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What To Do in Las Vegas This Weekend (Dec 3 – 5)

Watch real-life cowboys in action, stroll through an art walk, run with Santa, and more this weekend in Las Vegas

1. Head to the rodeo

Say hello to the National Finals Rodeo. The 10-day extravaganza celebrates everything cowboy and country. The actual rodeo gets underway at 5:45 pm each night but there are fun events all over town, from concerts to Cowboy Christmas at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

NFR tickets start at $76.

When: Dec 2 – 11 @ 5:45 pm

Where: The main competition is at the Thomas & Mack Center, events are all over town

2. Support local artists

It’s that time again- First Friday!

First Friday is a monthly cultural celebration and art walk in the Downtown Arts District. This month’s theme is “It’s a Wrap” with Doctor Ziso as the featured artist. There will be plenty of local artists and vendors as well as at least 15 food trucks. Donations to Toys for Tots are encouraged.

When: Friday, 5 – 11 pm

Where: Downtown Arts District, 1025 S 1st St

3. Drink at Tivoli Village

This Saturday, head to Tivoli Village for the 6th Annual LV Margarita, Mojito, Craft Beer & Food Truck Festival. You’ll enjoy unlimited booze tastings and the groovy sounds of f Boogie Nights and the Spazmatics. 20 food trucks will be there if you get the munchies. Tickets are $45.

When: Saturday, 2 – 8 pm

Where: Tivoli Village

4. Run with Santa

Running with Santa sounds fun…how about running with thousands of Santas?

The Las Vegas Great Santa Run is an annual charity for event Opportunity Village. Everyone dresses up as Santa and has a good time for a 5K or one-mile run. The races start at 8 am. Registration includes your Santa suit and swag bag.

If you don’t want to run yourself, just hang out and watch the fun. There’ll be an afterparty near the finish line until 1 pm.

When: Saturday @ 8 am

Where: Downtown

5. Party at the Mob Museum

On Repeal Day, you party to celebrate the end of Prohibition. This year you can do it at the Underground at the Mob Museum. Tickets cost $115 and include an open bar, appetizers, and live music. 

When: Sunday @ 7 pm 

Where: The Underground at the Mob Museum 

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