The festival also features religious processions celebrating San Gennaro, the patron saint of Naples.
Find 9 listings related to Sangennaro Feast in Las Vegas on YP.com. See reviews, photos, directions, phone numbers and more for Sangennaro Feast locations in Las Vegas, NV.San Gennaro, the Bishop of Benevento and martyr who was persecuted for being a Christian and finally beheaded in 305 AD, is the patron saint of Naples.
The 33rd Annual San Gennaro Feast will take place Sept. 11 -16, in the main parking lots at the Silverton Casino Hotel.San Gennaro Feast. 4.4K likes. Official Page of The San Gennaro Feast.The 33nd Annual San Gennaro Feast is a yearly festival held in honor of the Saint, Gennaro.Discord in the dining room of Ellen’s Stardust Diner, plus more news and gossip from around NYC. by...
St. John the Baptist held the first Las Vegas Greek Food Festival on March 23, 1973 at the Stardust Hotel.Gift cards for San Gennaro Feast, 4111 Boulder Hwy, Las Vegas, NV.
The 36th Annual San Gennaro Feast runs May 6-10, at the Grand Canyon Shopping Center.This Italian festival, to honor Saint San Gennaro, is held twice a year--once in the spring and again in the fall.San Gennaro Feast is a 5 day event being held from 13th to 17th September 2017 atW Craig Ramos Ltd in North Las Vegas, United States Of America.
Our 39th Annual San Gennaro Feast, Italian, International Food, Wine and Music Festival.
The feast day of San Gennaro: A celebration of the liquefaction of the blood of the patron saint of Naples, Italy.
The Feast of San Gennaro has had to weather storms other than secularism in recent decades.Home, friends, family, and festivities, and the annual local tradition, The Feast of San Gernarro.First, on Wednesday, May 6th, SHADES OF SINATRA (Carmine Mandia, Lisa Smith, Ryan Baker, Ron Smith) will be performing at the 36th Annual San Gennaro Feast in Las Vegas.The Annual San Gennaro Feast is a yearly festival held in honor of the Saint, Gennaro.
Contact 13 digs into why the county may shut down the San Gennaro Feast.A Las Vegas tradition, that tens of thousands have taken part in for decades, is in jeopardy.
San Gennaro festivals are held where there are large communities of Italian-Americans, such as New York City, Los Angeles and Las Vegas.