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Our Spectacularly Useful Fremont Street Experience Stage Map

June 2, 2014

Here’s our cheat sheet when we’re trying to remember which stage is which at Fremont Street Experience.

Our shows take place on one of three stages; Main Street Stage (near Golden Gate), 1st Street Stage (near Binion’s) and 3rd Street Stage (near Fremont, Four Queens and The D).

Fremont Street Experience stage map
We thought about having this map tattooed to our thigh, but determined we could also just print it out and keep it in our glove compartment, so we went with that.

Make sure to check our event calendar often for the latest free shows.

If maps aren’t your thing, we snapped some pics of the stages to help in your quest to be entertained.

This is the 3rd Street Stage, again, between The D Las Vegas and Four Queens.

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This is the 1st Street Stage, right next to Binion’s and across from the Golden Nugget.

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This is the Main Street Stage, just outside Golden Gate.

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We’ll see you on Fremont Street!

50 Responses

  1. Gene says:

    For my money,80′s Station band is the best cover band on FSE.

  2. Diane says:

    I am trying to find the name of a band that played on the 3rd St stage on June 4th. They played right after the electric cello guys and put on a great show and would love to see them again. Can you help?

  3. Jeff says:

    Which stage will Papa Roach, P.O.D., and Lit perform? I’ve never been to Vegas and don’t know how this event is usually planned. Thanks for your input.

    • sroeben says:

      That July 4 concert will be on our 3rd Street stage, next to The D and Four Queens, in the center of the Fremont Street Experience canopy.

  4. Leha says:

    Is Seether on Aug. 9 an over 18 (or 21) show?

    • sroeben says:

      Nope, usual rules apply on that one. It is going to be a crowded, hard rock experience, though, so common sense prevails.

  5. Tina says:

    What stage will Seether be playing on?

  6. Chris P says:

    What stage and time will Local H be playing on 8-30-14. There are 4 bands listed and the time is listed from 9-10pm?

    • sroeben says:

      Thanks for asking, Chris. The evening tends to break down into increments like this: 9:15 p.m. – 9:40 p.m.; 10:00 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.; 10:50 p.m. – 11:25 p.m.; 11:50 p.m. – 12:30 a.m. There are still some pieces being moved around at the moment, so stay tuned for an update. The stage is our 1st Street stage.

  7. Joey B says:

    Hi there! Who does one contact about booking opportunities for the Fremont Street stages? I would like to contact them regarding Lazy Bonez and the Amazing 80′s Rock Show.
    Thanks!
    Joey B

  8. Robert says:

    FREMONT STREET ROCKS!!
    I moved to Vegas 5 years ago and have been coming down to Fremont almost every weekend. Really like the Holliday bands(Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas)
    The Free concerts that go on are crazy!
    PLEASE!!!! keep up the great job and hope to see some new bands this year and next!
    Thanks much!

  9. Terrie says:

    Coming to Fremont for Halloween. What bands will be playing? We usually stay on the strip but wanted to try something new.

    • sroeben says:

      The bands haven’t been firmed up yet, but we’ll get the information out as quickly as possible. Make sure to check our calendar of events as that has the most up-to-date information.

  10. Crystal says:

    Who is playing the 15th, 16th, and 17th of September? Last year I saw THE BEST cover band in July (sorry I don’t remember the date). This year we are going in September and there is no way I’m missing the Fremont band experience!

  11. Lou says:

    Coming to Vegas from the UK for the 14th year running. We prefer downtown due to the usual classic rock entertainment. There seems to be no rock bands listed like previous years? who will be playing over bikefest Weekend? 1-4 Oct please?

    • sroeben says:

      Hasn’t been firmed up yet, sorry! The line-up is likely to include tribute bands, though, featuring classic rock, as you mentioned.

      • Lou says:

        THANK YOU ! Can’t wait !! Would be so sorry to see the classic rock element go. Rock of Vegas was the best !! You also had a Guns and Roses and Poison, oh and ACDC tribute bands a couple of years ago too and they were AMAZING!! Please don’t replace all stages with DJ’s throughout the strip (unless they’re playing the classic rock!) save us a little space in paradise. Never been to any place that does it better – hence the 14th trip :-). We always come downtown now, total converts from the strip :-) SEE YOU SOON !!

