If you're looking for something a little different, head to this ear-splitting, eye-popping show that takes place on the underside of a 1,450-foot arched canopy 90 feet overhead. The 12.5 million synchronized LED modules, 180 strobes, and eight robotic mirrors per block treat your eyes, while the 208 speakers combine for 550,000 watts of fun for your ears. The shows play five to seven times a night depending on the time of year and the six-minute presentations change regularly. At street-level, "entertainment" includes everything from break-dancers to people in furry mascot costumes.
May 17, 2011
My memory of the Experience was better than going a second time. First, the time on the website was wrong, so we were an hour early. The neon on some of the old casinos and displays is interesting, but otherwise the street is rather bland with questionable people hanging around. People are ziplining overhead during the light show. The show lasted less than 10 minutes with the commercial. Not worth the cost of parking and waiting. Only go if
you are checking out the entire neighborhood and older casinos.
Nov 19, 2008
For light shows and such in the Downtown area, this is pretty much it. Not bad, but doesn't compare to the most impressive of The Strip's outdoor showpieces. Pretty short in duration as well.