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Las Vegas New Years Eve – 2019 – Best shows, concerts, events & parties.
What better place to ring in the New Year than the party capital of the world then Las Vegas?
Las Vegas throws what is, by most accounts, one of the nation’s largest New Year’s Eve celebrations.
More than 400,000 people are projected to ring in 2019 on the Las Vegas Strip, which is closed to traffic from Russell Road to Sahara Avenue beginning at 6 p.m., from Mandalay Bay to the Stratosphere. This three-mile stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard turns into what could only be described as the world’s largest street party, complete with fireworks and noisemakers.

Vegas clubs host the world’s hottest DJs.
The Stratosphere Tower parties feature fabulous views of the Las Vegas Valley and the midnight fireworks. We have several parties to choose from with open bars, DJ entertainment, delicious food, go-go dancers and party favors.
Here are the events going on here in Las Vegas this New Year’s Eve – Saturday, December 31, 2019.
Book early. Hotel rooms sell out early and prices can soar for the holiday, so make sure to book your room as soon as possible to get the best prices and your first choice of accommodation

Welcome to Las Vegas New Years Eve 2019.

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    Las Vegas New Years Eve 2019 – Fireworks spectacular

    The magic happens at midnight, when an elaborate fireworks show launches from the rooftops of seven resorts on the Strip, including the  Aria, Caesars Palace, MGM Grand, Treasure Island, Planet Hollywood Resort, The Venetian and the Stratosphere.

    For the full, panoramic view of the display, you’ll want to find a spot high up or an area away from the boulevard. 

    The High Roller at The Linq offers a good view, 550Ft above the Las Vegas streets that will be at a standstill for the midnight display.

    Stratosphere tower – New Year’s on the 108th floor.

    For the price of admission, you get a three-hour premium open bar, go-go dancers, party favors, a Champagne toast and admission to the afterparty, hosted by burlesque bombshell Lou Lou Devil. 

    After the midnight fireworks extravaganza, the crowds on the Strip will begin to disperse. The escalators and elevators at pedestrian bridges should be turned back on by 12:15AM.

    Roads around the Strip are expected to reopen about 3:30AM., but this timeline, provided by Las Vegas police, is tentative.

    Barricades on the Strip will begin to come down at 1:30AM., and street sweepers will start on the Boulevard – 2 a.m.

    Several streets will remain open, including  Desert Inn Road, Frank Sinatra Drive, Koval Lane, Sahara Avenue, Mandalay Bay Road, Russell Road and except for ramps to and from the Strip, Interstate 15, the 215 Beltway and U.S. 

    Highway 95 will be open all night.

    The Regional Transportation Commission is offering free bus rides on all fixed routes from 6 p.m. Thursday to 9 a.m. Friday. Check for information about detours around road closures when planning your trip.

    Welcome to Las Vegas New Years Eve! – Best shows, concerts, events & parties.