What To Do in Las Vegas This Weekend (Nov 4 – 6)

From partying at First Friday to gorging yourself at a taco festival, here’s everything you can do this weekend in Las Vegas (Nov 4 – 6).

1. Experience Late Night MAGIC

What To Do in Las Vegas This Weekend (Nov 4 – 6)

You’re in Las Vegas. It’s getting late, and you don’t want to go back to your hotel. Time for Late Night MAGIC.

Late Night MAGIC is a sexy, thrilling show featuring a rotating cast of magicians. You might see a familiar face- host and co-creator Douglas “LEFTY” Leferovich is a TV and Vegas strip regular.

Right now, you can grab tickets for just $22!

When: Friday – Saturday @ 11 pm 

Where: Alexis Park Resort 

2. Take a stroll through a cactus garden

What To Do in Las Vegas This Weekend (Nov 4 – 6)

Get into the holiday spirit and take a stroll through the cactus garden at the Ethel M chocolate factory. You’ll see gorgeous lights laced through the plants. And, of course, you can get some chocolate! After 29 years, the holiday garden has become a Vegas tradition.

Entry costs $1 and all proceeds go to charity. Chocolate tastings start at $25.

When: Daily until January 1. 7 – 10 pm 

Where: Ethel M Chocolate Factory 

3. See local art at First Friday

What To Do in Las Vegas This Weekend (Nov 4 – 6)

Who says Las Vegas doesn’t have culture? First Friday is back, and this time, the monthly art walk is honoring Xochil Xitlall. However, she’s not the only artist who will be on display. See work from dozens of creators, many of them local. There will also be at least 20 food trucks serving delicious eats.

Entry is free.

When: Friday, 5 – 11 pm 

Where: 1025 S 1st St

4. Gorge yourself at a taco festival

What To Do in Las Vegas This Weekend (Nov 4 – 6)

Dia de Los Muertos is over, but you can still celebrate Mexican culture in Las Vegas. The Great Las Vegas Taco Festival is taking over Craig Ranch Regional Park all weekend.

Stuff your face with the goods from more than 25 taco vendors while you dance to live mariachi music and get thrilled on carnival rides. In the mood for a challenge? Try your luck at the hot pepper-eating contest. The festivities end with fireworks on Sunday night.

GA entry is $12.

When: Friday – Sunday

Where: Craig Ranch Regional Park

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