NYE in Downtown Las Vegas

New Year’s Eve FAQ

Get Tickets (Must Be 21)

1. How much are the tickets?

Early Bird/Pre-Sale tickets are $35 (plus processing fee and tax)

    • All tickets sold at Gate locations are Credit Card ONLY
    • Cash and Credit Card sales will be located only at the Slotzilla ticket office

2. Where can I purchase tickets?

Through Dec. 25

Online only at VegasExperience.com

Dec 26- Dec 30

    • Online at VegasExperience.com.
    • Onsite at Fremont Street Experience hotel properties.

Fremont Street Experience participating hotel properties are: Cash/Credit

    • Golden Gate Hotel & Casino, Circa Hotel & Casino, Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino, Binions Gambling Hall, Four Queens Hotel & Casino, The Fremont Hotel & Casino, The California Hotel & Casino, Main Street Station, The D Hotel & Casino.
    • The Slotzilla ticket office. Cash/Credit Card

Slotzilla ticket office location: 4th Street & Fremont Street (next to Walgreens)

On December 31st

All hotel properties listed above, Slotzilla ticket office and at all gates

Gates locations: NOTE: ALL Gates are Credit Card ONLY

    • 4th Street & Fremont Street;
    • 3rd Street & Ogden (next to Fremont Hotel & Casino);
    • 1st Street & Ogden (next to Circa Hotel & Casino)
    • Main Street (Next to Golden Gate Hotel & Casino & Main Street)

3. What should I do if I did not get a confirmation after purchasing my ticket?

Check your spam/junk folder for an email from noreply@vegasexperience.com. Your order can also be looked up in the box office.

4. Is there an age limit?

Guests must be 21 or older. No one under 21 will be allowed in, even if they are accompanied by someone 21 and over.

5. Will the SlotZilla Zipline ride be open on NYE?

Yes. A “Fly into the New Year” package including entry ticket to the NYE party and flight on the Super-Zoom line will be available shortly. check back here for latest information

6. Can I still access the hotels and casinos?

Yes, as long as you have your FSE entry wristband on.

7. When do gates open and entertainment begin for the New Year’s Eve Party?

6PM.  For event opening time and entertainment schedule check back here for latest information.

8. If I Ieave the party, can I come back in?

Yes, but you will need to go through security screening checkpoint once again.

9. Does my ticket include drinks?

No, but there are plenty of bars along Fremont Street to purchase drinks. (Please visit VegasExperience.com for information about our partner properties.)

10. Can I bring a bag into the event?

A small purse is ok, but it cannot be larger than 6 inches by 12 inches. See our website vegasexperience.com for more information on the “Clear Bag Policy

11. If I already purchased my tickets online, where can I pick up my wristbands?

You can pick up your wristbands at all gate locations – enter through the will call entrance specifically for wristband pickup.

    • Slotzilla ticket office location: 4th Street & Fremont Street (next to Walgreens)
    • 4th Street & Fremont Street;
    • 3rd Street & Ogden (next to Fremont Hotel & Casino);
    • 1st Street & Ogden (next to Circa Hotel & Casino)
    • Main Street (Next to Golden Gate Hotel & Casino & Main Street)

12. What proof do I need in order to pick up my wristband?

You will need a valid state issued ID.

13. Are there restrictions on what I can bring into the event?

Yes. No strollers, no packaged beverages, no coolers, no chairs, no backpacks/luggage/bags, no costume masks, no weapons- real or fake, no glass/aluminum. Also, no amplified sound or signs of any kind will be permitted.

14. Are there any special discounts or offers for the NYE event?

No

15. Does Uber and Lyft have an area for drop/off and pick up on Fremont Street Experience?

Yes the two locations are located on the corners of 4th Street & Fremont Street and 1st Street & Fremont Street

16. What equipment is allowed for those with mobility issues?

Walker chairs are allowed
Wheelchairs are allowed

Fremont Street Experience is 100% compliant with all ADA regulations. People with mobility, circulatory, respiratory, or neurological disabilities are allowed to use devices for mobility this includes walkers, canes, crutches, or braces, manual or power wheelchairs, or electric scooters.

Get Tickets (Must Be 21)