Electric Daisy Carnival, which had been planned for May in Las Vegas, has officially been postponed.
Businesses and attractions are closed across the country. But when the Las Vegas Strip is forced to close, the impact is indelible.
Many have closed as a result of coronavirus outbreak, others adjust to new ways of doing business. But owners say everyone is scared.
Plexiglass panels are designed to help slow the spread of coronavirus; stores also putting up reminders for people to stay 6 feet apart.
FSE President and CEO Patrick Hughes says, “We are glad now we’ve been given direction by our leadership, and we are going to be socially responsible.”
Discovery Children’s, Atomic Testing, Natural History and Mob Museum taking steps to limit large crowds.
Yesco is responsible for most of the neon and LED signs in Las Vegas, including Vegas Vic and the newly installed letters on Allegiant Stadium.
DLVEC is host to myriad events, including is massive Super Bowl viewing party, the Vegas Golden Knights Fan Fest, and Las Rageous music festival.
The downtown indie music venue cites coronavirus concerns as the reason for its temporary closure.
Amid fears of coronavirus, the company says closures at casinos will start Sunday and be evaluated weekly.