Preparations are under way for America’s Party Downtown at the Fremont Street Experience, where officials anticipate a crowd of about 40,000 people on New Years Eve.
Enough visitors are expected to pour into Las Vegas for New Year’s celebrations to temporarily move the city and surrounding communities up five spots on U.S. metropolitan population rankings.
Those expecting to celebrate on the Strip or downtown should brace for road closures around the city’s main party zones.
More than 1,500 Las Vegas police officers, some in plain clothes, will patrol the Strip on Monday night, joined by members of the FBI and the Nevada National Guard, Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo said at a news conference Thursday morning.
New Year’s Eve weekend concerts commanding high ticket prices.
Fireworks, parties and concerts are planned around the valley for New Year’s Eve. Here is a list of some events happening at resorts, casinos and other venues.
If you’re looking to ring in the new year but you don’t want to deal with the traffic along the Strip or downtown, celebrate at one of these locations away from all the hustle and bustle throughout the Las Vegas Valley.
If you are looking to ring in the new year with a bang, here are where you can watch fireworks on New Year’s Eve in Las Vegas.
More revelers are expected to visit Las Vegas over the New Year’s holiday this year than in 2017, giving the city millions of reasons to celebrate.
More than 80,000 fireworks will illuminate the Strip skyline as revelers enjoy Las Vegas’ recurring New Year’s Eve bash.
An expected 330,000 people’s worth of trash. Estimates were not available Monday, but the cleanup to ring in 2017 gathered more than 12 tons of garbage.
With Nevada National Guard troops and Las Vegas police observing, New Year’s Eve looked a lot like another New Year’s Eve in Las Vegas.
The Fremont Street Experience may not have the dramatic fireworks that cap the New Year’s Eve celebration on the Strip, but the party still rocks.
More than 300 Nevada National Guard troops joined the FBI and the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department to keep watch Sunday night as Las Vegas brought in the new year.