• Event Series Live Trivia with Phil Kotler

    Trivia Lite with Phil Kotler

    The Composers Room 953 East Sahara Avenue E1A, Las Vegas, NV, United States

    Phil Kotler from Bleach Improv hosts Trivia Lite, a general bar trivia game accessible to all ages and backgrounds. Form a team or ride solo in a six round competition with other teams all vying for the first place prize and bragging rights. Full menu and bar with free and plentiful parking. Come early for […]

  • History of Juneteenth

    Clark County Library 1401 East Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, NV, United States

    Tyler D. Parry, an associate professor of African American and African Diaspora Studies at UNLV, will share the history of the Juneteenth holiday and its broader importance within the United States. Using images and historical documentation, he examines its origins within Galveston, Texas, an island city on the Gulf Coast, and how the celebration eventually […]

  • Nevada Women’s Film Festival

    UNLV 4505 S Maryland Parkway, Las Vegas, NV, United States

    10th Annual Nevada Women’s Film Festival returns June 19-23, featuring over 100 films, by and about women, from 21 countries. To celebrate its 10th Anniversary, the fest features a jam-packed experience planned with extra special events and screenings each day.  

  • Juneteenth Flag Raising & Festival

    Water Street Plaza 240 S. Water Street, Henderson, NV, United States

    A special June 3 flag raising ceremony is planned to kick off city of Henderson observation of Juneteenth, a national event commemorating the emancipation of enslaved African Americans in the United States. Later, on Juneteenth, June 19, the city of Henderson plans a festival with spoken word presentation by Marc Bamuthi Joseph, a performance by […]

  • “You Write the Story”

    East Las Vegas Library 2851 East Bonanza Road, Las Vegas, NV, United States

    Seeing these paintings by artist Lee Lanier, in which characters interact with surrounding objects or each other, viewers are invited to write their own narratives — Lanier thinks viewers often have more interesting interpretations of his paintings than he does. Through Aug. 4

  • “The Art of Theo Tso”

    Spring Valley Library 4280 S. Jones Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV, United States

    Theo Tso is an enrolled member of the Las Vegas Paiute Tribe and also has ties to the Navajo (Diné). He is the creative mind behind "Captain Paiute: Indigenous Defender of the Southwest." Captain Paiute wields the power of Pah (water) and grapples with evil men, like Bad Medicine. Through July 4.

  • “Dr. AnnaMarie Lao Carley, MD: Forgotten Connection”

    Summerlin Library 1771 Inner Circle, #Drive, Las Vegas, NV, United States

    Paintings that explore the need for connection to both nature and community, particularly in the context of instantaneous social immersion and post-pandemic discontent. "My hope is that my art will reflect the kinship and longing between individuals and their environments." Through Aug. 18.

  • “Desert Designers: Eight of Us”

    West Charleston Library 6301 W. Charleston Blvd., Las Vegas, NV, United States

    This collection is a collaboration of fiber art and mixed-media art by eight women who express a common interest in textiles and found objects. The works feature a wide range of materials, such as commercial and handmade textiles, as well as up-cycled items such as beads, trims, seeds, shells, fossils and metallic threads, and paint. […]

  • Taking Off the Stigma: A Burlesque Benefit Show

    The Good Wolf Lifestyle Co 1319 S Commerce St, Las Vegas, NV, United States

    Join us for our second annual burlesque show and fundraiser at The Good Wolf Lifestyle Co in Downtown Las Vegas, "Taking off the stigma, two". We have a lovely lineup of seven performers for the evening, taking off the stigma in support of suicide prevention. All tickets include a drink ticket; VIP tickets include a […]

  • Pride Poetry Slam

    Taverna Costera 1031 South Main Street, Las Vegas, NV, United States

    Spotlight Poetry celebrates the LGBTQIA+ community. Special guest: Raina Jane. In addition to the poetry, there will be drag performances, local LGBTQIA+ vendors, and giveaways. The List relies on you to cover our expenses and pay our hard-working curators. Become a supporter today!

