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Fremont Street Experience

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Downtown Las Vegas, Las Vegas
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  • Jennifer D.
    "If you like the old Vegas, then this is where you go."(6 Tips)
    Sherry W.
    "... show, live bands, street performers, celebrity impersonators, spray paint..."(6 Tips)
    Lana E.
    "Great music and the best people watching on the planet!"(23 Tips)
    Brad H.
    "FREE LIVE MUSIC, & street entertainers."(23 Tips)
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  • Angela J.
    Crazy street performers and interesting characters. Parking is always available. Great for killing time and people watching.
  • Carie S.
    Pay attention to where you're walking on free concert nights ski u don't get into an area you can't get out of. Just b/c you see an open casino door doesn't mean you can walk through it (barricades)
  • Brenda K.
    Love Fremont Street Experience until it got a little weird and crazy. We got to be contestants on Todd Bridges new game show "Lovers or Losers" and we won another trip Vegas🙈😱 Imagine that.........
  • Brad H.
    Brad HagerMarch 1
    Lot's of fun, great food & restaurants, drinks, & people watching 😄 world's largest TV overhead, 2 blocks long, with a zip line ride under it. FREE LIVE MUSIC, & street entertainers. A MUST SEE 👍👍
  • Julia S.
    Julia SeamanFebruary 7
    The show is unique and fun but greatly depends if you can stand crowds and drunk yelling music- it was Bon jovi for us.
  • Jamie R.
    Jamie RFebruary 3
    Really cool spray paint paintings. Very pricy. Would love to try the zip line. And there's some really good food places to eat at and shops to buy random things.
  • Lars B.
    Lars BullJanuary 12
    We were there on a Saturday night in January and the street was full of party hungry people. Lots of stuff to do if you are in a party mood. Not necessarily as great for kids.
  • Spiros T.
    Spiros TheocharisDecember 29, 2015
    Spectacular show at the dome screen starts at 6. The video in my point of view was to much patriotic up to a fascist point. However I liked it better than the strip
  • Gabo L.
    Gabo LugoDecember 16, 2015
    Lots of people and interesting things to see. Do you like rock? you really need to experience the Spandex Nation show! Bring your drink. Every time I go, there's something interesting going on.
    Upvoted 2 hours ago
  • Yvonne C.
    Yvonne ClineSeptember 14, 2015
    Be sure to stay for the 9:00 show. If you can arrange your zip line during the show, it is worth the wait.
  • Pandora K.
    Pandora KatSeptember 13, 2015
    We go when we host guests in town. Show is great! Zip line is fun, just know you buy tickets at the other end & you pay more for the full length of the run. Be VERY watchful after midnight.
  • Christopher S.
    Christopher StollJuly 30, 2015
    It's a must-see area, as long as you are open-minded (e.g. don't get frightened by seeing a chubby middle-aged man walking around in just an adult diaper)
  • Peter V.
    Peter VJuly 26, 2015
    Quirky, kitschy, electric, and just the right degree of sketchy. Above all else: fun. Something for everyone.
  • Edwulf
    EdwulfJuly 23, 2015
    Not upscale as the strip. Visit the heart attack grill and have a 9800kcal burger or use the zip line to fly under the dome (charges apply) cheapest food in town, same applies to those ugly souvenirs!
  • Bea E.
    Bea EllisJuly 16, 2015
    This area is jumping every night! Good drinks at great prices!!! Will be coming back! Had a ball!!!
  • Néstor
    NéstorJune 11, 2015
    Unavoidable visit if you are in Las Vegas. I love finding all kinds of people here. They usually have live groups in two stages, apart from the big screen events
  • Rick
    RickMay 24, 2015
    You can't beat this place to "people watch", the later at night you are there the more experience you end up with ; )
  • George O.
    Go during day one time, night another. Totally different worlds. Stop at all casinos for players cards and free gifts :). $1 fried Twinkies and Oreos inside Mermaids!!
  • Cady M.
    Cady MillerMay 3, 2015
    Not recommended for anyone under the age of 16. There are always at least 5 different naked men and women there at a time. But, it's fun to walk around and people watch! Entertainment ally.
  • Amy G.
    Amy GarciaApril 26, 2015
    Fun experience, but the pisser of the night was when my husband's iPhone 6 was STOLEN! Tracked it down to a homeless campsite on Main & Owen. Police won't come help. You'll have to file a report.
  • Matthias
    MatthiasMarch 13, 2015
    If you're not just about gambling and strip clubs in Vegas but want to have some real fun you NEED to come to this place!! Beats the Strip by miles if you ask me... 😄😄
  • MisterEastlake
    MisterEastlakeMarch 1, 2015
    With more than 2 million lights and a state-of-the-art sound system, the Fremont Street Experience brings nightly shows through the world's largest audio-video system
  • Marty M.
    Marty MankinsJanuary 5, 2015
    Thanks to a new city ordinance, you can't open glass or aluminum containers of alcohol purchased in a package store (ABC Store, gift shop).
  • Patrick Q.
    Patrick Quinn-GrahamAugust 14, 2014
    The show above you is worth waiting for. Definitely a different (and cheaper!) experience than the rest of the strip.
  • Kris S.
    Kris SobczakAugust 6, 2014
    The whole canopy you walk under is a huge tv screen. There are always performers there and sometimes music events. It's placed right in the middle of a lot of old casinos. Cheap food down there too.
  • Jennifer D.
