List of festivals in the Las Vegas valley | 2018

The following is a list of various (food/music/art) festivals that are happening in 2018 in the Las Vegas valley. If you would like to submit a festival for this list, send an email with details to

Electric Daisy Carnival
May 18-20
Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Giant music festival or rave with food and beverage vendors, art installations, and carnival rides. 

Brews & Blues Festival at Springs Preserve
May 19
Springs Preserve
Brews & Blues offers up beers from regional, national, and international brewers at the Springs Preserve. Each ticket includes unlimited beer
samples, and commemorative mugs will be available to the first 1,900 guests. Vendors will have plenty of tasty food options for purchase.

Punk Rock Bowling & Music Festival
May 25-28
Downtown Las Vegas
3 days of punk rock music, late-night club shows, a poker tournament, a bowling tournament, pool parties, food trucks, art show, merchandise
vendors and more.

Reggae in the Desert
June 9
Clark County Government Center Amphitheater
This year’s festival will feature headliners Collie Buddz and Third World. 
Start at $19.99

Las Vegas Elvis Festival
July 12-15
Six shows for this year include “68 Comeback” starring Dwight Icenhower and Ryan Pelton, “56 The Beginning” starring Taylor Rodriguez with
Stephi Z, “Shake Rattle and Role” starring Dwight Icenhower, Dean Z and Robert Washington, “Jukebox LIVE” featuring Ted Torres as Elvis, our
Saturday night show “That’s The Way,” will star Ben Portsmouth, Diogo Light and Vic Trevino, Jr. 

Life is Beautiful Festival
Sept. 21-23
Downtown Las Vegas
Giant music, food and art festival in Downtown Las Vegas.

Pacific Rim Festival
Sept. 22
Springs Preserve
Celebrate Asian and Pacific Islander culture at the Springs Preserve's Pacific Rim Festival! Enjoy tasty traditional foods, live entertainment and fun
activities for all. You won’t want to miss this colorful, festive occasion.

Grapes & Hops Festival
Sept. 28
Springs Preserve
Sample fine wines, a unique selection of beers and food from some of Las Vegas' finest restaurants—while helping to raise money for a good
cause—at the Springs Preserve's annual Grapes & Hops Festival

Big Blues Bender Music Festival
Sept. 6-9
The Plaza
The 2018 Big Blues Bender will feature Kenny Wayne Shepher, JJ Grey and Mofro, Tab Benoit, Elvin Bishop, Samantha Fish, Jimmy Hall, Roberty Finley, Mr. Sipp, The Mississippi Blues Child, Cedric Burnside Project, Sugaray, Eric Gales, Damon Fowler, Jason Ricci and The Bad Kind, JP Soars and the Red Hots, The War and Treaty, Jimmy Carpenter Band, Bordy Buster, Shanda & The Howlers and more. 
Various packages available

46th annual Las Vegas Greek Food Festival
September (Dates to be announced)
St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church
A Greek food festival feature great Greek food and beverages, live music, dancing, pastries for sale, merchandise vendors, a children’s carnival and

Las Vegas BikeFest
Oct. 11-14
Las Vegas BikeFest has a brand new home! The West Coast Motorcycle Rally will be held at the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center next to the Fremont Street Experience where the passion for riding and enthusiasm for the motorcycle industry thrives. Enjoy Friday night headliner Puddle of Mudd and Saturday night headliner Foghat,  Motorcycle Giveaways, $5,000 in Shopping Spree Giveaways, Bike Shows, Las Vegas Motorcycle Hall of Fame, Contests and of course shop for your favorite motorcycle accessories, parts and swag all in one convenient location.

Festival of Arts
Oct. 13-14
Downtown Summerlin
More than 100 fine artists displaying art for sale, live music, food and beverage vendors. 

Las Vegas PRIDE Festival
Oct. 20
Celebrate Diversity at the Las Vegas PRIDE Festival where everyone is welcome. GLBT families, couples, and singles along with their friends and straight allies come together for an entire day of fabulous fun at Sunset Park. 

Age of Chivalry Renaissance Festival
October (Dates to be announced)
Sunset Park
Annual event feature renaissance villages, live music, jousting, competitions, merchandise vendors, food and beverages, crafters and more. 


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