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13 Things To Do This Week In Las Vegas For June 29-July 5

Posted: 3:30 PM, Jun 28, 2018
Updated: 2018-06-29 02:30:38Z
13 Things To Do In Las Vegas For June 29-July 5
13 Things To Do In Las Vegas For June 29-July 5
13 Things To Do In Las Vegas For June 29-July 5
13 Things To Do In Las Vegas For June 29-July 5
13 Things To Do In Las Vegas For June 29-July 5
13 Things To Do In Las Vegas For June 29-July 5
13 Things To Do In Las Vegas For June 29-July 5
13 Things To Do In Las Vegas For June 29-July 5
13 Things To Do In Las Vegas For June 29-July 5
13 Things To Do In Las Vegas For June 29-July 5

Here's a list of 13 Things To Do This Week In Las Vegas For June 29 through July 5:

1. The Vans Warped Tour , presented by Journeys, stops at Downtown Las Vegas Events Center on June 28. The alternative rock festival will feature Reel Big Fish, Simple Plan, Twiztid, Bowling For Soup, Four Years Strong, The Used and more.

2. Gwen Stefani is kicking off her Las Vegas residency this weekend. She performs in the Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood. Stefani rose to fame as the lead singer for No Doubt.

3. The Amazing Comic Con is back at the Las Vegas Conventer Center this weekend. Special guests this year include the Rob Liefeld, creator of "Dead Pool," and Charlie Cox, who stars in "Daredevil." There will also be many amazing artists and writers and multiple vendors. Costumes encouraged.

4. Passafire is performing June 29 at Top Golf. The band, which got its start in 2003, built a solid reputation as a reggae band before introducing alternative and progressive rock elements into their music.

5. Former "Saturday Night Live" star Norm McDonald performs June 29 through July 1 at the South Point. McDonald has also appeared ABC’s “Roseanne,” ABC’s “The Drew Carey Show” and NBC’s “NewsRadio.”

6. The KOMP 92.3's Vegas Homegrown Series on June 29 inside House of Blues at Mandalay Bay will include performances by Honor Amongst Thieves, Bravo Delta, DriVen, AntiTrust and INCARNATE. 18 and over. Tickets only $9.23 plus tax/fees.

7. Gifted storyteller Ronny Cox will share funny, sad and tender moments trough stories and songs on June 30 at Winchester Cultural Center.

8. Findlay Chevrolet and Las Vegas Corvettes Association are hosting a celebration of the first corvette to roll off the assembly line on June 30. There will be music, car karaoke, food, and approximately 50 Corvettes on display.

9. Taboo of the Black Eyed Peas will perform some of the group's biggest hits live, including “Let’s Get It Started,” “I Gotta Feeling,” “My Humps” and “Rock That Body,” on June 30 at Flamngo Las Vegas' Go Pool Dayclub.

10. It's time for another FREE summer concert on June 30 on Fremont Street. Everclear, Marcy Playground and Local H will perform on the 3rd Street Stage between D Las Vegas and Four Queens.

11. Caesars Palace will shoot fireworks on June 30 above the Las Vegas Strip. Special viewing parties are being held at various locations. The fireworks display will begin at around 9:20 p.m.

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12. If you like live jazz, head to the Dispensary Lounge on June 30 to see Karen Jones Live . She will be joined by The Uli Geissendoerfer Trio. Originally from Brooklyn, NY, Miss Jones is the daughter of the most famous swing bassist of our time, Mr. Eddie Jones of the Count Basie Orchestra.

13. The Silverton is hosting the Red, White & Blue Craft & Gift Spectacular from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. July 1. There will be many creative artists, crafters and vendors. Free admission, free pop-up games, free samples and demos.
 

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