April Event Guide

Things to do in Las Vegas in April

Las Vegas Events April 2023

There’s always something to do in Las Vegas. April is full of fun including family friendly events, Easter egg hunts in Las Vegas, concerts, Touch-a-Truck, kids’ craft times, storytime at local libraries, and so much more! What’s your favorite thing to do in Las Vegas?

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Disney Immersive

Tickets to this one-of-a-kind immersive experience start at $39.99 and are on sale now at disneyimmersive.com

 Immerse yourself in iconic animated stories from hits of today like Encanto, Zootopia, and Frozen, to all of the classics including The Lion King, Peter Pan and Pinocchio.  

Dairy Queen 85 cent Blizzards

April 10 – April 23
Only in the DQ App

To celebrate the invention of the Blizzard in 1985, Dairy Queen will be offering 85 cent blizzards from April 10 – April 23, 2023. The offer is only available in the DQ App.

No School Days for Clark County School District

Friday, April 7

Monday, April 10

Friday, April 28

IN-N-OUT Burger Cover to Cover Club

Through April 15, 2023
For children ages 4 years – 12 years

Read 5 books to earn a coupon for a free burger. Limit 3 burger coupons per child. Coupon must be picked up at your local library. Cover to Cover Club is March 4 – April 15, 2023.

Participating Libraries

North Las Vegas Library District

Henderson Libraries

Butterfly Habitat at Springs Preserve

April 1 – May 29, 2023
Springs Preserve
This exhibit remains open as weather permits

Download and color this butterfly and take it to the Nature Exchange for 100 points.

The Butterfly Habitat is included with your admission to Springs Preserve. Tickets must here reserved in advance HERE.  Nevada residents receive a reduced admission of $9.95 for adults and $4.95 for children. Family memberships are $60. 

Toddler Time is Monday, Thursday, and Friday at 11am and 12pm.

The Mine Experience

Saturday, April 1, 9am – 2pm 
57 Lynn Lane, Henderson

The Mine Experience is open to the public the first Saturday of every month. 

General Admission: $7 (12 years and older)
Child Admission: $5 (ages 6 years – 12 years)
Children under age 6 are FREE
CCSD Employees with an ID are FREE

Free Guided Walking Tours at Warm Springs Natural Area and Moapa National Wildlife Refuge
April 1, 10am – 12pm and again 1pm – 3pm
Warm Springs Natural Area and the Moapa National Wildlife Refuge are coming together to offer free guided tours!
Tours will be approximately 2 hours and will begin at the Warm Springs Public Use Area – 4240 Warm Springs Road Moapa, NV.

Register HERE.

Free Guided tours will also be offered on May 6 and May 27. 
Warm Springs Natural Area, located in the upper Moapa Valley approximately one-hour from Las Vegas, is a 1,250-acre property features more than two dozen bubbling springs, rushing streams and lush wetlands. It is also home to nearly 30 sensitive animal species, including the Moapa dace, and more than 200 species of birds. A short walk from the Warm Springs Natural Area is the Moapa Valley National Wildlife Refuge, where you can stroll through a spring and stream system where dragonflies and birds can be observed, view the underwater world of fish through a stream profile window, enjoy a family picnic in a pavilion with shaded tables, and more.
Learn more about the Warm Springs Natural Area at https://www.warmspringsnaturalarea.com. 
Learn more about the Moapa Valley National Wildlife Refuge at https://www.fws.gov/refuge/moapa-valley.
Touch-a-Truck Las Vegas
Saturday, April 1, 9am-2pm
Downtown Summerlin
Horn-Free Hour:  9am -10am
Purchase tickets here
Children under two are free! 
Put your imagination in gear and go! At TOUCH-A-TRUCK kids of all ages can climb on-board and get behind the wheel of their favorite vehicles. There will be the opportunity to explore fire trucks, construction trucks, school busses and more! There will be lots of entertainment and activities for the whole family to enjoy!
Tickets are $6.00 each online and $10.00 at the door. 
Lowe’s DIY Workshop

Build a Bunny Planter Workshop

Saturday, April 1 at 10am

Celebrate spring when you bring your little builder to create a Bunny Planter. It’s a great way for kids to grow new skills and take home a fun garden project!


