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Looking to bring in the 4th Vegas style? You’re in luck.

Experience July 4th in Las Vegas.

If you’re visiting Tahiti Village on Thursday and looking to bring in the 4th, you’re in luck. Las Vegas will celebrate Independence Day with fireworks and special events all over the city. You can watch major firework shows at Caesars Palace on the Strip, Green Valley Ranch in Henderson and Red Rock Resort in Summerlin. Fireworks will also decorate the night sky at Cashman Field downtown following the Las Vegas 51s minor league baseball game, at Symphony Park downtown after a special July Fourth pops concert by the Las Vegas Philharmonic, and at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. For complete information on these and other Independence Day events, please click here or on the photo icon. Have a safe and happy Independence Day.

All Cirque’d out? Go see The Greatest Show on Earth!

If you are visiting Tahiti Village this week and looking to see a different kind of show, how about the Greatest Show on Earth? Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus is in Las Vegas June 13-16 for seven big performances. The venue, UNLV’s Thomas & Mack Center, is just five miles from Tahiti Village.

Clowning around as usual.

You’ll be delighted and amazed by the over-the-top feats of strength, agility and courage of the performers in this 143rd edition of the circus, entitled Built to Amaze! Circus performers from across the globe create the perfect blend of athleticism and bravery, where power meets fearlessness and amazement has no bounds. Magnificent elephants, ferocious tigers, astonishing acrobats and awe-inspiring aerialists are engineered into one spectacular performance.

Doors open one hour prior to each performance. Show times are as follows:

Thursday: 7 p.m.

Friday: 7:30 p.m.

Saturday: 11:30 a.m., 3:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.

Sunday: 1:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.

Pre-event Festivities

  • Go behind the scenes at the Animal Open House. Open to all ticket-holders 90 minutes prior to showtime. Learn about circus animals, see how they live, eat, and play.
  • All Access Pre-Show opens one hour prior to show time for all ticket holders. See animals up close, visit with performers, get autographs, try on costumes and enjoy the circus fun.

See your concierge for information. For  tickets please visit www.unlvtickets.com/



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Pay a visit to this year’s San Gennaro Feast. You’ll know you’re there when you smell the sausage and peppers!

Consider yourself so very lucky if a portion of your visit this year coincides with the dates of the San Gennaro Feast, an annual celebration that ostensibly honors a saint but is generally patronized for the food. If you are here May 8-12, you owe it to yourself to attend this yearly festival. The San Gennaro Feast has delectable Italian dishes, great entertainment and a variety of games and amusement rides for the entire family. And it’s just 10 miles from Tahit Village at 4245 S. Grand Canyon Drive. The San Gennaro Feast, which honors Saint Gennaro (or Januarius), the patron saint of Naples, is one of the premier events on the Las Vegas social calendar. It is a great attraction for locals and visitors alike, and with very affordable admission prices it is a great bargain as well. Don’t miss it! Click on the poster to be directed to the San Gennaro website for times, ticket prices and location.

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Tahiti Village is the midpoint resort for Ragnar Las Vegas

Ragnar relay runners test the limits of endurance.

Tahiti Village is proud to be the official midpoint resort of the Ragnar Las Vegas relay race Nov. 9-10.  The overnight run begins at the Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort on Mount Charleston and ends at Lake Mead, a circuitous 197.6 miles with your home resort right in the middle. Ragnar relay teams typically consist of 12 competitors who take turns running up to eight miles three times each, essentially passing one another off like human batons until the finish line.

The Ragnar Relay Series takes its name from King Ragnar, a marauding 9th century Norse hero who fearlessly explored and conquered new lands. Runners competing in Ragnar events share the same free-spirited sense of adventure.  For more infomation on the Ragnar Las Vegas race visit:

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