Las Vegas 2022 Events You Should Know About
If you’re planning a trip to Vegas in 2022, here are some of the events you should know about.
Among them is the PurpleStride Walk that will take place on Saturday, April 30, at The Green at Town Square Las Vegas (again after being virtual in 2020 due to Corona). This is one of the largest fundraisers for pancreatic cancer patients and their families.
It’s a great event and you can register at the site HERE. There are many different levels of tickets and prices, so be sure to check them out.
Another major event is the Ferrari Las Vegas Polo Classic that will be held at South Point’s Equestrian Center from June 23 – 25. This is a three day event with cocktail parties, gourmet food, fashion, and of course polo matches. You can get tickets for either the Day or Evening event, which will be held at the same time, but the night event is more expensive.
There’s also the DUB Show that will return for November 3 – 6. It’s a car and truck show where you can see hundreds of cars from all over the country. It’s a great chance to see some of the coolest show cars. There will be a huge selection of wheels, accessories, apparel and dozens of vendor booths for you to shop.
The Grapes & Hops Festival that returns in October is another fun event that you’ll want to make time for. This year the event will run from 5:00 PM until 9:00 PM and you must be 21 and over to attend.
If you’re a fan of video games, you’ll enjoy the Evolution Championship Series that will return in August. It’s the largest fighting game tournament in the world and features players from all over the world competing for a spot at the top of the podium.
You can find out more about the Evolution Championship Series on their website. It’s a lot of fun and there are many ways to support the event including by entering the competition and helping raise funds for the cause.
This week on IHeart SoCal, I talked to volunteer and Star Trek actress Kitty Swink about her team “Trek Against Pancreatic Cancer” that will be participating in the PurpleStride event that will rally local efforts into one nationally synchronized event city-by-city, resulting in $16.5 million raised in communities across the nation all on April 30th.
The PurpleStride event is a great way to help raise funds for pancreatic cancer and you can register at the website HERE. You can also see a list of other events on the website HERE.