Kizuna Japanese Spring Festival 

Saturday, April 1, 11am – 6pm
Lorenzi Park

Japanese culture, art, tea ceremony, calligraphy, origami, entertainment and more. 

Majestic Canyon Guided Hike

Saturday, April 1, 9am – 11am
Lake Mead National Recreation Area

Enjoy spectacular vertical cliffs as you hike through colorful winding washes along the base of the River Mountains. Be rewarded by a magnificent view of Fortification Hill and the Boulder Basin as you travel back to your car. This is a moderate three-mile hike.
Walk up a colorful, winding wash that ends at a dry waterfall. Enjoy spectacular vertical cliffs as you hike along the base of the River Mountains. Wildlife viewing opportunities are always a possibility. This is a moderate 3-mile hike.
Meet at the Alan Bible Visitor Center to caravan to the trailhead. Hike will be approximately 2 hours long. Bring at least 3 liters of water.
Grand Opening of Pearson Splash Pad

Saturday, April 1, 12pm – 2pm
Pearson Community Center
1625 West Carey, Las Vegas

Live DJ, free food while supplies last, plus giveaways. 

Helen Meyer Family Fun Fair

Saturday, April 1, 10am – 1pm
Helen Meyer Community Center
4525 New Forest Drive, Las Vegas

Bring your family for a day in the park with complimentary cotton candy, ice cream, cookies, bounce houses, arts & crafts, climbing, and games.

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Home Depot Kids’ Workshops

Saturday, April 1: Poolside Birdhouse

Home Depot Workshops are the first Saturday of every month. No registration required. This is a FREE event.

All About Plants Events

Saturday, April 1, 9am – 3pm
Springs Preserve

Kick off Earth Month at the Springs Preserve! Improve the shade of your green thumb with classes on proper garden planning and plant care. From container gardening to designing a pollinator garden, you’ll learn how to create a functional garden that works for your space. Make it day and browse a variety of desert-adapted plants for sale, tour the Botanical Garden with a Master Gardner (tour times at 9 a.m., 11.am. and 1 p.m.), and check-out kids’ activities including seed balls and seed planting.
Sign-up for classes and learn more about the “All About Plants” event at: https://www.springspreserve.org/events/?id=2393
This event is part of the Springs Preserve’s Earth Month programming. View all Earth Month events and activities at: https://www.springspreserve.org/events/?type=137
National Sibling Day Festival 

Saturday, April 1, 11am – 2pm
Tivoli Village

You’re invited to celebrate the love between siblings at our seventh annual National Sibling Day Festival on April 1 at Tivoli Village Las Vegas!
This free family event for the community will feature carnival games, music, prizes, and more while supporting our mission of sibling preservation and connecting brothers and sisters separated through foster care.
Donations will be accepted onsite to help send siblings separated by foster care to camp together this summer.
Bank of America Museums on Us

April 1 – 2, 2023

Museums on Us is available to Bank of America, Merrill or Bank of America Private Bank (U.S. Trust) credit or debit cardholders. Please review eligibility and terms prior to your visit.

Participating Museums in Las Vegas
Discovery Children’s Museum 
Springs Preserve

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Grand Opening of Ernest & Betty Becker Family Technology Center and Recreation Park

Saturday, April 1, 10am – 2pm
Ribbon Cutting 10:20am 
2221 Maverick Street 

FREE Cone Day at Ben & Jerry’s 

Monday, April 3, 12pm – 8pm
The District at Green Valley Ranch

Join us on Monday, April 3rd at Ben & Jerry’s inside The District at Green Valley Ranch for FREE CONE DAY! Enjoy a free ice cream cone from Noon – 8PM. No Problem! purchase necessary.

