Fireworks lit the New Year’s sky early Monday morning as Las Vegas welcomed 2018.
A crowd of 330,000 visitors filled the Las Vegas Strip and Fremont Street downtown to celebrate the dawn of 2018. The massive outdoor parties unfolded in the shadow of the Oct. 1 mass shooting that left 58 people dead.
A reminder for those heading out to New Year’s Eve parties tonight: The Strip and the roads leading to have closed.
It’s nearly go-time for Las Vegas’ biggest party, welcoming 330,000 out-of-town revelers to celebrate the arrival of the new year on the Las Vegas Strip and downtown.
More than 300 Nevada National Guard troops will be stationed at locations on the Strip, downtown and at McCarran International Airport to provide extra security of New Year’s celebrations in Las Vegas.
Adam Levine and Co. return to town this weekend for a two-night stand at Mandalay Bay Events Center.
The Rape Crisis Center is reminding holiday revelers to stay safe and aware as they head to New Year’s Eve celebrations across the valley.
This New Year’s Eve will mark a first for the Metropolitan Police Department: the first time it will use drones to monitor one of the largest New Year’s gatherings in the United States.
New Year’s Eve Junkanoo Jam starts at 9 p.m.
New Year’s Eve in Las Vegas isn’t complete with fireworks display.
Lil Jon headlines at Jewel Nightclub’s party.
Snipers and spotters will be part of an increased Las Vegas police presence keeping watch over New Year’s Eve festivities this weekend.
If you want to start your New Year’s Eve celebration early — and/or make it last all evening — you can do it with the twice-in-one-night celebrations planned at two local bearers of the U.K. spirit.
The best, last-minute deals for three nights in Las Vegas for the New Year holiday will cost more than $500, according to Booking.com and hotel websites.
There may be fewer people visiting Las Vegas to ring in the new year, but expect to see the same round of road closures to make way for large-scale celebrations.