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We're back, Las Vegas.

Unleash those funtastic alter egos at a party 14 months in the making! Soak up the vibrancy of the revitalized Las Vegas Arts District and explore ‘Brewery Row’ while supporting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities at Opportunity Village. It's perfect for a night out on the town with your friends, or even your old man since it's Father's Day weekend (wink, wink!)! Partake in just one day or all three, however long it takes you to check out all the amazing establishments participating.

Each passport includes complimentary drinks and exclusive offers from variety of downtown establishments. Starting Friday, June 18th, guests can pick up their passports for admission and a can of Truly Hard Seltzer to get the party started at 18bin (107 E. Charleston Blvd). Passports can be picked up event weekend on Friday from 4:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m., Saturday from 11:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m., or Sunday 11:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. From there, we encourage you to visit each location listed on your passport alongside your friends over the course of the weekend.

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For discounted group rates, please contact Christina Habermas at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (702) 880-4032.

WHAT TO EXPECT:

FAQs:

Q: What specials or offers are included in the passport?

A: There are over 15 Las Vegas Arts District locations offering either complimentary beverages or exclusive discounts and specials on their food and drinks. Over half a dozen drinks will be complimentary.

Q: Can my ticket be used for all 3 days?

A: Yes! Passport holders can partake in just one day or all three, however long it takes them to check out all the amazing establishments.

Q: How many times can I use each offer listed?

A: Each complimentary drink or offer can be used once. We will punch your passport as you redeem offers.

Q: Can I transfer my passport to another person?

A: Yes, but please email the Opportunity Village events team (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) prior to picking up your passport lanyards.

Q: Are there age restrictions?

A: Since the majority of these establishments serve alcohol, the DiscOVer Downtown Bar Crawl is for ages 21+.

Q: Are pets allowed?

A: That would be up to each Downtown location, but we recommend leaving your fur balls at home unless they are a service animal.

Q: Are your locations all in the same vicinity?

A: Sure are! All locations are located within or just a smidge outside the 18-block Arts District neighborhood, so walking is absolutely do-able. Get those steps in!

Q: Where should I park?

A: Free parking is available in the parking lot behind the Arts Factory and just outside of 18bin, which is the location for your passport pickup. There are also several areas for street parking within the boundaries of the Las Vegas Arts District. Ride sharing (Uber, Lyft, etc.) is always an option, as well.

Q: Do I have to wear a mask?

A: Partner establishments may have guidelines posted to participate responsibly and safely. We ask that all passport holders adhere to the guidelines of each establishment, which may include social distancing and mask wearing when not actively eating or drinking.

Q: Is gratuity included in my passport admission?

A: No, gratuity to your servers is not included, so please remember to tip your bartenders and waiters for providing great service to you and your friends.

Q: If I don't like the drink included on my passport, can I request something else?

A: Unfortunately, no. All complimentary beverages have been hand-picked and agreed upon well in advance by each establishment and Opportunity Village.

Q: Where do the proceeds from this event go?

A: All proceeds from the DiscOVer Downtown Bar Crawl benefit the over 3,000 people with intellectual and developmental disabilities Opportunity Village serves annually in Southern Nevada.

*Have additional questions? Please email Christina Habermas at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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