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The Best Family-Friendly Summer Fun in Vegas

Adrian González
Adrian González
Posted on June 22
Legendary boxer Floyd Mayweather and artist Usher Raymond on skates.

Take the family to skate night! You might even run into Usher and Floyd Mayweather. (Courtesy of Skate Rock City)

It’s not hard to find adult friendly fun in Vegas, but what about the youths? Earlier this week, we spoke to Las Vegas Weekly reporter Amber Sampson to get the insider tips on where to bring the kiddos this summer. Here are the highlights:

👡 Super Summer Theatre: “IYKYK. It's kind of like a long standing Las Vegas tradition. They have an amazing lineup of different plays and musicals.”

✂️ Future Makers Summer Camp: “Whoever created this clearly loves children and crafting [because] it's all there.”

🔉 Downtown Rocks Fremont Street Experience Concert Series: “There are dozens of bands on this lineup throughout the summer, including The All American Rejects, Taking Back Sunday, Young the Giant, Neon Trees, Dashboard Confessional. And it's free!”

🛼 Skate Rock City: “On Tuesdays there's family nights, so you can get the whole crew in with you. They have senior discounts, they have [student] discounts if you have your kids and they can show a photo ID, they get $5 off of their admission. It's a very affordable way to bring a bunch of people together.”

♟️ Meepleville Board Game Cafe: “This is one of my favorite spots. They have over 2000 board games and an insane amount of space.”

❤️‍🔥 Emo Nights at Brooklyn Bowl: For that special purgatory age in Vegas where you’re not a kid, but not quite of drinking age yet. “Those emo nights are some of the most fun I've ever had at Brooklyn Bowl.”

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