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6.9 – Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth Bowling Tournament Suncoast Bowling Center, 9090 Alta Dr. Help NPHY assist local homeless youth at two family-friendly bowling events: “Superheroes by Day” and “Vigilantes by Night”, each featuring unlimited bowling, food, giveaways, raffle prizes, a photo booth and more. The evening sesh features a DJ and cosmic bowling. Visit www.nphy.org/hya to register. 6.9 – 96.3 KKLZ’s Junefest Sunset Station Amphitheater, 1301 W. Sunset Rd. The amphitheater lights up with this salute to the 80’s that includes performances by Rick Springfield, Jefferson Starship featuring Mickey Thomas and Grammy Award-winning artist Terri Nunn and Berlin. Visit www.sclv.com to for more information. 6.9 – George Noory Live Veil Pavilion @ Silverton Las Vegas, 3333 Blue Diamond Rd. National radio talk show host George Noory talks about paranormal phenomena, time travel, alien abductions, conspiracies and all things unexlplained. Visit www.silvertoncasino.com for info. 6.9-30 – Las Vegas 51s Games Cashman Field, 850 N. Las Vegas Blvd. Come out to the field for some exciting baseball action as Las Vegas’ own 51s take on New Orleans (6.5-7), Round Rock (6.9-11), Reno (6.21-24) and Salt Lake (6.29-30). Visit www.milb.com for tickets and schedule info. 6.14-16 – Las Vegas Car Stars Fremont St. Fans of Knight Rider, Dukes of Hazzard, Starsky & Hutch, Ghostbusters and other films that feature a showstealing vehicle will love this display of “star cars” on Fremont, along with themed car parades and lots of family friendly fun. Visit www.lasvegascarstars.com for info. 6.16 – DjangoVegas 2018 Historic Fifth Street School, 401 S. Fourth St. Join this annual celebration of the music of Django Reinhardt and other gypsy jazz musicians past and present featuring Black Market Trust, Harmonious Wail with Bjorn Thoroddsen and Hot Club of Las Vegas. Visit the www.lasvegasnevada.gov events portal for info. 6.16 – Glow Worm 5K Fun Run and 1-Mile Run/Walk Equestrian Park South Trailhead, 1200 Equestrian Dr. On your mark, get set, GLOW! Enjoy a night under the stars in Henderson with a leisurely stroll or challenging run. Just be sure to wear your brightest fitness attire. Visit www.cityofhenderson.com to register. 6.18-29 – Las Vegas Restaurant Week Participating Las Vegas Restaurants Make a reservation at award-winning restaurants and local eateries you’ve always wanted to try and dine out for a good cause. Participating restaurants will offer prix fixe selections with a portion of the proceeds going to help Three Square Food Bank. Visit www.helpoutdineoutlv.org about two weeks before the event for details. 6.22 – TEDxUNLV 2018 Judy Bayley Theatre @ UNLV, 4505 S. Maryland Pkwy. More than 14 presenters, including scientists, students, artists, researchers, poets, entertainers and others, will take the stage to participate in this day-long event featuring presentations, lunch, art displays and attendee activities. Visit www.unlv.edu/pac for info. 6.23 – Blacklight Slide Sam Boyd Stadium, 7000 E. Russell Rd. Whiz down slides filled with neon glow-in-the-dark water, dance to music from the top DJs in the country, have the time of your life and “Get Glowed”. Visit www.blacklightslide.com for tickets. 6.27-7.14 – Super Summer Theatre’s She Loves Me Spring Mountain Ranch, Highway 159, Blue Diamond Bring a blanket, food and some friends to enjoy Super Summer Theatre’s rendition of the Tony Award-winning romantic comedy She Loves Me. Visit www.supersummertheatre.org for info. 6.29 – Mandalay Bay Beach Concerts Mandalay Bay, 3950 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Dig your feet into the sand and cool off on a hot night with a beach-side performance by Dirty Heads with Iration. Visit www.mandalaybay.com for tickets and info. 6.29-7.1 –Amazing Las Vegas Comic Con Las Vegas Convention Center, 3150 Paradise Rd. Guest appearances by Charlie Cox as Daredevil, Jason David Frank as The Green Ranger and Rob Liefeld, creator of Deadpool, Cable and X-Force, highlight this 3-day