Other events happening downtown include Frankie Moreno at Smith Center, ‘Sweeney Todd’ at Majestic Repertory Theatre and Market in the Alley.
The Mob Museum, The National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement in Las Vegas, has developed a new app that informs and guides visitors through the museum — and offers an interactive feature called Doppelgangster.
Other activities include exploring a hip-hop album, vegan hot dogs and a Jimmy Buffett musical.
Parrotheads will be flocking to The Smith Center for “Escape to Margaritaville,” which incorporates nearly two dozen of Buffett’s songs.
In true Vegas style, there was no shortage of colorful characters on the Strip and in downtown Las Vegas as 2019 came to an end.
The Fremont Street Experience was the scene of the official New Year’s Eve party of the City of Las Vegas Tuesday night.
As revelers are set to ring in 2020 on the Las Vegas Strip, road closures will occur in surrounding areas in order to keep the expected 330,000 people safe.
The Fremont Street Experience on Thursday offered a sneak peek at a $32 million upgrade to its electrified Viva Vision canopy, the largest single video screen in the world, before its official rollout on New Year’s Eve.
Burlesque “Nutcracker,” pep rally for the Las Vegas Bowl teams, and Santa pics lead downtown Las Vegas to-do list.
America’s Party 2020, which also coincides with the extravaganza’s 20th anniversary, has a theme of “The Big 20.”