Helldorado Days is an annual festival in Las Vegas, Nevada that has a rodeo, march, and fair that started in 1934. The rodeo is a Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association event. The occasion is sorted out and led by the Las Vegas section of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks as a store raiser for neighborhood philanthropies. Started in 1934 by Clyde Zerby the event was held every year until the point when 1998 when it was suspended.
It was continued in 2005 for the City of Las Vegas' centennial celebration. The celebration was initially made to draw individuals into Las Vegas as the laborers who had been building Hoover Dam started leaving on the grounds that the dam was nearing finishing. Occasions like the motorcade and rodeo were not parts of the first celebration but rather were included later years. The principal march was in 1935, and the naming of a Helldorado Queen started in 1936, with the primary rodeo touching base in 1944.