Henderson Police Family Field Day

Friday, April 7, 12pm – 4pm 
Cinnamon Ridge Park 
825 Burkholder Boulevard, Henderson

The Henderson Police Department Police Athletic League is having a Family Field Day on Friday, April 7th from 12pm to 4pm. Come enjoy games, activities, food truck, music, and raffle prizes. 
First Friday Las Vegas

Friday, April 7, 5pm – 11pm 
1025 S 1st Street

The theme for March is ARTUOK

Featured artist: Nancy Good nancygoodart.com

Cindy Funkhouser Artist Space: Mary Felkner

Music: City of Las Vegas Stage performances start at 5pm

Support our key sponsors: City of Las Vegas, Hemperco, Baileys, Jardin, TMobile, AT&T, and Health for Life.

We are ecstatic to host local culture and community and are taking all proper health and safety protocols at this time.


Headed to First Friday? Don’t waste time driving around downtown Las Vegas trying to find a spot. Take advantage of one of our offerings.

Park & Ride

Park at the city of Las Vegas parking garage, 500 S. Main St., and take the shuttle to and from First Friday. The shuttle runs from 3 p.m. to midnight. Additional parking at 1000 Commerce Street

Reservable Parking Spots

We offer parking throughout downtown that you can reserve in advance. Reserve a spot

Wherever you park, please make sure the spot is clearly signed for public or event parking; never park anywhere that is not.

The Music of Star Wars

Sunday, April 2 at 2pm
The Smith Center

Experience Star Wars like never before! The Force summons you to join us for an epic performance of music celebrating a galaxy far, far away. Voted Best of Las Vegas Arts & Culture Event, the Young Artists Orchestra returns to the Smith Center for this special presentation. Pick up your lightsaber, dress up as your favorite character, and join us for this family-friendly symphonic event.

IKEA Kids Craft Nights

KIDS EAT FREE at IKEA on Wednesdays!

You must be an IKEA Family member. Sign up HERE for FREE.
IKEA Family members get FREE coffee or tea when you visit plus special offers includes dining offers like Kids Eat FREE.

Show off your little one’s creative side every Wednesday evening from 5:00pm-7:00pm in the Swedish Restaurant. Each week we feature a different craft for children to create and take home! This week we will be using SVAMPIG sponges to create sponge painting art! These activities are subject to change and open to children of all ages with the company of a parent or a responsible adult. Seating is limited and available first come first serve, while supplies last. 

Las Vegas Aviators Home Opener 

Tuesday, April 4, 7:05pm
Las Vegas Ballpark 

Get tickets HERE. 

Las Vegas Aviators

The Las Vegas Aviators home opening game is Tuesday, April 4, 2023. 

Las Vegas Aviators 2023 Schedule

Bark in the Park at Las Vegas Ballpark every Wednesday. 
Las Vegas Aviators April Promotional Nights
April 7 – Firework Fridays 
April 9– Las Vegas Stars Throwback Game
The Makers Hive Market

Saturday, April 8, 11am – 5pm
The District at Green Valley

The Makers Hive Market is excited to be back in NEVADA! The District at Green Valley Ranch offers a fun shopping & dinning experience outdoors for the whole family with over 70+ shops & eateries, including a splash pad!!
Town Square Las Vegas Hop and Shop 

Saturday, April 8, 10am – 5pm
Town Square Las Vegas

This all-day event has entertainment, rides, concessions, and of course, the Easter Bunny along with the main attraction: FREE Easter egg hunts* with plastic eggs and candy for children ages 1-10. The egg hunts will kick off at 10 a.m. with 3 age categories (1-3, 4-6 and 7-10) and multiple egg hunts for each category.
Please bring your own container.

