Southern Nevada’s Music Festival and Fair is bringing in the biggest State Fair Carnival Experience to the Las Vegas valley, with over 35 large format carnival rides, daily celebrity meet & greets, a free festival music stage featuring KWNR’s hottest country acts, the Iron Dog Dock Dogs East vs. West competition filmed as a one-hour television special for the Outdoor Channel, Blood Village’s Haunted Maze, Vegas’ best gourmet food trucks and food vendors, beer and wine gardens, the world’s largest sling-shot, and the best specialty arts, crafts and retail vendors.
The Nevada Wild Fest has something for everyone and 100% of the net proceeds of this event are donated to the Lili Claire Foundation. “Our goal has always been to bring up-and-coming talent to the Nevada Wild Fest and allow families to have a great time while they support an important cause,” said Keith Resnick, Nevada Wild Fest Organizer and Co-Founder of the Lili Claire Foundation. “This year is no exception, we have great performers and experiences planned all four days.”
Admission to the festival, which includes daily concerts, celebrity meet and greets, cooking demonstrations, national DockDogs® competitions, Zumbathon, safe trick or treating, and much more, is just $9 for adults, $7 for military, seniors and college students with ID, and free for children three and under. Schedule: 10/25/2012 3pm-12am, 10/26-10/28 11am-12am