This year’s Nevada Wild Fest will be held at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino Thursday Oct. 25 through Sunday Oct. 28, 2012.
The Nevada Wild Fest features the biggest state fair carnival experience in the Las Vegas valley, with over 35 large format carnival rides & midway, daily celebrity meet & greets, a free festival music stage featuring KWNR’s hottest country acts, the DockDogs Iron Dog East vs. West competition filmed as a one-hour television special for the Outdoor Channel, Blood Village’s Haunted Maze, Vegas’ best gourmet food trucks and food vendors, beer and wine gardens, the World’s Largest sling-shot, and incredible specialty arts & crafts vendors just in time for holiday shopping. All net proceeds from the Nevada Wild Fest benefit the Lili Claire Foundation, providing medical genetics clinic and other social services to children and adults living with neurogenetic birth conditions.
KTNV Channel 13 Action News morning anchor Lisa Remillard will serve as festival spokesperson. KTNV-TV Executive Vice President Jim Prather comments, “Action News recognizes the important work the Lili Claire Foundation is doing in Southern Nevada and we’re proud to support their efforts to help fund their services.”
In addition to KTNV Channel 13 Action News, media partners include Clear Channel Radio Sunny 106.5, My Radio 93.1 and Vegas Country 95.5, the Las Vegas Review Journal, Neon, City Life and El Tiempo, Cox Media, BLVDS, Lotus Broadcasting LA BUENA and ESPN DEPORTES, Highway Radio, What’s On magazine and Drive + Fly.
Southern Nevada Toyota Dealers and Warner Bros. Television are the Wild Fest’s presenting title sponsors. The Lili Claire Foundation is proud to have the support of the following community sponsors and partners: Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, ADG Realty, Albertsons, Budweiser, Clark County School District, Davis Amusement Cascadia, DockDogs, Goodwill of Southern Nevada, Great White Entertainment, Las Vegas Athletic Club, Leavitt Group Insurance, ONEHOPE Wine, Pete’s Parking, Production Resource Group, Red Rock Tents & Events, Republic Services, St. Rose Dominican Hospitals, Star Nursery, Terrible Herbst convenience stores, Wells Fargo and Wyndham.
Nevada Wild Fest admission is $9 per person. Military and Senior Citizens admission discounts are available for $7 per person with ID. Children under three are admitted for free. Hours and more information are available at www.nevadawildfest.com or (702) 862-8141.