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Literacy in the Park 

Saturday, April 8, 1pm – 5pm
Sunset Park

This FREE event will be full of fun literacy activities for children. Kids will be able to build their own puppets, design their own book covers and engage in different read-aloud activities.
Children’s books, ages 3-6, will be available to take home! Home literacy activities will be provided to parents.
The event will end with an egg hunt. Who will be able to get the most eggs?
Futuro Project, Nevada State College organizes this event funded by The Office of English Language Acquisition, Dept. of Education.
Shakespeare in Henderson: Romeo & Juliet

Saturday, April 8, 6pm
Silver Springs Recreation Center Amphitheater
1951 Silver Springs Pkwy, Henderson

FREE performance of Nevada Shakespeare Festival’s classic Romeo and Juliet.

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Dino Safari: A Walk Thru Adventure 

Dino Safari opens April 10, 2023, at Horseshoe Las Vegas (formerly Bally’s Las Vegas) on its lower level next to The Cabinet of Curiosities.

Tickets go on sale Tuesday, April 4, and are available for purchase at DinoSafari.com. Interested parties can join the waitlist here to get first access to tickets. This experiential walk-through attraction for all ages will run for a limited engagement only, and takes over the space formerly held by the popular National Geographic’s Rarely Seen, another amazing immersive limited engagement produced by Imagine Exhibitions.

Dino Safari: A Walk Thru Adventure will be open daily from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tickets start at $22.25 and children 2 and under are free.


Wednesday, April 12, 6pm 
Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood

The band will be performing at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood on April 12.

Gorillaz will be in Las Vegas one night only to promote their eighth studio album “Cracker Island”.

The band collaborated with some of the biggest names in music on their new album including Bad Bunny, Stevie Nicks, and Beck.

Caesars Rewards members, Live Nation customers, and Ticketmaster customers will have access to a presale on Feb. 28.

Tickets go on sale to the general public on March 2.

Clark County Fair & Rodeo

April 12 – 16, 2023
Clark County Fairgrounds, Logandale

Purchase tickets here

Since 1988 the small community of Logandale hosts one of the nation’s premier PRCA and WPRA Rodeos. Over 500 of the world’s top professional athletes will come to compete at the 5-day event.  The Clark County Fair & Rodeo has made a tradition of pairing the best athletes with some of the best livestock in the west. This year will be no exception! Stock Contractors Northcott Macza, Bar T Legacy Pro Rodeo, and Sankey Pro Rodeo and Phenom Genetics will bring rough stock to test the best. See you at this year’s Rodeo!

Wednesday April 12th, 10 AM – 11 PM

Thursday April 13th, 10 AM – 11 PM

Friday April 14th, 10 AM – 11 PM

Saturday April 15th, 10 AM – 11 PM

Sunday April 16th, 10 AM – 9 PM

Vintage Market Days of Southern Nevada

April 14 -16, 2023
The Lawn at Downtown Summerlin 

Vintage Market Days is an upscale vintage & vintage-inspired indoor/outdoor market, featuring original art, antiques, clothing, jewelry, handmade treasures, home decor, outdoor furnishings, consumable yummies, seasonal plantings, and a little more. The Market is a three-day event held two times/year! Each Vintage Market Days event is a unique opportunity for vendors to display their talents and passions in different venues throughout the country. The Market will also provide the customer with a very special shopping experience to both vendors and customers throughout the country!

Event Hours & Admissions

Friday, April 14, 2023
Early Buying Event
10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Saturday, April 15, 2023
General Admission
10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Sunday, April 16, 2023
General Admission
10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Admission for children under 12 is free. Cash and credit card are accepted at the gate. Once purchased, your ticket is good for re-entry into the event all weekend.

Fam Jam 

Saturday, April 15, 11am – 2pm 
Lorenzi Park

The LVMPD Office of Community Engagement invites you to the annual Fam Jam. The FREE event will have face painting, train rides, community resources, free dental screenings, bounce houses, a rock climbing wall, a petting zoo, music, and much more including free food and drink.

