Las Vegas may be reopening, but First Friday is staying digital.
They’re proving that the show can go on even if that means meeting audiences from a rooftop, behind a plastic sheet or from outside their vehicles.
FSE’s Viva Vision video screen is displaying a 144-hour countdown leading to the moment, at 12:01 a.m. Thursday, when Vegas hotel-casinos are allowed to reopen.
“The response went through the roof,” the owner of the D Las Vegas and Golden Gate said a day after giving away 2,000 flights to tourists across the country.
Most cinemas are still targeting a late-June relaunch to be ready for new movies.
A total of eight restaurants at Santa Fe Station, Green Valley Ranch and Red Rock Resort are now open for either takeout or dine-in service.
A Las Vegas-based acrobatic equestrian performing group continues to train every day despite the cancellation of shows because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Holiday deals, a virtual happy hour, takeout packages and the third-anniversary celebration at Sparrow + Wolf are among the offerings.
Staffs aren’t big fans of masks, and dining areas can operate at just half of capacity, but several spots say they’re cooking and coping.
City-sponsored program provides shaded al fresco eating areas in the Arts District and off Fremont East.