Festivals come in many varieties, sizes, and forms. In the next few months, Las Vegas will welcome many fall festivals. You may must find one that will cause you to plan a trip now.
Everyone has heard of or attended an Oktoberfest Festival somewhere. The roots of this festival can be found in Bavaria and it began way back in 1810. Today, millions of visitors will flood into Germany to attend the 16 day fun festival. It is filled with merrymaking and lots of beer.
The Vegas version of Oktoberfest will be held at Hofbrauhaus located at the corner of Harmon and Paradise, just east of the Strip. The festivities will begin September 16th and end on October 31st. Now that’s a lot of celebrating. Those who attend will be greeted with a vast array of German delights such as schnitzel and bratwurst. And, don’t forget the beer.
Our spotlight now lands on the Crafted Coco and Grapes Festival that will be held September 17-18 at Temple Sinai located at 9001 Hillpointe Road in Las Vegas. Here attendees will enjoy chocolate and wine, a favorite combination of many.
Another festival to consider is Bite of Las Vegas that will be held at Desert Breeze Park located at 8275 Spring Mountain Rd. The date for this one-day event is September 10th. This is where people who love to eat and sample various culinary delights will want to go. Both local and national chefs will display their favorite dishes. There will be entertainment offered by popular radio performers.
Some of the other upcoming events include the Golden Nugget’s Fall Beer Fest, the Original Margarita Festival, Las Vegas Jazz Festival, Las Vegas Latino Film Festival, Las Vegas Bike Festival, and Vegas Gone Yoga,
To learn more about these and more fall festivals visit this site. There is something for everyone this fall in Las Vegas.