Las Vegas Highland Games and Celtic Festival 

April 15 – 16, 2023
Craig Ranch Regional Park

Silver Springs Festival 

Saturday, April 15, 1230pm – 330pm
Silver Springs Recreation Center

Get out and get active this Spring at our neighborhood festival. There are activities for the whole family including games, entertainment, local artists, and music. Silver Springs instructors will demo classes offered at the center. Food trucks will be onsite to purchase refreshments.
Wristbands available for $3 in advance ($5 at the door) that includes bounce house, face painting and entry into the cake walk. Register using activity code 151481-12.
Children 12 years and below must be accompanied by an adult.
Power Wheels Spring Cup 

Saturday, April 15, 10am
Veterans Memorial Community Center

Kids ages 3-8 are invited to bring their personal Power Wheels and compete in a friendly race!
Registered Power Wheels must be the original stock vehicles with no modified batteries. Helmets are required for participation.
Registration is $25 per racer | Must Register by March 1.
For more information, please call 702.229.1100

Events from April 17 – April 23

Paradise Amusements Carnival 

Open daily through Saturday, April 22
Rancho Swap Meet

Open Monday – Friday 5pm to close and Saturday 2pm to close. Closing time depends on the crowd. All day ride wristbands are $40. Rides start at 36″ tall. The Ferris Wheel and Ring of Fire are both up and ready for you along with carnival games and delicious food. 

As They Grow Sale

April 19 – April 23
732 South Racetrack Road, Henderson

This consignment sale offers clothing, shoes, home goods, furniture, toys, strollers, new baby items, maternity items, and more! Save a ton when you shop with As They Grow!

Largest Student Run Farmer’s Market in the Nation

Friday, April 21, 930am – 1pm 
Downtown Summerlin 

Friday, April 21Green Our Planet will host the largest student-run farmers market in the nation from 9:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. at Downtown Summerlin. This year marks the 10th anniversary of Green Our Planet and their efforts in making a difference in the lives of children and in the world.

For more information on the Green Our Planet’s giant student farmers market, please visit greenourplanet.org.

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Spring Family Wellness Event

Saturday, April 22, 9am -12n
Clark County Government Center
Join us for a day filled with family-friendly activities, one-of-a-kind custom cars, prizes and more! This year, it’s a double feature as the Healthy Living Institute’s Spring Wellness Event joins forces with the UMC Foundation’s “Those Happy Days” Car Show. There will be giveaways, outdoor games, educational resources, food, root beer floats, live music and, of course, cars!
You won’t want to miss this party!
For more information, please contact the Healthy Living Institute at UMC: 702-383-SELF (7353)

Meow Wolf Upcycled Garden Art Installation

Saturday, April 22, 12pm – 6pm
Meow Wolf at Area 15 Las Vegas

This Earth Day, Meow Wolf’s mind-bending, interactive art exhibition, Omega Mart, welcomes artist Daniel “Attaboy” Seifert to host an art installation and art-making event in celebration of Earth Day. 

The Upcycled Garden installation, planted and tended by Seifert, arrives at AREA15 Saturday, April 22. The ever-growing, touring exhibit features beautiful, organic “plants” that, under closer inspection, are composed as a visual diary of consumption, including refuse and discarded items, from light bulb and covid test to pizza and other delivery boxes that are used to create them.

From 12:00 to 6:00 p.m. Meow Wolf will play host to this lush garden landscape and their first making event of the year at “The Wall,” AREA15’s new event space.  The soothing, open-ended play of constructing the colorful landscape will include the opportunity to view the exhibit AND contribute to a new sculpture as well as creating their own “take home” piece of art. This fun, all-ages event is free and open to the public. 

After Saturday’s event, the show will be on exhibit at Las Vegas-Clark County Library District’s Sahara West Library through summer.

All in a Day’s Play

Saturday, April 22
10am – 1pm 
East Las Vegas Library

Dance performances, karate, face painting, balloon making, petting zoo, raffle prizes, and dozens of family FUN engagement activities geared to ages 0-8!
Come join The Library District, NevAEYC, Nevada Department of Education’s Office of Early Learning, and many more community organizations, for a day of fun at The East Las Vegas Library to celebrate The Week of the Young Child! 


