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The Springs Preserve hosts several annual special events tied into holidays, seasons and cultural celebrations. These productions provide an opportunity for the community to come together and experience the Preserve's grounds and facilities through music, art, activities, tours and concessions.
You can search our full calendar for all upcoming events and programs at the Springs Preserve. Click on the links below to learn more about our signature events.
Commemorating the contributions of African-Americans to Southern Nevada's history and culture, the Springs Preserve presents its annual Black History Month Festival every February. This family-friendly event includes a children's film festival, historic black Las Vegas photography exhibit, live entertainment, food and craft vendors, and much more.
Join the Easter Bunny and celebrate the arrival of spring as the Springs Preserve hosts the EggStravaganza celebration. This family-friendly event is filled with festive spring-inspired activities, including an EggScavenger Hunt, bunny petting pen, pictures with the Easter Bunny, games, arts and crafts, food, entertainment and much more.
Join us at the Springs Preserve to honor children and celebrate childhood with our annual Día del Niño event, held in April. Celebrated worldwide, Día del Niño is all about the little ones. We offer hours of fun for children of all ages, including clowns and magicians, dancing and singing groups, interactive games, traditional Mexican food and drink, and hands-on arts and crafts workshops.
Join dozens of artists from Cirque du Soleil's Las Vegas shows and more than 1,000 community members in March for the annual Run Away with Cirque du Soleil at the Springs Preserve, A ONE DROP World Water Day Event. In addition to the 5k run or 1-mile fun walk, participants will enjoy live entertainment by Cirque du Soleil musicians, massage therapy, a warm-up with Cirque performers, and activities for children.
Cool off with sweet treats by the scoopful -- and listen to some great live music -- as the Springs Preserve hosts its annual all-you-can-eat Ice Cream Festival in May. The event features stations serving ice cream cones, sundaes, novelties and root beer floats, with entertainment for all ages including airbrush tattoos, a photo booth, a bubble play station and carnival games.
New for 2013, the inaugural Springs Preserve Ohana Festival—a family-friendly celebration of Hawaiian and Pacific Islander culture—will feature a variety of fun and educational, hand-on activities as well as hula and ukulele performances, lei making, storytelling, games and food.
Kick off summer with hot blues, cold beer and tasty grub at our Brews & Blues Festival, held each June. This adults-only event features unlimited samples of micro-brews and live music from a variety of blues and rockabilly bands.
At the beginning of Autumn, the Springs Preserve celebrates one of the world's most time-honored holidays with food and live entertainment at our annual Asian Harvest Moon Festival. The family-friendly event features art and crafts, food concessions, live music and dance performances, retail vendors, a children's lantern parade, and much more.
Every October, join wine connoisseurs and beer enthusiasts from throughout Southern Nevada--and help raise money for a good cause--at the Springs Preserve's annual Grapes & Hops Festival. Benefiting Par for The Cure, a non-profit organization dedicated to raising funds for breast cancer research, Grapes & Hops pairs tastings of amazing wines and a unique selection of beers with live music and complimentary food. The event is open to guests 21 and over.
In October, spooktacular fun for all ages awaits those who dare enter the Spring Preserve's annual Haunted Harvest. The family-friendly event features a haunted house, trick or treat stations, carnival games, live entertainment and much more.
Celebrate life and experience the rich customs of the Day of the Dead at the Springs Preserve every November. The family-friendly Día de Muertos celebration blends rich customs with exciting activities: live entertainment, mariachis, storytelling, traditional Mexican food, face painting, sugar skull decorating, an art exhibition and more, including publicly created altars.
The Black History Month Festival is one of several annual cultural events.Video »
Diverse events at the Preserve offer something for everyone.Photos »
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