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There is nothing like seeing it in person
Take in a spectacular show of thoughtfully interwoven water, music and light designed to mesmerize. It is the most ambitious, choreographically complex water feature ever conceived and it’s absolutely free for any visitor to enjoy. Each performance is unique in expression and interpretation so no matter how many times you have seen the Fountains, they always have more in store.
Behind the scenes tour
Enjoy Inside Access to The Beatles LOVE and learn about the show’s technical elements such as: automation, audio, projections, lighting, rigging, and some of the show’s props and wardrobe.
Join the party in Downtown Vegas
Fremont Street Experience is a seven-block entertainment district in historic downtown Las Vegas with an extensive schedule of live concerts and entertainment on three stages. The centerpiece of Fremont Street Experience is Viva Vision, the world’s largest video screen. The Viva Vision screen is 1,500 feet long, 90 feet wide and is suspended 90 feet above the pedestrian mall below.
Watch them practice
All practices are free and open to the public. The Vegas Golden Nights practice most days at City National Arena, the official NHL practice facility in Las Vegas. The schedule changes regularly but most days open public skate starts right after the Golden Knights practice.
A world-class consumer research facility
The CBS Television City Research Center gives you the chance to be part of the network’s decision-making by viewing and rating shows that have not aired yet, and other television programs they need input on. Before the screening begins, viewers go to one of four studios to watch the latest offerings from CBS, MTV, Nickelodeon and other Viacom networks. You are then instructed on how to use the tablets to register your opinion.
Cornhole tournament
On select Monday nights, Grab a friend and compete to be one of the top two teams for a chance to win prizes ranging from Topgolf VIP experiences, professional football league jerseys, YETI coolers and more. Each tournament will be hosted by Steph Mackenzie from 97.1 The Point, one of Vegas’ top radio stations.
The TV show Pawn Stars is filmed here
These are the guys behind the hit TV show Pawn Stars. It's a fully operational 24hr pawn shop and has been open in Downtown Las Vegas since 1989. The show is still being filmed and there is a chance you may see some action. Aside from the TV show they have a great collection of antiques, memorabilia, jewelry, and more to look at or purchase.
Fun impersonator show
Performing inside The Piano Bar, Pete Vallee stars as Big Elvis in this classic Las Vegas impersonator show. Watch as he performs all the Elvis hits, other popular tunes spanning six decades, takes song requests and invites people to participate.
A historic landmark
The Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign is a Las Vegas landmark and one of the most iconic signs in the world. The 25-foot-tall sign is located in the median of Las Vegas Boulevard just south of Mandalay Bay and is a great place to take a photo or video during the day or night.
Complimentary Theatre Experience
Get an up-close behind the scenes look at how the KÀ team combines awe-inspiring artistry with one-of-a-kind technology to create this 165 million dollar production.

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