A walk down Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas is a stroll through the ephemeral, the immediate now with buskers at established performing circles demand attention and offer varying qualities of music and photo opportunities.
Contrasted to the rest of the southwest and rural Nevada, Fremont Street is loud. The canopy lights up at night with shows designed to create neck cramps among the passerbys.
While there is a lot to see and do here, a few of our favorites:
In the process of becoming a Taco Bell and Wahlburgers, the first air-conditioned building in Las Vegas was originally a movie theater. In later years it became a tourist gift shop featuring self-described Indian souvenirs.
— Brian Loftus (@BrianLoftus8) March 13, 2018
— Ron Mader (@ronmader) March 2, 2018
Also of note:
The D has the Sigma Derby game
Opening in 2020
To Vegas, we bring… pic.twitter.com/PPa8Jeiifb
— Circa Las Vegas (@CircaLasVegas) January 11, 2019