The Fremont Street Experience will remain open on New Year’s Eve with limited activity.
               The Entertainment district will act as a pedestrian walkway to those 21 and over Thursday evening. Those who want access to the area and its hotel-casinos from 6 p.m. on will be charged $25 for a security fee wristband, and will be required to go through security screening.
               The Fremont St walkway will reopen at 6 p.m. for those with a wristband or staying at the hotels along the Fremont Street Experience. There will be no live entertainment or bands, but the SlotZilla zoom-line will run between 6 p.m. and 2 a.m., according to the Fremont Street Experience’s website.

                The Plaza hotel-casino, located on Main Street, is set to have a firework’s show off its rooftop to celebrate the new year. The display will be broadcast on local television, and there will not be any public viewing areas for the show.
                Security measures include a clear bag policy, bag checks, ID scans, screening through metal detectors and COVID assessment.
It’s unclear how many visitors will be allowed into Fremont Street Experience on Thursday evening. Current state COVID-19 restrictions prohibit gatherings to 50 people or 25 percent capacity, whichever number is lower.

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