    $10 – $15
  • “Queer Monuments” exhibit

    Winchester Dondero Cultural Center 3130 S McLeod Drive, Las Vegas, NV, United States

    This exhibit challenges the classical masculine and cultish notions of monuments and provides a platform for ephemeral and anti-monumental alternatives. The artists in this show present personal monuments to the queerness in their lives. Through July 25. Enjoying The List? Become a member today!

  • Staged reading of “The Slave Who Loved Caviar”

    ThirtyThree Gallery 912 W. Owens Ave., Las Vegas, NV, United States

    This is Ishmael Reed's theatrical investigation into the relationship between Jean-Michel Basquiat and Andy Warhol. It will be followed by a discussion about the exploitation of the Black spirit in Western society. The List relies on sustaining members to cover our expenses and pay our curators. Become a member today!

  • Dinosaur Explorer

    Springs Preserve 333 S. Valley View Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV, United States

    Dinosaur Explorer is an all-new traveling exhibition that explores the wildest, wackiest, and most wonderous dinosaurs, and examines human physiology through the lens of these magnificent creatures. Although they lived millions of years before us, dinosaurs—just like us—adapted to not only survive, but to thrive on planet earth. As such, paleontologists believe that dinosaurs shared […]

    $4.95 – $9.95
  • Event Series Nuwu Pahsats Speaker Series

    Nuwu Pahsats Speaker Series

    Springs Preserve 333 S. Valley View Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV, United States

    The Nuwu (Southern Paiute Garden) Speaker Series provides a space for Indigenous Knowledge Givers to share their cultural lifeways and experience with the greater community.  Emphasizing sustainable relationships with water, plants, and the landscape, the speaker series creates an opportunity for collaborative, community-based learning that inspires guests to think differently about their relationships with nature. […]

  • Summer Kickoff Party

    Taverna Costera 1031 South Main Street, Las Vegas, NV, United States

    Sound The Groove hosts this Summer Kickoff Party on the Rooftop of Taverna Costera in the Arts District of Las Vegas. Join us for an amazing night filled with live music, entertainment, dancing, drinking, cheering, masquerade masks and more.

  • Event Series Abandon

    Abandon ⭐[5OFFTL for $5 off]⭐

    Vegas Theatre Company at Art Square 1025 South 1st Street #110, Las Vegas, NV, United States

    Vegas' newest hit horror spectacle returns to Vegas Theatre Company. Abandon promises to immerse you in the "horrifying world of the Marquis de Sade as you descend into the dark abyss of his deranged asylum" and deliver a "truly unique theatrical experience where psychological terror, grotesque beauty and edgy kink collide to create a horror […]

    $50 – $90
  • EdenCon

    Moonlight Karaoke Lounge 4500 Sunset Road, #42, Henderson, NV, United States

    EdenCon is the highly anticipated cosplay-required party hosted annually in Las Vegas, Nevada. It aims to create a safe space for the black anime and gaming community to come together and party.

  • Juneteenth Movie Day

    The Doyle 418 West Mesquite Avenue, Las Vegas, NV, United States

    This is a movie screening featuring two documentary films about the history of Las Vegas' Historic Westside neighborhood. The films are "The Story of KCEP....The little station that could...NOT STOP!" which documents the 50-year history of radio station 88.1 KCEP, and "Across the Tracks: A Las Vegas Westside Story" exploring the 118-year history of the […]

  • Las Vegas Men’s Chorus: Color the World Preview

    Clark County Library 1401 East Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, NV, United States

    Celebrate PRIDE and enjoy a preview of the Las Vegas Men's Chorus' 31 season finale, Color the World. The full concert will take place on June 30 at UNLV's Artemus Ham Concert Hall. The chorus will share colorful selections highlighting the many tones of our world, vibrant hues of summer, and the shimmering lights of […]