Let's go: Vegas
Bikefest: Harleys, Big Dogs, Yamahas and every chopper imaginable will be on show this weekend at Las Vegas BikeFest. More than 35,000 people are expected to attend the event which draws more than 300 builders, manufacturers and biking apparel retailers. Entertainment and activities include the "Mr. and Miss Las Vegas BikeFest" contests, poker runs, custom bike show, competitions, and free music from 38 Special and George Thorogood. a highlight is Artistry In Iron, Master Builders' Championship to 25 of the hottest custom bikes in the world. Fremont Street Experience, www.lasvegasbikefest.com.
Aviation Nation 2007: Final air show celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Air Force. The show honors the past, present and future of American air power. Single-ship military demonstration teams and America's top civilian air performers will take to the skies.
Las Vegas' own Air Force Thunderbirds return as the featured aerial demonstration in their homecoming show and last public show of the season. Since 1953 the Thunderbirds have thrilled millions of air-show fans around the world. Nellis Air Force Base. www.AviationNation.org
Jerry Seinfeld: The comedian and author entertains as part of The Las Vegas Comedy Festival at 8 p.m. in the Ceasars Palace Colosseum. Tickets $75-$150. www.ticketmaster.com. The four-day festival lineup includes Wanda Sykes, Eddie Izzard, Bill Engvall, Chris Rock and Ellen DeGeneres and ongoing events and entertainment at the interactive TCF festival village at Caesars Palace Roman Plaza amphitheater. Festival packages begin at $150. www.thecomedyfestival.com.
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