Host an Event

Host an Event

Special Events Services
(702) 455-8170,
Supervisor: Travis Smith

Are you looking for a new venue to host your concert, ceremony, theater production, public gathering or special event? Clark County Parks and Recreation has great venues and rental equipment for you.

Park Reservations will be categorized as a “Special Event” when one or more of the criteria below is met:

  • Attendance of 1000 or more people
  • Attendance that exceeds the capacity of a Reservable Area (i.e. 150 people at Mountain’s Edge Park)
  • Admission fees will be charged to attend
  • Any alcohol sales, service, or distribution will occur
  • Use of a Special Event Area (i.e. Sunset Park Trails, Festival Field, Plaza, or RC Boat Launch) or use of a park with no Reservable Areas
  • Three or more vendors will be conducting sales
  • Vehicles will need to drive anywhere other than designated roadways
  • A Reservable Area will be used in a manner other than its specified recreational use

For Picnic Area Reservations visit this page

To request a special event, fill out the "Special Event Request Form

The Mobile Stage 
Want to add some excitement to your event? Our brand new Stageline SL 100 is an excellent choice as your concert staging for your next outdoor event. This mobile stage is the only all-aluminum mobile unit featuring a fully hydraulic stage set-up. This unit offers a total rigging capacity of 5,400 lbs and is strong enough to raise the roof loaded with 3,800 lbs of sound, lights, banners, and sets. Multiple deck configurations ranging from band shell to a full professional-sized stage are available.
For more regarding the Mobile Stage visit this page.

Clark County Amphitheater 
Let the Clark County Government Center Amphitheater be the site of your next concert, festival, or fair. This outdoor terracotta sandstone infrastructure makes for a beautiful backdrop for any event. It is nestled near historic downtown Las Vegas, off two main freeways, and can be host to your next festival or community event. Its seating capacity is 3,000 which surrounds the 50’ diameter concrete stage with a 30’x50’ shade cover. The amphitheater also offers two comfortable sitting rooms that are located behind the stage for performers and staff.
For more regarding the amphitheater visit this page

Desert Breeze Park 
Desert Breeze is one of the largest parks in Las Vegas. It is primarily outdoors with some shade shelters. The park offers 2 separate areas for event space along with a 20,000-square-foot skate park and 2 Hockey Rinks. Desert Breeze has been the home to Mix 94.1’s Bite of Las Vegas, Cyclecrosses’ Cross Vegas and Extreme Thing.
Although this property belongs to the Bureau of Land Management it prevents us from being able to rent it out but it can be used with approval between you and BLM, and overseen by Clark County Special Events. 
For more regarding Desert Breeze visit this page

Silver Bowl Park 
The Las Vegas Silver Bowl Park has three main areas that serve as unique sporting venues. These areas have been the home to the 2005 Centennial Concert featuring the Red Hot Chili Peppers & Weezer as we rang in Las Vegas 100 Year B-Day Celebration, the Junefest Classic Rock Music Festival. The Silver Bowl Park also offers up a Radio Control Car Track and an archery range. This is by far an exquisite location for a big festival.
For more information regarding Silver Bowl Park visit this page.

Sunset Park 
Sunset Regional Park is the crown jewel in the County's park system since 1967. Recent phased park expansions have developed 185 of the 323 total acres, making Sunset the largest and the most distinguished park in the County system. Sunset Park has 22 acres of rentable event space with spaces that can accommodate 100 - 3,000 people. This space has been a host to many types of concerts, festivals, and special events. There are built-in amenities such as potable water access, garbage cans, permit assistance, maintenance assistance, and layout assistance.
For more information regarding Sunset Park visit this page.

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