festival filled with signings, presentations, artists, exhibitors and more. Cosplay encouraged! Visit www.amazingcomiccon.com for info. Circle the Date 06 June 6.9 – 17th Annual Reggae in the Desert Clark County Amphitheater, 500 Grand Central Pkwy. The Caribbean lifestyle comes alive with music, arts, crafts and food straight from the islands. This year’s festival features headliners Collie Buddz and Third World, with additional performances by Mr. Vegas, Kabaka Pyramid, Cocoa Tea, The Mighty Diamonds and more. Visit www.reggaeinthedesert.com for tickets and info. 63 6.9 – Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth Bowling Tournament Suncoast Bowling Center, 9090 Alta Dr. Help NPHY assist local homeless youth at two family-friendly bowling events: “Superheroes by Day” and “Vigilantes by Night”, each featuring unlimited bowling, food, giveaways, raffle prizes, a photo booth and more. The evening sesh features a DJ and cosmic bowling. Visit www.nphy.org/hya to register. 6.9 – 96.3 KKLZ’s Junefest Sunset Station Amphitheater, 1301 W. Sunset Rd. The amphitheater lights up with this salute to the 80’s that includes performances by Rick Springfield, Jefferson Starship featuring Mickey Thomas and Grammy Award-winning artist Terri Nunn and Berlin. Visit www.sclv.com to for more information. 6.9 – George Noory Live Veil Pavilion @ Silverton Las Vegas, 3333 Blue Diamond Rd. National radio talk show host George Noory talks about paranormal phenomena, time travel, alien abduc- tions, conspiracies and all things unexlplained. Visit www.silvertoncasino.com for info. 6.9-30 – Las Vegas 51s Games Cashman Field, 850 N. Las Vegas Blvd. Come out to the field for some exciting baseball action as Las Vegas’ own 51s take on New Orleans (6.5-7), Round Rock (6.9-11), Reno (6.21-24) and Salt Lake (6.29-30). Visit www.milb.com for tickets and schedule info. 6.14-16 – Las Vegas Car Stars Fremont St. Fans of Knight Rider, Dukes of Hazzard, Starsky & Hutch, Ghostbusters and other films that feature a show- stealing vehicle will love this display of “star cars” on Fremont, along with themed car parades and lots of family friendly fun. Visit www.lasvegascarstars.com for info. 6.9 – 17th Annual 6.16 – DjangoVegas 2018 Reggae in the Desert Historic Fifth Street School, 401 S. Fourth St. Clark County Amphitheater, Join this annual celebration of the music of Django Reinhardt and other gypsy jazz musi- 500 Grand Central Pkwy. cians past and present featuring Black Market Trust, Harmonious Wail with Bjorn The Caribbean lifestyle comes alive with Thoroddsen and Hot Club of Las Vegas. Visit the www.lasvegasnevada.gov events portal music, arts, crafts and food straight from for info. the islands. This year’s festival features 6.16 – Glow Worm 5K Fun Run and 1-Mile Run/Walk headliners Collie Buddz and Third World, Equestrian Park South Trailhead, 1200 Equestrian Dr. with additional performances by Mr. On your mark, get set, GLOW! Enjoy a night under the stars in Henderson with a leisure- Vegas, Kabaka Pyramid, Cocoa Tea, ly stroll or challenging run. Just be sure to wear your brightest fitness attire. Visit The Mighty Diamonds and more. www.cityofhenderson.com to register. Visit www.reggaeinthedesert.com 6.18-29 – Las Vegas Restaurant Week for tickets and info. Participating Las Vegas Restaurants Make a reservation at award-winning restaurants and local eateries you’ve always wanted to try and dine out for a good cause. Participating restaurants will offer prix fixe selections with a portion of the proceeds going to help Three Square Food Bank. Visit www.helpoutdineoutlv.org about two weeks before the event for details. 6.22 – TEDxUNLV 2018 Judy Bayley Theatre @ UNLV, 4505 S. Maryland Pkwy. More than 14 presenters, including scientists, students, artists, researchers, poets, entertainers and others, will take the stage to participate in this day-long event featuring presentations, lunch, art displays and attendee activities. Visit www.unlv.edu/pac for info. 6.23 – Blacklight Slide Sam Boyd Stadium, 7000 E. Russell Rd. 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