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Viva Vision Fremont Street Experience Las Vegas

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Viva Vision Fremont Street Experience
425 Fremont St
Las Vegas
NV
89101
Tel: 702 678 5777

Where are we going today?

The Viva Vision performances at the Fremont Street Experience in Vegas is a free series of shows and attractions with features including the biggest screen on the planet, stages, performance areas and more, with eye popping effects and concert level musical revues.

It is hugely stimulating, and may be a bit much for younger kids, the bonus of it being free of course is that you can give it a go and walk away without loss if it doesn't suit your group. There are also roving street performers so its possible to get a taste full experience which sticking to the periphery.

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How much does it cost?

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  • ChildrenFree!
LAST UPDATED 2014

When can we go?

Nightly on the hour beginning at dusk.

I'm Hungry!

Over 60 restaurants in the Fremont Street area..

Any Top Tips?

Surrounded by fairly adult area, still family suitable but there is plenty of drinking and gambling about..

What people are saying?

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    How some things in Vegas change and some (thankfully) don't.

    The Freemont Street Street Experience is always a good time and I highly reccomend it for anyone who is visiting Las Vegas. It's just one of those things you have to see while in Vegas. The street show runs every night, above Freemont Street, each hour, on the hour.

    Really a neat thing to see. Most everyone you meet on Freemont is quite nice, if a bit inebriated. It's also one of the best places out West to go people-watching. You will always see a veritable cast of characters coming...Read More

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    The light show array cools half of the street during the day and then turns back the night with it later. One of a kind experience, go gamble, then zipline superman-style, watch free shows around three stages along its length. All the Casinos are so elaborately decorated, and all the signboards hanging in the air are so reminiscent of old Las Vegas, opposed to the glamorous feats of engineering on view at Las Vegas Strip.

    Under Slotzilla's huge zipline tower are a variety of restaurants and businesses to check out. It keeps going on, down the...Read More

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    6/18/13

    MY FAVORITE!

    When my husband and I travelled to Vegas together for the first time I was literally shocked he didn't know about the downtown. Fremont is my favorite! The Fremont Street Experience is free, fun, and very memorable. Plus, when the screen isn't playing its show up above, you can look around you and there are costumed "celebrities" EVERYWHERE. If you don't want to tip them to take a picture together, try a perfectly aimed "selfie" with them in the deliberate background.

    Food is good on Fremont. Drinks are cheap. Streets are...Read More

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    This is the coolest place in town. Not only the shade provided by the overhead canopy. But, the open air stores, are reasonably priced. The entertainment is so inviting, the crowds to dance! Have a blast on Slotzilla! The fastest zip line in Vegas!

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    Loved it and the light show! This was my first time and it won't be my last. Fun dancing , characters dressed up, street performers and the famous light show were fun!!!!! My kids are teens so they thoroughly enjoyed themselves! I highly recommend visiting this area especially if you've never been.

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by Cameron K

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How some things in Vegas change and some (thankfully) don't.

The Freemont Street Street Experience is always a good time and I highly reccomend it for anyone who is visiting Las Vegas. It's just one of those things you have to see while in Vegas. The street show runs every night, above Freemont Street, each hour, on the hour.

Really a neat thing to see. Most everyone you meet on Freemont is quite nice, if a bit inebriated. It's also one of the best places out West to go people-watching. You will always see a veritable cast of characters coming out of the woodwork after the sun goes down.

Though you don't see them that much, the cops are around there, so it's pretty safe.

Lots of clubs, casinos and shops up and down Freemont.

During the day, you'll see the living statues...always a hoot.

by Scott Gerstner

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The light show array cools half of the street during the day and then turns back the night with it later. One of a kind experience, go gamble, then zipline superman-style, watch free shows around three stages along its length. All the Casinos are so elaborately decorated, and all the signboards hanging in the air are so reminiscent of old Las Vegas, opposed to the glamorous feats of engineering on view at Las Vegas Strip.

Under Slotzilla's huge zipline tower are a variety of restaurants and businesses to check out. It keeps going on, down the street past the Griffin bar and Abbey Road, to the old Medical Arts building that has been transformed into an art studio building. The artists and the manager are friendly. It's behind the coffee bar, across from the records area. Nice experience and cool way to cool off from the summer heat outside.

by Amy Palmer

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6/18/13

MY FAVORITE!

When my husband and I travelled to Vegas together for the first time I was literally shocked he didn't know about the downtown. Fremont is my favorite! The Fremont Street Experience is free, fun, and very memorable. Plus, when the screen isn't playing its show up above, you can look around you and there are costumed "celebrities" EVERYWHERE. If you don't want to tip them to take a picture together, try a perfectly aimed "selfie" with them in the deliberate background.

Food is good on Fremont. Drinks are cheap. Streets are packed. There are stages with live performances, zip lines, and I even saw a motorcycle ball of death once. ONe of the greatest things I've ever seen live! Plus, this area is rich with history. I've only stayed in a downtown hotel a couple times. Stay on the strip, but take a cab to Fremont and enjoy the experience.

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