August has arrived and that means it’s time to finish off summer strong by having a little fun at these upcoming Vegas events. From free beer to a luau, this month is sure to be one unlike the rest and you won’t want to miss out on any of the fun. With that said, get your calendars out and schedule out these 5 Vegas events, we promise you won’t regret it.
Kicking off our list of upcoming August events is a beer celebration you’re going to want to immediately RSVP to! This August 6th, head to Rí Rá Irish pub at Mandalay Place from 6-8pm for an International Beer Day celebration of epic proportions that includes a complimentary pint of Guinness and free appetizers. Oh and the first 15 people to arrive will also receive a free beer flight. Now that’s a win-win.
I mean let’s be honest, wine and yoga were just destined to go together and on August 8th you can enjoy this beautiful partnership at Lifetime Athletic. The Vino & Vinyasa event starts promptly at 7:30pm with an hour of vinyasa yoga and is followed with wine and tapas from CRAVE American Kitchen & Sushi Bar until 10pm.
This August 10th it’s time to celebrate the summer staple we all know and love that is s’mores. Yes that’s right, this August 10th is National S’mores Day and we highly recommend heading on over to La Cave for one of their $12 s’mores flatbreads, which is made with chocolate, graham cracker crumbs and marshmallows all on a warm pizza dough. If that doesn’t do it for you, Trevi is offering a limited edition s’mores gelato and Sprinkles has s’mores cupcakes available until the end of the month.
The Tao Beach Dayclub Luau has become a summer tradition in Vegas and you’re not going to want to miss it’s 6th year anniversary this August 14th. As we all know, Tao Beach likes to do everything big and it’s annual Dayclub Luau is no exception. The luau includes a pig roast, hula challenge and even an open bar from 1-2pm.
From August 14th-16th watch as the Bellagio fountains are transformed into a Japanese-themed spectacle complete with animated projections and lights. Oh and this extravagant fountain show also includes a Kabuki performance about one mans great battle with a giant fish. Each show lasts around 30-minutes and is free!
We hope our list of the 5 things you need to do in Vegas this August helps you end the summer on a high note! With that said, what Vegas events from our list do you plan on attending this August? Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter at @. Happy Summer!