The Party Is On With Fireworks On The Strip, In The Bars & Clubs And Fremont Street
Sin City will be living up to its nickname and no doubt, after it’s over several people will be saying the popular tagline, “what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.”
New Year’s Eve in Las Vegas is on and it’s a party. Even after the deadly shootings on Oct. 1, the city and people in it for NYE will be living it up, Las Vegas style.
There will be some quiet discussions and even reflections about it, but overall the hundreds of thousands of people who will be in Las Vegas won’t dwell on it. People go to Las Vegas to party, and party they will on NYE and, indeed, the entire weekend. This is what you can expect in Las Vegas this New Year’s Eve.
Vegas has not one but two New Year’s Eve celebrations, on the Strip and along downtown’s Fremont Street. The big one is on the Strip, which is blocked off to traffic starting late afternoon and becomes a giant block party.
At midnight, there’s a fireworks show from seven locations.
New Year’s Eve Vegas Clubs Shows & Concerts
Inside, the mega clubs are rocking to the tunes of Bruno Mars (Park Theater, the Monte Carlo). Britney Spears (The AXIS, Planet Hollywood), the Foo Fighters (The Chelsea, Cosmopolitan), French Montana (Marquee,Cosmopolitan), Gucci Main (Tao, Venetian), Marshmello (Intrigue, Wynn), Calvin Harris (Omnia, Caesars) and The Chainsmokers (XS, Encore).
Fremont Street New Year’s Eve
If you want to be among the locals, they are mostly on Fremont Street in what is called “America’s Party.” Here, the fireworks, as they are, are a light display on the lighted canopy above the street. There are bands, go-go dancers and bar booths. This, however, is not free; it’s a ticketed event and the price is $35.
For which is better, check out PubClub’s post on The Strip vs. Fremont Street
Also, there’s a review of NYE on the Las Vegas Strip.
Happy New Year from PubClub.com!