Fremont Street is the second most famous street in Las Vegas, after the Las Vegas Strip. The Fremont Street Experience is a five-block exciting pedestrian promenade located in the heart of the downtown casino corridor. It is the address for many famous casinos such as Binion's Horseshoe, Fremont Hotel and Casino, Four Queens, Golden Gate Hotel & Casino, The D Las Vegas and Golden Nugget .
Spaning five-blocks, the Fremont Experience is packed with free live nightly entertainment, great odds and loose slots, more than 60 restaurants, the world's largest video screen at 1,500 feet long 90 feet above the pedestrian mall. VivaVision, with 12.5 million digital lights and a 550,000-watt sound system, dazzles visitors nightly with light & sound shows.
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Fremont Street Attractions
Slotzilla Zipline and Zoomline at Fremont Street Experience
At a cost of $11.5 million, the new Slotzilla zipline at Fremont Street Experience is the world's largest slot machine and the most unique zipline you will ever dare to ride.
Lower Zipline - launches riders froom 68 feet up and sends them travelling over 2 city blocks under Viva Vision
Upper Zoomline launches riders from 108 feet up and sends them soaring in a horizontal "Superman" position 1,700 feet across the entire pedestrian mall at speeds in excess of 35mph.
Hours of Operation:
Sundays through Thursdays: Noon to Midnight
Fridays and Saturdays: Noon to 2:00am
Price: Zip line rides cost $20 for Lower Zipline and $40 for Upper "Zoomline" Zipline.
SlotZilla Office: (702) 678-5780
Fremont Street 2015 Rock of Vegas
Rock of Vegas
May 23 - September 6, 2015
Do not miss one of the most popular summertime events in Las Vegas as Fremont Street Experience celebrates the seventh anniversary of its FREE summer concert series.
Downtown Countdown New Year's Eve 2015 celebration at Fremont Street
America's Party Las Vegas New Year 2015 at Fremont Street Experience will guarantee 9 hours of non-stop music from 6:15pm - 3am.
TributePalooza Rings in 2015 - Fremont Street Experience NYE Schedule
4:00 p.m.– The Fremont Street Experience will be closed to the public
6:00 p.m.– The Fremont Street Experience gates open for entertainment
Concert Time: 6:15pm - 3am
Performing on multiple stages: 12 great rockin out Tribute bands that include: Queen Nation, Led Zepagain, Rio (Duran,Duran), Generation Idol, No Duh (No Doubt), Red Not Chili Peppers, Doobies Inc., Jumpin Jack Flash, Aeromyth Crimes of Passion (Pat Benatar), Don't Look Back (Boston), & Bonfire (AC/DC).
Tickets: $30.00, ($40.00 after Dec. 26)
Performing at the Las Vegas 2015 New Year's Eve tribute concert
Other activities will include a custom Year-In-Review show on Viva Vision at 11:53pm. A midnight countdown led by Mayor Carolyn Goodman as well as synchronized virtual and real fireworks by Grucci...
** For tickets call: (702)678-5600 or (877)VEGAS4U
Fremont Street New Year's Eve 2014 Light Show Schedule
6:00 PM LIGHT SHOW
7:30 PM LIGHT SHOW
9:00 PM LIGHT SHOW
10:45 PM LIGHT SHOW
1:00 AM LIGHT SHOW
2014 Fremont Street OktoberFrightFest Live Shows
If you plan to visit Las Vegas in October, Fremont Street should definitely be on your list of places to visit. From Oct. 5 – November 1, Fremont Street will celebrate it's 6th annual OktoberFrightFest in an ultimate festival that combines Oktoberfest and Halloween for a month-long street party.
This years activities include free performances from
"Frank & The Steins"
A live musical revue of classic Halloween songs that will make audiences dance, laugh, sing and scream. Featuring songs like "Psycho Killers," "Spooky," "Time Warp," and "Ghostbusters,"
"Frank & The Steins" will perform Free shows nightly on the 1st Street Stage (near Binion's and Golden Nugget), Oct. 5 through Nov. 1, 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. (dark Oct. 9, 16 and 23).
