Las Vegas Lights

When, how and why to attend Aces, Lights and 51s games.

Keep the cheering going by supporting three teams still in action

June 22nd, 2018

When, how and why to attend Aces, Lights and 51s games.

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    Our United Soccer League team, the Las Vegas Lights FC, could use some love.

  • A&E

    Also: Pippin at UNLV and Pagliacci at Winchester Cultural Center.

  • SportsFeaturedMedical Marijuana

    A downtown Las Vegas marijuana dispensary has entered into a six-figure deal to sponsor the Las Vegas Lights, and the fledgling soccer team’s owner says ...

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    That party atmosphere quickly poured into the stadium, where the capacity crowd overflowed from their plastic seats, through the metal handrails and into the grassy ...

  • PoliticsNewsAll

    There are seven candidates running to represent Ward 3 on the Las Vegas City Council. State Assemblywoman Heidi Swank is asking residents to vote for ...

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    The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority’s massive $935 million expansion of the Las Vegas Convention Center has been well-documented, but it’s not the only ...

  • Arts & EntertainmentDiningFood

    Owner Nina Manchev set out to create an Eastern European culinary experience that dabbled in Spanish flavors.

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    It’s election season in Las Vegas, and dozens of candidates are competing for spots on the City Council and in the Mayor’s Office. With three ...

  • Music

    The Southern California-born country star can't wait to get back on the Vegas stage.

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    “I think people underestimate the importance of Las Vegas in the craft cocktail scene. We all know it’s a big drinking destination, but when I ...

  • Dining

    Clevelander Michael Symon’s beef brisket is smoked so the fattiest bits melt in your mouth, in strong contrast to the charred skin. Equally noteworthy is ...

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    “The technology in the space will blow you away. When you incorporate the talent, art, sound capability, all of the LED and all of the ...

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    Pawsh Palace, a cage-free dog hotel, opened in Las Vegas last year. Owner Lisa Imbesi’s goal was to make it a one-stop shop for a ...

  • Nightlife

    The Israeli DJ will create a series of Rumors events in Las Vegas before and after summer.

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    Zandi is an essential contributor to the Vegas nightlife musical movement and one of the most influential industry figures for more than 20 years now.

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    On Wednesdays, the Vinyl Parlor’s startenders are locals, as OTR shines a spotlight on Las Vegas’ incredible cocktail culture and personalities.

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    Carl Cox stops by Encore Beach Club for Art of the Wild.

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    “It sounds dumb, but it’s easy to forget something when you’re coming to Vegas. We’ve got guys coming in wearing a full suit … They ...

  • Dining

    The Wynn cafe offers breakfast all day, including green tea pancakes, stuffed French toast and a spicy chicken sausage and potato omelet, along with a ...

  • NewsAllOpinion

    Jess Horan is a Boston University alumna with seven years of corporate experience in sales, account management, media planning and ad operations — and a ...

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    March Madness is hard. Leading a team to the Final Four is hard. Winning a national championship is hard. Those were the lessons A’ja Wilson ...

  • A&E

    The Strip's favorite ventriloquist, singer and comedian is constantly challenging himself and his upping his game.

  • Fine Art

    Shan Michael Evans presents playful, bold designs that could be at home in a hipster toy store. “[If] any of these works receive a smile ...

  • Dining

    Priced at just $3.50 (!), it’s a faithful and toothsome version of Vietnam’s national stacker—crispy baguettes stuffed with pork pâté, pork sausage and roast pork ...