mainstream artists, but are also interested in seeing the up-and-coming names in country music. In addition to the music, The Las Vegas Village will feature a custom-built beach house and a vertigo swing.
Get the Halloween celebration on early when the Adventuredome transforms into Fright Dome (Sept. 30), a massive haunted house that’s sure to give even the bravest visitor a chill. USA Today ranked Fright Dome as one of the ten best haunted houses last year, and it was also recognized as one of the nation’s most extreme haunted attractions for 2014 by Travel Channel.
Six haunted houses, four scare zones, live shows, and thrill rides take up 250,000 square feet of space complete with ghoulish and gore-clad professional actors. Tickets start at $36.95 (a fast pass can be added starting at $20); a private tour allows groups of four to eight to bypass all lines starting at $89.95 per person. All tickets include entrance to at least five of the haunted houses, all shows and scare zones, and a 4-D “Panic House” (whatever that means).
Featured photo credit: Life is Beautiful Festival.
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