Saturday, April 22, 10am – 1pm 
Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church 
6520 N Dapple Gray Road Las Vegas

Black Mountain Recreation Center Open House

Saturday, April 22, 10am – 2pm 
Black Mountain Recreation Center, Henderson

Join us for the Black Mountain Recreation Center open house! Tour the center, meet with staff, and learn more about all the programs and activities offered. Enjoy games, bounce houses, refreshments demos and more!
Free admission for all ages!

Holo Holo Market & Earth Day Plant Swap

Saturday, April 22, 11am – 1pm 
Ferguson’s Downtown

Tree Planting and Park Clean Up

Saturday, April 22, 830am – 113oam
Desert Horizon Park – 3750 Simmons Street

In celebration of Earth Day and Global Youth Service Day, join Councilwoman Garcia-Anderson and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints to garden, plant new trees, and clean up Desert Horizon Park to keep it sparkling!
City staff will provide all needed materials and tools onsite.

Earth Day Festival 

Saturday, April 22, 10am – 4pm
Springs Preserve

Celebrate Earth Day on Saturday, April 22 at the Springs Preserve, where Every Day is Earth Day! Join the community and bring the whole family for fun and educational explorations of our campus—a living example of sustainable lifestyles, design and architecture. Check out our conservation-focused exhibits and attractions, visit with environmental and green industry exhibitors, participate in eco-friendly craft activities, grab a bite to eat from local food trucks, and find out how you can play a role in ensuring a sustainable future through resource conservation, pollution prevention, waste reduction and natural resource protection.
Your general admission ticket also includes entrance to all of the Springs Preserve’s indoor museums and galleries, including the Nevada State Museum and seasonal Butterfly Habitat, and access to the outdoor natural areas, Botanical Garden and trails.

Earth Day Weekend at Downtown Summerlin

Celebrate Earth Day by supporting local students and using multi-modal transportation to explore the natural and manmade beauty throughout the master planned community of Summerlin®!

The two-day celebration of healthy decisions kicks off on Friday, April 21, with the popular giant Student Farmers Market organized by Green Our Planet in partnership with Clark County School District returns to Downtown Summerlin® from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.  This event celebrates the educational value of teaching gardens and healthy eating. The public is invited to purchase produce grown by more than 600 student farmers at 60 schools throughout Las Vegas with proceeds benefitting garden programs at participating schools. 

Green Our Planet, the local nonprofit that helps schools valley-wide to plant and operate teaching gardens and the organizer of the student farmers market, is actively involved in assisting several schools in Summerlin with their gardens funded by The Howard Hughes Corporation. This includes special Pollinator Gardens at select schools that feature flowers that support bees, butterflies, and ladybugs, with emphasis on providing respite for migrating Monarch Butterflies.

“Downtown Summerlin also has its own pollinator garden located in front of Banana Republic, and we encourage shoppers and visitors to make a visit to the garden a part of their Earth Day schedule that weekend,” said Danielle Bisterfeldt, SVP, Marketing and Consumer Experience, Summerlin. “Summerlin is proud of its history of environmental stewardship, and we invite everyone to celebrate Earth Day with us at Downtown Summerlin.”

And on Saturday, April 22, the Tour de Summerlin returns as one of the valley’s most popular cycling events for all ages and abilities. Presented by The Howard Hughes Corporation®, Summerlin and Downtown Summerlin®, Tour de Summerlin is expected to draw more than 500 cyclists.

The Great Northwest Country Fest

Saturday, April 22, noon until sundown 
Lone Mountain Equestrain Park 
4445 N Jensen Street, Las Vegas

Join Coyote Country for The Great Northwest Country Fest – presented by Clark County and hosted by Commissioners Ross Miller and Marilyn Kirkpatrick.
A free family event from noon till sunset- Saturday, April 22nd at Lone Mountain Equestrian Park.
-Live Country music
-Rodeo exhibition
-Bounce houses
-Free barbeque from Road Kill Grill
-Farmer’s Market
-line and square dance lessons
-And, Free Live Entertainment 


Nevada Shakespeare Festival Presents Romeo & Juliet 

Saturday, April 22, 6pm – 8pm 
Solista Park, 2000 Via Firenze

The City of Henderson is partnering with the Nevada Shakespeare Festival for two FREE performances of the classic Romeo and Juliet. As one of Shakespeare’s most notable works, it is always special to see it live!

