Freemont Street is old-school Las Vegas. As the strip was being built five miles away, people began avoiding this area. The casinos were small and the area was seedy. The counter this, the merchants of Freemont Street designed the “Freemont Street Experience.” This is a 200 yard long roof that covers the original street. Every night on the hour a multi-media show is presented. The entire ceiling becomes a video screen with sound coming from every where. The casino front lights are turned off and people stand still to watch the show.
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The show is in the tube shaped building in the middle of the street.
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