The $32 million in renovations on the Fremont Street Experience’s Viva Vision canopy are set to debut on New Year’s Eve during the “America’s Party Downtown” event.
Thousands of origami Japanese maple leaves billow above the Aria’s main lobby to celebrate the turn of the season.
Downtown’s Life is Beautiful festival has evolved into a special-event tourism attraction that spurred the LVCVA board ofdirectors to spend $150,000 to market it.
A new Las Vegas Strip concert venue is slated to offer guests technology that will allow them to feel the music.
A small Reno restaurant’s use of the name Feast gave Station Casinos Inc. heartburn.
The MSG Sphere will be 360 feet tall and 500 feet wide at its widest point. As its name implies, it’s spherical. It will be built on a lot currently used for outdoor storage just east of the Sands Expo Center.
When partiers prepare to greet 2018 on the Strip, they’ll see a vanguard of soldiers and police officers — more than the number ever assembled for New Year’s security in previous years.
A year-round attraction based on the “Fear the Walking Dead” TV show opened earlier this month at 425 Fremont St., the building that houses Hennessey’s Tavern and Walgreens.
The Neon Museum announced Thursday that it will be expanding its late-night tour schedule starting Saturday.
McCarran International Airport served up a Las Vegas-style nightclub atmosphere that brought out smiles, some nodding heads and a few impressive moves for about six hours Thursday to kick off the Electric Daisy Carnival.