Las Vegas Casinos Made Their New Year’s Eve Plans Public

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Fremont Street Experience won’t host any live music or entertainment on New Year’s Eve, according to an announcement made on its website. Also, that the New Year revelers will have to follow strict security regulations due to pandemic. Fremont Street Experience will even charge a fee for security. But there will be fireworks show in another downtown casino.

Fremont Street Experience security measures for New Year’s Eve

Fermont Street Experience will charge a $25 security fee from revelers but only people of 21 and above will be allowed in the five-block entertainment district in downtown that constitutes Fermont Street Entertainment. Also, masks are made mandatory and the revelers will be provided wrist bands to enter the street.

Entry will begin at 6 pm with security measures bag checks, ID scans, screening through metal detectors and health assessment at place. Fermont Street Entertainment host fireworks on New Year’s Eve and revelers in a large number flock the five-block entertainment district that constitute Fermont Street for celebrations. But this year, there’ll be no fireworks due to pandemic.

Fireworks at Plaza

The Plaza Hotel and Casino will launch fireworks from its south tower on December 31. Located on the Main Street at the western end of Fermont Street, Plaza stands over the now-demolished passenger train station.

Plaza CEO Jonathan and Circa Resort CEO Derek Stevens witnessed fireworks display at the Plaza in September. And Stevens tweeted a video of the fireworks.

New Year Eve at Circa

Located at Main Streets across from the Plaza, Circa is an adult-only new resort recently opened its gaming areas in a grand opening on October 28. And it plans making rooms available after Christmas celebrations.

Also, it will host a “Countdown To New Year’s Eve” on December 31. It will be a special to air show starting at 8:59 pm and will be broadcasted on KLAS-TV and other CBS affiliates in the West.

New Year shopping

The El Cortez Hotel and Casinos in downtown Las Vegas will host sale of sections of floral carpeting of the gaming area that it renovated this fall. A part of the hotel since 2007, the carpet holds a nostalgic appeal to collectors that value Las Vegas items. The floral carpet is divided into 16-inch-by-16-inch squares with each piece priced at $19. The sale will start on January 1 in the gift shop.


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