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Downtown Party Place

Discussion in 'Downtown Hotels & Casinos' started by ninerzfan, Jan 30, 2013.

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  1. ninerzfan

    ninerzfan Newbie

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    Taking my son and nephew to Fremont Street April 11th thru the 15th to celebrate their 21st birthdays along with around 40 or so friends we are all staying at Four Queens or Golden Gate not sure yet! looking for feedback on where to celebrate. Some place where the kids can dance and the elders can get there drink on like a club on the strip without the strip hassle. Also which hotel is better suited for a party crowd!!!!!!
     
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    The best parties on Fremont are out on the street. Each night there will be bands on the different stages. And, even bigger and better bands are brought in on the weekends. Alcohol is sold right on the street. And, there are several outdoor beer gardens/patios to choose from.

    I think the kids might enjoy the young female DJ that performs/dances at the Main Street stage (right by the Plaza). She's called DJ Lady GoGo and I always see youngsters dancing to her playlist.

    For a list of performers and which stage they'll be on go to the Fremont Experience web page and check out the "Entertainment" drop down menu. You can then see the monthly calendar and click on a particular date. And, the first week of each month they post a PDF ("download schedule") of all the bands playing that month so you can print it out and take it with you.

    Bill
     
  3. gpenguins67

    gpenguins67 High-Roller

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    The D has loud music and a party atmosphere for the younger ones and the longbar downstairs is cool. And the older people can go to the second floor "classic" vegas casino if it is too loud downstairs.
    But since there is more party atmosphere and live music closer to golden nugget that might be a central location. Golden Nugget has a party pit and a couple cool bars. Golden Gate is suppossed to have a fun atmosphere as well. I would say don't over think it when downtown. Everything is so close and you can prettymuch find a party anywhere on freemont.
     
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