Vampire Rising will perform three themed sets on 3rd Street Stage (between Four Queens and The D Las Vegas) Oct. 7 to Oct. 30, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 9:00 p.m. to midnight; Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. (dark on Oct. 18).
Performing on the Main Street Stage (by the Golden Gate casino) Oct. 6 through Oct. 31, 2014 on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.; Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
OktoberFrightFest Show Dates: October 5, 2014 - November 1, 2014
Other Las Vegas Halloween Activities
How to get to Fremont Street Experience
From the Vegas Strip:
Take the Deuce - a double decker type bus, and do some sightseeing along the way. With stops all along the Vegas Boulevard, it's a fun and convenient way to come to Fremont Street. Fare is $6 for a 2hour pass and $8 for a 24 hour pass.
Take a Taxi - If you are in a hurry to get there, hop on a cab. Tell the driver to drop you at one of the Fremont Street Experience casinos like the Golden Nugget, Binion's or the D Las Vegas Casino Hotel.
Drive yourself - There are two ways to get to Fremont Street from Las Vegas Strip. The first route is to follow the Las Vegas Blvd. approximately 2 miles north of the Stratosphere Hotel and Casino The second route is to take the I-15 North and follow Downtown Las Vegas exits to 95 South. Exit Las Vegas Blvd. and turn right.
Parking is free at the Fremont Street Experience garage with validation from participating casinos.
Distance from Fremont Street Las Vegas to
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|Las Vegas Library||0.7 Mi||1.2 Km|
|Lied Discovery Children's Museum||0.8 Mi||1.2 Km|
|Las Vegas Natural History Museum||0.8 Mi||1.3 Km|
|Cashman Field Convention Center||0.9 Mi||1.4 Km|
|Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort State Historic Park||0.9 Mi||1.5 Km|
|Desert Pines Golf Club||2.5 Mi||4 Km|
|Las Vegas Country Club||2.5 Mi||4 Km|
|Nevada State Museum And Historical Society||2.6 Mi||4.1 Km|
|Las Vegas Convention Center||2.7 Mi||4.4 Km|
|Las Vegas Springs Preserve||2.7 Mi||4.4 Km|
|Southern Nevada Zoo||3 Mi||4.8 Km|
|Thomas And Mack Center||4.6 Mi||7.4 Km|
|Las Vegas Motor Speedway||10.3 Mi||16.5 Km|
|Red Rock Canyon||18.5 Mi||29.8 Km|
** Distance measured from Fremont Street downtown Las Vegas
Fremont Street Las Vegas curfew
A new downtown Las Vegas curfew implemented on Oct. 4, 2013 states that anyone under 18 years old must now be accompanied by an adult.
The downtown 9 p.m. curfew will be in effect on Fridays, Saturdays and legal holidays, from 9pm to 5am.
The enforced area goes from Main Street to the west, Maryland Parkway on the east, Stewart Avenue to the north and Bridger Avenue to the south.
Also note that the city's general curfew, between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5 a.m., applies Sunday through Thursday and between the hours of midnight and 5 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.
Downtown Las Vegas Advisories
Guests at the Golden Nugget Hotel Casino will incur a daily $5 Downtown Destination Fee also known as the Fremont Experience Fee plus applicable taxes added to the room rate at check-in.
Note: This is not a resort fee but rather a "Fremont Street Experience fee", used to fund among other things, the overhead light show.
D Las Vegas and Golden Gate Hotel
Effective August 19, 2013, the D Las Vegas and Golden Gate will charge a mandatory $20 resort fee per night. This fee will include
Free wifi access
$10 off the D Showroom tickets
Free local and toll-free phone calls
El Cortez Hotel and Casino now charges a mandatory resort fee of $8.95 per day plus tax.
Closest Monorail Station to Fremont Street
Access to SLS and Sahara Avenue Monorail Station: The SLS Station can be reached from Paradise Road behind the SLS Las Vegas.
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