        • Lou says:

          THANK YOU ! No apologies necessary!! Knowing there will be the bands is suffice. Would be so sorry to see the classic rock element go. Rock of Vegas was the best !! You also had a Guns and Roses and Poison, oh and ACDC tribute bands a couple of years ago too and they were AMAZING!! Please don’t replace all stages with DJ’s throughout the street(unless they’re playing the classic rock!) save us a little space in paradise. Never been to any place that does it better – hence the 14th trip :-). We always come downtown now, total converts from the strip SEE YOU SOON !! Can’t wait !!

  12. Tom Portel says:

    Who is the young DJ lady (petite blond) who starts out most nites on the 3rd St stage? Great dancing and music. I believe she said her name was Jasmine and she has a website? Thanks.

  13. Sophie says:

    When will Wonderboogie be performing again. I love their act.

  14. Dale says:

    We always go to Fremont when we’re in town. Why not, the most (Party) bang for your buck. Great entertainment. The live music rocks!!!! Told lots of friends to check out Fremont when in Vegas. They love it. Lots of converts here too! See you guys real soon.

  15. mike says:

    hello!
    i will be in downtown 10-27-31-2014
    which dates are the quietest? first
    timer to vegas would just like to
    walk around and take in the sites.

    thanks mike

  16. Rob B says:

    are there sports books around fremont street? what would entice the 20-30 year olds to spend time here and not the newer parts of Vegas?

    • sroeben says:

      There are several sports books downtown, including Golden Nugget, The D, Fremont, and a shared sports book at The Cal and Main Street, and others. Downtown is a giant street party, so visitors 20-30 find it as much fun as people of other ages. Downtown isn’t really a nightclubby sort of destination, at least not the kind you find on The Strip–it’s unpretentious, and you’d be hard-pressed to fine anyone selling a bottle of liquor and a table for $400 downtown. People of all ages love the free entertainment downtown, and the value to be found. Hope that helps!

    • Scott says:

      Best spot to party in Vegas! Friendly people, great music, fun casinos and no walking a mile from one casino to the other. We barely even hit the strip on trips anymore!

  17. kevin says:

    I would like to know why the band (Arena) will not be playing Fremont anymore? It’s soo sad to see them go

    • sroeben says:

      The band informed us they won’t be playing at Fremont Street Experience after Oct. 31, 2014. They had a great run with us, though!

  18. Capt Frank says:

    Will Fremont Street be open on Oct 23rd, or will the Life is Beautiful fest have it shut down?

  19. marilyn says:

    what times are the electric street shows on 11-11

  20. Chris says:

    Will there be live bands on Nov 21-23? Since there are non listed, I’m assuming you just don’t know yet? Trying to plan what day to come down as we are only in for a short period. To bad about ARENA, they rocked that street.

  21. Debbie says:

    Will be going down 12/28 — will there still be live entertainment outside? Especially Elvis

  22. Scott says:

    Wondering when you will have the bands listed for NFR/Country Week (specifically Dec 7-10)? Had such a blast with the music last year downtown!!

  23. carlos says:

    how much is it to perform on a stage?

  24. Scott R says:

    when will we see more production shows from “Face Productions” ??? the shows they put together in the past were terrific! the show “Rock candy: sticky sweet” was great! I moved to Las Vegas in 2007 and have been watching the Fremont street experience evolve, getting better and better every year except last summer, when they took the March “Hardwood hotties” show and streched it out to all summer long, its even still playing now in december, don’t get me wrong, its a very good show but we need something more and several of the performers in that show are capable of SO MUCH MORE than they are doing now. Most of the music and bands playing this past summer seemed to be aimed at the young crowd, 20′s and early 30′s, don’t forget that a large percentage of of both tourists and locals that go to FSE every night are in their 40′s, 50′s, and 60′s!!! its needs more bands and production shows catering to these age groups, classic rock and music in general from the late 1960′s to the early 1990′s. Give Face Productions a bigger budget and more stage time to work with, they will come through with World class entertainment, the best that Las Vegas has to offer, which will draw huge crowds to downtown, both locals AND tourists, all of whom will be bringing their MONEY with them!!!

    • sroeben says:

      We appreciate the feedback! We try to have a variety of entertainment, but we’re always open to new ideas. Thanks for taking the time to let us know what you think.

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