FREE Movies at West Wind Drive In 

Thursday, April 27
4150 W Carey Avenue

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Follow West Wind Drive In on Instagram for more details to be announced. 

Movies on Missouri: Luca

Thursday, April 27, 730pm 
Whitney Recreation and Senior Center
5712 E Missouri Avenue

Join us for this free movie for all ages! Children under 6 must be accompanied by an adult. Doors open at 6:45 pm. Register for the movie by calling 702-455-7576.

Great American Foodie Fest

April 28 – 30, 2023
CSN West Charleston Campus 

Event moved to May! See our May Event Guide

Las Vegas Events April 24 – April 30, 2023

Imaginarium at Westgate Las Vegas

April 28 – May 7
Get Tickets

Wind your way through rose gardens, transcending into illuminated forest mazes, and enter an enveloping light-based fantasy zone with more than 20 larger-than-life storybook creatures across eight action-packed zones. Imaginarium is returning to Las Vegas with more than 5 Million lights ensuring this will be the most immersive light experience you’ve experienced.

BioBlast at Clark County Wetlands Park

Saturday, April 29, 9am
Clark County Wetlands Park
7050 Wetlands Park Lane

BioBlast is a free event to help kids learn about all the plants and animals of Wetlands Park through science stations and interactive games. Guest scientists and naturalists will help participants find and identify fish, bugs, plants, birds, and mammals.
The event includes observation of World Migratory Bird Day. BioBlast is also part of the Las Vegas Science & Technology Festival’s Outdoor Explorers Day.
In partnership with Commissioner Jim Gibson.

Junior Refuge Ranger Program 

Saturday, April 29, 10am – 1130am
Desert National Wildlife Refuge
16001 Corn Creek Road

Here is your chance to become a Junior Refuge Ranger! Volunteer Sandra will explore the Corn Creek trails with you and guide you through fun activities. At the end you will earn your Junior Refuge Ranger badge! Join us for a wonderful adventure outdoors.
Large organized groups, please contact the refuge to schedule a private program for your group.

Flavors of Aloha 

Saturday, April 29
Downtown Summerlin 

Join us as we bring the Islands of Hawaii at the first ever Flavors of Aloha. Food, music, culture, craft vendors, performances, dance workshops, a Spam Musubii eating competition, lei making, and more. 

Low to the Ground Leroy Book Signing

Saturday, April 29, 10am – 3pm 
Archer and Jane 
Water Street, Henderson

Local Author Kari Walter will be joining us during the Henderson Reads Festival  with her beautifully written + illustrated children’s book.

Also, enjoy 15% off your Archer and Jane shop purchase with purchase of one of her books

Henderson Reads Book Festival 

Saturday, April 29, 10am – 3pm
Water Street Plaza 

A stupendous literary showcase featuring acclaimed picture book, middle grade and young adult authors!
Live readings and discussions
Book signings
Interactive activities
& much more!
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Las Vegas City of Lights Jazz and R&B Festival 

April 29 – April 30
Clark County Government Center Amphitheater
500 S Grand Central Parkway

Two days of Jazz and R&B in Las Vegas! You don’t want to miss this picnic style music festival. Ten amazing acts, picnic baskets with your own food and beverages allowed and our Vendor Village full of great food options, and unique shopping. Parking is free and just a short walk to the front gates.
Saturday April 29th Lineup :
PJ Morton
Avery Sunshine
Loose Ends feat. Jane Eugene
B.J. The Chicago Kid
Jackiem Joyner
Sunday April 30th Lineup :
Chanté Moore
Anthony David
Kindred the Family Soul
Marion Meadows
Alex Bugnon 


