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Downtown Rocks 2024 FREE Concert Series

Get ready to rock your summer in downtown Las Vegas with the Fremont Street Experience’s Downtown Rocks Free Concert Lineup! This epic concert series kicks off on May 25th with an amazing lineup of renowned bands including Seether, Hoobastank, Soul Asylum, Boys Like Girls, Chris Janson, Sebastian Bach, and Common Kings. The free concert series will continue through the fall with even more legendary bands spanning multiple decades and genres, including Joe Nichols and Sublime with Rome. Also, keep your ear to the ground because later in the year we will announce more, even more, exciting legendary performers!

Join us for the ultimate free entertainment experience in downtown Las Vegas!

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SlotZilla is truly one of the most unique thrill rides in the world.  Launching from the world’s largest slot machine you will be flying up to 35 miles per hour under the longest digital screen in the world, Viva Vision. As you take flight you will be traveling over the original Las Vegas strip zooming by some of the most iconic and legendary casinos in the history of Las Vegas dating back to 1906.

Things To See

Neon Museum

One-of-a-Kind History

Take a stroll through Las Vegas history at this outdoor museum dedicated to saving and preserving vintage neon signs. The Neon Museum hosts guided tours through the Neon Boneyard, an incredible collection of retired neon signs, many of them from gone-but-not-forgotten downtown casinos. Visit the Website.

Largest Sportsbook Screen in History

At Circa, you can enjoy 3 levels of sports betting action taking place on a 78-million-pixel high-definition screen, while receiving some of the friendliest sportsbook customer service in town. The sportsbook also features VSiN’s very own on-site studio offering bettors in-depth analysis from experts in the field. Visit Circa’s Sportsbook.

Rub Happy Buddha’s Belly

Get Lucky In Las Vegas

Everyone could use some luck in Las Vegas. Make sure to rub the Happy Buddha’s belly at The California Hotel & Casino. The statue can be found in the hotel’s registration area. By the way, coins left at the statue are collected and donated to charity.

While you’re at The Cal, try the oxtail soup at Market Street Café. We hear it makes a great hangover cure. Learn More

World’s Largest Keno Board at The D

Everything’s bigger in Las Vegas

See your numbers as they’re drawn with this live feed of a classic Vegas casino game. The board shows live keno games as they unfold in the casino’s second floor keno lounge. Stop by The D Las Vegas to play.

Mob Museum

Mob Museum


The Mob Museum, officially the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, is simply the best museum in the world. The stories, the artifacts, the interactive exhibits. Downtown’s Mob Museum a downtown Vegas must-do. Learn more.

Berlin Wall at Main Street Station

A little piece of history

Inside the men’s restroom at Main Street Station, there’s a huge slab of the Berlin Wall. Yes, that Berlin Wall. Women can ask to be escorted in by security to see this surprising curiosity, too.

It’s a hidden gem in hotel with dozens of antiques and curiosities from around the world. Stop by the registration desk for a brochure listing all the antiques around the hotel.

Fremont Dice Club at Fremont Casino

Hot Rolls

If you’re into craps, check out the Fremont Dice Club at Fremont Casino in downtown Las Vegas. Plaques immortalize the names of players who have had hot rolls on the hotel’s craps tables. There’s another wall of plaques at the Fremont’s sister hotel, the nearby California Hotel & Casino.

How serious is the Fremont about craps? It’s the only casino we know of that has a roll counter on its craps tables to track the hot rolls for posterity. Love it!

Historic Artifacts at Golden Gate

See how it all began

The Golden Gate Hotel & Casino opened in 1906, so there’s a lot of history in this still vibrant casino. Near the hotel’s registration desk, check out the little known artifacts on display, including gaming ledgers from the early 1900s, vintage chip racks and more curiosities from the early day of Sin City.

Shark Tank at Golden Nugget

Swim with the sharks (not really)

The Golden Nugget’s $30 million pool is an absolute stunner, not to mention an incredible feat of engineering. The Tank features a 200,000 gallon shark tank visitors can experience at a distance or up close by riding the pool’s three story water slide.

Dive into the official Golden Nugget site for more information.

Vegas Vic

Howdy Podner

Vegas Vic (originally commissioned as a cartoon character by the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce in 1947) was erected on the exterior of The Pioneer Club (now a gift shop) in 1951. Learn more about Vegas Vic.

Fremont East Entertainment District

Downtown Vibes

Downtown’s vibrant restaurant and bar scene make Fremont East a great way to spend an evening on the town in Las Vegas. Some best bets for restaurants are La Comida and Le Thai, and no visit to Fremont East would be complete without a stop at Commonwealth, Therapy restaurant, Flippin’ Good Burgers & Shakes or Downtown Cocktail Room.

Learn more at the official Fremont East Entertainment District site.

Banger Brewing Tour


Launched by five childhood friends, Banger Brewing is a homegrown micro-brewery right on Fremont Street, near the base of the SlotZilla zip line tower. Tours are a must-try for lovers of craft beer, and even those who aren’t (yet). Check the official Banger Brewing site for tour times.

Free Photo with Binion’s Million Dollar Display
Strike it rich

Taking a FREE photo with one million dollars has been a trademark of Binion’s since 1954. Well, the display is back and better than ever. The process couldn’t be easier. Simply stand behind a pyramid of one million dollars with a backdrop of Fremont Street, smile and push the button to take your photo. You can then send your million dollar photo to your e-mail address or mobile device. Guests 21-years and older are welcome to take their FREE photo and the display is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.