Las Vegas is known as the entertainment capital of the world, attracting millions of visitors every year to its casinos, clubs, and shows. However, the city is more than just bright lights and glittering slot machines. It is home to a diverse community of people who have made significant contributions to the city's culture and history. One such person is Susan Briare, a local choir director who now has her own day in the City of Las Vegas.

On June 11, 2023, Las Vegas City Councilman Cedric Crear made Susan Briare Day. This proclamation recognizes Briare's contributions to the development and growth of the Vegas community. The recognition is well-deserved since Briare has spent over two decades advocating for the arts in Las Vegas.

Briare has been a dedicated member of the Las Vegas arts scene since the 1990s, where she has worked to enrich the city's cultural landscape by promoting choral music. As a choir director, she has led numerous musical performances and workshops, and has mentored many young musicians in her time in Las Vegas.

Throughout her career, Briare has contributed to numerous arts organizations in the city, including the Las Vegas Master Singers, Nevada's largest community choir. She