Continuing their love for the people that live and work locally that make our industry so special, Crystina (Mama) and Justin Hall are taking Whiskey in the Wilderness virtual. Instead of joining them on a pasture near Red Rock guests can purchase tickets for any one of the featured dishes and drinks that are inspired by our past event.

When guests buy dishes their name will automatically be entered for a chance to win tickets for the next Whiskey in the Wilderness in 2021. Also, as a way to raise money for Vegas Freedom Fund, we will be raffling a painting by local artist Jerry Misko. Each year Jerry provides a painting that represents the fires of our event. Buy as many raffle tickets as you wish to help your chances to win the painting and help the community.


Vegas Freedom Fund

The Vegas Freedom Fund was founded in 2018 in an effort to combat mass incarceration in Clark County. We free people in need, reunite families, and restore the presumption of innocence. Bail is typically returned at the end of a case, so your donation will come back to the Vegas Freedom Fund, and used to free another Nevadan. Thanks to the support of the Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada, 100% of online donations are used to bring people home.


What’s on the Menu? ( Single serving $35)

*Roasted Chile Pozole

*Braised Heritage Goat with Hennessy Mole Negro with rice, tortillas and condiments

*Churros by churros 101 with Hennessy Dolce de Leche



Belvedere Cocktail by Lisa Brier and Sarah Gage

$5 ( single serving)



355 Convention Center Drive

Las Vegas, NV 89109



(50% of proceeds benefits USBG)

For more information, please visit–justin-hall


For more fun things to do in Las Vegas this week, check out the latest issue of Fun10Vegas. 

Tess Abney is a freelance writer who was born and raised in the Quad Cities. She spends most of her time attempting to successfully raise three boys. In her free time, writing is her passion. Whether it is sharing local events and businesses with readers or sharing her thoughts on life, she finds comfort in the way words can bring people together.