Downtown Summerlin offers activities for every season of the year for the entire population of Southern Nevada. Fall is just a couple of weeks away, and Summerlin is cooking up three events that have become traditions for this time of year.
Starting off with the family-friendly Parade of Mischief that will fill the streets of Downtown Summerlin with mischievous mayhem every Friday and Saturday night in October at 6 p.m.: October 6 and 7, 13 and 14, 20 and 21, and 27 and 28. The event, which is free and open to the public, takes place along Park Centre Drive and is presented by Momentum Solar. The parade includes dancing zombies, ghosts, witches, wizards, spooktacular floats, and a-rockin’ dead skeleton band. Over 30 local youths have been cast in various roles
One of the favorite events held in Downtown Summerlin is the Summerlin Festival of Arts. This year, it is being held in October. 13–15 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily, and for the first time a three-day event. This outdoor festival is sponsored by The Las Vegas Review-Journal and features more than 100 fine artists and craftsmen from Southern Nevada and surrounding states. This is a jury selection from local art experts and includes oil, watercolor, pottery, sculpture, photography, glass, and jewelry in both contemporary and classic designs. There is also a variety of children’s activities, exhibits by local schools, and cultural presentations from the Southern Paiute, Nuwu Art. New this year is a collection featuring artists from downtown Las Vegas’ popular First Friday monthly arts event.
Lastly, the 2023 Shriners Children’s Open at TPC Summerlin is on October 9–15. This is the event’s 40th year in Las Vegas and its 31st year in Summerlin. The tournament is expected to draw a field of 132 of the world’s top golf professionals to compete for an $8.4 million purse, including a championship prize of more than $1.5 million. The winner will take home the Howard Hughes Cup, the championship trophy sponsored by the developer of Summerlin, whose namesake, Howard Hughes Jr., was an avid golfer. Past champions include such notables as Greg Norman, Davis Love III, Tiger Woods, Jim Furyk, Webb Simpson, Bryson De Chambeau, Patrick Cantlay, and Kevin Na, to name a few. Tickets are now on sale at Shriners Children’s Open — PGA Tour Golf Tournament — Las Vegas (shrinerschildrensopen.com). Guests can choose between four ticket options, starting at $35 per day.
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