Fremont Street Experience is the best place to enjoy free, live music anywhere in Las Vegas! We have three stages, with a rotating schedule of non-stop talent each and every night! Add the world’s largest digital display, Viva Vision, and you have one incredible place to have an unforgettable time in Las Vegas.
Fremont Street Experience is the best place to enjoy FREE, live music in Las Vegas! We’re so excited to have you back after the events of this past year. Come on down and enjoy yourself on our clean, safe and fun open-air street mall.
We’ve got three stages, and a rotating schedule of non-stop talent performing music from just about every musical genre you can imagine.
A highlight of our free entertainment offerings is the Downtown Rocks concert series. Each year, we put together a stellar line-up of some of the most recognizable names in music.
The party atmosphere of Fremont Street Experience means you can let loose, enjoy great performances and dance like nobody’s watching.
Our live music ranges from local talent to concerts by international superstars.
With the exception of New Year’s Eve, our live entertainment is absolutely free. No ticket required. Grab a cocktail, pick your spot and create some musical memories in downtown Las Vegas.
Get started by taking a look at our ever-changing Calendar of Events and see you on Fremont Street!
If you’re looking for a place to park downtown, consider our Fremont Street Experience parking. Learn more.
Fremont Street Experience Nightly House Bands
Authentic 80’s hair metal
“Pour Some Sugar On Me” – Def Leppard
“Sweet Child O’ Mine” – Guns N’ Roses
“Rock You Like A Hurricane” – Scorpions
“Living On A Prayer” – Bon Jovi
Rock n roll from classics to modern and everything in between
“Hotel California” – The Eagles
“My Own Worst Enemy” – Lit
“Slide” – Goo Goo Dolls
“Summer of 69” – Bryan Adams
Tony Marques Band
Country music with a rockin’ twist
“She’s Country” – Jason Aldean
“Ain’t Going Down (‘Til The Sun Comes Up)” – Garth Brooks
“Chicken Fried” – Zac Brown Band
“Footloose” – Kenny Loggins