Tacos & Tamales Festival Las Vegas

Saturday, April 29, 10am -10pm
Desert Breeze Park 

Join Clark County Parks & Recreation for Tacos & Tamales, a unique culinary food and libation experience! Clark County Parks & Recreation invites the entire Las Vegas community for a truly unique foodie-friendly event! Tantalize your taste buds and spark your imagination with taco and tamale creations ranging from the traditional to the totally insane- all from local vendors. Take your experience to the next level with margarita, tequila and craft beer tastings featuring brands from all over the world. We will also feature entertainment for the whole family, with two stages featuring Lucha Libre Wrestling, local and international musical performances, and games and activities for the kids.

For general inquiries, call (702) 455-8170

Las Vegas City of Lights Jazz and R&B Festival

April 29 – 30, 2023

Clark County Government Center Amphitheater

Two days of Jazz and R&B in Las Vegas! You don’t want to miss this picnic style music festival. Ten amazing acts, picnic baskets with your own food and beverages allowed and our Vendor Village full of great food options, and unique shopping.
Parking is free and just a short walk to the front gates.
Saturday April 29th Lineup :
PJ Morton
Avery Sunshine
Loose Ends feat. Jane Eugene
B.J. The Chicago Kid
Jackiem Joyner
Sunday April 30th Lineup :
Chanté Moore
Anthony David
Kindred the Family Soul
Marion Meadows
Alex Bugnon

Skye & Stars

Saturday, April 29,  6pm – 10pm 
Skye Canyon Park 

In celebration of International Astronomy Day, Skye Canyon’s 8th annual Skye & Stars stargazing event with the Las Vegas Astronomical Society (LVAS) is set for Saturday, April 29, 2023, at Skye Canyon Park.
Gates open at 6 p.m. for picnicking, music, lawn games, and food trucks with constellation viewing beginning after dark from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. 
This is a FREE, family-friendly event open to all! Donations for the Las Vegas Astronomical Society will be accepted during the event.
There will also be a raffle to win an AWB OneSkye Telescope, one of the best telescopes on the market for astronomy lovers and learners. 

Royal Tea: A Jungle Adventure Cruise

Sunday, April 30, 12pm – 3pm 
Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas

Slither, Swing, Hop, or Fly on over and join us for the adventure of the year!
Pack your bags, as you’ve been cordially invited on a ferocious Jungle Cruise Adventure aboard the S.S. DISCOVERY! Set in the tropical Amazon Rainforest, experience wild safari-themed décor, howling good entertainment, and a plethora of paw-some activities and crafts. We encourage all the real party animals to arrive in fun wildlife prints or jungle-inspired attire!
The Royal Tea is a family-friendly event, semi-formal afternoon tea, and lunch, which includes a silent auction, raffle, themed crafts, and activities for our youngest guests!
This annual event raises important funding for dynamic learning experiences and community outreach programs DISCOVERY offers to children and families in Southern Nevada.

Amazing Las Vegas Comicon

April 28 – 30, 2023

THE AMAZING LAS VEGAS COMIC CONVENTION will be taking place at the Las Vegas Convention center, located at:

3150 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89109. The convention will be held in Hall NORTH 1.

Friday, April 28: 3pm-8pm
Saturday, April 29: 10am-7pm*
Sunday, April 30: 10am-6pm

*On Saturday Night, the Costume Contest begins in the Main Theatre Room, at the close of the convention. No more transactions will take place, and folks will be moved off the floor. The Costume Contest should last until approximately 8:30pm

Celebrate Israel Festival 

Sunday, April 30, 430pm – 8pm
The AMP at Craig Ranch Regional Park 

The biggest event in Nevada for the pro-Israel and Jewish community. Join us to celebrate the 75th Israel’s independence day with an blue and white festival for the entire family! Live shows, Kids rides, Teens area, Young professional lounge, Food trucks, Israeli Market, Arts and crafts and many more surprises.

Las Vegas Science & Technology Festival 

April 28 – May 6, 2023

Register for events HERE!