    Jennifer DriggersJune 13, 2014
    If you like the old Vegas, then this is where you go. Although I was sad to see that Fitzgerald's has been replaced by The D LV.
  • Sebastian F.
    Sebastian FrauenholzApril 15, 2014
    Seizure alert on the red! Don't forget to bring your Ativan and enough cash for gambling. Definitely a must if counting your first visit to Vegas.
  • Penny C.
    Penny CuffApril 4, 2014
    So much to enjoy about Freemont street. The light show, the people watching. If you go a little further you can visit The Park, a very cool bar with art you must see! and the video game place near it!
  • Davin G.
    Davin GegolickDecember 15, 2013
    Check out Arena Tribute - an amazing 80s band covering your favorite hits. They're on Thursday to Saturday night!
  • Lanette R.
    Lanette RiveraNovember 18, 2013
    Make sure you catch one of the video shows going on throughout the night on the screens overhead in Fremont. Bright lights , bars and zip lining fun. Make sure you check out downtown!
  • Marie-Térese S.
    Marie-Térese SyėAugust 31, 2013
    This is the old (original) Vegas. It's not as fancy or exciting as The Strip, nor is it close to it! To get there from The Strip, you cannot walk! Too far! You will have to bus or taxi it, or drive.
  • Jen R.
    Jen RJuly 26, 2013
    Cheapest entertainment in Vegas- watching drunk and/or homeless people dance to cover bands! Get a drink and you can spend hours people watching.
  • Todd H.
    Todd HelmsMay 20, 2013
    Zip lining, street shows, nightly light shows,Vegas excitement. Don't spend all of your time on the strip in Paradise Nevada but actually visit Las Vegas. Go downtown for a true Vegas experience.
  • Todd H.
    Todd HelmsMay 20, 2013
    A must see with nightly light shows, zip lining, street shows and Vegas excitement. Besides, if you spend all of your time on the strip then you only made it to paradise Nevada and not Las Vegas!
  • Emin D.
    Emin DEDEMarch 29, 2013
    We can say that it's the giant LED TV. The ceiling of the street is covered by LEDs. The light and sound shows are breathtaking. Can't miss the experience.
  • Mark K.
    Mark Kinslow IIMarch 11, 2013
    Make sure to get yourself a Drink in a Boot from Binions, Best deal in Vegas. Best Drink your going to find for sure.
  • Erin S.
    Erin SnyderNovember 24, 2012
    Very disappointing. Not the same clientele as the strip. Seemed to be the poor part of Vegas. First thing we saw was someone getting arrested. Everything felt cheap and dirty. Not recommended.
  • Ros H.
    Ros HodgekissNovember 15, 2012
    The light show may be a bit hokey, but this is still a great place to hang out with the retro neon signs and a fun crowd at night.
  • Sherry W.
    Sherry Weaver QuinneyNovember 4, 2012
    A 4-block long 90-foot light/music show, live bands, street performers, celebrity impersonators, spray paint artists and more create this party atmosphere. Show every hour from dusk till midnight. Read more
    Upvoted May 9
  • Sherry W.
    Sherry Weaver QuinneyNovember 4, 2012
    A 1500-foot long video "ceiling" running along downtown Vegas' 5-block casino corridor. Features 6 different shows on the hour from dusk to midnight.
  • Andréa
    AndréaJune 8, 2012
    Everyone that comes to Vegas should take an evening and head down to Fremont Street. Love the worlds largest tv but can get very crowded on weekends.
  • Brendon B.
    Brendon BiegelMarch 29, 2012
    Still one of the Iconic Las Vegas experiences, take some time to enjoy it. Eat at one of the greasy spoons and take your cocktail with you while you explore. Vegas has a unique culture all its own.
  • Kari M.
    Kari MottMarch 2, 2012
    No trip to Vegas is complete without stopping here first. Also one of the only areas is Vegas where you can still win real change from the slots and not the dumb paper BS.
  • Scott V.
    Scott ViewJanuary 17, 2012
    The west end has gotten a renewed interest. The Golden Gate is getting a remodel, unveiling spring-time 2012. There is a DJ or live band every night. The Golden Gate dancers on the bar are fun.
  • Lori-Jo S.
    Lori-Jo SDecember 19, 2011
    U2 filmed the video for "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For" on Fremont Street on April 12, 1987. 2 of the 3 casinos seen in the video still exist (Binion's Horseshoe & the Golden Nugget).
  • Salisha D.
    Salisha DeenMay 7, 2011
    The light show is pretty much a video playing on the huge overhead canopy screen. The general area is nice, has an old time Vegas feel. Very casual dressing in this area! Wear jeans!
  • Jennifer
    JenniferFebruary 14, 2011
    Be well prepared to walk or stand since the street no longer have seats to sit any where unless you are paying for something that the street can make money off of
  • Ching B.
    Ching BrubakerJanuary 1, 2011
    Do the zipline. It is awesome! Specially at night while the light show is going on. Buy an all-day pass for $50. It's a great deal. I'll be zipping again if I come back in summer/fall.
  • Nick M.
    Nick MeckelvaneyDecember 8, 2010
    The 10:00 light show is the best (Queen Tribute). Just my opinion, as it gets the most applause at the end. If you're coming up here just to see the show, thats thw one to see. They last about 5-6 min
  • Chad
    ChadOctober 17, 2010
    Go to Vanguard Lounge 516 Fremont street on the corner of Las Vegas Blvd great open atmosphere with fresh mixoligist serving great beverages and HOUSE MUSIC!
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