Fremont Street Experience is the best place to enjoy free, live music in Las Vegas!
Fremont Street has three stages, and a rotating schedule of non-stop talent performing music from just about every musical genre you can imagine.
The party atmosphere of the Fremont Street Experience means you can let loose, enjoy great performances and dance like nobody’s watching.
The live music ranges from local talent to concerts by international superstars.
With the exception of a few high-profile concerts, the live entertainment is absolutely free. No ticket required. Grab a cocktail, pick your spot and create some musical memories in downtown Las Vegas.
If you are staying downtown on Fremont Street and you don't want to rent a car take the Westcliff Airport Express from McCarran. How to Get From the Las Vegas Airport to Fremont Street for Two Bucks. McCarran International Airport to Fremont Street in the heart of downtown Las Vegas. That’s right, $2 is the full fare for Westcliff Airport Express, also called the WAX bus.
See you on Fremont Street!
Fremont Street Canopy
Enjoy live entertainment, a Viva Vision canopy and light show, zip line tours and people-watching like you've never experienced before in downtown's Fremont Street Experience.
Home to the world's largest projection screen, the Viva Vision canopy is 90 feet above the ground and spans 1,500 feet in length, roughly the size of five football fields. Featuring more than 12 million LED modules and a 555,000-watt sound system, the light shows run every hour and last about six minutes each. But these aren't the only free shows you'll see, especially after dark.
Each night, there is live entertainment scheduled for each of the three concert stages. While there is a multitude of talent like musicians, artists and contortionists, with the pretty cool comes the pretty heinous. Prepare yourself for a jaw-dropping experience where the people-watching is uniquely interactive, and the alcoholically-lubricated crowd is usually massive and a bit rowdy. Keep in mind that many of them have left even their loosest morals at home.
The Golden Nugget52 Fridays
The Golden Nugget presents a 52 Fridays Concert Series with a variety of entertainment performing Friday nights! From Grammy award winning artists and legendary tribute bands to Country Music Hall of Famers, epic classic rock bands, R&B songstresses, and all-star comedians, enjoy a diverse lineup of talent across the decades. Stay tuned as great acts are added throughout the year. Experience Classic Vegas with a Modern Twist. Head for the Golden Nugget this Friday.
The Golden Nugget overlooks the Fremont Street Experience, this classic Downtown Casino Hotel opened in 1946 and is a 6-minute walk from the Old Court House, now Mob Museum, home to many of its past guests. The Golden Nugget location offers easy access from the Fremont Street Experience to it’s great restaurants that includes, the don’t miss, Grotto Ristorante, offering Great Neapolitan-influenced Italian dishes. The Golden Nugget offers other fine restaurants and attractions including a Shark Tank.
Shark Tank at The Golden Nugget
A behind-the-scenes tour conducted by Golden Nugget staff marine biologists shows you the inner workings of their incredible 200,000 gallon Las Vegas shark aquarium. Learn what sharks and fish dine on and how the feeding process works. You’ll even go home with a souvenir shark tooth! Don’t miss your chance to experience this unique and interesting tour that’s fun for the whole family.
The Mob Museum
The National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, debuted its major first-floor renovation, which includes a brand-new exhibition space called Organized Crime Today, focusing on the modernization and evolution of organized crime in the present day. Two new experiential spaces include the Use of Force Training Experience and Crime Lab, which join the Museum’s already robust experiential platform, focusing on methods employed by law enforcement to apprehend and prosecute criminals and their organizations. These new exhibits and experiences represent the first phase of the Museum’s largest capital improvement project since opening on February 14, 2012. The final phase of the Museum’s renovation and expansion will be completed this April with the opening of the enhanced Prohibition history exhibition, The Underground, which will include a working speakeasy and distillery. A must see to complete any Las Vegas Visit!