Las Vegas, it’s suddenly gotten chillier. (Hey it is November!) But it’s still the perfect weather for a morning outdoor concert. And you’ll want to hear this one because it’s featuring future Las Vegas Strip performers!
The concert is called “Notes of Autumn.” It’s a music festival featuring the talent of 200 North Las Vegas middle and high school students. The student musicians have been working since August to prepare for this concert with you. Twelve high schools will showcase their students. It’s the second annual.
The FREE concert will be held at THE AMP at Craig Ranch Regional Park.
The music will range from mariachi bands to classical ensembles and everything in between.
The music starts at 10 am Saturday morning. The students will put down their instruments at 2:30.
If you’ve never been to Craig Ranch Regional Park, it’s worth the trip even if the students weren’t performing. The park is the site of the former Craig Ranch Golf Course. The owners wanted to sell it to build yet more homes in North Las Vegas. Instead, the city purchased the property with Southern Nevada Land Management Act Funds. Your government at work!
The 170-acre park has a skate park, three dog parks, community gardens and eight reservable ramadas, which I guess is where Ramada Inns got the idea. There’s a lake with ducks!
THE AMP is the concert facility. It reminds me of the Henderson Pavilion. There are covered seats and then lawn seating on a berm.
[pw_map address=”628 West Craig Road North Las Vegas NV 89032″]
If food is more your thing, then head east for Sunset Park’d. It’s a food truck, microbrew and vegan festival. Thirty food trucks will be parked in the park.
All the events are FREE but alas the food and beer are not.
This FREE event is also located in a favorite city park: Sunset Park. It’s sponsored by the Clark County Parks and Recreation Department. Another great way to spend our tax money!
Thirty food trucks will be enticing you with their smells. I love Badass Coffe, Can’t Dutch This, Hot Diggity Dog and Izzy’s Pizza Bus, to name a few.
There will be 11 different food vendors in the Vegan Village. They are calling their event the Vegas Vegfest.
You can eat while listening to live music. Seven bands will perform, including One Way to Paradise and Damaged Savages. And of course there will be amusement rides.
This is the fifth annual iteration of this event.
Go north or go east, Las Vegas. Have a great week-end.
((hugs)) BETH Ellyn
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